Royal Warrant, decorated border and initials to title, incorporating a portrait of Charles I, executed in pen, 66 lines, on vellum, rolled, 680 x 835mm., Great Seal of Charles I (broken with loss) attached on cord, diameter 155mm., in later tin box, [early seventeenth century]
- This Royal Warrant is the grant by Charles I of a Baronetcy to Thomas Mauleverer. The Mauleverer Baronetcy, of Allerton in the County of York, was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 4 August 1641 for Thomas Mauleverer, Member of Parliament for Boroughbridge. Mauleverer was appointed a commissioner of the High Court of Justice in January 1649, and was a signatory of the King's death warrant in that year.