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AWARD DOCUMENT – PRINZ KARL ALEXANDER – THURN UND TAXIS

SKU: 31-77

$225.00

This is an interesting award document (urkunde) for a decoration from the small Principality of Thurn und Taxis. The document was issued under the order of Prinz Karl Alexander (1770-1827). Karl Alexander was the Prince of this house from 1805 until his death in 1827. The document is hand printed on parchment. It measures 12″ x 15 3/4.” The document is actually half-sized. When open, it is double the width. The document is four sided, with writing on three of the four sides. I cannot fully understand the writing, as we are looking at handwriting that dates from 1805. It deals with a man by the name of a Ritter von Seyfried. It sports an intact black wax seal with Prinz Karl Alexander’s Coat-of-Arms. The document was prepared in the central city of Regensburg. Karl Alexander led his small state throughout the Napoleonic Wars. The document is in amazing condition for its age. I would be most interested to learn more about the contents of the document from its new owner.


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This is an interesting award document (urkunde) for a decoration from the small Principality of Thurn und Taxis. The document was issued under the order of Prinz Karl Alexander (1770-1827). Karl Alexander was the Prince of this house from 1805 until his death in 1827. The document is hand printed on parchment. It measures 12″ x 15 3/4.” The document is actually half-sized. When open, it is double the width. The document is four sided, with writing on three of the four sides. I cannot fully understand the writing, as we are looking at handwriting that dates from 1805. It deals with a man by the name of a Ritter von Seyfried. It sports an intact black wax seal with Prinz Karl Alexander’s Coat-of-Arms. The document was prepared in the central city of Regensburg. Karl Alexander led his small state throughout the Napoleonic Wars. The document is in amazing condition for its age. I would be most interested to learn more about the contents of the document from its new owner.