Jan. 24, 1309

“Writ” of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII addressed to his brother, Archbishop Baldwin of Trier [Present-day Germany]: “King Henry (‘Heinrich’) instructs his highly-beloved prince and brother, Archbishop Baldwin of Trier to pass on and collect expenses in the amount of 394 Mark Cologne currency, which he accrued for his coronation, from the royal Jews in Boppard. Should they, however, be unable to produce the entire sum [on their own], the royal Jews in Oberwesel are to give the remainder […]” [Researcher’s note: The above is a translation of a German summary of the original Latin text.]
Regesta Imperii. Herausgegeben von der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. VI. Die Regenten des Kaiserreichs unter Rudolf, Adolf, Albrecht, Heinrich VII. 1273-1313. Vierte Abteilung: Heinrich VII. 1288/1303-1313. (Wien/Weimar/Köln; 2006); (Regesta of the empire. Published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences. VI. The regesta of the empire under Rudolf, Adolf, Albert, Henry VII. 1273-1313. Fourth section. Henry VII. 1288/1303-1313. (Vienna/Weimar/Cologne; 2006); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 6/12/2020