London, South Kensington
28 October 2007
PRINCESS MARY'S BOOKCASE
A SIMULATED TORTOISESHELL OPEN BOOKCASE
THE RECTANGULAR MOULDED TOP CENTRED BY AN INITIAL 'M' BELOW A ROYAL PRINCESS' CORONET, WITH SIX SHELVES ON A PLINTH BASE
54 IN. (137 CM.) HIGH; 14 IN. (36 CM.) WIDE; 6½ IN. (16 CM.) DEEP
H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY, THE PRINCESS ROYAL, COUNTESS OF HAREWOOD (1897-1965).
BY DESCENT TO HER SON, THE HON. GERALD LASCELLES, FORT BELVEDERE, RUNNYMEDE, SURREY, 1956-1976.
VIRGINIA WATER COTTAGE, WINDSOR GREAT PARK, BERKSHIRE.
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