Zita von Bourbon-Parma

Zita von Bourbon-Parma

letzte Kaiserin von Österreich und Königin von Ungarn (1892-1989). 5 autograph telegrams, all signed in her or her husband's name. Izdebnik (Polen). Zusammen 5 SS. auf 5 Bll. Qu.-gr.-8vo. Beiliegend ein von anderer Hand verfaßtes Telegramm (2 SS. auf 2 Bll.).
$ 10,455 / 9.500 € (33481/BN28669)

All to her husband Karl, Archduke of Austria. - I: "How was the march? [...] I'm doing very well and look forward so much to tomorrow. A thousand kisses | Zita" (23 March 1912). - II: "Of course I am happy to place the Countess Thun at your disposal. Warmest regards, Zita" (23 March 1912). - III: "I am doing very well, am really happy for you. Embrace | Zita" (22 March. 1912). - IV+V: Written in her husband's name, to Archduke Rainer and Archduchesse Maria Josefa: "Zita and I thank you most sincerely for being accommodated so kindly at your castle Izdebnik [...]" (to Rainer, March 1912).

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Zita von Bourbon-Parma

letzte Kaiserin von Österreich und Königin von Ungarn (1892-1989). Autograph statement (postscript) signed. Wien Hetzendorf. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to.
$ 3,852 / 3.500 € (59665/BN43384)

Regarding the exchange of prisoners between Russia and Austria. The typescript is drafted and signed by Prince Zdenko Lobkowitz (chamberlain to Archduke Charles, soon to be Charles I of Austria). In her note to her husband Charles, Zita discusses the matter, which involves the Spanish embassy, in some detail and requests his decision. Written but a few months before her husband's accession to the throne.

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