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CORONATION PORTRAITS OF THE ABERDEENS
[ABERDEEN (John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, 1847-1934, Governor General of Canada, 1893-1898, from 1870 7th Earl, from 1916 1st Marquess) and his wife Ishbel Maria, Marchioness of Aberdeen and Temair (1857-1939, Scottish Author, Philanthropist and advocate of Woman's Rights)]

Fine pair of Coronation portraits with printed signatures and inscriptions he is shown full length standing in his coronation robes with his coronet on a table beside him, she is seated on a chair in her robes wearing her coronet, each 9" x 7", in original finely decorated wooden frames with gilt decoration around them, 14" x 11½", Westminster Abbey, 9the August

Item Date:  1902
Stock No:  38996      £500

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THE QUEEN WITH HER INFANT GRANDSON
ALEXANDRA (of Denmark, 1844-1925, Queen of Edward VII)

Fine large photo signed and annotated, "Alexandra & Little Georgie", Prince GEORGE (Duke of Kent, 1902-1942, Uncle of Elizabeth II), showing her full length holding the little boy in her arms, he is wearing a white dress with a tartan sash and boots and she is wearing a flowing dress, 11" x 6" in mount 16" x 11", no place, no date

Item Date:  1905
Stock No:  38980      £425

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THE LAST STATE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT FOR EDWARD VII
ALEXANDRA (of Denmark, 1844-1925, Queen of Edward VII)

Fine print of the photo by W. & D. Downey, signed and dated by the Queen, on the image, she has also written "Edward VII" under her husband, and "Our Last Opening of Parliament 1910", showing them standing together in their magnificent Robes at their last state opening of Parliament, 8½" x 6½" max in an oval, in mount 16" x 14", no place,

Item Date:  1910
Stock No:  38981      £475

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ALEXANDRA (of Denmark, 1844-1925, Queen of Edward VII)

Excellent Coronation photo signed, inscribed "Coronation Day" with the date, showing her three quarters length in her coronation robes and crown, standing in semi profile with her arms on the back of a chair, 8" x 6" in mount 9½" x 7½", in a fine gilt frame 13½" x 9½", no place butWestminster Abbey, 9th August

Item Date:  1902
Stock No:  38994      £675

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ASQUITH (Margot, Countess of Oxford & Asquith, 1864-1945, wife of the Prime Minister)

Autograph Letter Signed in pencil to Mr Humberstone saying she is "delighted to sign your letter - but I wish it cd have been shorter. All letters, plays, films, people & speeches are too long ... It is a monstrous thought that the only beauty remaining in London shd be threatened, it breaks my heart. England is being wrecked by vulgar money-makers. There is nothing I will not do to help you, as I feel passionately on the subject ..." continuing at length about the matter, 4 sides 8vo., 44 Bedford Square, 12th February

Item Date:  1936
Stock No:  38881      £55

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