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Lot 3284 Old German States Brunswick

  • Michelca.1616-1792
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Sammlung originaler Vertrags- und Postdokumente zwischen dem Herzogtum Braunschweig-Lüneburg und Fürstentum Thurn & Taxis von 1616 - 1792 über die Ausführung der fürstlichen Briefpost zu Braunschweig: Bestehend aus diversen Dekreten und Briefen mit Original Autographen wie z.B. Friedrich I. König von Schweden und Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel 1730, Generaloberpostmeister Fürst Alexander Ferdinand von Thurn & Taxis 1759, des Braunschweiger Postmeisters von Münchhausen auf Stempelpapier 4 Ggr 1791, Fürst Karl Anselm von Thurn und Taxis 1783, 1789 und 1792. Insgesamt 35 Dokumente nebst einer aus der Zeit stammenden Aufstellung über beigefügte 21 Abschriften aus der Zeit von 1616 - 1735 wie z.B. Antwortschreiben Christian II. von Braunschweig-Lüneburg 1616, Brief Ferdinand III. bezüglich der Postrouten von Hamburg durch Braunschweig nach Frankfurt und Nürnberg 1645, Salva Guardia von Friedrich IV. für Postmeister Kluge 1647 (Leiter der Thurn & Taxisschen Post in Braunschweig), die bekannte Interims-Postordnung der Braunschweiger Häuser 1659, Abschriften von Hilmar Deichmann 1661 u.w. (Nachfolger von Kluge als Leiter der Thurn und Taxisschen Post), Verfügung von Herzog Anton Ulrich 1701, o.g. Dekrete von Karl Anselm unterschrieben betreffend Wegegeld, Extrapost usw., Schreiben König Georg II. an den Fürsten von Thurn & Taxis 1735, weitergehende weitere Abschriften des Herzogtum Braunschweig und Thurn & Taxis. Anschließend 14 Originaldokumente mit den o.g. Original Autographen sowie weiteren Original-Unterschriften von Fürsten und Postmeistern der beiden Häuser von 1730 - 1791. Ferner dabei noch ein Stich von Paul Fürst aus dem 17. Jahrhundert mit Nürnberg als Hintergrund "Der Neue Allamodische Postbot". Eine spektakuläre Entdeckung mit musealem Charakter!

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Collection original contractual and post documents between the Duchy Brunswick Lüneburg and Principality Thurn & Taxis from 1616 - 1792 over the execution the princely mail to Brunswick: composed of various Decrees and letters with original autographs such as Friedrich I. King from Sweden and landgrave from Hessen Kassel 1730, chief postmaster general prince Alexander Ferdinand from Thurn & Taxis 1759, of the of Brunswick postmaster from Münchhausen on impost paper 4 Ggr 1791, prince Karl Anselm from Thurn and Taxis 1783, 1789 and 1792. In total 35 documents together with one from the time coming listing over attached 21 transcripts from the time from 1616 - 1735 such as letter in reply Christian II. From Brunswick Lüneburg 1616, letter Ferdinand III. Regarding the mail routes from Hamburg through Brunswick to Frankfurt and Nuremberg 1645, Salva Guardia from Friedrich IV. For postmaster Smart 1647 (Leader the Thurn & Taxis post in Brunswick), the well-known interims postal regulation the of Brunswick houses 1659, transcripts from Hilmar Deichmann 1661 and w. (successor from Smart as Leader the Thurn und Taxis post), decree from duke Anton Ulrich 1701, mentioned above decrees from Karl Anselm signed concerning toll, extra post and so on, write King George II. To the Sovereigns from Thurn & Taxis 1735, going on further transcripts of the Duchy Brunswick and Thurn & Taxis. Subsequently 14 original documents with the mentioned above original autographs as well further original-signatures from Sovereigns and postmasters the both houses from 1730 - 1791. Furthermore as well another engraving from Paul prince from the 17th century with Nuremberg as background "the new Allamodische Postbot". A spectacular detection of museum character!

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