Salamó Egascall was a blind beggar who had come to Barcelona from Sardinia. He owned a home on Carrer d'Estruc, not far from Plaça Saint Jaume. Upon his death in early 1423, his wife, Lady Isabel, requested an inventory of his belongings which include a colorful assortment of tunics and cloaks, as well as a pair of white shoes.
- Record type: Inventory-Postmortem
- Date: 3 February, 1423
- Locale: Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
- Language(s): Latin
- Named person(s): Salamó Egascall
- Archival location: Arxiu Històric de Protocols de Barcelona, register 112/24, Simó Carner, Secundus liber inventariorum
- Extent: 2 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Ryan Low, with contributions by Rowan Dorin.
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