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Christian 8.'s Loan at Interest

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1.4.1821

Christian 8.

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Certificate of indebtedness. Christian (8.) Frederik borrows 9000 scudi at an annual interest of ...

1.4.1821

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Fragment of a letter with a note on the back, probably concerning Christian (VIII) Frederik’...

8.9.1821

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

19.3.1822

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

14.9.1822

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

11.3.1823

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

6.9.1823

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

23.3.1824

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

16.10.1824

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

26.2.1825

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

24.9.1825

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Most of Thorvaldsen’s artworks have arrived safely in Copenhagen though some of the plaster...

1.4.1826

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

17.10.1826

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Payment of the biannual interest of 225 scudi on the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Fre...

9.12.1826

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Johan Gunder Adler

Thorvaldsen calls in the loan of 9000 scudi which Christian (8.) Frederik took from him, cf. cert...

Senest 9.12.1826

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Johan Gunder Adler

Draft letter dated 9.12.1826.

Efter 1.1.1827 - før 16.1.1827

Johan Gunder Adler

Christian 8.

Because of pecuniary difficulties, Adler suggests that Christian (8.) Frederik either 1) asks Tho...

16.1.1827

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Request for deferred payment of the loan of 9000 scudi, which Christian (8.) Frederik took from T...

4.2.1827

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Christian 8.

Thorvaldsen sends a list of the works that can be ready for transportation to Denmark in the spri...

Senest 4.2.1827

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Christian 8.

First and second draft letters dated 4.2.1827.

Senest 4.2.1827

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Christian 8.

Third draft letter dated 4.2.1827.

Senest 4.2.1827

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Christian 8.

Fifth draft letter dated 4.2.1827.

4.2.1827

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Christian 8.

Fourth draft letter dated 4.2.1827.

17.3.1827

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Concerning the way in which Thorvaldsen’s loan to Christian (8.) Frederik is to be paid bac...

17.3.1827

Christian 8.

Bertel Thorvaldsen

The letter expresses dissatisfaction with the number of works for the Church of Our Lady and Chri...

12.8.1828

Johan Gunder Adler

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Adler is surprised that Thorvaldsen has not yet claimed the money which Christian (8.) Frederik h...

9.5.1829

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Johan Gunder Adler

Thorvaldsen announces that he now needs some of the 9000 Roman scudi which Christian (8.) Frederi...

Senest 9.5.1829

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Johan Gunder Adler

Third and last draft of the letter dated 9.5.1829.

Senest 9.5.1829

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Johan Gunder Adler

First and second draft of the letter dated 9.5.1829.