KING NORODOM SIHANOUK (CAMBODIA) - PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 174932
Sale Price $270.00
KING NORODOM SIHANOUK (CAMBODIA)
He signs a 5x3 card as Prince of Cambodia
Printed card signed: "N. Sihanouk" as Prince of Cambodia, 5x3 card. Inscribed by a secretary in French "For Mr. James B. Arnoff". Lightly soiled. 2 light paper clip impressions at upper margin, else fine. With Typed Letter signed: "R. Sophon" as secretary to the Chief of State sending the autograph, 1 page, 7½x9¾. In French. Phnom Penh, 1967 March 15. Light vertical fold touches first letter of signature. Light paper clip impression at upper left. Otherwise, fine condition. Norodom Sihanouk (1922-2012) first became King of Cambodia on April 24, 1941 when he was 18. He served until March 3, 1955. As Prince, he was Head of State of Cambodia from April 20, 1960 to March 18, 1970, April 17, 1975 to April 11, 1976 and June 14, 1993 to September 24, 1993. Cambodia was known as the Khmer Republic from 1970-1976 and Kampuchea from 1976-1989. From 1945-1962, Norodom Sihanouk served as Cambodia's Prime Minister eight times; the longest period was for 21 months (1958-1960). From November 20, 1991 to June 14, 1993, he was Chairman of the Supreme National Council of Cambodia. Sihanouk was King of Cambodia once again from 1993-2004. Two items.
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