Unique document of 4 pages, both printed and handwritten
|Number of Books:||1|
Official document of the Spanish fleet, granting the ship El Padron permission to dock in the ports of Cádiz and Barcelona in July 1622.
Following the voyages of Columbus, fleets were regularly sent fleets North and Latin America. These ships returned to Spain fully loaded. However, before they were allowed to moor at the major ports and unload and sell their goods, they were inspected for the presence of diseases such as the plague.
This document contains the official approval for the ship El Padron to enter the ports. For each port a new approval was needed, valid for 14 days. The four leaves were sewn together to constitute this unique document.
|Member since:||November 4, 2014|
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Merci beaucoup, toujours aussi IMPECCABLE!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?Beste,
kavel 10 Mary Damniermont vandaag ontvangen doch in een gewone grote enveloppe. Had hier toch enige betere bescherming verwacht! Gelukkig HEEL aangekomen.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?Emballage très soigneux,objet conforme à l'annonce et envoi rapide. Vendeur sérieux recommandable. Merci
Arrived safely, thank you!
tres belle dent merci
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