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In England, 15th – 16th centuries, a unit of count for kettles = 3.

Examples

21 July [1480]. From the ship of Luke Countman called Bell of Antwerp. ...

Henry Herysbek, A[lien], 1½ C. frying and dripping pans, 1 hanger, 20 fulls of kettles, 1 chest with 8 gross playing-cards, 11 gross small cards, 3 dozen 7 pounds thread, 5 dozen shears, 11 pounds aglets, 200 thimbles, 1 table-cloth, £7 16s. 8 d.

Page 59, entry 176.

21 July. From the ship of Clays Jacobisson called Mary Knyght of Middelburg. ...

Arnold Howell, A[lien]], 2 great and 2 small fulls of kettles, 2 old cloths, 4 pairs of shuttles, 4 pieces canvas containing 108 ells, 36 s. 8d,

Page 64, entry 182.  Both from
H. S. Cobb, editor.
The Overseas Trade of London. Exchequer Customs Accounts 1480-1.
London Record Society, 1990.

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