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  1. Invitation: Order of the Garter - Dinner with His Majesty.
  2. An invitation to members of the Order of the Garter to dine with His Majesty (King William IV) at Windsor Castle.
    Condition: fine, un-used.
    168 x 119mm (6˝ x 4˝in).
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  4. [Ref: 000300]
  5. £225.00
 
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  1. Invitation: Military Order of the Bath - Dinner with His Majesty.
  2. An invitation to members of the Military Order of the Bath to dine with His Majesty (William IV) at St James’s Palace.
    Dated 16th April 1834 (Wednesday).
    Condition: fine.
    160 x 111mm (6 x 4in).
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  4. [Ref: 000301]
  5. £125.00
 
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  1. Ticket: The Coronation of Queen Victoria.
  2. Rare ticket to the Coronation of Her Most Sacred Majesty Queen Victoria at Westminster Abbey. This particular ticket is for the Gallery East Side of South Transept. Entry via the South Door, Poets Corner. Although numbered No.4 it seems that it was never issued as no name is written.
    Condition: fine.
    226 x 167mm (9 x 6˝in).
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  4. [Ref: 000302]
  5. £250.00
 
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  1. Postcard: Eucharistic Congress 1932 Dublin Ireland.
  2. The 31st International Eucharistic Congress was held in Dublin between the 22nd and 26th of June 1932, that particular year was chosen because it marked the 1500th anniversary of Saint Patrick’s arrival in Ireland. This card shows O’Connell Street and the top corners are decorated with the Papal Crown and Irish Harp. Marked: Printed in Germany.
    Condition: fine - slight wear to corners.
    140 x 90mm ( 5˝ x 3˝in)
  3.  
  4. [Ref: 000261]
  5. £35.00
 
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  1. Photography: an unusual pair of Wothlytype photographs showing H.R.H the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) and H.R.H the Princess of Wales (later Queen Alexandra)
  2. The photo of the Princess is marked ‘copyright’ and both are addressed: 213 Regent Street. English circa 1865.
    A process invented in 1864 by Jacob Wothly based on the light sensitivity of uranium salt when in contact with organic matter, thus avoiding the tendency of silver prints to fade. However, it is suggested that his company lasted for only three years and failed because of the same problem - fading.
    Condition: fine - although both have some minute pin holes at the top. 63 x 101mm (2 ˝ x 4in) each photograph.
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  4. [Ref: 000205]
  5. £138.00