[Letter, 1947 Nov. 21, Buckingham Palace, to the Prime Minister of Australia] [manuscript] / [from Elizabeth, Princess of Great Britain]. 1947 Nov. 21.

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Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926-. [Letter, 1947 Nov. 21, Buckingham Palace, to the Prime Minister of Australia] [manuscript] / [from Elizabeth, Princess of Great Britain].

[Letter, 1947 Nov. 21, Buckingham Palace, to the Prime Minister of Australia] [manuscript] / [from Elizabeth, Princess of Great Britain]. 1947 Nov. 21.

Letter acknowledges a gift of silver fruit dishes and salvers from the Government and people of Australia, at the time of her marriage to Phillip.

1 p. ; 24 cm.

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