Louis XVI King Of France Letter Of Stamp Signed Contraseing Amelot 1777
Louis xvi king of france letter of stamp signed counterseing amelot - 1777. The last king of France of the so-called period of the old regime. Louis xvi king of France, letter of stamp signed "louis" (secretary), countersigned by amelot, 1 page in folio, verses, December 18, 1777. Letter of stamp constituting the prisoner of the sr bizouard in the city of crest. Letter of stamp accompanied by the autograph document signed by the said bizouard agreeing to keep "the city of crest for prison". He is ordered to withdraw to the city of crest as soon as the present order has been notified to him, his majesty defending him from any other place, under whatever pretext, hardly disobedience. The letter of stamp is accompanied by the autograph document signed by the said bizouard: "I undersigned nicolas bizouard subject me to the orders of the king keeping the city of crest for prison as it is carried by the said order which was notified to me by Monsieur demontrond commandant". President of the Grand Council and intendant of burgundy in 1764, intendant of finances in 1774, secretary of state at the house of the king louis xvi from 1776 to 1783. Good condition sent by registered mail. The item "louis xvi roi de france letter of stamp signed counterseing amelot 1777" is on sale since Friday 14 May 2021. It is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons". The seller is "*epistole*" and is located at/in bets.
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- country of manufacture: france
- number of pages: 2
Age: 17th century
- modified object: no
- theme: history, politics