Decrees

    Decree, Milan January 16, 1808

    €90.00

    Napoleon, By the grace of God and the Constitutions, Emperor of the French, King of Italy and Protector of the Confederation of the Rhine: Eugene Napoleon of France, Viceroy of Italy, Prince of Venice, Archchancellor of State of the French Empire, to all those who see these, health: Wanting to facilitate the spending of coins not included in Tariff A, annexed to the Decree of 21 December 1807, or otherwise excluded from circulation, as they fall beyond the tolerance of the weight expressed in article III of the other Decree of 12 January 1807, which was published at the same time, so that the principles and views of these Royal Decrees are not altered. Above report of the Ministers of Finance, and of the Public Treasury, We, by virtue of the Authority which has been attached to Us by the Most High and August Emperor and King Napoleon I, Our most honored Father and gracious Sovereign, have decreed and ordered the following: - Art. I, Up to the entire last day of February 1808, the spending of the new Luigi without any transfer will be permitted, which overflows with the addition of half a new grain, or even with the addition of the ancient grain of the mark of Milan. When Luigi, with the addition of a grain of the new weight, or even two grains of the old weight, overflows, he will be allowed to pay, but whoever pays must make the transfer of 15 cents. The waning Louis, beyond the aforementioned tolerances, will remain under the general provisions of the Decrees of 12 January and 21 December 1807. - II, The spending of the half Scudo delle Corone or Crocione, of the half Francescone will also be permitted until the last day of February 1808. and of the half convention tolar for half of the value attributed to the respective whole in Tariff A. - III, The foreign silver coins admitted in Tariff A, or mentioned in the previous article, which with the addition of new grain or even of two grains of the old weight overflow, will be admitted without any transfer. When said coins with the addition of two new grains or even four old grains overflow, payments will be allowed, but whoever pays must make the transfer of two cents per piece. In addition to the aforementioned tolerances, these silver coins will remain under the general provisions of the Decrees of 12 January and 21 December 1807. - IV, The Ministers are responsible, each in what concerns him, for the execution of this Decree, which will be published and inserted in the Bulletin of Laws. Given in Milan, this day January 16, 1808. Eugenio Napoleone. Pel Vicerè, The Councilor Secretary of State L. Vaccari, from the Reale Stamperia, p. 1, ill., 42 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut reproducing the royal coat of arms.

    In excellent condition. Extremely rare.

    The Marquis de Thaon, Turin 19...

    €22.00

    The Marquis de Thaon, Count of S. Andrea and of Revel, Lieutenant General of SM in all the States of the Mainland, Edict concerning credit notes and their falsification divided into 10 articles, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 19 September 1799, pp . 8, ill., 30 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    The Marquis de Thaon, Turin 19...

    €30.00

    The Marquis de Thaon, Count of S. Andrea and of Revel, Lieutenant General of SM in all the States of the Mainland, The reasons in migration having ceased then that with the Reggio Edict of May 14, 1794 the seven-denier money pieces were recalled to the exchange. six bars in the Royal Palace in execution of the Edict of February 15, 1755 with the subrogation of the two pieces of mixed-erosion, one for twenties, and the other for ten, and in the circumstance, that due to the subsequent reduction in the value of the latter, this would correspond more to the prime value fixed and designated to them in the amount of the same, we have believed it much more convenient in the current state of things to put the aforementioned money pieces 7, 6 denarii, which are more conveniently spent in the trade, in progress , in the Stamperia Reale, Turin 19 September 1799, pp. 4, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms, splendid woodcut of the coin object of the edict.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    The Supreme Council for His...

    €20.00

    The Supreme Council for His Majesty, Edict concerning credit notes divided into 11 articles, from the Royal Printing House, Turin 27 March 1800, pp. 4, ill., 30 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Manifesto of the Regia Camera de...

    €35.00

    Manifesto of the Regia Camera de 'Conti, Main publication of Regie Patenti, with which SM orders that gold pieces of 80 and 40 lire are no longer minted in the Regie Mint and prescribes that the series of gold coins to be combined in the future remain established in pieces to say 100, 50 lire, 20 lire and 10 lire with fluted outline, from the Stamperia Reale, Turin 8 June 1832, pp. 8, ill., 1 tablet., 30 cm.

    Splendid woodcut panel reproducing coins, elegant large royal coat of arms.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Manifesto of the Regia Camera de...

