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THE PARENTS OF TSAR NICHOLAS II
[ALEXANDER III (1845-1894, Emperor of Russia from 1881) & his wife MARIE FEODOROVNA (Princess Marie Dagmar, 1847-1928, sister of Queen Alexandra of Britain)]

Fine unsigned Russian carte de visite photo showing the future Tsar in uniform, full length, seated with the Empress standing next to him with her hands folded on the back of his chair, 4" x 2½", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1865
Stock No:  39207      £225

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THE PARENTS OF TSAR NICHOLAS II
[ALEXANDER III (1845-1894, Emperor of Russia from 1881) & his wife MARIE FEODOROVNA (Princess Marie Dagmar, 1847-1928, sister of Queen Alexandra of Britain)]

Fine unsigned Russian carte de visite photo showing the future Tsar in uniform, full length, seated outside a building with the Empress standing inside the window, looking out over her husband, 4" x 2½", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1870
Stock No:  39206      £225

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THE AILING TSAR GREETS HIS FUTURE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
ALEXANDER III (1845-1894, Emperor of Russia from 1881)

Personal Autograph Letter in French Signed 'Sacha' roughly translated to "The Emperor of Russia. Livadia. Arrived last night. Minny happy to see Alyx, who is very good. Let us embrace tenderly. Let's think a lot about the sad day today. Sacha", 1 side 8vo., Livadia, no date but

Item Date:  1894
Stock No:  39240      £2250

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BARRIE (Sir James M., 1860-1937, Novelist & Dramatist, Writer of 'Peter Pan')

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent acknowledging "with thanks receipt of cheque for £10 for article 'Pro Bono Politics' in the Fortnightly ..." with a postscript "Edit; Fortnightly Review", 1 side 8vo. 15 Old Cavendish Street, Cavendish Square, 15th march

Item Date:  1911
Stock No:  39163      £425

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BENNETT (Arnold, 1867-1931, Poet and Novelist)

Autograph Letter Signed in full to "My dear Mills" telling him that "all that this agreeable lecture wants to make it saleable is a famous signature. Without that, I doubt if you will place it in London, as it doesn't deal with people, things that Londoners know ... no-one is less known in London than the members of the 'Times' Staff. I think it is very nice, but I think also it lacks importance. Arm's Politics, it is excellent journalism and no adverse criticism can be made on it. The other thing is too slight to be criticised. If I am to animadvert, I can only say in belittlement that all this stuff has some slight lack of the excessively adroit facility of 'miscellany' ...", he ends by sending good wishes to his wife and offering to entertain them in New York, 2 sides 8vo., Hotel Californie, Cannes, 18th June faded with loss of some text, worn at folds and repaired

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  39155      £350

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