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Lot 3: An important Royal scrap album belonging to The

Royalty, Antiques & Fine Art Sale

by Reeman Dansie

June 19, 2012

Colchester, United Kingdom

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Description: An important Royal scrap album belonging to The Reverend Arthur Fuller C.V.O., M.A., Rector of Sandringham 1926 - 1942 and Domestic Chaplin to HM King George V 1926 - 1936, to King Edward VIII 1936 and to King George VI 1937 - 1942. The leather and green cloth bound album with fifty-one pages chronologically arranged with Royal Invitations, photographs of the Royal Family, press cutting relating to important Royal events, ceremonials, personalised Royal Christmas cards from King George V and Queen Mary, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Princess Mary, Prince Henry, Prince George. Telegram from King Edward VIII. Handwritten letters from Queen Mary - an invitation to lunch, Queen Elizabeth, dated October 31st 1937 - a letter of sympathy regarding the death of Mrs Fuller's mother, Princess Elizabeth, dated 16th July 1947 and 13th October 1947 - thank you letters regarding her Engagement and Marriage, another dated September 13th 1950 - thank you letter regarding the birth of Princess Anne. Also included are the Official Grants for the Royal Victorian Order Appointing Reverend Fuller M.V.O. (1935) and C.V.O. (1942), signed by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Citation for the 1937 Coronation Medal to Mrs Fuller. Letters from Buckingham Palace regarding the return of King George V's brass cross after the death of The Reverend Fuller and a Biography of Reverend Arthur Fuller (1874 - 1959) - A fascinating and unique collection

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