Allocating a manuscript accepted in lieu of tax
The following manuscript has been accepted in lieu of tax by the Government:
Treaty of Dover, a register of the rights, obligations and arrangements pertaining to Dover Castle and its Constables, in Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on vellum, c.1390-91.
Further details are set out in Arts Council England’s latest Acceptance in Lieu report. The manuscript is at case 34.
Any library, record office or institution in the United Kingdom interested in acquiring this manuscript should first contact James Travers, Cultural Property Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the application process.
You can also contact us at the following address:
Archives Sector Development
The National Archives
Applications for allocation of this material must be received in writing by post or email by Friday, 4 March 2022.
Original article link: https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/news/allocating-a-manuscript-accepted-in-lieu-of-tax/
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