EXTREMELY-RARE DOCUMENT SIGNED BY KING HENRY VII — CHECKING THE ACCOUNT BALANCES OF THE ROYAL TREASURY, OVER 515 YEARS AGO
HENRY VII. (1457-1509). First Tudor King of England. Extremely-rare Manuscript Document Signed, as King, with his monogram ‘HR’, in Latin. Two full pages, folio. “Bawetre [Bawrtry], 22nd year of Henry VII [1506-1507].
A WONDERFULLY REVEALING LETTER FROM THE FUTURE KING EDWARD VIIIth
EDWARD VIII. (1894-1972). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Emperor of India (January 20-December 11, 1936); later known as the Duke of Windsor; abdicated the British throne for: “the woman I love”. Lengthy, Autograph Letter Signed “Edward”, as Prince, to “Spencer”. May 1st, 1925. Revealing biographical content.
GEORGE V — ATTRACTIVE ALS AS KING
GEORGE V. (1865-1936). King of the United Kingdom and Emperor of India (1910-36). Autograph Letter Signed, “George R.I.”, on crested and imprinted Buckingham Palace stationery. Two pages [front and back], octavo. London, June 27, 1925. Excellent condition.
LONG LETTER FROM QUEEN MARY, CONSORT TO GEORGE V
MARY, PRINCESS. (1867-1953). Queen Consort of George V, Empress of Indian and Queen of Ireland. Autograph Letter Signed, “Mary,” on White Lodge Richmond Park black-bordered mourning stationary. Four pages, octavo. No place. February 4, 1892.
SIGNATURE OF ‘FREDERICK THE GREAT’ OF PRUSSIA
FREDERICK II, “THE GREAT” (1712-1786) King of Prussia, composer, musician, and military strategist. His diminutive signature: “Frederic” as cut from a document or letter.
THE FUTURE KING EDWARD VIII — PLANS ON ATTENDING THE CALEDONIAN DINNER WHILE AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY
EDWARD VIII. (1894-1972). King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Emperor of India (January 20-December 11, 1936); later known as the ‘Duke of Windsor’. Autograph Letter Signed “Edward”, as Prince of Wales, on Magdalen College, Oxford University imprinted stationary, To “Dear Stuart”. June 9th, 1913. One page, octavo.
GEORGE III. A FINE DOCUMENT SIGNED, AS KING, WITH A BOLD EXAMPLE OF HIS “MAD-SIGNATURE”
GEORGE III. (1738-1820). King of England. Manuscript Document Boldly Signed, “George R,” at upper-left of first page, with what is referred to as his “Mad-signature”. [His signature penned while being partially blind and coping with an unstable mind]. Two pages, folio. With paper wafer seal attached under his signature. St. James Court. [London], January 8, 1808.