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ANNE (1665-1714). Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
Letter Signed and subscribed in French ('Mon Frere / Votre bonne Soeur / Anne R'), to the duke of Lorraine, 2 pages folio with address-leaf, St James's, 23 April 1709. Assuring him of her continued mutual friendship, and supporting the interests and honour of his house. Referring to his support of the Grand Alliance, she says he will be compensated for not getting the duchy of Montferrat.
£1550 / $1937 / €1813 [No: 26256]

ANNE (1665-1714). Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
Document Signed ('Anne R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, age-soiled and lacking the papered seal, but entirely legible, inlaid in archival paper. Given at Kensington, 12 April 1706.
£1100 / $1375 / €1287 [No: 26461]

[ANNE, Queen] (1665-1714). Queen of England.
Translation of the Prussian King's letter to Queen Anne, thanking Oxford and Cambridge for helping celebrate the Second Jubilee of Frankfurt University, 1706.
£32 / $40 / €37 [No: 2541]
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CHARLES II (1630-1685). King of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Letter Signed (at the head 'Charles R.'), addressed to the attorney general, 1½ pages folio with second leaf bearing endorsements, Whitehall, 22 April 1672. Countersigned at the foot by Henry Bennet, 1st earl of Arlington. Endorsed 'Warrant for a Grant of the Office of Keeper of ye Pallmall at St James to Mr Depuis [sic] & sons in reverc'ion'.
£2250 / $2812 / €2632 [No: 25965]

CROMWELL, Oliver (1599-1658). Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Document Signed, ('Oliver P[rotector]' at the top), 1 page folio (slightly spotted and browned but in overall good condition), Whitehall, 5 March 1657/8. A warrant addressed to the commissioners of the admiralty and navy to send a ship to Dieppe to collect Sir William Whitmore and his tutor and bring them back to any convenient port in England.
£6500 / $8125 / €7604 [No: 26007]
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EDWARD VIII (1894-1972). King of Great Britain and Ireland. Abdicated in 1936.
Autograph Letter Signed ('David') in pencil to his mistress Freda Dudley Ward, 4 pages 8vo on separate leaves, with the original typewritten envelope, 9 June 1919. A letter of considerable historical interest, suggesting that his brother Albert (the future King George VI), was conducting an illicit affair with Sheila, Lady Loughborough.
£2250 / $2812 / €2632 [No: 26201]

ELIZABETH, Queen (1900-2002). Consort of King George VI.
Christmas card signed, undated (traces of mounting on the back), with an inside picture showing a picture of her river-side Balmoral residence, Birkhall. The front of the card bears an embossed golden coronet.
£175 / $218 / €204 [No: 24267]
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FREDERICK II, The Great (1712-1786). King of Prussia.
Document Signed (hastily written 'Guht / Frederich'), 1 page folio with countersignature of Samuel von Marschall in the bottom right and the date, 12 May 1742. The text is also in the hand of von Marschall (1683-1749), finance minister to Frederick II.
£875 / $1093 / €1023 [No: 26417]
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GEORGE I (1660-1727). King of Great Britian and Ireland. Elector of Hanover.
Document Signed (a bold 'George R' at the head) 2 pages from an Establishment Book, large folio on paper (some strengthening at the foot and on the reverse), no date.
£850 / $1062 / €994 [No: 26462]

GEORGE I (1660-1727). King of Great Britian and Ireland. Elector of Hanover.
Document Signed, a good bold signature, 1 page folio on vellum with papered seal and blue revenue stamps, given at St James's 11 January 1714/15. Appointing John Nutt to be a lieutenant in the regiment commanded by Lieutenant General William Seymour, the Queen's Regiment of Foot.
£850 / $1062 / €994 [No: 26553]

GEORGE II (1683-1760). King of Great Britain and Ireland. Elector of Hanover.
Document Signed, 1 page folio on vellum (lacking papered seal), with blue revenue stamps, given at his court at Kensington, 20 June 1727. Appointing John Nutt a lieutenant in the regiment commanded by Lord Cadogan.
£475 / $593 / €555 [No: 26551]

GEORGE II (1683-1760). King of Great Britain and Ireland. Elector of Hanover.
Document Signed, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with embossed blue revenue stamps (lacking papered seal), given at the court of St James's, 31 October 1733. Appointing Wenman Nutt an ensign in the regiment of foot commanded by Lord Cadogan.
£450 / $562 / €526 [No: 26544]

GEORGE II (1683-1760). King of Great Britain and Ireland. Elector of Hanover.
Document Signed (somewhat faintly), 1 page large folio on vellum (lacking papered seal) with blue revenue stamps, given at his court at Kensington, 30 June 1744. Appointing Wenman Nutt a captain lieutenant in the regiment of foot commanded by Lieutenant General Barnell.
£350 / $437 / €409 [No: 26552]

GEORGE III (1738-1820). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Document Signed twice ('George R' and 'approved G.R.'), 1 page folio with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 1 January 1805. Approving the request for twelve officers to be placed on the staff of the Army serving in Ireland.
£425 / $531 / €497 [No: 24551]

GEORGE III (1738-1820). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Signature in ink ('George R') cut from a vellum document. Tightly trimmed at the foot. A note of identification in ink giving the date as 1805.
£135 / $168 / €157 [No: 25319]

GEORGE IV (1762-1830). King of Great Britain and Ireland and king of Hanover.
Document Signed ('George PR') as Prince Regent, 1 page folio on vellum with papered seal, given at Carlton House, 1 December 1814. Appointing Eaton Monins ensign in the 52nd or Oxfordshire regiment of foot commanded by Sir Hildenbrand Oakes. Countersigned by Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth (1757-1844), formerly prime minister, as home secretary.
£350 / $437 / €409 [No: 26190]

