20 May 2015
PROPERTY FROM THE DESCENDANTS OF GRAND DUKE GEORGE MIKHAILOVICH
PRINCESS NINA GEORGIEVNA: A RUSSIAN PASSPORT
ST. PETERSBURG, 1914
A Russian passport dated 'June 23, 1914' issued to Princess Nina Georgievna, the front in Russian, reverse in German and French, signed, stamped and numbered throughout
17½ x 23 in. (44.5 x 58.4 cm.)
Princess Nina Georgievna Chavchavadze (1901-1974).
Prince David Pavlovich Chavchavadze (1924-2014).
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Please note this lot is displayed in a temporary frame during the sale viewing, and will be sold without the frame.
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