You guys are GOOD! I am enjoying this thread. Gee! I might learn something new! Keep going.
I'm late to this party - sorry, but here's my 5 cents worth. Achille Moretti were at Corso Vittorio Emanuele 26, Mantova.Achille Moretti owned and raced a 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C (0312875) through the time period in which this (lire 26.000) check was written. He also sold a Bugatti 35C to Nuvolari approximately one month earlier than the date of the check. The check was in an amount equivalent to roughly one-third the price of a new Alfa Romeo 6C at the time. It could be the price (or a portion of it?) for a well-used Bugatti at the time? So, the Bugatti could be related or unrelated to the check that was written by Nuvolari "in care of my address (at) Alfa Romeo" (presso il mio domicilio ...) ... not exactly a typical thing to find on such a check ... except perhaps among the priveledged elite. That said, it was a different time and it was not long ago that many of us could write a similar check ... that might take a bit longer than normal to clear ... providing all parties agreed to honor the conditions.
Additional references can be found for Achille Moretti as well. If we do enough checking, it is quite likely that we can determine more about the likely implications of what the check was written for.
Thanks for clarifying that word. It makes sense in context and partially answers my question in my post #11 above. I still can't figure out what the next word means.""Pagabile al mio domicilio ..."