1567, October 31


King Frederick II of Denmark permits Johan Munsterman from Bremen to trade with the harbour Kummerwage in Iceland until further notice, on the condition that he will not trade sulfur or fish oil, trade commodities of good quality, and will not use false measures and weights.

Created for and published on the HANSdoc website of the German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven, by Bart Holterman in the context of the research project Between the North Sea and the Norwegian Sea: interdisciplinary Studies of the Hanse. Licensed CC BY.

Copenhagen, Rigsarkivet

Danske Kancelli, Registre over alle Lande 9, f. 362.

Diplomatarium Islandicum 15:29 (after a transcript by Jón Sigurðsson, JS 493 4to).

Vdj liige maade fick Johann Mustermann till Bremenn breff paa enn haffn vdj forschreffne syssell. kaldis Kumbare woge for liige saadanne affgifftt. effther som forschreffuit staar etc. och med forschreffne wilbor. Datum Aarhussgaard 31. octobris aar etc. 1567.

Transcript copied from Diplomatarium Islandicum.