PRINCE ADOLPHUS FREDERICK (DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE I) - AUTOGRAPH FRAGMENT SIGNED - HFSID 81471
Sale Price $324.00
PRINCE ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE IThe 7th son of King George III and Queen Charlotte, who led an esteemed military career, pens these lines of text, signing at bottom Autograph Fragment Signed: “[Most of text is difficult to decipher]/ God help you../ Your most affectionate/ Adolphus Frederick” 5x3 affixed to a 5¾x9½ sheet that also contain a printed, as well as a handwritten caption. Prince Adolphus Frederick, 1st Duke of Cambridge, (1774-1850) was the 10th child and 7th son of George III and Queen Charlotte. From 1801 until his death, he held the title of Duke of Cambridge. Following the dissolution of Napoleon's empire, he was Military Governor of Hanover from 1813-1816. Moreover, he functioned as Governor General of Hanover from 1816-1837, serving as Viceroy of Hanover from 1831 onward on behalf of his brothers George IV and William IV. He is the great-great-grandfather of the British monarch Elizabeth II. Heavily toned, with scuffing and staining along right and left edges. Several vertical indentations. Otherwise, fine condition.
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