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10/04/1469 Monarchy Candidate - Juliannabariman

The KAP endeavored to interview each of the candidates for the English Monarch elections, each of the candidates has replied so far, and their answers will be published in separate articles.

The same questions were asked to all candidates who we had access to. All candidates were approached at the same time. They chose which questions to answer. Interviews will be published in order of when the candidates responded. Answers will be published as written by the candidates provided they do not violate the guidelines of the KAP Charter.

I now bring you an interview with Candidate for the throne, Lady Julianna Bariman Taldus.



Q: Tell us about your family history?
A: Winslow Family actually harks back centuries to the trade merchant Francis Winslow, the bastard son of shopkeeper's daughter and the younger son of a local lord. The noble family secretly gave Francis' mother a monthly stipend on the condition that she never reveal her son's true father to anyone, including Francis. At his maternal grandfather's insistence, half of the stipend was used for Francis' education, while the rest was given to him when he set out to create a life of his own.

When Francis turned 18, his paternal family "anonymously" bought him a naval commission. After serving several years in service to his country, Francis retired and started a simple trade business to give himself an excuse to visit his mistress in Flanders. Since then, most of the Winslows have been in the business of trading goods. There have been monks, alchemists, and other tradesmen, but something in the Winslow blood enjoys the work of merchant traders. Though most are noticeably more loyal to their spouses than their esteemed forebearer.

The House of Winslow was established in 1467, and is connected to the Dorchester family through a marriage generations ago between Donald Winslow and, Marie Wessex. The Winslow family is also connected to the Cribbins, through matrilineal lines. Our closest ally is the Sharpe family.

Q: Is there a previous monarch that you identify with in particular?
A: Not in particular, to be honest.

Q: Do you intend to tour everywhere? Or how else will you decide how to split your time in England?
A: I do plan to tour all the towns of England, but instead of the traditional tavern crawl, I plan to give my subjects a chance to duel me.

Q: What is your approach to conflict and can you give an example of conflict resolution?
A: Proper prioritizing of matters reduces many conflicts, as it lessens the frustration of groups as a whole. Then it’s a matter of determining what is actually desired and what outcome is appropriate in general.

My first term as Countess, I had someone who was rather new to England become very determined to make their mark on everything. His constant opening up new topics to discuss not only overwhelmed our council in general, it also made it hard to discuss the truly pressing issues for our county. Obviously he wanted to contribute, but lacked the experience to understand what was needed to be done first. I provided a priority matrix, and provided a way to get items on our agenda.

Q: What kind of leadership experience do you have?
A: Over thirty terms as Mayor of Penrith, Countess of Westmorland for six terms, and Speaker of the HOP for four terms. Also head of the Winslow family.
I have also served as Keeper of the Privy Seal, and junior representative of Westmorland in the Royal Embassy.


Q: What do you consider your greatest accomplishment in life?
A: The creation of Maybaugh Henge in Penrith.


Q: What specific virtues do you hope people know you for and why?
A: Efficiency and ingenuity. I want to bring new energy to England in ways that actually work.

Q: Tell us what type of person do you see supporting you?
A: Those who want stability without extra drama, with a view towards our community as a whole.

Q: Tell us what type of person you are looking for in your privy and royal administration in general?
A: My privy has been set for weeks now and there only a few not so urgent positions that I haven’t confirmed. My picks have been dictated by the challenges presented by each position. I have a combination of experience, newer people, and a person or two who’ve come out of retirement.

Q: Who is someone important to you who is alive today and what kind of role do you expect them to take if you were to become monarch?
A: Andreas Sharpe, my heir.

Q: Tell us something you do to make yourself feel better when stressed, sad or otherwise upset?
A: Creating something artistic.

Q: Comment on international politics?
A: England needs to work harder on their diplomatic ties.

Q: How do you feel about mushrooms?
A: Essential to life and wellbeing. Mushrooms brings the circle of life together and resonate with the harmony of the universe.

Q: What is one specific project that you as monarch intend to personally focus on?
A: The Queen’s Quest - a special quest of several parts, where at the end they earn the title of Queen’s Champion. The participants who are not already knighted will have the opportunity to be knighted then.

Q: What is your least favorite thing in the world? What is your most favorite thing?
A: People who create drama for attention.

Q: Where can people find your platform?
A: Good cheese.

