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Holy Roman Empire Title of Nobility parchment

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R-001 Holy Roman Empire "Title of Nobility" awarded to Johan Helwig Sinoldt Schutz in 1674. A superb form of calligraphy on all twenty-eight parchment pages explain this Royal Appointment with all rights and entitlements to the Schutz family in all areas of the Holy Roman Empire. All privileges and courtesies are o be extended as well in all lands under the control of the Hapsburg Monarchs. Failure to comply with the stipulations, as spelled out in this document, will be met with stated punishments. This Title of Nobility also will be enforced with the succeeding generations of the Schutz family. The Appointment includes a hand painted coat-of-arms which is dedicated as the official emblem of the Schutz family. Document is signed by Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor. All pages are in relatively good condition and held in place with an age toned gold wire cord with velvet covers with ties. 13 7/8" x 9 7/8". Attached to the cord is a 4 3/4" diameter red wax seal of the Hapsburg - Holy Roman Empire coat-of-arms. One of the borders is chipped and about 40% of the right side wax border is missing. Included is an 18th Century summary, by section, in German and an 18th Century translation in English. Rare. Overall this document would rate in good condition. II
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See description for I-III scale (I=mint, III=poor)
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Holy Roman Empire Title of Nobility parchment

Estimate $700 - $1,500Dec 01, 2017
Starting Price $700
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