Infamous British Monarch, King GEORGE III, scarce 1783 revolution-dated handwritten letter signed. The letter is written from the "Queen's House" and is dated "Mar. 15th, 1783". Nearing the end of the American Revolutionary War and 3 months after the evacuation of Charleston, King George III writes to Lord Sydney (his Home Secretary) from the "Queen's House" requesting that several appointments for political office be made such as "appointing Mr. Estwick Secretary and Register of Chelsea Hospital".
Handwritten letters from GEORGE III are incredibly scarce, the King opted not to handwrite the large majority of his correspondence. This is an excellent item for the discerning collector who only wants the finest signed content for their collection.
>>> UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC! This autograph has been certified authentic by the industry experts at Beckett Authentication Services (BAS). Autograph comes with a full Letter of Authenticity. <<<
Elegantly framed and archivally matted in the Signaturist-Ink Gallery style to custom-made, ornate 14” x 20” "antique gold" heavy real wood frame featuring 98% UV-BLOCKING CLEAR ACRYLIC FRONT PANE. With authentic engraving of the George III. PH-Neutral white matting and descriptive plaque.
A handsome and impressive addition to the den or office of the Revolutionary War buff, History aficionado or autograph collector. An exceptional investment opportunity, and a truly rare and remarkable find.
Sold as is, as shown.
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