|Creator:||Joan of Navarre, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of England, 1370?-1437.|
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From the collection of Toshiyuki Takamiya, 2013-.
Two endorsements, on verso, in a different contemporary hand, one of which notes the grant of the Aurum Reginae to Joan at Eltham on the Tuesday after Epiphany, 13 Henry IV (1412).
Accompanied by: transcript, on paper, in a 17th century italic hand.
Layout: single column of 10 lines.
Script: Chancery hand.
Manuscript letter, on parchment, in a Chancery hand, containing a petition by Joan of Navarre to her husband, King Henry IV of England, for the right of the Aurum Reginae, revenues alloted to the queen of England out of fees for offices or franchises paid to the king.
1 l. : parchment ; 143 x335 mm.
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