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Auction: 22066 - Historical Documents, Postal History & Autographs - Featuring the Robin Hunt Collection
Lot: 2321

The Collection of H.J. Crisp
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
1941 - 1980's Mr Crisp's "Windsor Castle / Identity Card" issued in 1941 as "Gentleman Porter", with his photograph. With 17 autograph memoranda and notes in the hand of Queen Elizabeth, 3 on headed notepaper of Clarence House, Balmoral and Sandringham, regarding routine daily arrangements and requests. "I shall want the car at 10 o'clock just to go up to the stud", "Would you ask the Sergeant Footman at Balmoral if he can reserve a berth for Lord Salisbury...", There are several copies of Mr Buxton's book about the King's shooting days in my room in London, I would like a copy sent down here ", "For Jack, I will have luncheon at 12.45", with two snapshots of the Queen and family at Braemar, and the Queen Mother with a young Princess Anne. All kept in a leather folder with "F.C." lettered in gold (21)

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