Dec. 29, 1373

Jew Ordinance, issued by the City Council of Cologne [Present-day Germany]: “It is ordered that neither Jews nor Jewesses shall loan any money against wet or bloody garments, nor against any small items that appear to belong to a church.”
Weyden, Ernst. Geschichte der Juden in Köln am Rhein von den Römerzeiten bis auf die Gegenwart (History of the Jews in Cologne, from Roman Times Until the Present). DuMont: Cologne, 1867. Page 386. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 7/20/2020