Royal Decree of Carlos IV 1806. America and the Philippines

250,00

Exclusive copy in its presentation of the Royal Certificate of 1806 of Carlos IV so that judicial deposits are made in the mints in the kingdoms of the Indies and the Philippines.

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Exclusive copy in its presentation of the Royal Certificate of 1806 of Carlos IV (1788-1808) so that judicial deposits are made in the mints in the kingdoms of the Indies and the Philippines.

2 sheets, in folio printed on both sides, with Royal signature and stamped shield of Carlos IV. Original document from the early 19th century. Presented with 20th century binding in an elegant and curious illustrated cardboard folder with handwritten title, format 21.3 x 30.3 cm.

This Royal Decree of July 25, 1806, confirms and expands previous ones dated August 24, 1799 and May 17, 1804, due to disagreements and breaches by Courts and Consulates, ordering the unity of criteria and compliance with the Royal Resolution.

Document in very good condition, folder with slight signs of use.

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