GEORGE IV, as Regent (1762-1830). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Signature cut from a document, 19 May 1817, with partial list of Infantry volunteers overleaf.
£65 / $81 / €76 [No: 26402]

[GEORGE V] (1865-1936).
Telegram (received copy) to Lady Beatson, 2 pages on official forms, Buckingham Palace, 9 February 1914. Giving condolences on her husband's death.
£38 / $47 / €44 [No: 0332]
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HENRY, Duke of Gloucester (1900-1974). Son of George V.
Christmas Card, inscribed on the inside 'Henry', dated in pencil in another hand '1924'. The outside shows the prince's cypher.
£45 / $56 / €52 [No: 26440]
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JAMES II (1633-1701). King of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Letter Signed in French ('Votre affectionné Cousin / Jacques R'), to Cardinal Cacia, 1 page folio with address-leaf, St Germain en Laye, 24 January 1698. Thanking the cardinal for his letter of seasonal greetings and for his continued good will, and conveying his own testimony of friendship
£1750 / $2187 / €2047 [No: 26416]
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[KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (1767-1820). Father of Queen Victoria.]
Series of letters by Prince Edward's long-standing mistress, Thérèse-Bernardine de Saint Laurent, comtesse de Montegenêt, Paris, 1820-1823. Twelve long Autograph Letters Signed signed 'T.B. comtesse de Montgenet', largely to Mr Pocock, in fluent but but not always accurate English. Bound in paper-covered boards (modern tape repair) similar to Middle-Hill boards.
£1250 / $1562 / €1462 [No: 25933]
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MARIE AMELIE OF BADEN (1817-1888). Duchess of Hamilton.
Autograph Note Signed to Messrs Coutts & Co, in French, 1 page 12mo (trimmed), Richmond, 26 October 1845. Asking the bankers to receive a package.
£32 / $40 / €37 [No: 22850]

MARIE THERESE (1638-1683). Queen consort of Louis XIV of France.
Document Signed ('Marie Terese'), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, 12 October 1665. Appointing as head baker to her household Jacques Lannier (or Asnier) in succession his father, Antoine Lannier.
£450 / $562 / €526 [No: 21206]
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NEUMOURS, Louis Charles, Duc de (1814-1896). Son of King Louis-Phillipe of France.
Autograph Letter (third person) in French to Monsieur and Madame Figanière, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (remains of red wax seals), Bushy House, Teddington, 20 October 1869. Regretting that they are to leave.
£38 / $47 / €44 [No: 23626]
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ORLEANS, Louis C.P.R., duc de Nemours (1814-1896). Second son of King Louis-Philippe.
Autograph Letter Signed ('Louis Philippe D'Orléans'), in English, to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, Orleans House, 28 June 1863. Expressing thanks for his having been elected an honorary member of the Cosmopolitan Club, and promisng to attend the evening meetings.
£65 / $81 / €76 [No: 24048]

ORLEANS, Louis C.P.R., duc de Nemours (1814-1896). Second son of King Louis-Philippe.
Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to M. de Jarnac, 2 pages 8vo (blank leaf removed, just affecting the end of the signature), York House, Twickenham, 10 February 1869. Thanking him for his letter, reminiscing about happy times past, sending news of mother and infant, and looking forward with anticipation to his next visit.
£55 / $68 / €64 [No: 24049]

ORLEANS, Louis, duc d' (1822-1897). Fourth son of Louis-Philippe; leader of the Orleanists.
Autograph Letter Signed in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher Comte'), 2 pages 8vo, 5 rue de Castiglione, Paris, 16 May 1872. Accepting, on his own and his son's behalf, an invitation to dine, at which they will meet Madame de Montalembert.
£45 / $56 / €52 [No: 24024]
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RAINIER III, Prince (1923-2005). Sovereign Prince of Monaco.
Typewritten Letter Signed to Miss Doris Stewart in Cheshire, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper with the royal crest at the top, Palace of Monaco, 11 June 1970. Thanking Miss Stewart for her birthday wishes and enclosing a colour postcard-sized photogaph of himself, Princess Grace, Prince Albert and the princesses Caroline and Stephanie.
£85 / $106 / €99 [No: 25639]
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VICTORIA (1819-1901). Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Queen Victoria, by Lytton Strachey, first edition 1921, with letters of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert pasted to the endpapers. A good copy with some pencilled annotations and one in ink, the letters affixed on the free endpapers at the front and back.
£1100 / $1375 / €1287 [No: 25499]
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WILLIAM III (1650-1702). King of England, Scotland and Ireland, and prince of Orange.
Document Signed, 1 page folio on vellum with the papered seal intact (age-worn with a some holes slightly affecting the text, a little faint), Breda, 22 May 1694. Countersigned in the lower left hand corner by William Blathwayt (ca 1650-1717).
£850 / $1062 / €994 [No: 26460]

WILLIAM IV (1765-1837). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Document Signed, 1 page folio on vellum with papered seal, given at St James's, 19 November 1830 (the first year of the reign; he had succeeded on 26 June). Appointing Eaton Monins to be a major in the 69th or South Lincolnshire regiment of foot commanded by General Sir John Hamilton. Countersigned by William Lamb, second Viscount Melbourne (later prime minister) as home secretary.
£285 / $356 / €333 [No: 26192]
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