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    King Karl of Wurttemberg, Grant of Arms, Signed, "Karl", June 17, 1879, Stuttgart, 18 integral pages (8 vellum pages), 9" x 13.75", partially printed, with the original painting of the arms granted to Captain Friedrich Adolf Neidhardt, Second Field Artillery Regiment, Army of the Kingdom of Wurttemberg. The grant of arms is in the original burgundy velvet portfolio with the Royal Arms of Wurttemberg stamped in gold on the front cover. The inside cover and endpapers are silk moiré. The original silk cord is still attached with the red wax seal of Wurttemberg in a large (4.5") gilt bronze skippet.

    Document, portfolio, seal and skippet are all in excellent condition.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2008
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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