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*OLD REGIME. More than 90 letters or coins, most of them signed, XIVth-XVIIIth century; a few seals under paper or hanging
on tail; a few Latin coins (qqs stamps Cabinet d'Hozier).

Important set of mandates or receipts signed by secretaries, treasurers, soldiers or craftsmen in the service of the Dukes of Orléans (or future Dukes of Orléans) : Enquerran de Waudancourt (1391), Jehan de Rouvres (1392), Jean Le Flament (1396), Louis de Cepoy (1402), Gilles de Lengres (1402), Jehan du Pont (1421), Guillaume Du Wez (1450), Guille Guéret (1450), Jean Boudet (1479), Pierre Dumoulin (1497), Yvon Bergier (1540), Pierre de Sugères (1568), Philippe de Genneton sieur de La Verrière (1589), etc. Other receipts or letters by Hector de Chartres seigneur d'Ons (1402), Jean Briçonnet (1472), Fr. Ponce Cogordan, s.j. (1574), Jeanne de Gondy, prioress of Poissy (1574),
René du Puy du Fou (1615), Louis de Bérulle lord of Montaiguillon (1665, 1671), Béatrix de Chauviray de Sainte-Marie, superior of the convent and hospital of Charity in Paris (1696), Marie-Armande de Bellefont prioress of Notre-Dame de la Conception in Conflans (1701), Donatien Lemerle de Montpensier (1719), Marguerite Recolène, superior of the Sainte-Famille (1768), Louis-Pierre de Chastenet Count de Puységur (1773), etc. Pass issued by Louis Duke of Vendôme (1703). Evidence of nobility signed by d'Hozier de Sérigny for Louis le Chartreux de Monzerville (1762). Patent of gentleman serving as Louis-Philippe duc d'Orléans (1777). Plus the list of deputies of the Dauphiné of the general assembly in the city of Grenoble in 1615, a carpentry memoir, receipts of salt lifts, legal consultation, private or administrative letters, discharges of annuities and decimals of the clergy, poems, a speech ... Etc.
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*OLD REGIME. More than 90 letters or coins, most of them signed, XIVth-XVIIIth century; a few seals under paper or hanging
on tail; a few Latin coins (qqs stamps Cabinet d'Hozier).

Important set of mandates or receipts signed by secretaries, treasurers, soldiers or craftsmen in the service of the Dukes of Orléans (or future Dukes of Orléans) : Enquerran de Waudancourt (1391), Jehan de Rouvres (1392), Jean Le Flament (1396), Louis de Cepoy (1402), Gilles de Lengres (1402), Jehan du Pont (1421), Guillaume Du Wez (1450), Guille Guéret (1450), Jean Boudet (1479), Pierre Dumoulin (1497), Yvon Bergier (1540), Pierre de Sugères (1568), Philippe de Genneton sieur de La Verrière (1589), etc. Other receipts or letters by Hector de Chartres seigneur d'Ons (1402), Jean Briçonnet (1472), Fr. Ponce Cogordan, s.j. (1574), Jeanne de Gondy, prioress of Poissy (1574),
René du Puy du Fou (1615), Louis de Bérulle lord of Montaiguillon (1665, 1671), Béatrix de Chauviray de Sainte-Marie, superior of the convent and hospital of Charity in Paris (1696), Marie-Armande de Bellefont prioress of Notre-Dame de la Conception in Conflans (1701), Donatien Lemerle de Montpensier (1719), Marguerite Recolène, superior of the Sainte-Famille (1768), Louis-Pierre de Chastenet Count de Puységur (1773), etc. Pass issued by Louis Duke of Vendôme (1703). Evidence of nobility signed by d'Hozier de Sérigny for Louis le Chartreux de Monzerville (1762). Patent of gentleman serving as Louis-Philippe duc d'Orléans (1777). Plus the list of deputies of the Dauphiné of the general assembly in the city of Grenoble in 1615, a carpentry memoir, receipts of salt lifts, legal consultation, private or administrative letters, discharges of annuities and decimals of the clergy, poems, a speech ... Etc.

Estimate 400 - 500 EUR
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France - 75016 Paris