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    King Carol I of Romania Document Signed, "Charles" four integral pages with writing on page one, 7.75" x 10", Castel Pelesch, April 25, 1912, in French. Light browning along the folds, else near fine. Sold with a postal card featuring King Carol in full uniform. The document is addressed to General Manuel Bonilla congratulating him on becoming Constitutional President of the Republic of Honduras for a second time. King Carol (1839-1914), German prince, was proclaimed king of Romania on March 26, 1881. He was the first ruler of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty which would rule the country until the proclamation of a republic in 1947.

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    February, 2008
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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