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Important Books, Western Manuscripts and Works on Paper: Day One

Tuesday 15th November 2016: 2:00pm GMT

6East Yorkshire.- Charter, grant of land near Goldale, [c. 1250].

East yorkshire.- charter

Lot 6

East Yorkshire.- Charter, grant by William Bate of Goldale [Gowdall] to Radulphus Formorie of one selion lying in Luindcroft [near Gowdall, East Yorkshire], manuscript in Latin, on vellum, in a fine charter hand, 14 lines, some brown stains, small fragment missing from upper right hand corner, 110 x 180mm., [c. 1250].

 

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East Yorkshire.- Charter, grant by William Bate of Goldale [Gowdall] to Radulphus Fomorie of one selion lying in Lundcroft [near Gowdall, East Yorkshire], abutting the land of William Assoris to the west, and William Goldig to the east, abutting in the south, lands of John of Goldale, and one selion in Westbrotes, William Golding to the west, John de Heton to the east, abutting the parish of Goldale, paying annually a penny on the Feast of the Purification of Mary [2 February], witnesses: John de Heton, Henry de Heck, Thomas de Snayth, John de Goldale and his brother Edward, and William Goldig, manuscript in Latin, in a fine charter hand, on vellum, 14 lines, lacks seal, some brown stains not affecting legibility, small fragment missing from upper right hand corner, 20th century ink notes on verso, slightly browned, 110 x 180mm., [c. 1250].

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East Yorkshire.- Charter, grant by William Bate of Goldale [Gowdall] to Radulphus Fomorie of one selion lying in Lundcroft [near Gowdall, East Yorkshire], abutting the land of William Assoris to the west, and William Goldig to the east, abutting in the south, lands of John of Goldale, and one selion in Westbrotes, William Golding to the west, John de Heton to the east, abutting the parish of Goldale, paying annually a penny on the Feast of the Purification of Mary [2 February], witnesses: John de Heton, Henry de Heck, Thomas de Snayth, John de Goldale and his brother Edward, and William Goldig, manuscript in Latin, in a fine charter hand, on vellum, 14 lines, lacks seal, some brown stains not affecting legibility, small fragment missing from upper right hand corner, 20th century ink notes on verso, slightly browned, 110 x 180mm., [c. 1250].