47 leaves : paper ; bound to 295 x 194 mm
A collection of documents relating to the sale and purchase of salt between the Basilica of Sant'Antonino in Parma and the Monastery of Chiaravalle della Colomba in Alseno.
Ms. documents. Title from title page; added title from front cover. Decoration: Handwritten notarial signs on fols. 26r, 32v and 42v; present are also three distinct stamped notarial signs: one is found on the recto of fols. 14-20, 29-30, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, (top left); a second is found on fols. 35r (bottom left), 38v, 41r (left middle); a third is found on fol. 45v (left, a third of the way down the page). Binding: Bound in faded printed paper (mottled red ground with yellow and brown blotches) over pasteboard; spine frayed. Cover bears paper label with title "Iura Ill̃ mi Cap.li Insig.is Basi.cae St̃ i Antonini Plac.tiae." Accompanying materials: Two printed bills of sale, competed in pen, dated 7 August and 28 September 1770 (fol. 3); seals on fols. 12, 32, 35, 37, 38. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS 199.
Latin and Italian.
Phillips, T. Cat ms. 10409.
Manuscript was once in the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps (his no. 10409). Front cover also bears a paper label that reads "No. 23" in faded orange-ish pen, and also "C.R. Etat no. 9 ... (22)" in brown pen; front pastedown reads, in pencil, "10409 Ph" (i.e the Phillips catalog number) and "B17.185"; back pastedown reads "199" in pencil.
RBCAG Robbins MS 199
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Iura ill[ustrissi]mi cap[ito]li insig[n]is basi[li]cae S[anc]ti Antonini Plac[en]tiae.