Ironmongers' Company
   The tenth of the Twelve Great Companies. Incorporated 3 Ed. IV. 1463-4.
   Mentioned as a guild 1330, and an ordinance regulating the trade was issued 29 Ed. I.
   Elections to the Mistery of Ironmongers took place in 1328 (Cal. L. Book E. p. 232).
   There is a book of Orders of the Company of 1498.
   In Stow's time the Ironmongers lived mostly in the parish of St. Dunstan's in the East (p. 136).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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