File:Quittance by Thomassin Potier, furrier des robes and valet de chambre of the Duke of Orléans, 1402 (2).jpg

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English: Quittance by Thomassin Potier, furrier des robes and valet de chambre of the Duke of Orléans, for 48 sols received from Pierre Poquet, receiver of finances of Duchess of Orleans for furrier's work on robes and cloaks [houppelanders] for the Duchess; given at chastreau thry [Toury, near Orléans?], April 1402. French.
Draft, ending 'my seal put here the ...' (translation).
Height: 70 - 80 mm, approx. Width: 335 -360 mm, approx.
Potier did other work for the duke and his family; a different document lists furrier's work by Potier for the Duke and his children from Febr. to 30 April 1402 (Graves, op. cit., 1913, pp. 192 -195; see also pp. 154- 160). Work for the Duchess is also referred to in Brit. Museum Add. Charter 2340 (1399), and an inventory of 1408 lists 'certaines robes fourrures er autres choses de feue madicte dame' (F. M. Graves, Deux inventaires de la Maison d'Orléans (1389 - 1408), Paris 1926, pp. 143 - 150. For houppelandes, see also p. 40).
Pierre Poquet is mentioned elsewhere, e. g. Add. Charter 2736 (1396).
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Author Thomassin Potier
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