The first part of the Liechtenstein deed book (I LUB) contains the sources for the history of Liechtenstein to the year 1416 (Extinction of the Counts of Vaduz line of mountain-Sargans). Edited, the sources in the archives in Liechtenstein, of Switzerland (particularly St. Gallen and Graubünden), Vorarlberg, Innsbruck and South Germany. The second part of the LUB has been 1997 in progress. It contains the sources of the reign of the Barons of Brandis (1417 to 1510).
Deed books & Cadastral
Deed book in the history of the Lower Rhine and the Cologne archbishopric, principalities of Julich and Berg, Funds, Meurs, Cleves and Mark, and the kingdom of pins Elten, Food and becoming; Bd. 1. Of the year 779 to 1200 including from the sources in the Royal Provincial Archives to Dusseldorf and in the churches- and city archives of the province, and fully explained. Deed book in the history of the Lower Rhine and the Cologne archbishopric, principalities of Julich and Berg, Funds, Meurs, Cleves and Mark, and the kingdom of pins Elten, Food and becoming ; Bd. [...]
Title: Friederich von Dreger, weyl. Royal Prussian Geheimten Finantz-Rath, Codex Pomeraniae Vincinarumque Terrarum Diplomaticus: Or certificates, then the Pomeranian-Rügianisch- and Caminschen, also the neighboring countries, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg, Prussia and Poland to address, consisting of nothing but original research, or at least archiuischen copies in chronological order, compiled and illustrated with notes. (I. Band up to the year 1269 ) In addition to an appendix, which the portraits of the dukes Pomerellischen, some improvements and comments, Specification of a second-hand sources in this band, and a four-fold over the tab therein[...]
The collection of books with the title deed Codex diplomaticus Silesiae the history of Silesia has been published since the last third of the 19. Century by the Association for History and Antiquity of Silesia. This collection of all “online ” volumes available in the DjVu format, I would like to present chronologically:
From the contents: Inscription from the chapel of the castle of Württemberg transfer Elfingen imperial fief of the monastery Maulbronn. Peace treaty with King Rudolf, Count Eberhard the Illustrious. Surrender of the city of Stuttgart to the imperial city of Esslingen.