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ADOLPHUS FREDERICK (1774-1850, 7th son of George III, 1st Duke of Cambridge, Viceroy of Hanover 1816-1837)

Frank signed 'Cambridge' to Sir Henry Halford, Bt., 1766-1844, P.R.C.P., who attended George IV, William IV and Queen Victoria, no place, no date, c.

Item Date:  1830
Stock No:  51330      £25

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ADOLPHUS FREDERICK (1774-1850, 7th son of George III, 1st Duke of Cambridge, Viceroy of Hanover 1816-1837)

Autograph Envelope signed 'Cambridge' to John Parkinder in Lincoln's Inn Fields, with his seal on the back, no place, no date

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Stock No:  38619      £15

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ADOLPHUS FREDERICK (Duke of Cambridge, 1774-1850, tenth child and seventh son of King George III, Lieutenant General)

Signature taken from the end of a document, with his title, 4" x 1¼", no place, no date

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Stock No:  38847      £15

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[AKIHITO (b. 1933, from 1989 Emperor of Japan)]

Unsigned Press Photo by Sport & General, showing him in a group of men, sending streamers out of a window, 8" x 6" no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  29825      £75

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[AKIHITO (b. 1933, from 1989 Emperor of Japan) and his wife MICHIKO (née Shoda, b. 1934)]

Beautifully Printed Menu of the Banquet given by the Corporation of London in their honour, (Alderman, later Sir Richard Nichols, b. 1938, Lord Mayor), on the cover in gold on a deep red background are the Chrysanthemum of Japan and the Arms of the City of London framing the title, inside is a full-page photograph of the Emperor and Empress, the menu, the music by the Salon Orchestra of the Royal Air Force, supported by the Trumpeters of the Blues and Royals, beautiful reproductions of Irises by the artist Ogata Korin (1658-1716), and articles on 'Japan and the City of London', 'Magna Carta', 'Guildhall', and the 'Old Library', all with fine photographs, and the names of the reception committee, tasselled gold cord, 10 sides and Japanese-style endpapers in covers 11¾" x 8¼", Guildhall, London, 27th May tiny bump to bottom corner of back cover, else excellent

Item Date:  1998
Stock No:  56652      £125

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