1485 MANUSCRIPT: Emneth Court Terrie? For the year 1485, in the reign of Henry 7th. 32 pages, 4to. Bound in cont. full vellum, covers stitched, ink lettering to upper cover.
Provenance: The Peter and Pat Crofts Collection.
It has been noted that this lot may contain manorial documents, which are subject to the Manorial Documents' Rules 1959, 1963 and 1967, administered by the Historical Manuscripts Commission at the National Archives on behalf of the Master of the Rolls.
Accordingly, the purchasers of the documents must notify the Secretary of the Commission of their acquisition and provide details of where they will be kept. They may in no circumstances be removed from England and Wales without the prior consent of the Master of the Rolls. Every change of ownership must be reported.
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Auction: Books and Maps, Tue, 23rd Aug 2022
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