Treaty of Cherbourg
The Treaty of Cherbourg to Officially End the Two Lilies War Between the Kingdom of France and the Kingdom of England
Type of treaty Peace Treaty
Drafted June 22, 1416
March 2, 1417
Cherbourg, Kingdom of France
Sealed March 2, 1417
March 2, 1417
The Signing of Treaty
Signatories Pavillon royal de la France Nicolas du Bosc
Flag of England Henry V
Ratifiers Pavillon royal de la France K. of France
Flag of England K. of England
Depositary Rome, Papal States
Language Latin

The Treaty of Cherbourg was a treaty that pertained to the Two Lilies War, and established peace between the French parties and the English parties in the War.


  1. The Kingdom of England will cede English Aquitane to the Kingdom of France, which includes the fiefs of Bordeaux and Bayonne. 
  2. The Kingdom of England will cede English Angleterre in Northern Gaul including the Pale of Calais and Areas around Le Crotoy to the Kingdom of France.
  3. The Kingdom of England and its alliance will have an eighteen-year truce with the Kingdom of France, during this period, trade can resume between the nations.
  4. The Kingdom of France will compensate the Kingdom of England with 25,000 livre, to not pursue any English claims on the Kingdom of France.


By Grace of God, Regent of France, Nicolas du Bosc: Flippedlion NicDonalds Lionsymbol 19:09, August 2, 2016 (UTC)

King of England, Henry V:             Great Seal of the United States (obverse)    SCRAWLAND INVICTUS || REX IMPERATOR   02:42, August 3, 2016 (UTC)

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