In German maritime cities, a (special) tax on ships and their goods. – A levy on the feudal lord as owner (Latin name of the levy: LAUDEMIA) as soon as an unfree property underwent a change of ownership, i.e., a fee for recording in the manorial register; honorarium. – Coins with legal solder; fully minted coins: Curant coins. – See clearance money, anchor money, anchorage money, boarding money, honorarium, foreign port money, ford money, harbor money, wharf money, crane money, burden money, lighter money, demurrage, lighthouse money, pilot money, cap money, poundage, pratica money, lock money, buoy money.
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