Lot 49 of 302:
Ms. regulations for Cuban slave auction 1860  

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$800 - $1,200

Title:
Manuscript regulations for holding a slave auction

Author:

Place:
Santiago de Cuba

Publisher:

Date:
1860

Description:

2½ pp., on 2 sheets. Ink manuscript, in Spanish. 30.5x21 cm (12x8¼").

Rare manuscript regulations for holding a slave auction in the General Depository for Slaves (standard holding area for slaves). There are seven regulations listed, including stipulations such as the auctioneer must have a log for the day of the auction, where he must list the name of the slave, the slave owner's name, that the auctioneer ("el rematador") does not have any rights regarding discounts or compensation. A very significant historical document..


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Some darkening to the paper, ink bleeding through, stitching holes in margin; very good.


 
Item number:
301841
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