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    [Bookplates]. Collection of Over Sixty Royal or Noble Bookplates. [Various Places, No Dates, Ca. eighteenth- through nineteenth-centuries]. Each bookplate is mounted on blue paper. Some toning, thumbsoiling to bookplates. Generally very good. Housed in modern three-ring notebook. [Together with:] Autograph Letters Signed by Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany [and:] Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of George III. Some wear, chipping to letters. Good.
    Some bookplates in the collection:
    The Duke of Wales, and the Bishop of Osnabrugh, 3rd May 1771.
    The Duke of Sussex.
    King William IV.
    King George I.
    M. Walpole.
    And Many More.

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    June, 2021
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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