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Autograph letters and signed letters

Maker:  Collection of Documents

Description: 

Collection of Documents: Autograph letters and signed letters, including Edward IV to John Fitzwilliam, 4 Dec 1477, Richard III, Henry VIII, Francis I, Cardinal Wolsey, Thomas Cromwell, Elizabeth I, Earl of Stafford, Oliver Cromwell, Christopher Wren, Queen Anne to the Duchess of Marlborough, John Wilkes to Edmund Burke, Necker to Burke, Edmond Burke to Lord Brocklesby, Hoppner to Mrs Burke, C J Fox to Lord Fitzwilliam, (6), H Legge to same (4), Queen Victoria to same, and others. Loose in two maroon morocco-backed boxes, folio.

ID:  62582

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Cambridgeshire

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