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files licensed for non-commercial use only are not allowed on Commons. However, File:1420 Salustio de Ginebra Peninsula Iberica.jpg and File:1420 Sallust de Geneve.jpg should be neither CC-BY-SA nor non-commercial, but PD-Old or PD-Art as it seems to be a mere reproduction of a world from 1420. You should change the license accordingly. --Túrelio (talk) 08:21, 10 August 2010 (UTC)
regarding your deletion request: these reproductions should be public domain as the originals are from 15th century. Thereby the claims on the source website are likely bogus, though not unusual by museums etc. Therefore, objectively I see no need to delete these images. However, if your fear that these files could be traced to you and eventually result in real-life problems, we could delete them and eventually re-upload them from a "neutral" account. If that is the case or your intention, then please say so. --Túrelio (talk) 14:45, 13 August 2010 (UTC)