Lot 732: [George Iii]


2015-07-10 15:43:20


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Lot 732: [George Iii]: (1738-1820) King Of The United Kingdom 1760-1820. A Good, Large Printed Broadside, One Page, Folio, London, 1814. The Document, Printed By George Eyre And Andrew Strahan, Is A Proclamation Issued By George, Prince Regent, Prince Of Wales, In The Name And On Behalf Of His Father, King George Iii, Following 'A Definitive Treaty Of Peace And Friendship' Having Been Concluded At Paris On 30Th May, And Stating That 'The Same Be Published Throughout All His Majesty'S Dominions: And We Do Declare To All His Majesty'S Loving Subjects Our Will And Pleasure, That The Said Treaty Of Peace And Friendship Be Observed Inviolably, As Well By Sea As Land, And In All Places Whatsoever...' Given At The Court At Carlton House, 17Th June 1814. The Manuscript Ink Names Of Benjamin Bickley And Philip George, High Sheriffs Of Bristol, Along With The Date 27Th June 1814, Appear At The Foot Of The Document Alongside The Printed Words God Save The King. Professionally Strengthened To The Verso And With Some Light Staining And Minor Age Wear, Only Very Slightly Affecting A Few Words Of Text (Which Remain Perfectly Legible). G The Present Proclamation Relates To The Treaty Of Paris Of 1814 Which Ended The War Between France And The Sixth Coalition, Forcing The Abdication Of Napoleon And Driving Him Into Exile On Elba. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction July 2015 Saturday, 18th July 2015 Estimate: £400 - 600
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