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JAMES G. KING & CO. (Bankers, New York)

Part Cheque for £350 payable to Sir Patrick Colquhoun, (1815-1891, Q.C., Chief Justice of the Ionian Islands, Secretary of Leander Club), drawn on Baring Brothers, London, endorsed by him to Messrs Glyn & Co., no date, c.

Item Date:  1875
Stock No:  20114      £25

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[JOACHIM (Prince, 1890-1920, youngest son of Kaiser Wilhelm II) and his wife MARIE AUGUSTE (1898-1983, daughter of Prince Eduard, Duke, 1918, of Anhalt)]

Unsigned Portrait Postcard Photograph, by Adolf Hartmann of Dessau, showing them full length, nearly full face, as engaged couple, he in military greatcoat, she in dark jacket, skirt and hat and a fox fur stole, in a garden, 5½" x 3½", no place, no date but circa

Item Date:  1915
Stock No:  54778      £65

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[JOACHIM (Prince, 1890-1920, youngest son of Kaiser Wilhelm II)]

Unsigned Portrait Postcard Photograph, by Sandau-Sellin of Berlin, showing him standing three quarter length, nearly full face, hands on hips, in full dress military uniform with spiked helmet, 5½" x 3½", published by the Neue Photographische Gesellschaft, no place, dated in pencil on the back 17th November small stain in bottom left corner of blank margin

Item Date:  1910
Stock No:  54777      £55

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JOACHIM (Prince, 1890-1920, youngest son of Kaiser Wilhelm II, married Princess Marie-Auguste of Anhalt, committed suicide after his father's abdication)

Charming Cabinet Photograph by Eugen Kegel of Cassel & Elberfeld, identified in his mother's hand, showing him full length, in period dress in a studio setting

Item Date:  1896
Stock No:  37111      £325

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JOHANN (1825-1911, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg, younger brother of CHRISTIAN IX of Denmark, uncle of Queen Alexandra of Great Britain)

Long Autograph Letter Signed to  Lady MACDONNELL  (wife of Sir Hugh Guion, 1832-1904, soldier and diplomatist, Britsh Ambassador to Denmark, at the time of this letter he was Ambassador to Portugal) telling her about the death of his brother Prince WILLIAM of Glucksburg (1816-1893), thanking her for her letter of condolence "in remembrance of my dear and lamented William's death. We were prepared to see him leaving this world, having been ill the most of last winter ... we saw him in very bad health returning to Bernstorff. Never inclined to follow what physicians proposes, he took with us here to Fredensborg, was obliged to stay in bed, and in ten days he attained what he wished, to go from here and enter into a better life. Everybody regrets his death ... It was so happy the King once again has his daughters here who did and and do all to relief him in his sorrow! ..." continuing at length with good wishes towards her and her family and remembering them all fondly, 3 sides 8vo., Fredensborg, 18th September

Item Date:  1893
Stock No:  30438      £175

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