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CROMWELL, Oliver (1599-1658). Letters patent as Lord Protector, Westminster, 10 December 1657, appointing John Leigh of Booths as Sheriff of Cheshire, on vellum, 120 x 368mm [and] letters patent of Richard Cromwell as Lord Protector, 6 September 1658, to the same effect; each mounted with an impression of the Great Seal in brown wax (minor rodent damage at right margin of Oliver Cromwell document, seal detached), framed and glazed. (2)

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CROMWELL, Oliver (1599-1658). Letters patent as Lord Protector, Westminster, 10 December 1657, appointing John Leigh of Booths as Sheriff of Cheshire, on vellum, 120 x 368mm [and] letters patent of Richard Cromwell as Lord Protector, 6 September 1658, to the same effect; each mounted with an impression of the Great Seal in brown wax (minor rodent damage at right margin of Oliver Cromwell document, seal detached), framed and glazed. (2)
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