Q:Where can people find your platform
A: London Commons

Q: What is the best way for the general public to get answers if they have more questions?
A: The London Commons campaign office. Sussex - Devon - Mercia - Westmorland

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10/04/1469 Monarchy Candidate - Destrian

The KAP endeavored to interview each of the candidates for the English Monarch elections, each of the candidates has replied so far, and their answers will be published in separate articles.

The same questions were asked to all candidates who we had access to. All candidates were approached at the same time. They chose which questions to answer. Interviews will be published in order of when the candidates responded. Answers will be published as written by the candidates provided they do not violate the guidelines of the KAP Charter.

I now bring you an interview with Candidate for the throne, Lord Destrian Blackwell.



Q: Tell us about your family history?
A: The Blackwell family has long since resided within the borders of England. Our bloodline can be traced back to the tribes of old which succeeded in repelling Gaius Julius Caesar. Ever since the Blackwell legacy has been forged upon the anvils of leadership and justice.

Q: Do you have a specific claim to the throne?
A: The throne belongs solely to the people of England, only by their leave may an individual have the honour to sit upon it. Therefore I do not believe any individual has a claim to the throne prior to the elections.

Q: Is there a previous monarch that you identify with in particular?
A: Queen Shellara stood resilient in a time of rebellion and internal strife. While wyldfire spread through the Realm she fought to preserve its unity and ultimately sacrificed her life in doing so. I can only aspire to live up to the standard she set for all of us.

Q: Do you intend to tour everywhere? Or how else will you decide how to split your time in England?
A: I intend to travel to each of the Counties and give each of its residents the opportunity to approach the Crown with their requests. I wish to act as a catalyst for renewed unity, showing that all Counties are entitled to an equal division of the Monarch’s time.

Q: What is your approach to conflict and can you give an example of conflict resolution?
A: Establishing common ground is the core to resolving any conflict. It serves as a bridge upon which both sides of an argument can come together in an effort to remedy a situation. The most notable example of conflict resolution would be evidently long standing policy differences between Baroness Marjaery and I. In the past our differing perspectives would often clash. However through active listening and finding areas where we agree rather than disagree we’ve been able to resolve any issues. In fact we’ve come to discover we work rather well together and will put our combined effort into serving England.

Q: What kind of leadership experience do you have?
A: My most notable leadership experience is my service as the Count of Westmoreland, as Attorney General and as Speaker of the House of Parliament.

Q: What do you consider your greatest accomplishment in life?
A: I view both my contribution to the Battle of Penrith of 1467 and my political achievements when it comes to strengthening our legal system as accomplishments. However my greatest accomplishment will be the unbreakable bonds I’ve formed over my lifetime with friends and family while residing within England.

Q: What specific virtues do you hope people know you for and why?
A: Being righteous is something I’ve always strived for. Be it in my political decisions from the numerous positions of power I’ve held or in my current verdicts as Judge of Sussex. I strongly believe in adhering to Justice and basing my choices from a perspective of neutrality rather than bias. It is my hope to have proven over the years that I am fair, regardless of my affiliations or believes.

Q: Tell us what type of person do you see supporting you?
A: It is my wish that those citizens of England that seek to mend the divide that plagues us would vote for me. The lack of unity has weakened not only our defences against outside threats but has also deteriorated relations between counties. I hope to see those who seek positive tangible change in our community vote for me.

Q: Tell us what type of person you are looking for in your privy and royal administration in general?
A: While certain individuals with vast knowledge and experience have long since resided within numerous privy councils I wish to see new faces. People who desire to put themselves to the task of serving England in their fullest capacity. The royal administration is best served by people who seek to better our community rather than just better themselves. Those are the kind of individuals I am looking for.

Q: Who is someone important to you who is alive today and what kind of role do you expect them to take if you were to become monarch?
A: There is two individuals who are incredibly important to me, my sisters Lenae and Kitty. Should I be elected they will take upon themselves the most difficult and arduous task within the administration, the role of sisters to Destrian Blackwell.

Q: Tell us something you do to make yourself feel better when stressed, sad or otherwise upset?
A: A moment of respite in the Drunken Mallard with merry banter among friends and family. Perhaps a pint of ale or two to celebrate life. Few things are more relaxing.

Q: Comment on international politics?
A: The international politics at this given stage are incredibly complex and a short comment would not do it justice. Suffice it to say that we must strengthen our alliances with foreign nations and aid our Embassy to see their diplomatic missions succeed. In such a fractured and tense international political landscape it is vital we can rely on our friends and are reliable to our friends.

