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Christopher Columbus, his own book of privileges, 1502 : photographic facsimile of the manuscript in the archives of the Foreign Office in Paris ...

Christopher Columbus, his own book of privileges, 1502 : photographic facsimile of the manuscript in the archives of the Foreign Office in Paris ...

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"The original Codex on vellum is written on both sides of the leaf, and is here reproduced in same same form, but is interleaved with corresponding pages of transliteration and translation"--P. [9].
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Thacher, II, p. 9 (Americana)
Appended to the Codex are facsimiles of the autograph letters of Columbus to Oderigo, and to the Bank of St. George, and of the Decree of the Republic of Genoa, 1670.
Includes index.
Kislak accession no.: 1987.049.00.0001.
LAC snh 2019-04-19 no edits (4 card)
LAC rwp 2019-04-26 review

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01/01/1893
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Columbus, Christopher.
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