Inspeximus of 7 Sep 1462 with second Great Seal, made during the reign of King Edward IV. The text is illegible; for a possible subject of the document see Calendar of Patent Rolls Edward IV, A.D.1461-1467 (1897), under the same date.
Inspeximus of Edward IV, King of England
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 634
- Dates of Creation1462
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialLatin
- Physical DescriptionSingle sheet
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Inspeximus (literally 'We have seen') is a word sometimes used in letters-patent, reciting a grant, inspeximus such former grant, and so reciting it verbatim; it then grants such further privileges as are thought convenient. The term letters patent in its most general form refers to a letter delivered open with the royal seal attached, designed to be read as a proclamation.
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Given by Dr.Geoffrey John de Cusance Mead in 1964.
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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
17" x 22½"
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