Q: How do you feel about mushrooms?
A: The usage of a certain variety of mushrooms is a longstanding family tradition. My father always said: ‘’Variety is the spice of life and what is hedonism if not variety?’’

Q: What is one specific project that you as monarch intend to personally focus on?
A: I will seek to pursue a Bill of Rights which shall codify all the inherit rights to which citizens of England are entitled to. Only through establishing the rights of people can we hope to be a fair and just society.

Q: What is your least favorite thing in the world? What is your most favorite thing?
A: Taxes, as certain as death but terrible for my mood. My most favourite thing is my bird Dura Dura, ever cheerful and has the chirp of an angel.

Q: Where can people find your platform?
A: - My main headquarters can be found in the London Commons - My county headquarters can be found in Sussex - In Devon - And in Mercia.

Q: What is the best way for the general public to get answers if they have more questions?
A: The easiest way would simply be to write me a letter directly or to find me within the many taverns of Lewes. I aspire to answer any question asked.

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10/04/1469 Monarchy Candidate - Vivienne_degrey

The KAP endeavored to interview each of the candidates for the English Monarch elections, each of the candidates has replied so far, and their answers will be published in separate articles.

The same questions were asked to all candidates who we had access to. All candidates were approached at the same time. They chose which questions to answer. Interviews will be published in order of when the candidates responded. Answers will be published as written by the candidates provided they do not violate the guidelines of the KAP Charter.

I now bring you an interview with Candidate for the throne, Lady Vivienne Phoenix de Grey.



Q: Tell us about your family history?
A: I am descended from two old families of England.. de Phoenix and de Grey. I believe I am the last de Phoenix as the rest, to my knowledge, have gone to Jah.
My mother and father spent some years in Italy, Naples to be precise, where I was born. I was raised in Venice under the care of the Doge and was a courtesan in my younger years. I came to England, and since made a home here... slowly getting to know my fellow de Grey relatives.


Q: Do you have a specific claim to the throne?
A: Does anyone? *laughs* No, I do not hold some claim to the throne by right or destiny.

Q: Is there a previous monarch that you identify with in particular?
A: Monarch? No... However, there are two regencies from which I draw many lessons.. One being the Regency of Prince Lorudce Lancaster and the other, my kinswoman, Saint Gabrielle. Both had different styles of leadership, which both had strengths and weaknesses.. but the one thing in common, the ability to exercise empathy.

Q: Do you intend to tour everywhere? Or how else will you decide how to split your time in England?
A: It is intended to visit each county, most assuredly. It is also important for the monarch to be accessible and visible to the public. Should I win, I will hide away. I will strive to be as accessible as I am now. Though I am sure the Royal Guard will not be thrilled.

Q: What is your approach to conflict and can you give an example of conflict resolution?
A: Head on! Meet it, understand it, use reason and offer compromise. Never talk or punch down.. equity is attained between those who take an equal footing first.
As per conflict... Parly is known for it. *smiles* Sometimes good natured jabs to make a point and sometimes more vicious defamations of character. I worked to get a set of rules in Parly for visiting speakers and members to adhere to. It has helped some.. and I am proud of that small step made to alleviate conflict.


Q: What kind of leadership experience do you have?
A: Besides being a leading voice in Parly and active in my county council, none.

Q: What do you consider your greatest accomplishment in life?
A: I don't think I have had a greatest accomplishment... I have accomplished things, of course.. but none of them I consider greater than the other. Each accomplishment has been a piece of a greater whole. The whole being the entirety of my life.. and that greatest accomplishment I would like to be is ensuring equity for all citizens and creating an atmosphere of empathy.

Q: What specific virtues do you hope people know you for and why?
A: Here we say the word empathy again.. I bet you are tired of that word. *laughs* Seriously though, the ability to listen and understand another, even if an oppositional point of view and be willing to work with it, coming to a solution that is fair for all concerned.

Q: Tell us what type of person do you see supporting you?
A: One would hope all types, of course that is fantasy. I do hope to gain support from those who appreciate honesty, are logically minded and able to make their own parade rather than hopping on bandwagons.

Q: Tell us what type of person you are looking for in your privy and royal administration in general?
A: Easy, people who are able to communicate directly and honestly on issues without denigrating another to make a point. I will seek people willing to speak their mind publicly and respectfully...

