This act records appraisals of a set of items that a captain of a Spanish fleet, Franciscus de Cazalis, offered to Antonius Stephani, a butcher of Marseille, to settle an invoice arising from the purchase of meat or mutton. The captain or his purser, Sansonus de Mayzonis, had made arrangements to purchase 193 florins worth of meat, but did not have enough cash on hand to pay the bill. Accordingly, the purser offered a set of items made of precious metals along with valuable clothing and fabrics. A goldsmith and at two or more unnamed Jews provided appraisals of the value of the items.

  • Record type: Estimate-Pledge
  • Date: 10 July, 1393
  • Locale: Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
  • Language(s): Latin
  • Archival location: Archive départementales des Bouches-du-Rhône, Register 351 E 148
  • Extent: 3 Folios (paper, register - quarto)

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