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CARDIGAN (7th Earl, James Thomas Brudenell, 1797-1868, Lieutenant General, responsible for the Charge of the Light Brigade in the Crimea)

Autograph Letter Signed ('Cardigan') to an unnamed correspondent complying with "the request contained in your letter to me dated Chipping Barnet, Herts ...", 2 sides 8vo., on mourning paper, Nottingham, 18th January

Item Date:  1852
Stock No:  39954      £375

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CHAMINADE (Cécile, 1857-1944, French Pianist & Composer)

Autograph Musical Quotation Signed and dated, with four bars of music and the word "Allegro", on an album leaf, 1 side oblong 8vo., 15th November

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  39884      £225

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CHARLES (Philip Arthur George, b. 1948, Prince of Wales)

Christmas card showing the Three Wise Men with their camels looking up at the Star, with 'O star of Wonder' below, picture and lettering hand coloured by him in many shades of crayon, signed and inscribed inside in ink to "Ian ([nursery footman] with best wishes", 5½" x 4½", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1956
Stock No:  39775      £295

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CHARLOTTE (1860-1919, eldest daughter of Emperor Friedrich III, from 1878 wife of Bernhard III, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, sister of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Queen Victoria's Grandchild)

Christmas card signed and inscribed, "Accept my best wishes for the coming New Year from your affectionate Charlotte" with the date and on the verso "For dearest Nanny", with a design of pink and white roses, 6¾" x 4", no place, 1st January

Item Date:  1880
Stock No:  39984      £126

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CHARLOTTE SOPHIA (1744-1818, of Mecklenburg Strelitz, Queen of George III)

Affectionate Autograph letter signed"Charlotte" to Lady Mary Howe saying that "in order to try your temper I will interrupt in the Midst of your attendance upon a Beloved Father, who I do hope is now in a state of recovering & restored to you for many years to come. I trust Providence will leave us some of those that are good & Amiable & Esteemed by the Country. The Number of real good are few, & as I put Lord Stow at the head of those Tell him with my best Compliment He cannot live to[sic] long & that I hope He will take great care of Himself that I may have the Pleasure of seeing Him at His return from Bath at the Queen's House, & now my dear little Merry how has dear Lady How supported herself under such a long anxiety, I fear it has done her no good. My thoughts & good wishes have attended her constantly, & were I not a Queen & by that Name deprived... of fulfilling those little friendly services which a Feeling Heart is ever ready to offer, I should have been happy to Comfort & assist Her in the Time of trouble. The only Time indeed in which such Affection can be known. As My Lord recovers I hope she will also feel the Benefit of that recovery in Her own Health, for if the Mind gets easy, the rest follows of course. How do you now spend your Time at Bath? I hope more gayly! The Newspapers furnish Us with various accounts from that Part of the World, both in Prose & Verse ... I should wish to be amongst you. But that must remain a wish only as many other things in this World, & as I cannot be with you I wish at least you should sometimes think of me, & that you may be induced to do so, I send a little Almanac called vulgarly a Thumb. Pray fancy it a joint of my left Thumb as that is the side of the Heart where you always have had a little place & where you will always be remembered with kindness ...", 3 sides 4to., with original autograph envelope, Windsor, 7th December

Item Date:  1796
Stock No:  39989      £775

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