Q: Who is someone important to you who is alive today and what kind of role do you A: expect them to take if you were to become monarch?
The people who are important to me are people who I am not necessarily friends with but who make me think, reconsider, re-evaluate.. There is a list of people who do this.. One is His Grace Count Eddward of Mercia, another is Chief Justice Jesijajo and the last I shall mention of a greater list... the Viscountess of Sturminster Newton, Lady Hulda.
Should they wish to be part of my Privy or Household... I would expect them to do the same thing.. challenge my beliefs, my stances and make me reconsider my views.


Q: Tell us something you do to make yourself feel better when stressed, sad or otherwise upset?
A: I am a sculptor.. Retreating to my workshop to create... working on the improvement of bone china and glazing pigments, clears my mind and relaxes me.

Q: Comment on international politics?
A: A very complex subject that I leave to the capable hands of the Royal Embassy to advise the Crown and other national institutions on.

Q: How do you feel about mushrooms?
A: Love them!! Whether it is in stews or roasts.. lightly battered and fried... delicious. Marinated in burgundy then sautéed with shallots, a little tamarind and served with a juicy steak, the best!

Q: What is one specific project that you as monarch intend to personally focus on?
A: A simple answer.... Getting the counties to see commonalities than differences and furthering a level of trust between them.

Q: What is your least favorite thing in the world? What is your most favorite thing?
A: My least favourite thing? Duplicity, two-facedness. My favourite thing? Seeing people happy.

Q: Where can people find your platform?
A: Of course in the Commons of London.. and in Mercia. Sadly due to otherworldly constraints opening auxiliary platforms in Sussex, Devon or Westmorland will not be possible. A matter I wish would be reviewed but it is what is and once the cow has been milked there is no squirting the cream back up the udders.. So here we are to see it through as best we can.

Q: What is the best way for the general public to get answers if they have more questions?
A: Write me... approach me in the street... come by my home in Lichfield or to Compton Wynyates. If you come with good intention for sensible conversation, I am more than willing to entertain or answer letters.
Thank you again for this opportunity to speak to the people. The role the KAP plays in England is a vital service and often under appreciated... So Thank You..


Written and Published by Mortyn Editor in Chief for the English KAP.
Resources such as the right to respond and rules of the KAP cane be found
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10/04/1469 Monarchy Candidate - Cerculetze

The KAP endeavored to interview each of the candidates for the English Monarch elections, each of the candidates has replied so far, and their answers will be published in separate articles.

The same questions were asked to all candidates who we had access to. All candidates were approached at the same time. They chose which questions to answer. Interviews will be published in order of when the candidates responded. Answers will be published as written by the candidates provided they fit within the constraints of the KAP Charter.

First to respond to our questions was candidateCerculetze de Burgess Hill


Q: Tell us about your family history?
A: Family history? Let's see! Born in good ,old Canterbury. Adopted and raised by Lady Starsong, most patient and wise woman in the world. Too bad I'm not much like her! No blood siblings. Married and divorced young. No children. On a metaphorical level, if I am allowed and cheesiness included, I consider everyone from Canterbury and later on Lewes to be my family.

Q: Do you have a specific claim to the throne?
A: In terms of titles, bloodline, political experience or status I have no specific claim to the throne. However, in time I come to learn that power resides wherever people believe it resides.


Q: Is there a previous monarch that you identify with in particular?
A: If there's ever been a King/Queen Next Door, I want to be that one.

Q: Do you intend to tour everywhere? Or how else will you decide how to split your time in England?
A: Yes, I do intend to tour everywhere and meet up with everyone. I always feel that being in the taverns and actually listening to people's concerns beats whatever boring talk you can have in the *locked chambers*. Theories and pompous ideologies wont keep one fed, only fed up if anything.

Q: What is your approach to conflict and can you give an example of conflict resolution?
A: I think that we can all agree, best way to approach a conflict is by drowning it in alcohol. Joke aside, heartfelt, honest communication , where all sides bring forward their frustration but also their vision on how to make things better should be they key to all conflict resolution. But, if everything fails, like I always say *les whinning, more wine-ing, folks!*

Q: What kind of leadership experience do you have?
A: I do not have leadership experience. Unless 2 terms mayor and who knows how many years mentoring count. Or being Sussex Fashion Queen once. Or watching Elsbet and her mighty Rolling pin exercise leadership in full swing a couple of times.

