Pseud. für Elisabeth, Königin von Rumänien (1843-1916). 2 autograph letters signed and 3 typed letters signed ("Schwesterli" oder "Elisabeth"). Schloß Pelesch und Bukarest. Zusammen 23 SS. auf 13 Bll. 4to und qu.-8vo. Mit zahlreichen Beilagen (siehe unten).
$ 7,313 / 6.500 €
To her brother William, Prince of Wied (1845-1907) and his wife Marie, née von Nassau, Princess of the Netherlands (1841-1910). Comprehensive letters that provide an insight into the feelings and thoughts of the Queen consort of Romania and also provide a wealth of information from the European aristocracy and the political events of that time. - Accompanied by 8 original portrait photographs (calling card format) of Queen Elizabeth and her little daughter, who died at the age of 4 years, and 33 mostly autograph letters, postcards, etc.
(altogether 102¾ pp. on 64 ff.) from the estate of Elizabeth's sister in law, Marie, Princess of Wied, born Princess of the Netherlands (1841-1910), including letters of her husband William and other relatives of Marie, more noble and diplomatic correspondence files, a "compilation of expenditure for her Royal Highness, Princess of Wied, Princess of the Netherlands, for the fourth quarter of 1892 ", a letter-fragment with a view of Pelesch Castle, and an engraved portrait of the royal couple (inscribed by Elizabeth on the reverse). - Overall, a wealth of valuable material on the history of Romania, Queen Elizabeth and her family from the houses Wied and Nassau..