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*OLD REGIME. About 50 letters or coins, 18th century; various sizes, some partly printed, some wax seals.

Receipt of the "droit de manteau" of the coat rack of the Duchess of Burgundy (1702) ; from Louis XIV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711) ; certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714 ; sale by the Marquise de Fleurigny of her land and seigneury of Passy-sur-Seine to Claude Le Blanc (1720); gift of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Maur-sur-Loire to Martin Maurice de Lossandines, canon of the primatial church of Nancy, by Louis XV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711); certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714; sale by the Marquise de Fleurigny of her land and seigneury
of Passy-sur-Seine to Claude Le Blanc (1720); gift of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Maur-sur-Loire to Martin Maurice de Lossandines, canon of the primatial church of Nancy, by Louis XV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711); certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714., 1729); extract from the registers of the True Language of Provence, signed by the Chevalier de Beauregard (1752); diploma from the University of Orleans (1757); Turcon, consul of the Briançonnais (1762); Henri-Léonard Bertin to the officers of the finance office in Lyon (1763); brevet de sous-lieutenant signed by Louis XV (secr.), countersigned by Monteynard (1772); hommage-lige by Jacques Shéridan, to Louis-Stanislas-Xavier, Monsieur (1775); brevet de pension for Claude François Ignace Henrion de Magnoncour, signed by Louis XVI (secr.) and Montbarey (1779); fixing of the sizes in the election of Joinville (generality of Châlons), countersigned by Vergennes (1780); mandate of the mayor, lieutenant mayor and jurats of Bordeaux to recognize Jean Tonnellé as master tailor in the city (1783); regulation of the coat of arms of d'Hozier de Sérigny for François-Jean and Pierre Poitevin, formerly directors of the imperial foundries in Vienne (1783); certificate of service and patriotism of a national guard, formerly the King's bodyguard, issued by Aristide Rubat, deputy of the Ain (1792); certificate of sub-lieutenant (1792), etc.
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*OLD REGIME. About 50 letters or coins, 18th century; various sizes, some partly printed, some wax seals.

Receipt of the "droit de manteau" of the coat rack of the Duchess of Burgundy (1702) ; from Louis XIV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711) ; certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714 ; sale by the Marquise de Fleurigny of her land and seigneury of Passy-sur-Seine to Claude Le Blanc (1720); gift of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Maur-sur-Loire to Martin Maurice de Lossandines, canon of the primatial church of Nancy, by Louis XV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711); certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714; sale by the Marquise de Fleurigny of her land and seigneury
of Passy-sur-Seine to Claude Le Blanc (1720); gift of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Maur-sur-Loire to Martin Maurice de Lossandines, canon of the primatial church of Nancy, by Louis XV (secretary) to the Prince of Monbazon (1711); certificate of service to enter the Invalides, 1714., 1729); extract from the registers of the True Language of Provence, signed by the Chevalier de Beauregard (1752); diploma from the University of Orleans (1757); Turcon, consul of the Briançonnais (1762); Henri-Léonard Bertin to the officers of the finance office in Lyon (1763); brevet de sous-lieutenant signed by Louis XV (secr.), countersigned by Monteynard (1772); hommage-lige by Jacques Shéridan, to Louis-Stanislas-Xavier, Monsieur (1775); brevet de pension for Claude François Ignace Henrion de Magnoncour, signed by Louis XVI (secr.) and Montbarey (1779); fixing of the sizes in the election of Joinville (generality of Châlons), countersigned by Vergennes (1780); mandate of the mayor, lieutenant mayor and jurats of Bordeaux to recognize Jean Tonnellé as master tailor in the city (1783); regulation of the coat of arms of d'Hozier de Sérigny for François-Jean and Pierre Poitevin, formerly directors of the imperial foundries in Vienne (1783); certificate of service and patriotism of a national guard, formerly the King's bodyguard, issued by Aristide Rubat, deputy of the Ain (1792); certificate of sub-lieutenant (1792), etc.

Estimate 400 - 500 EUR
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Location of the item
France - 75016 Paris