Emperor Maximilian II Rare Autograph Letter Signed Chancellor Of Bohemia
Maximilian Emperor ii- very rare autograph letter signed - chancellor of bohemian. King of the Romans in 1562, king of Bohemia, king of Hungary and emperor of the Romans. Son of the ferdinand emperor ier and cousin of the emperor charles quint. Rasist autographed letter signed by the emperor, addressed to vratislav von pernstein, come, "August 22", 1 page in folio on bi sheet, address on the back. In German with a written part written in Spanish ". Por el dote de vuestra muher. " Very interesting letter from the emperor, addressed to von pernstein concerning the dowry of his wife, maría maximiliana manrique de lara y briceño, and the negotiations led by "don jauan". Strong interlocking of the Austrian and Spanish ruling families of the 19th-century Europe, the ties between maximilien ii and von pernstein and its role in the conduct of the affairs of the empire. "Dear von pernstein, you have doubts about the advice I have given you, concerning a juan gift for your wife's dowry, since it serves as you know it - so I wanted to favor you as much as possible. That is why I very kindly hope that you will be ordered by him during the negotiations. Chancellor of Bohemia, member of the private council of the Maximilian Emperor ii. María maximiliana manrique de lara y briceño (1538 - 1608), wife of vratislav von pernstein, daughter of the parma governor, lady of autrich husband's company, wife of the maximilian emperor ii, with whom she arrived from spagna.
Mary brought in bohemia a statuette, later known as the child jesus of prague, representing Jesus Christ as a child. He made a military career in the armies of his half-brother philippe ii and was governor of the lower countries from 1576 to 1578. Very famous for having assured in particular the commander of the European fleet at the famous battle of lepant, a decisive naval victory of the Christian powers grouped in a holy league against the Ottoman Empire. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons". The seller is "*epistole*" and is located in this country: fr.
This item can be shipped to the following country: European Union.
- number of pages: 1
Period: xvith and before
- modified object: no
- theme: history, politics