Find from a private collection n. 4 Napoleonic exchange letters with 1.4 from the early nineteenth century
Napoleon Bonaparte, (Ajaccio, August 15, 1769 - Longwood, Island of Sant'Elena, May 5, 1821), was a French politician and general, founder of the First French Empire and protagonist of the first phase of contemporary European history, known as the "Napoleonic age. ".
Characteristics of the exchange letter: Notarial deed by which a banker (borrower) who had received a payment from a customer (employer) ordered another banker operating in another place (drawee) to pay a beneficiary. This type of document, which appeared towards the middle of the 12th century, was the first rudimentary form of promissory note. The use of l. of c. it allowed the movement of capital from one place to another, avoiding the riskiest transport of cash.
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