Lease contract for the leasing out of an agricultural ewkaf estate located at the village Hromonastiri of Rethymno, at the location Tromiko or Plai-Pezoules, and comprising of a 5 "koilos" field with 146 olive trees and 8 carob trees defining explicitly.
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Title
Lease contract for the leasing out of an agricultural ewkaf estate located at the village Hromonastiri of Rethymno, at the location Tromiko or Plai-Pezoules, and comprising of a 5 "koilos" field with 146 olive trees and 8 carob trees defining explicitly.
Description
The first auction ended at the price of 200 drachmas with two bidders and was repeated due to a higher offer at the end of the procedure. The second ended at the price of 300 drachmas with three bidders. Haralabos Daskalakis was the only one who participated.
Issue Date
1905-06-24
Language
Greek
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54002
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten&Printed
Number of Scanned Documents
4
Identifier
ACREVPR00004
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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