Q: What do you consider your greatest accomplishment in life?
A: My greatest accomplishment so far is not killing David Blackwood. If Im being serious, my greatest accomplishment is having brought my humble contribution to the beautiful community I live in currently.

Q: What specific virtues do you hope people know you for and why?
A: You'll have to ask them! Yes, I'd really like to know their opinion after 11 years of living together. I can only hope I am still fun to have around.

Q: Tell us what type of person do you see supporting you?
A: Noisy-fun-active-drunk-uncomplicated-socially involved person.

Q: Tell us what type of person you are looking for in your privy and royal administration in general?
A: Noisy-fun-active-drunk-uncomplicated-socially involved person.

Q: Who is someone important to you who is alive today and what kind of role do you expect them to take if you were to become monarch?
A: I'd like Richard "Casper" Rodriguez to be on my side for this if he'd be up for it as only politician I know who speaks *politics-for-beginners* fluently. Definitely, Id want Lady Helennto be my heir, if she'd be willing to take this journey with me. There's a certain Tyg3r of Westmorland Id like to have as head of security should he accept.

Q: Tell us something you do to make yourself feel better when stressed, sad or otherwise upset?
A: I swing from the chandelier. *laughs* I write/read/create fruit puns. And ocasionally write fun stuff in "The Gossip Columnist".

Q: How do you feel about mushrooms?
A: I like them firm, mold-free, farm-fresh,non-poisonous.

Q: What is one specific project that you as monarch intend to personally focus on?
A: Communication and friendification between counties.

Q: What is your least favorite thing in the world? What is your most favorite thing?
A: My least favorite thing in the world: bad fashion sense equals capital sin.
A: My most favorite thing in the world: puns. And doodles.

Q: What is the best way for the general public to get answers if they have more questions?
A: Mail, pigeon, taverns.Cerculetze's Anti-campaign tent Thank you, Sir! This has been fun!

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07/04/1469 Spotlight Minutes with Destrian Blackwell

Today, I would like to welcome Destrian Blackwell, council member from Sussex and one of the deputy speakers of the House of Parliament.

It is great to have you here today, thank you for coming. Let's start out with something many may not know. Where were you born? If you do not live there now, what made you want to move to somewhere else?

Destrian - I was born many years ago in the town of Salisbury in Devon. After the death of my parents due to the plague I desired to see all of England, see all of its town and hear their stories. Throughout my life I've lived in every single County in England at one point or another as a result. Currently I reside within the town of Lewes in Sussex.

That seems you had a bit of a vagabond lifestyle for some time. Adventure awaits for those that wander! Now, tell us about your home life. What do you do for fun? What makes your home special to you?

Destrian - I am a fervent chess player and I enjoy playing all manner of individuals. But ultimately my home is special due to the presence of my two much loved sisters. My home is where my family is.

Yes, I agree, family is important. Besides your home where is your favourite place to spend in your non-working hours?

Destrian - The Drunken Mallard in Lewes, the official Blackwell family tavern. I've had some of my best discussions with people there as well as excellent banter.

Debate and banter do seem to make or a great past time. I see that you are a judge and lawyer. How did you start involving yourself in law? What made you want to pursue that profession?

Destrian - Society often has the tendecy to demand a guilty verdict before a Court hearing has even come to pass. While I believe that people should be held accountable for their actions I am also a vehemoth proponent of certain fundamental legal rights. In the pursuit of Justice and in an effort to balance the scales I became a defense attorney. I've always been driven by the principle that no man is guilty until proven as such in a Court of law. Practicing law has allowed me to aid our legal system in upholding that principle and with it I hope to have made England a little more just.

I see you have worked with many in the justice system. Have you ever had to work with someone whose personality clashes with you? How did you handle it?

Destrian - Almost exclusively have I worked with various notable individuals whom had disagreeing perspectives compared to my own. I have a rather outspoken personality and a tendency to fight for what I believe to be righteous, even if this does not always make friends. Regardless, over the years I've learned that listening and finding common ground is more important than advocating ones viewpoints. By trying to come closer to one another and seeking an appropriate compromise it is possible to overcome even the greatest of differences in personalities.

That sounds like a very wise attribute to have.What accomplishment have you done in England, that makes you proud?

