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Museum im Schloss Bad Pyrmont - "Gesund-Brunnen zu Pyrmont Anno 1772 - Verzeichnis" (museum-digital:ostwestfalen-lippe)
Museum im Schloss Bad Pyrmont Pyrmonter Kurlisten [o.Inv]

Gesund-Brunnen zu Pyrmont Anno 1772 - Verzeichnis

Gesund-Brunnen zu Pyrmont Anno 1772 - Verzeichnis-Deckblatt (Museum im Schloss Bad Pyrmont CC BY-NC-SA)


Verzeichnis derer aufgenommen Brunnengäste und Fremden bei dem Gesund-Brunnen zu Pyrmont Anno 1772.
Das Jahr 1772 beinhaltet 4 Kurlisten und umfasst den Zeitraum vom 06.03. - 26.07.1772.
Als letztes Bild ist eine Getränke-Rechnung vom 25.07.1772 beigefügt.

Das Verzeichnis beinhaltet den Zeitraum vom 15.07. - 26.07.1772.


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