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Ulrich's documents
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Ulrich's documents.
Quest item

Ulrich's documents is a quest item in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.

Associated quest


Safe Conduct
accorded to the good gentleman Ulrich of Passau;
We, the Aldermen of the great and glorious City of Passau, do hereby wish God's Grace and Mercy, and do offer Goodwill to all and sundry Princes, religious and secular, Dukes and Counts, Margraves, Barons, Lords and other Nobles, Chamberlains, Ministers and Counsellors, Knights and Squires, Hetmen and Captains, Customs Officials, Treasurers and Officials and Bailiffs of Cities, Towns and Villages and other Settlements, and their Elders and Governors and to all Others who are subject and faithful to the Holy Roman Empire and to all who, by the Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ, shall take into their hands this missal.
Esteemed, gracious, noble and faithful Friends!
We hereby recommend to You each and all the holder of this parchment, the venerable knight Sir Ulrich, good gentleman and our loyal friend, who shall soon come to your Kingdom of Bohemia as our Envoy and Emissary, and we ask You to receive him upon his arrival with the same good will and respect you graciously afford us, to treat him kindly and to suffer him to travel and to assist him in his journey, and to allow him Safe Conduct over all roads, ports, bridges, lands, fiefdoms, counties, provinces, cities, towns, castles, villages and any other places in your Kingdom of Bohemia, and by your good grace to see to Sir Ulrich's safe and unmolested passage in his mission to uphold the Honour and good name of our great city.
Set down in the City of Passau, in the Year of Our Lord 1403.
of Examination of the Coin
On April 2, a test was conducted in Passau of a coin, which was a forgery of the Prague Groschen recently discovered in the Passau House of Exchange. The test was conducted by Master Johannes Bergmann, Honourable Councillor of the City of Passau, who was entrusted with the task by the City Council and who, as a jeweller and goldsmith, has much experience in such matters. The test was supervised by the Deputies of the City Council Mssrs. Joachim Falkenberg, Konrad called Honey-Tongued and Kuno Eiser. Master Bergmann surmised that the forgeries were very well fashioned and for a layman difficult to distinguish from genuine currency. It was also found that the counterfeit had been made by a new method, as yet unfamiliar to Master Bergmann. The core of the coin is stamped from copper sheet and the same is plated with silver amalgam in imitation of the genuine article. The Master Jeweller also noted that the design of the coin is sharply etched and of fine quality, indicating that the counterfeiters had at their disposal a very well-crafted punch.