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AN HISTORIC GROUP OF JEWELRY, HAVING BELONGED TO EMPRESS CARLOTA OF MEXICO
AN HISTORIC GROUP OF JEWELRY, HAVING BELONGED TO EMPRESS CARLOTA OF MEXICO

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AN HISTORIC GROUP OF JEWELRY, HAVING BELONGED TO EMPRESS CARLOTA OF MEXICO
Comprising: an small Elgin pocket watch, 14K case engraved with fleur-de-lys and set with four diamonds, the watch designed to be suspended from a gold and enamel necklace, which in turn can be used as a broach, a gold and enamel broach and ring designed en suite accompany the group
Part of the Collection of Maximilian and Carlota material acquired by Gaines de Graffenried. These are noted to have been Empress Carlota's jewelry in an article by Roger N. Conger, entitles The Maximilian Collection, The Texas Ranger Annual, Volume II, 1983, page 21. (4)
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