Sept. 23, 1434

Jew-Ordinance, issued by the City Council of Augsburg [Present-day Germany]: “The Jews of Augsburg shall wear a yellow [cloth] ring, which is to measure a span in width, and a thumb in breadth, on their coat or jacket, where it shall not be covered. Foreign Jews who come to the City shall do the same. Contraventions shall be fined with three guilders, as well one month of exile from the City.”
Wiener, Morris (Ed.). Regesten zur Geschichte der Juden in Deutschland während des Mittelalters [Regests on the History of the Jews in Germany During the Middle Ages]. Hahn: Hannover, 1862. Page 193. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 2/3/2020