    €35.00

    Manifesto of the Regia Camera de 'Conti, Carrying notification of Regie Patenti, with which SM gives some provisions concerning the typing in the Regie Mint of Turin, and of Genoa of gold and silver coins, from the Royal Printing House, Turin 18 August 1831, pp. 8, ill., 1 tablet., 30 cm.

    Splendid woodcut panel reproducing coins, elegant large royal coat of arms.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    The Regia Camera de 'Conti,...

    €15.00

    The Royal Chamber of Accounts, the Supreme Council for SM has determined to prohibit any person and the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths from melting, even for the use of their profession, any sort of gold, silver or eroded-mixed coins, both struck in this Regia Mint che foreign, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 7 May 1800, pp. 4, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    The Regia Camera de 'Conti,...

    €15.00

    The Regia Camera de 'Conti, Having the Supreme Council for SM determined to leave in progress for the time being the eight money pieces and four money pieces called to the exchange with the edict of last September 19th, and to continue the exchange for their entire value, which according to the same Edict had to cease with the whole current month. We, pursuing the aforementioned statutory determinations made to us by today's Viglietto, notify the public of this providence with this Manifesto, declaring that it will take place until further notice, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 24 March 1800, pp. 4, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    The Regia Camera de 'Conti,...

    €15.00

    The Regia Camera de 'Conti, The credit tickets towards the Regie Finanze placed in progress with the same Edict have the date of 1 September 1799 and will be respectively signed by two of the Mastri Auditori Barone Bardy, Conte Maistre, Viretti, and Cavaliere Sesca, in the Stamperia Reale, Turin 19 September 1799, pp. 4, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regie Patenti, Turin 23 December...

    €38.00

    Regie Patenti, Colle which SM establishes a new system and gives similar provisions regarding the monetary jurisdiction and its dependencies, and the Administration of the Royal Mint, from the Royal Printing House, Turin 23 December 1823, pp. 16, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful woodcut royal coat of arms on the first card.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regie Patenti, Turin 9 November...

    €30.00

    Regie Patenti, With which SM in reducing the lira has money 15. the money pieces ten to money 7. 6, and the money pieces five to money 2. 6, on which foot he wants them to continue for the whole of next March, subsequently submitting them to a lesser gradual decrease, it prescribes at the same time the opportune provisions to reduce and contain in discreet limits the piece of genera, goods and edibles, in the Stamperia Reale, Turin 9 November 1797, pp. 8, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regio Editto, Turin 6 October 1797

    €38.00

    Regio Editto, with which SM suspends the course of credit tickets to the Regie Finanze greater than 11. 50, imposes on the Secular and Regular Clergy and on the Religious Communities the contribution of fifty million and a particular tax on the capitals, and shop funds; and over those who in the course of the past war took contracts from the General Office of Soldo, and from the General Artillery Companies, and from the Factories, and Fortifications, and over the Hebrew Universities; and a general tax over all possessors of goods and effects; it also reduces to common reason all the major proceeds that are paid for the alienation of Tasso [...] and this all in the terms, methods, and with the conditions and warnings expressed therein, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 6 October 1797, pp. 12, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regio Editto, Turin 22 July 1797

    €30.00

    Regio Editto, Carrying various providences to extinguish credit notes and reduce mixed eroded money, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 22 July 1797, pp. 8, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regio Editto, Turin 10 September...

    €30.00

    Regio Editto, With which all credit notes to the Regie Finanze are called to exchange for the whole of next January [...] with the conditions and precautions expressed therein, in the Royal Printing House, Turin 10 September 1796, pp. 8, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Regio Editto, Turin 19 June 1795

    €30.00

    Royal Edict, with which for the competitor of twelve million lire SM orders the erection of a new Monte di S. Giovanni Battista, which will be the third and third erection, intended for the reinvention of the price of the assets due to the bodies and works administered, which will have to be exhibited for sale, new credit tickets to the Regie Finanze da ll. 100 with 4 percent interest on the day of their date of May 15, 1794, in the Stamperia Reale, Turin June 19, 1795, pp. 8, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.

    Royal Edict, Turin 23 November 1794

    €30.00

    Royal Edict, with which SM orders that new credit cards be put in place towards the Regie Finanze for the competing sum of twelve million [...] with the provisions expressed therein, in the Reale Stamperia, Turin 23 November 1794, pp. 8, ill., 31 cm.

    Beautiful large royal coat of arms and elegant illuminated letter.

    Very good condition. Rare.