Holograph letters, 1645-1650.


Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. Holograph letters, 1645-1650.

Holograph letters, 1645-1650.

Bound manuscript containing a signed autograph letter from Charles I to his nephew Prince Rupert, dated July 26, 1645; and a signed autograph letter from his Queen Henrietta Maria to the Marquis of Argyle, dated Aug. 20, 1650; together with several portrait engravings.

1 bound ms.

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