London, South Kensington
1 June 2009
VENICE. Document of Giovanni Mocenigo as Doge of Venice (1409-1485, Doge from 1478), Dogal Palace, Venice, 25 January 1480, a passport for his 'ductor' [waggoner], Gaspar of Perugia, who is going to Perugia 'pro nonnullis eius negotiis', asking that he be given free passage with ten horses, his arms, and all his baggage, in Italian on vellum, 14 lines on one membrane, 190 x 315mm, Giovanni's dogal seal in lead.
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