Antoine-Quentin-fouquier tinville (1746 - 1795), public prosecutor of the Revolutionary Court, died guillotined May 7, 1795. Exhibit autograph signed \March 24, 1777; 1 4to page.
Fouquier between tinville as clerk-apprentice master Cornillier, public prosecutor at the Châtelet in Paris, in 1769; he bought the burden of it when he retires in 1774, January 21, he was appointed by his peers Attorney gatehouse. Fouquier tinville, assigns, according to company's order the bailiff walnut, the presumptive heirs of the wife dedme challan claude bourgeois walnut. Note that it comes out of a rare type of signature.The item \The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.