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Ms. Coll. 720 Financial agreement


Financial agreement


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Ms. Coll. 720
(3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206., University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts)

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University of Pennsylvania


Document on vellum by 7 town councillors (ratslude; ratislute) of Wernigerode, with the approval of, and jointly with Konrad V, Graf von (Count of) Wernigerode (graven Cordes ... to Werningherode), dated the eve of the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle (December 20), 1390, recording their financial agreement with the executors of the estate of Dietrich von Hildesheim (Diderikes von Hildensem), the late vicar of the monastery and church Unser Lieben Frauen, also known as Liebfrauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), in Halberstadt (User leven Vrowen to Halberstad), whereby they are to pay to the executors an interest of 5 Mark of pure silver (lodigen sulvers) annually on the feast of St. Martin (Martini), in exchange for an immediate payment (Kapital) of 50 Mark. The executors (de da vorestan dat testament), apparently clergy of the Halberstadt church, are: Deacon (dekene) Johan; Canon (canoniken) Hinrik von Suneborn; and Canon (schulmestere) Bethmann Bruckemann. The Wernigerode councillors are: Hinrik Uppelingh, Hintze Muntmeister, Hinrik Aldingh, Hinrik Lumer de Eldere, Albrecht Brockenstedes, Oltze Spekhosen, and Oltze Kemeden. Seals of Wernigerode and of Count Konrad attached; handwritten label on verso.


1 item (1 leaf) : 195 x 275 mm




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