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Lot 1001
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KATARINA GUSTAVSDOTTER STENBOCK (1535–1621). Queen of Sweden 1552–1560. Dated content in Stockholm.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KATARINA GUSTAVSDOTTER STENBOCK (1535–1621). Queen of Sweden 1552–1560. Dated content in Stockholm 31 May 1616 with own signature Katarina R (Regina) and her royal seal on the content. Very scarce item. Show less
Lot 1002
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Manuscripts, Sweden. JOHAN III (1537–1568–1592). Very beautiful given permission by the King for a ship to sail to Narva.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. JOHAN III (1537–1568–1592). Very beautiful given permission by the King for a ship to sail to Narva, Russia (during the ongoing Swedish–Russian War) and back with cargo but not any military goods or other forbidden things to the enemy. Very rare to document this. Dated Stockholm Castle 11 August 1576. Signed I R S with a complete Royal paper seal still attached. One written page + three empty, large size. Ex Philea 2011. Show less
Lot 1003
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Manuscripts, Sweden. CONSTANTIA ERIKSDOTTER (1560–1649), illegitimate daughter of Erik XIV of Sweden and Agda Persdotter.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. CONSTANTIA ERIKSDOTTER (1560–1649), illegitimate daughter of Erik XIV of Sweden and Agda Persdotter. She was called "The Queen of Tiveden" from the late 1590s. Letter content most probably sent to her son Johan Frankelin asking for a can of rat poison. Dated and signed by her at her manor Odensfors (outside Linköping) 4 June 1618. Very scarce item. Show less
Lot 1004
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Manuscripts, Sweden. SIGRID ERIKSDOTTER (1566–1633). Swedish princess, the legitimized daughter of King Eric XIV of.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. SIGRID ERIKSDOTTER (1566–1633). Swedish princess, the legitimized daughter of King Eric XIV of Sweden and of his later spouse and queen, Karin Månsdotter. Letter content to Lasse Bengtsson about about a bill that her son had and that should be paid with 20 barrels of butter. Dated and signed by her at her place Liuksiala (Kangasala, near Tammerfors, Finland) 8 July 1618. Very scarce item. Show less
Lot 1005
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Manuscripts, Sweden. SIGISMUND (1566–1592–1632). During the period when he was only the heir to the Swedish throne. Late.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. SIGISMUND (1566–1592–1632). During the period when he was only the heir to the Swedish throne. Later on Polish and Swedish King. Very beautiful and rare letter content about grant of the village Smolkowitz in Jäfverbincke parish, Jamagorod county (Baltic region), to the Cavalry Captain Henrik Leijell, in the King's name (Johan III). Dated Kalmar 5 May 1586. Signed Sigismundus with a complete Royal paper seal attached. One written page + three empty, large size. Ex Philea 2011. Show less
Lot 1006
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL IX (1550–1599–1611). Very interesting letter content about Magnus Wolfeldt's payment of intere.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL IX (1550–1599–1611). Very interesting letter content about Magnus Wolfeldt's payment of interest rate for a property in Åbo (Finland). At this time Sweden had a newly started war against Russia. Very rare to document this. Dated Stockholm 16 August 1610. Signed Carolus with a complete royal paper seal still attached. One written page with transcript and also a postcard of the king. Show less
Lot 1007
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KRISTINA of HOLSTEIN-GOTTORP (1573–1625). Queen of Sweden 1604–1611 and mother of Gustav II Adolf (.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KRISTINA of HOLSTEIN-GOTTORP (1573–1625). Queen of Sweden 1604–1611 and mother of Gustav II Adolf (King of Sweden 1611–1632). Dated content 24 July 1604 with own signature Christina and her royal seal on the content. Very scarce item. Show less
Lot 1008
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL KARLSSON GYLLENHIELM (1574–1650), illegitimate son of Karl IX of Sweden and Karin Nilsdot.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL KARLSSON GYLLENHIELM (1574–1650), illegitimate son of Karl IX of Sweden and Karin Nilsdotter. Field marshal from 1616. Letter content about food and supplies used in Narva. Signed by himself and dated "1616" by pencil. Scarce item. Show less
