1 page, folio, written in a close but clear Spanish clerical hand, headed "El Rey," with scribal certifications at the bottom of the sheet, docket on verso. In Castilian. THE KING SHARES THE SPOILS OF A HERETIC'S POSSESSIONS SEIZED BY THE "HOLY OFFICE" OF THE INQUISITION. . A letter, signed a year before the death of the Catholic King, which vividly portrays the catastrophic ruin which was likely to befall those condemned by "the Holy Office" of the Inquisition for heresy. The heretic, Ynigo Lopez de Leon "has been sentenced and his possessions confiscated by our said treasury and exchequer;" the Duke de Infantado "has asked me that I make him grace of the said possesions." Consequently, the King orders that "half of all the possessions which have been confiscated" are to be delivered to the Duke, along with a third of "all the other possessions conficated from the vassals of the said Duke in his lands and towns," after deduction of "all the fees and expenses of the Holy Office" [the Inquisitors]." -- ISABELLA I, Queen of Castile, Leon and Aragon (1451-1504). Letter signed ("yo la reina") to the Duke de Infantado, Toledo, 29 August 1502. 1 page, folio, written in a typical Spanish clerical hand, headed "La Reina," with scribal certifications at the bottom of the sheet. QUEEN ISABELLA SUMMONS A NOBLE AND HIS VASSAL TROOPS TO THE SERVICE OF THE CROWN. The Queen requests the Duke, a supporter of "los Reyes Catolicos," "to be ready with the people of your house and lands" to report for duty with the Queen's armies. The Duke is requested to ready "all the people who may have horses, in whatever condition those horses may happen to be," and to ready all the fighting men, and to send a register of horsemen, infantry and archers "and the arms they have" at their disposal in the event of war. Together two items, each sheet neatly inlaid to a larger sheet and bound with several engraved portraits in full purple morocco gilt, front cover gilt-lettered "Ferdinand and Isabella" within a tooled panel. Each with full typed translation. (2) " /> [FERDINAND & ISABELLA]. FERDINAND V, <I>King of Castile & Aragon</I> (1452-1516). Letter signed ("yo el Rey") to Juan de Guilistegui, "collector of the possessions and estates seized for our treasury" in Toledo; Abadie [Burgos], 11 December 1515. <I>1 page, folio, written in a close but clear Spanish clerical hand, headed "El Rey," with scribal certifications at the bottom of the sheet, docket on verso.</I> In Castilian. THE KING SHARES THE SPOILS OF A HERETIC'S POSSESSIONS SEIZED BY THE "HOLY OFFICE" OF THE INQUISITION. . A letter, signed a year before the death of the Catholic King, which vividly portrays the catastrophic ruin which was likely to befall those condemned by "the Holy Office" of the Inquisition for heresy. The heretic, Ynigo Lopez de Leon "has been sentenced and his possessions confiscated by our said treasury and exchequer;" the Duke de Infantado "has asked me that I make him grace of the said possesions." Consequently, the King orders that "half of all the possessions which have been confiscated" are to be delivered to the Duke, along with a third of "all the other possessions conficated from the vassals of the said Duke in his lands and towns," after deduction of "all the fees and expenses of the Holy Office" [the Inquisitors]." -- ISABELLA I, <I>Queen of Castile, Leon and Aragon</I> (1451-1504). Letter signed ("yo la reina") to the Duke de Infantado, Toledo, 29 August 1502. <I>1 page, folio, written in a typical Spanish clerical hand, headed "La Reina," with scribal certifications at the bottom of the sheet</I>. QUEEN ISABELLA SUMMONS A NOBLE AND HIS VASSAL TROOPS TO THE SERVICE OF THE CROWN. The Queen requests the Duke, a supporter of "los Reyes Catolicos," "to be ready with the people of your house and lands" to report for duty with the Queen's armies. The Duke is requested to ready "all the people who may have horses, in whatever condition those horses may happen to be," and to ready all the fighting men, and to send a register of horsemen, infantry and archers "and the arms they have" at their disposal in the event of war. <I>Together two items, each sheet neatly inlaid to a larger sheet and bound with several engraved portraits in full purple morocco gilt, front cover gilt-lettered "Ferdinand and Isabella" within a tooled panel.</I> Each with full typed translation. (2) | Christie's