In good condition as shown in the photos - antique ecclesiastical document with stamps of the Papal States
Rare Papal note - Papal States Pope Pius VI - 25 Roman ecus - Banco di Santo Spirito di Roma - Gentilino stamp - Rome 1786
Document dimensions: Width 20 cm x height 15 cm
Material: antique paper.
In good condition. Express shipping via DHL express courier.
Pope Pius VI (Latin: Pius PP. VI, born Giovanni Angelico or Giannangelo Braschi; Cesena, 25 December 1717 – Valence-sur-Rhône, 29 August 1799) was the 250th bishop of Rome (249th successor of Peter) and Pope of the Catholic Church from the 15 February 1775 to his death.
The Papal States, also known as State of the Church (the latter is the official name until 1815) or Ecclesiastical State, was the entity composed of territories on which the Holy See exerted temporal power from 756 to 1870, more than a thousand years.
Its prestige and influence on the European political theatre saw periods of importance during the millennium of its existence; its international prominence came out of the territorial limits that the historical circumstances had given it in the framework of the Holy Roman Empire, between the Middle Ages and the Modern Age.
The Papal States ended its existence in 1870.
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