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I have an Indenture dated 1531 from Spain. I would like to

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I have an Indenture dated 1531 from Spain. I would like to sell ItLHow would I go about doing this? I came to own this through a way that is not normal procedures. I found it on a hitch hiking trip from Chicago to Windsor Canada. I found this in the romance of a fire. That was in 1945.
I f you could help me in this matter, I sure would appreciate it.
Thank you,,
John Vukelich
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 1 year ago.

Hi John,

I am glad to read that you saved this from a fire. It is likely done on vellum, which is a type of parchment made from sheep skin. Although it would seem that a 16th century Spanish indenture would have exceptional value, these actually sell for an average of $80 - $150 on today's market.


Expert:  Nora replied 1 year ago.


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