Jul. 9, 1717

“Ordinance” issued by King Fredrick II of Prussia [Present-day Germany]: “His royal Majesty of Prussia […] Our gracious lord, order […] the Jews of Frankfurt herewith that they shall not take any of their acquired/purchased pelts/[animal] fur/hides to any other place but to Frankfurt first in order to sell them or risk losing their merchandize or […] be fine/punished […] and to refrain from engaging in any kind of fraud […].”
State Archive of Berlin. Preußische Rechtsquellen Digital/Corpus Constitutionum Marchicarum (Prussian Legal Sources); www.staatsbibliothek-berlin.de; Accessed online; Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 1/4/2020