Jun. 8, 1330

Writ of Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV [Present-day Germany]: “Louis, the Bavarian pawns/transfers (‘versezet’) the Jews of Augsburg to Peter Hoheneck for 300 Mark silver [… and orders] that they are to give him annually sixty* Pound Augsburger pennies (‘Pfund Ausbuger Pfennige’) [… and Louis gives Hoheneck another] one hundred Mark silver, for which the Jews are to give [another] 20 Pound [Ausburger] pennies (‘Pfund Ausbuger Pfennige’) [annually…]” [Researcher’s note: The above is a translation of a German summary of the old original text which can be found in Oefele’s Rerum Boicarum Scriptores (Volume I). *According to Oefele, Jews were ordered to pay ‘eighty’ Pound of Augsburger pennies per year, while Wiener’s and Böhmer’s texts both read ‘sixty’ pounds.]
Regesten zur Geschichte der Juden in Deutschland während des Mittelalters. Bearbeitet von Dr. M. Wiener. Erster Teil. (Regesta regarding the history of Jews in Germany during the Middle Ages. Edited by M[eir] Wiener, PhD. First Part.); Hannover; 1862; Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 7/20/2020