May 2, 1432

“Decree of Valladolid” issued by the Jewish Castilian Assembly [Spain]: “No Jewish male aged fifteen or more shall wear any cloak of gold-thread, olive-colored material or silk, or any cloak trimmed with gold or olive-colored material or silk, nor a cloak with rich trimmings nor with trimmings of olive-colored or gold cloth. […]” [Researcher’s note: This ordinance, originally in Castilian, is an abstract from a legislation enacted on May 2, 1432, by the national Jewish Castilian Assembly at Vallodolid.]
Rader Marcus, Jacob and Marc Saperstein: The Jews in Christian Europe. (2015); Researched by Ziba Shadjaani 11/12/2016