King Ferdinand II of Aragon & Isabella I of Castile Signed 1501 Custom Framed Documents Display with 1474-1504 Spain Blanca Cuenca (JSA & NGC)

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Custom frame measures 27.5" x 33.5" in size and features a document from 1501 that has been hand-signed by the former Queen of Spain, Isabella I of Castile! Display also features a Land Grant document, dated January 1511, signed by King Ferdinand II of Aragon.

Along with the framed document is a 1474-1504 Spain Blanca Cuenca Ferdinand V & Isabel 1 (NGC VF Details | Environmental Damage), (2) 1892 Colombian Exhibition US half dollars (reserv and obverse), a 1906 colored post card depicting the meeting between Columbus and the monarchs, a 19th century antique engraving of Columbus presenting the results of his voyage, an artistic sketch reproduction of Queen Isabella I, and an historical plaque with pertinent dates.

Isabella I of Castile, a formidable and visionary monarch, played a pivotal role in the unification of Spain and the establishment of it as a significant European power in the late 15th century. Ascending to the throne in 1474, her marriage to Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469 was instrumental in the eventual political unification of Spain. Together, they completed the Reconquista by conquering Granada in 1492, ending centuries of Muslim rule on the Iberian Peninsula. Isabella is also renowned for sponsoring Christopher Columbus's 1492 voyage, which led to the European discovery of the New World. Her reign marked the beginning of the Spanish Empire, shaping the course of global history.

King Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452-1516), also known as Ferdinand the Catholic, was a pivotal figure in the history of Spain. He was born on March 10, 1452, in Sos del Rey Católico, Aragon. Ferdinand married Isabella I of Castile in 1469, a union that significantly shaped the future of Spain. Together, they were known as the Catholic Monarchs, uniting their respective kingdoms and laying the groundwork for the modern Spanish state.

His legacy includes the unification of Spain, the establishment of Spain as a dominant European power, and the initiation of Spain's Golden Age. Ferdinand's reign significantly influenced the course of Spanish and world history.

The autograph(s) includes an official James Spence Authentication (JSA) hologram and matching LOA for authenticity purposes.

Authentication: JSA LOA

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