* [BRITISH MONARCHS].
ALBERT, Prince Consort of Victoria of England (1819-1861). Autograph letter signed ("Albert"), in German, to "His Royal Highness," Claremont, 28 April 1845. 4 pages, 8vo, two bifolium, some browning and staining. Writing from Claremont, the English residence of King Leopold of Belgium (who was both Victoria and Albert's uncle), Prince Albert sends updates about future King Edward VII ("The little gentleman whom you saw baptized here is growing up and in best health", translated), and thanks the recipient for sending a gift. -- ELIZABETH, Queen of George VI of England (1900-2002). Autograph note, to David, Viscount Linley, London, 7 June 1977. 1 page, 8vo, on Clarence House stationery, central fold. "A reminder of the Jubilee from Granny with much love." -- GEORGE V, King of England (1865-1936). Partially printed document signed ("George R.I."), St. James, 19 May 1928. 1 page, folio, prominent central fold. An appointment of Bernard Gottleib as Counsel at Wellington. -- MARY, Queen of George V of England (1867-1953). Postcard signed ("Mary R."), 1926. 1 page, 12mo. Photographic depiction of the Queen in a garden, wearing a three-quarter length coat embroidered with a Turkish motif, and a turban-style hat, signed on recto with a handwritten note on verso thanking the recipient for a gift. -- VICTORIA, Queen of England (1819-1901). Autograph note, to Mr. J. Campbell, Windsor Castle, 29 November 1875. 2 pages, bifolium, on black-bordered Windsor Castle stationery, a few pale stains and creases. The Queen thanks the recipient for the beautiful screen from Japan, which she will place in Windsor Castle with other fine objects from the East. -- WILLIAM IV, King of England (1765-1837). Autograph letter signed ("William"), as Duke of Clarence, to an unnamed recipient [Sir Francis Freeling], Bushey House, 4 January 1829. 1 page, 4to, note in a different hand lower margin identifying both sender and recipient, creased, a few pale stains. The sender says he "will thank you to forward the three enclosed letters to their destinations in India." -- Together, 6 manuscripts.
Estimate $ 800-1,200
Property from the Robert L. McKay Collection, North Tustin, California