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- Author Jan Tarnowski
- Date of production August 30, 1556
- Place of creation Wiewiórka, Poland
- Dimensions height: 531 x 350 mm, seal: 22 mm (casing: 83 mm)
- ID no. MTH-94
- Object copyright District Museum in Tarnów
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
A parchment with texts in Latin, issued in Wiewiórka, a holiday residence of the Tarnowski family. Suspended on an olive coloured rope is the knight seal of Jan Tarnowski – round, made of red wax, in a wax bowl of a natural colour, with an image of the Leliwa coat of arms, which functions as a symbol of Tarnów to this today, with the legend “IOANNIS COMES IN TARNOW.”more
A parchment with texts in Latin, issued in Wiewiórka, a holiday residence of the Tarnowski family. Suspended on an olive coloured rope is the knight seal of Jan Tarnowski – round, made of red wax, in a wax bowl of a natural colour, with an image of the Leliwa coat of arms, which functions as a symbol of Tarnów to this today, with the legend “IOANNIS COMES IN TARNOW.”
In this document, Jan, Count of Tarnów, Castellan of Kraków, gives permission to the Tarnów provost, Marcin Łyczko, and his brother Piotr, the castle district head, to buy the mill known as “the grand mill” from the existing owners for the price of 400 grzywnas (units of measurement for weighing silver or gold). The mill was located in the suburbs of the city of Tarnów and behind the monastery of Bernardines. The purchase was possible under the following conditions: the owners had the right to take from compensation belonging to the city owners every third rye measure and every fourth measure of wheat, barley, and other spring cereals. At the mill, there was also a fulling workshop from which the mill's new owners could retain every third part of profits for themselves. The contract explained depreciation rules. The owner of the city guaranteed his participation in financing the renovation of the crucial mechanisms of the mill. He promised financial support for the repair of each millstone to the amount of 1 grzywna, covered half of the cost of replacing metal devices such as cords, spindles, tenons and bearings, as well as undertaking to provide the free timber needed for all kinds of work. In the event of a flood, the owner of the city was to ensure that the mill was quickly protected against damage at his own expense, and his subjects were to see to the regulation and protection of the waterways around the mill.
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