Lot 1009
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Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAV II ADOLF (1594–1611–1632). Fantastic and beautiful own signed donation letter for an estate.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAV II ADOLF (1594–1611–1632). Fantastic and beautiful own signed donation letter for an estate given to General (in the army) Gustaf Horn, member of the Council of State April 1625–. Dated and given on Stockholm Castle (the old castle Tre Kronor) 23 April 1625 with a round wooden cage still attached by a red ribbon. Large size (ca 40×20 cm). Very good quality! Show less
Lot 1010
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Manuscripts, Sweden. MARIA ELEONORA of BRANDENBURG (1599–1655). Queen of Sweden 1620–1632, married to Gustav II Adolf (K.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. MARIA ELEONORA of BRANDENBURG (1599–1655). Queen of Sweden 1620–1632, married to Gustav II Adolf (King of Sweden 1611–1632). Later queen mother. Letter content about her gardener Mattihias Lacher ordered move to Strömsholm and his own built house. Dated at Gripsholms Castle 19 May 1639 with own signature Maria Eleonora and her royal seal on the content. Transcript enclosed. Very scarce item. Show less
Lot 1011
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KRISTINA (1626–(1632)–1644–1654), Queen of Sweden. Fantastic and beautiful own signed letter for pu.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KRISTINA (1626–(1632)–1644–1654), Queen of Sweden. Fantastic and beautiful own signed letter for purchase of Crown estate by Johan Adolf Stijfwert. Dated and given on Stockholm 11 July 1647 with a round wooden cage with her royal seal in still attached by a blue and yellow ribbon. Transcript enclosed. Large size (ca 66×34 cm). item in a frame for wall display. Very good quality! Show less
Lot 1012
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Manuscripts, Sweden. HEDVIG ELEONORA (1636–1660–1715). Queen of Sweden 1656– and regent during the minority of Karl XI 1.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. HEDVIG ELEONORA (1636–1660–1715). Queen of Sweden 1656– and regent during the minority of Karl XI 1660–1672. Interesting letter content of property changes signed Hedvig Eleonora with a complete royal paper seal still attached and also signed by members of the government, Sevedh Bååt, Carl Gustaf Wrangel, Gustaf Otto Stenbock, Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, Gustav Bonde. Dated Stockholm 12 November 1664. Transcript enclosed. Very scarce item! Show less
Lot 1013
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XI (1655–1672–1697). Very interesting signed letter addressed to Colonel Carl Hård, dragoon re.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XI (1655–1672–1697). Very interesting signed letter addressed to Colonel Carl Hård, dragoon regiment of Jämtland about always filling up vacancies in the regiment. Dated Stockholm 16 May 1691 and signed Carolus. The letter has been folded. Transcript enclosed. Scarce item! Show less
Lot 1014
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Manuscripts, Sweden. ULRIKA ELEONORA (the elder) of Denmark (1656–1680–1693). Queen of Sweden 1680–. Interesting own sig.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. ULRIKA ELEONORA (the elder) of Denmark (1656–1680–1693). Queen of Sweden 1680–. Interesting own signed letter content about receipt of 2000 Riksdaler in Specie from the Royal Court Fund. Dated Stockholm 14 March 1693. Signed U Eleonore. Transcript enclosed. Very scarce item! Show less
Lot 1015
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XII (1682–1697–1718), King of Sweden. Beautiful own signed order for ammunition to officer Jör.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XII (1682–1697–1718), King of Sweden. Beautiful own signed order for ammunition to officer Jöran Billing for Skaraborgs Infantry Regiment usage from storage in Jönköping. Also signed by councilor Mårten Trotzig, Governor of Östergötland. Dated Stockholm 29 July 1698 and signed Carolus. Transcript enclosed. The item is nicely framed, for wall display, size ca 42×32 cm. Very good quality! Show less
Lot 1016
