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Bonaparte, Princess Charlotte Napoléone
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S ALBUM, CONTAINING 14 DOCUMENTS BY SOVEREIGNS AND NOTABLE SWEDISH MINISTERS, WITH ANNOTATIONS BY PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND OTHERS
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Bonaparte, Princess Charlotte Napoléone
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S ALBUM, CONTAINING 14 DOCUMENTS BY SOVEREIGNS AND NOTABLE SWEDISH MINISTERS, WITH ANNOTATIONS BY PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND OTHERS
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音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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Bonaparte, Princess Charlotte Napoléone
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S ALBUM, CONTAINING 14 DOCUMENTS BY SOVEREIGNS AND NOTABLE SWEDISH MINISTERS, WITH ANNOTATIONS BY PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND OTHERS
including documents by: Gustav II Adolf (Gustavus Adolphus), King of Sweden (letter signed, AND WITH AN AUTOGRAPH VALEDICTION AND POSTSCRIPT IN GERMAN, to John Casimir, Count Palatine of Kleeburg, requesting the release of a former prisoner's mother and children, 2 pages, integral address panel, papered seal, Stockholm, 25 May 1625); Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden (2 documents signed, 4 pages, one letter with integral address panel, 21 June 1753 and 20 November 1761); Frederick I of Sweden (document signed, 2 pages, 17 October 1749); Gustav III of Sweden (autograph document signed, 1 page, Drottningholm, 27 August 1782); and also by Count Wetterstedt, Count d'Engestrum, Eric de Bergstedt, Hermann de Schubart, and Samuel Niclas Casström, all to Jakob Gråberg från Hemsö 

c.58 pages in all, plus blanks, various sizes, volume size 4to (320 x 220mm.), the documents bound in at the front, some also mounted on the paper of accompanying annotations, some accompanying translations and notes in the hand of Jakob Gråberg från Hemsö, some annotations by Princess Charlotte ("Envoyée de Stockholm, par ma Tante"), original tanned morocco, UPPER AND LOWER COVERS BLIND-STAMPED WITH CHARLOTTE'S MONOGRAM ("C"), manuscript paper label to upper cover ("Suédois. Lettres autographes d'hommes Célébres"), the documents dated Stockholm and elsewhere, 1625-1825, the volume assembled c.1829 or later


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A remarkable volume belonging to Charlotte Napoléone Bonaparte (1802-1839), the niece of Emperor Napoleon I, and the daughter of the sister of Désirée Clary, Napoleon's first love, who also provided Charlotte with some of the items in the album. A number of the other items are accompanied by a translation or notes provided by the diplomat and writer Jakob Gråberg från Hemsö (1776-1847).

音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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