Documents from the Renaissance, detailBy qenwtivu / 01/09/2022 Account book from 1858, of Vasil Hanchov from Teteven Official in the Serbian Chancellery in Constantinople. Notebook with apothecary recipes of the Czech officer Tousek Lived in Bulgaria shortly before and after Liberation. Manuscript of 136 pp. in Latin, German and Czech. Power of Attorney of Dimitar Cenovich, Bucharest September 5, 1875, with the seal of the BRCC, to sign the received shipments, bills or other invitations in the absence of the treasurer of the BRCC. Ticket - Dimitar Pashkov's identity document Co-founder of the Hunting Revolutionary Committee. From the Russian Embassy in Bucharest, April 21, 1877. Baptismal certificate issued by the Orthodox Church "St. Nicholas" Razgrad on October 13, 1876. Inventory of postal items to tax offices and offices in Shumen, Varna, Novi Pazar, Provadia, Kotel, etc., Manuscript in Ottoman Turkish - Arabic and Personal Seals and Seals of the Shumen Post Office, circa 1878. Deed for inheritance of land in the "Kuriite" area Sofia from 1875. Form with a manuscript in Ottoman-Turkish, Arabic, with the tugra (sign) of Sultan Abdul Aziz. Baptismal certificates From the Bishopric of Lovchan, church "All Saints", October 15, 1870 and from Teteven, church "St. Athanasius", 1874 Address to the municipality of Orhanie With signatures and personal seals of 17 municipal officials from Oryahovo, May 17, 1867. Statute of the goldsmith's and coppersmith's guilds in the town of Samokov With signatures of the masters located in two columns. Passport (tesquere for residence) of the Armenian Thomas son of Bogos The document was used by Marin Pope Lukanov during his escape from Diyarbekir in 1876.