Lot of 3 Letters from Branica Family in Zlarin
The lot features a stamped document from 1818 and two letters, signed by Gašpar and Ivan Branica (Gasparo and Giovanni Branizza) to their brother. The letters were written between 1877-78 in Zlarin, Croatia. The correspondence sheds light on the waning state of olive cultivation, which later contributed to an agricultural crisis in Zlarin, that hasn’t recovered to this day. The letters also serve as a valuable artifact for the Branica family, who originated from Šibenik.
Dimensions: 29 x 23 cm (Branica family letters); 35 x 23 cm
Condition: Folded, paper browning and staining, signs of wear, tears and small holes in the creases. For item condition and details see the scans. More photos available on demand.
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