Public Notice regarding Free Foreign Exchange (Graz May 13, 1819)

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Public Notice (6874) by the Imperial and Royal district office Graz of May 13, 1819, concerning the free foreign exchange export by Polish citizens from Austria to Poland. No place & printer (1819). 13⅛ × 8⅛ in (33.2 × 20.5 cm). 1 page. With the printed signatures of district captain Franz Edler von Werner and the 1st district secretary Michael Kaltenegger.

Framing-fine  broadsheet on untrimmed wide-margined laid paper. – For the purpose of execution of article 18 of the convention of May 3, 1815, between Austria and Russia it is promulgated according to court decree of April 8 + gubernial ordinance 8862 of April 21/30 “That the amount realized of property (of whatever origin) sold in the Austrian states may be exported to the Kingdom of Poland without deduction by the individuals propertied in Poland”. And thus without any restriction either.

Offer no. 10,774 / EUR  71. (c. US$ 86.) + shipping

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(Mr. U. S., 23. Januar 2002)