28 pages (pages 26-27 blank), neatly sewn with original blue silk ribbon extending along the spine, first page with large papered Royal seal of George IV which anchors the loose end of the silk ribbon, last page docketed: "Warrant for affixing the Great Seal to the Ratification of a Convention between His Majesty, the Emporer of Russia, and The United States of America, signed at St. Petersburgh July 12, 1822, with Three Instruments Annexed," a thin wormtrack affecting a small area at center of the seal, and minute holes in two other leaves, otherwise in very good original condition." /> [GHENT, TREATY OF]. GEORGE IV, <I>King of England.</I> Document signed ("George R" with paraph), countersigned by George Canning as head of the foreign office, Carlton Palace, 4 October 1822. <I>28 pages (pages 26-27 blank), neatly sewn with original blue silk ribbon extending along the spine, first page with large papered Royal seal of George IV which anchors the loose end of the silk ribbon, last page docketed: "Warrant for affixing the Great Seal to the Ratification of a Convention between His Majesty, the Emporer of Russia, and The United States of America, signed at St. Petersburgh July 12, 1822, with Three Instruments Annexed," a thin wormtrack affecting a small area at center of the seal, and minute holes in two other leaves, otherwise in very good original condition.</I> | Christie's