Sophie Dupré - Royalty

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[ÉLISABETH (1901-1950, 5th daughter of Guillaume IV of Luxembourg, wife, 1922, of Prince Ludwig Philipp of Thurn & Taxis, 1901-1933) and her sister SOPHIE (1902-1941, 6th daughter of Guillaume IV, and 1st wife, 1921, of Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony, 1896-1941)]

Cheerful unsigned Portrait Postcard Photograph, by Ch. Grieser of Luxembourg, showing them full length on the steps of their home, Princess Élisabeth in profile sitting near the bottom with her black puppy, Princess Sophie standing higher up with hers, both in white dresses, long hair and a white bow on top, 5½" x 3½", Schloss Colmar-Berg, no date, circa short crease in dark background at top of image

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  54845      £60

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[EAST (William Giles, Royal Bargemaster) and the KING'S WATERMEN]

Press photo by London News Agency, unsigned, showing him and the eight watermen, seated or standing, full face, he in a white suit, they in white jerseys and boaters, they are named on the 'flimsy' on the verso, 6½" x 8½", Henley, July

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  52622      £65

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[EAST (William Giles, Royal Bargemaster)]

Press photo by Newspaper Illustrations Ltd, unsigned, showing him seated, three quarter face, at the tiller of the barge, built for William III in 1690, with its beautifully carved and gilded stern and its ornate canopy, 8" x 10", Henley, July tiny defect and one short closed tear in top left background corner

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  52621      £65

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[EDWARD (George Nicholas, b. 1935, 2nd Duke of Kent, A.D.C. to the Queen)]

Fine unsigned portrait photo by Harlip showing him three quarters length with his arms folded, 9" x 6½", no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  15799      £35

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EDWARD (Prince of Saxe-Weimar, 1823-1902, Field-Marshal in the British Army, playfellow of Queen Victoria)

Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Duke" saying that he understands that "a vacancy has occurred among the Magistrates of Middlesex by the death of Colonal Leakes and I am further informed that Colonel Stedell's name has been submitted to your Grace as a candidate for the appointment. I have known Colonel Stedell since I have been in command of the Home District, since 1870. He ... is a Gentleman of independent means .. in addition Chairman of the Hornsey Local Board of Health ... His Character in that locality is probably well known to you. My own acquaintance with Colonel Stedell has been through his position as Commanding Officer of the 37th Middlesex R.V. and I must say that chiefly owing to his actions in that capacity, the Corps is one of the best in the Metropolis ...", 3 sides 8vo., Horse Guards, 11th March

Item Date:  1876
Stock No:  41069      £85

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