Former long-standing shops (built as town houses in the early 1800s) make up this pub building, now grade II listed. By the early 1900s, a cabinet-making business was well established here. Later, for nearly 80 years, the premises became a furniture store. It is now named after the coinage hall which stood in the middle of the street from the late 1500s until c1810. Locally mined tin was taken there to be assayed.
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