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Manuscripts, Sweden. FREDRIK I (1676–1720–1751). King of Sweden. Interesting content of an appointment for 2nd Lieutenan.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. FREDRIK I (1676–1720–1751). King of Sweden. Interesting content of an appointment for 2nd Lieutenant Bengt Gustaf Tigerhielm, regiment of Västmanland to change to Wessby company. As the King went old and was not in good health it was made a cancel with his signature to be used. Dated Stockholm in the council chamber 31 October 1750, stamped Friedrich and attached his royal paper seal (complete). Transcript enclosed as a postcard of him. Rare item in good quality! Show less
Lot 1017
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Manuscripts, Sweden. ADOLF FREDRIK (1710–1751–1771), King of Sweden. Interesting letter content of appointment of Johan.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. ADOLF FREDRIK (1710–1751–1771), King of Sweden. Interesting letter content of appointment of Johan Friedrich Berencreutz to 2nd Lieutenant of Jönköping's Regiment. This is a confirmation of earlier promotion 1760 during the war campaign in Pomerania. Stamped with 6 R.D (=Riksdaler), Ekman (Charta Sigillata design 1748). Dated Stockholm 21 September 1763 and signed Adolph Friedrich with his royal paper seal attached. Transcript enclosed and a postcard of the king. Scarce item in good quality! Show less
Lot 1018
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Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAF III (1746–1771–1792). King of Sweden. Very interesting document related to the Kings's wish.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAF III (1746–1771–1792). King of Sweden. Very interesting document related to the Kings's wish to try to control the illegal alcohol production by a governmental control body "Bränneri Direktionen". This document is a an order to "transfer" 60000 Riksdaler to them. Dated Stockholm Castle 9 May 1787 and signed Gustaf. Rare to document this episode. Very good quality! Show less
Lot 1019
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. He w.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. He was the younger brother of Gustaf III. Interesting mourning letter (due to King Gustaf III's death), three written pages that are an answer to the farmers Jan Pehrsson, Anders Andersson and Jon Andersson to their earlier request. Stamped with 16 sch Bergman (Charta Sigillata design 1748) and + 50 % increase. Dated Stockholm Castle 14 January 1793 and signed Carl and part of his royal seal in black. Scarce item in good quality! Show less
Lot 1020
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Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAF IV ADOLF (1778–1796–1837). King of Sweden –1809. Interesting letter content of appointment o.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. GUSTAF IV ADOLF (1778–1796–1837). King of Sweden –1809. Interesting letter content of appointment of Eric Edman to be chamber councillor for the state's finances. Stamped with 25 R.D + 8 R.D + 3 R.D (=Riksdaler) Bergman (Charta Sigillata design 1748). Dated Stockholm Castle 21 May 1805 and signed Gustaf Adolph with his royal paper seal attached. Transcript enclosed. Scarce item in good quality! Show less
Lot 1021
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Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden, also during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden, also during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. Interesting letter content 7 written pages, that is the final decision of the King regarding the sentence in Svea Court of Appeal and Supreme Court (Högsta domstolen) about his forced actions on Gotland during the Russian occupation 1808 from their Commander Rear Admiral Bodisko. The sentences for his crime (handing over Swedish supplies and food to the Russians) was first to lose his right hand, beheaded and his dead body hanged in chains on public display. The sentence was changed in this document to e.g. five years in prison (Carlsten). Dated Stockholm 11 January 1810, signed Carl and with his royal paper seal attached with a blue-yellow thread through the whole document. Transcript enclosed and a postcard of the king. Rare document in very good quality! Show less
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Manuscripts, Sweden. JEAN BAPTISTE BERNADOTTE (1763–1818–1844), French Brigadier General 1794–. From 1818 King of Sweden.. Read more Manuscripts, Sweden. JEAN BAPTISTE BERNADOTTE (1763–1818–1844), French Brigadier General 1794–. From 1818 King of Sweden and Norway. Very decorative and rare letter content from the French Ministry of War. Signed JB. Bernadotte and dated Paris (France) 14 Messidor (year) 7 (= 14 July 1799) according to the French republican calendar which was only used for about twelve years. Good quality! Show less