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    Queen Isabella I of Spain Framed Document Signed in 1500 with Portrait Queen of Spain, who, with her husband King Ferdinand, financed Columbus' voyages to America. Manuscript document signed, "Yo La Renia," 8.5" x 11.75", March 31, 1500 in Spanish. Isabella instructs her chamberlain (male attendant) to give a small jug to Violante d'Alvyon, her chambermaid, for the Queen's use. The weight of the jug and its provenance in Saragossa are mentioned. Beneath the Queen's signature is that of her Secretary, Miguel Peres d'Almazan, and at the conclusion of the document is a receipt signed by Ana d'Alvyon. Light vertical folds, but otherwise very clean with a large, bold signature. Nicely matted and framed with a portrait of Isabella and a plaque. An early, rare document. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    13th Wednesday
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