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AUGUSTE RODIN (1840-1917); EDWARD VII (1841-1910); GEORGE V (1865-1936); QUEEN MARY (1867-1953)

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AUGUSTE RODIN (1840-1917); EDWARD VII (1841-1910); GEORGE V (1865-1936); QUEEN MARY (1867-1953)
An autograph album containing thirteen autograph letters and one telegram all to Lady Alex Colebrooke, including a one-page autograph letter signed by Rodin, from 182 Rue de L'Université, 11 Juillet 1908, discussing a meeting in Paris; Six autograph letters signed by Edward VII, altogether 11 pages, from various locations including Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace, three dated 1903 and 1909, the others undated, arranging and discussing social engagements, all with original envelopes (laid down); A three-page autograph letter, signed by George V, from Tulchan Lodge, Advie, Strathspey, August 24th 1903, thanking Lady Colebrooke for their weeks stay: "What a cheery party we were and what fun we had...I am afraid you won't get much work out of Bertie, only talking and plenty of that," with its original envelope (laid down); A two-page autograph letter signed by Queen Mary, from Frogmore, Windsor, June 20th, 1909, thanking Lady Colebrooke for the loan of her cottage for Ascot week: "Our guests were most comfortable there and I hope that when you return you will find everything in good order," with the original envelope; the lot also includes a telegram from George V.
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