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

Tuesday 15th November 2016: 2:00pm GMT

7Suffolk, Raydon charter, 1260.

Suffolk

Lot 7

Suffolk, Raydon.- Charter, Robert de Latham [Lafham] grants and confirms to his son Thomas, 15 acres of land called Ware, manuscript in Lation, on vellum, 11 lines, folds, creased, browned, some slight surface wear, lacks seal, 1260.

Hammer Price: £200

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Suffolk, [Raydon].- Charter, Robert de Latham [Lafham] grants and confirms to his son Thomas, 15 acres of land called Ware, in the land called Goding with all appurtenances, 9 acres of land called Laifstaresfeld, and 3 acres of land called Alholm with all appurtenances, to him and his heirs, for 12 pence, 6 pence at Easter and 6 pence at Michaelmas, and for this Thomas has done homage and paid 20 shillings, witnesses: Robert son of Robert, Ralph of Keverhil, Hugh son of Ralph, Osbert son of Acelin and others, manuscript in Latin, on vellum, 11 lines, folds, creased, browned, some slight surface wear affecting one or two letters but not obscuring legibility, lacks seal, an attractive charter, 92 x 133mm., [c. 1260].

Medieval homage.

Full Lot Details

Suffolk, [Raydon].- Charter, Robert de Latham [Lafham] grants and confirms to his son Thomas, 15 acres of land called Ware, in the land called Goding with all appurtenances, 9 acres of land called Laifstaresfeld, and 3 acres of land called Alholm with all appurtenances, to him and his heirs, for 12 pence, 6 pence at Easter and 6 pence at Michaelmas, and for this Thomas has done homage and paid 20 shillings, witnesses: Robert son of Robert, Ralph of Keverhil, Hugh son of Ralph, Osbert son of Acelin and others, manuscript in Latin, on vellum, 11 lines, folds, creased, browned, some slight surface wear affecting one or two letters but not obscuring legibility, lacks seal, an attractive charter, 92 x 133mm., [c. 1260].

Medieval homage.