Jun. 14, 1757

“Edict” issued by by the Mayor and [City] Council of Frankfurt [Present-day Germany; Free Imperial City of Frankfurt/Holy Roman Empire]: “[…] 2) […] none of the protected Jews is to co-own a business with a foreign Jew […] 3) We order that no neighboring, foreign Jew is to be permitted to enter the city to  do business outside of the regular market-days […] 4) In order that a distinction can be made between the local and foreign Jews, the latter shall refrain from wearing a coat* when they enter the city or face punishment […]” [Researcher’s note: *This refers to wearing a bekishe most likely.]
Sammlung der Verordnungen der Reichsstadt Frankfurt von Johnn Conradin Beyerbach. Vierter Theil. Commerciengesetze (Collection of ordinance of the Imperial City of Frankfurt. Part four. Commercial Laws); (Frankfurt am Main; 1798); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 3/23/2020