Original Title: Legitimacion de Nobleza
Pronunciation: Legitimacion de Nobleza
TYPE: Documents (Loose)
DIMENSIONS: 12” x 8 ½”
COMPONENTS: 93 written pages; first 4 on “vellum;” others on the usual paper of that time. One large engraving, the second picture.
CONDITION: The first 15 pages after the vellum are weak, the others are OK, some of the last pages have light water stains as in the images. Fine condition.
ITEM ID: 471
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Legitimization of Nobility Documents

PRONUNCIATION: Legitimacion de Nobleza
DATE
Year: 1750
Decade: 1750s
Century: 18th (1701-1800)

A document establishing the recognition of nobility dated 1750 and with a large engraving. As with all these documents, the nobility legitimization was made in Spain in San Cristobal de la Laguna in 1750, but this manuscript was brought to Peru, so the Captain Thomas Eugenio Eduardo was living in Peru and brought the legitimization to show that he was some kind of knight of noble linage.