Horse Breeding in Lower Austria

Circular (8675./2.) of the Imperial and Royal Lower Austrian District Authority St. Pölten announcing a composed work on horse breeding in the country. Given St. Pölten November 21, 1807. No place & printer (1807). Sm. fol. 1 sheet. With the printed signature of the imperial and royal Lower Austrian senior administrative officer and district captain Anton Leopold von Roschmann.

Frameworthy  broadsheet  recommending “to the dominions and authorities” the purchase of “Friedrich Möller’s imperial and royal first lieutenant and commander of a country stallion division … work on the state horse breeding, for which His Most Royal Majesty have paid him a reward of 400 fl., His Royal Highness the archduke Charles, however, has shown to him his highest satisfaction”. – Written acknowledgement of receipt at the upper margin. – Rare form of an advertising print.

Offer no. 12,242 / EUR  86. (c. US$ 104.) + shipping

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