Destrian - Throughout my lifetime there have been various political and legal related accomplishments. However if I'd have to take something in which I personally take great pride it would be my small contribution as a simple soldier in the Battle of Penrith of 1467. A pretender King had emerged and dug himself in at the town of Penrith, throwing the countryside into chaos. Yet from all over England good people rallied to the banner of the Crown, regardless of County or political affiliation. We were unified then and as a whole we beat back the rebels and restored order to the Realm. I feel honoured to have been part of that endeavor, small as my contribution may have been, and I hope to see this Country bring about the same level of unison we had back then.

Unison is a hard thing to accomplish. But if you agree to the same things it can be done. Do you think that England is healthy and successful? If not, what do you think could be done to improve things?

Destrian - England as a whole is a successful Country. However, an ever increasing rift and raising tensions between our citizens has become an apparent issue. I believe I have the capabilities to act as a neutral liaison to restore unison amongst all of us. It will be a daunting task demanding the cooperation of the entire Realm, but I do not believe it to be impossible. We are all English and the English will ultimately always stand side by side when needed, despite our differences.

I see that you are running for Monarch. I promise I have just a few questions for you on that as I promised to keep most of that to the minimum for our interview. Tell us, what makes you stand out from the other candidates?

Destrian - I am the chosen candidate for those people who wish positive change for England. While certain other candidates mainly seek to maintain the status quo, an honourable pursuit, I seek to implement tangible change. I am running not for my personal ambitions but to pose England with a real choice in these elections. Do we desire to continue the path we've walked that past Monarchs set out for us or do we decide it is finally time for a change within our community? In me the people have a candidate that can take England on a different path than we have seen over the past year. A path of fairness, justice and equal representation throughout all major facets of government.

Fairness and equal representation would be a good thing for many people in the service of England I believe. Now, what is the one major issue you plan to address should you win the seat?

Destrian - There is various issues that I'd like to deal with foreign relations, the REN and the Nobility. However, I shall also begin to work closely with Parliament to set out in the creation of a Bill of Rights. I believe that every citizen of England is entitled to a certain amount of inherent rights which are currently not codified. By pursuing this Bill I seek to strengthen our society as a whole.

Should you win I will follow closely on this bill as it seems to be what is needed right now. However, if you lose the election, what will you do next?

Destrian - The beauty of these elections is that it gives the people of England a voice. Once the people have spoken and their choice is known I will support their decision. Should England choose another worthy of the Throne then I shall support their endeavours in full as the rightful Monarch of England. However, I will continue to advocate a need for unity and fairness within our Country. I believe it to be critical to our community and will make efforts to bring it about, even if I am not elected.

One last question for you, something fun to leave us with. Please tell us one thing that is a rarely known fact about you.

Destrian - I have a particular fondness for nature and animals. My bird Dura Dura is a much treasured companion to me.

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated I have been told. Thank you for sitting with me today.

Destrian - I thank you for the interview and appreciate you having given me the opportunity to speak.

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Gudgeon 17.68 -0.04
Trout 17.51 0
Pound of olives 13.38 0
Pound of grapes 9.18 0
Sack of barley 10.67 0
Half-hundred weight of goat carcasses 18.99 0
Bottle of goat's milk 12.81 0
Tapestry 143.6 0
Bottle of olive oil 121.94 -0
Jar of agave nectar N/A N/A
Bushel of salt 19.89 0
Bar of clay 3.43 -0
Cask of Scotch whisky 93.32 -0
Cask of Irish whiskey 131.27 0
Bottle of ewe's milk 10.57 0
Majolica vase 10 0
Porcelain plate N/A N/A
Ceramic tile N/A N/A
Parma ham 84.97 0
Bayonne ham 34.65 -0
Iberian ham 70.28 0
Black Forest ham 54.72 0
Barrel of cider 51.16 0
Bourgogne wine 76.22 0
Bordeaux wine 60.89 0.31
Champagne wine 141.21 -5.25
Toscana wine 33.69 0
Barrel of porto wine 87.44 0
Barrel of Tokaji 163.71 0
Rioja wine 159.19 0
Barrel of Retsina 36.79 -0
Pot of yoghurt 85.17 -0
Cow's milk cheese 77.07 0
Goat's milk cheese 85.06 2.5
Ewe's milk cheese 52.26 0
Anjou wine 50.88 -0
Ewe carcass 15.03 0
Mast 456.7 0
Small sail 215.71 0
Large sail 838.79 0
Tumbler of pulque N/A N/A
Jar of pulque N/A N/A