70 old official Albanian seals exposed for for the public at National History Museum

 A rare collection of official seals of various Albanian state institutions were put on display at an exhibition that opened its doors to the public at the National History Museum on Monday.

The exhibition, co-organized by the National History Museum and the General Directorate of State Archives, features a collection of 70 official seals preserved at national archives and it will run until October 6.

All seals have been used to affix to contracts, documents, orders and other legal instruments at various times throughout history of the Albanian state.

General-Director of Archives Ardit Bido and Director of the National History Museum Dorian Koçi attended the opening ceremony.

Bido appreciated National History Museum officials for their readiness and continued cooperation between the two institutions.

“Museum objects for some reason have been included in the Central State Archives since its beginnings, and these museum pieces have somewhat been hidden and away from the attention of the citizens, the researchers and all individuals interested to see them. The agreement we are signing today will provide for museum objects being preserved in the Central State Archive to be exhibited and be seen by those interested,” Bido said in his remarks.

He said that the two institutions had decided to exhibit a collection of old official seals first.

“The legislation has changed over the years since in the ‘70s and these seals are no longer used. They are the only piece of evidence in the memory of the state administration,” Bido added./Oculus News

70 old official Albanian seals exposed for for the public at National History Museum 70 old official Albanian seals exposed for for the public at National History Museum Monday, September 25, 2017 Rating: 5
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