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    anastasianikolaevna:

On 29 November, Christie’s in London will offer for sale the largest group of Russian books and manuscripts with noble provenance to come to auction in decades.

OLGA, TATIANA, MARIA AND ANASTASIIA NIKOLAEVNA, Grand Duchesses of Russia, daughters of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna (slain 17 July 1918). A collection of 29 autograph postcards signed by the Grand Duchesses, addressed to Daria Petrovna Gesse, mostly with greetings on holidays and feast days, in Russian, mostly Tsarskoe selo, 1910-1918, each c. 87 x 140mm, together in a modern blue half morocco slip-case; comprising:

Included are a collection of 29 autograph postcards signed by the four daughters of Tsar Nicholas II: Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia (OTMA). The cards are addressed to Daria Petrovna Gesse, mostly with greetings on holidays and feast days, in Russian, most of them sent from Tsarskoye Selo, 1910-1918. The cards each measure c. 87 x 140mm, together in a modern blue half morocco slip-case. They are expected to sell for £15,000 - £20,000 ($23,970 - $31,960).

      

      

    anastasianikolaevna:

    On 29 November, Christie’s in London will offer for sale the largest group of Russian books and manuscripts with noble provenance to come to auction in decades.

    OLGA, TATIANA, MARIA AND ANASTASIIA NIKOLAEVNA, Grand Duchesses of Russia, daughters of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna (slain 17 July 1918). A collection of 29 autograph postcards signed by the Grand Duchesses, addressed to Daria Petrovna Gesse, mostly with greetings on holidays and feast days, in Russian, mostly Tsarskoe selo, 1910-1918, each c. 87 x 140mm, together in a modern blue half morocco slip-case; comprising:

    Included are a collection of 29 autograph postcards signed by the four daughters of Tsar Nicholas II: Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia (OTMA). The cards are addressed to Daria Petrovna Gesse, mostly with greetings on holidays and feast days, in Russian, most of them sent from Tsarskoye Selo, 1910-1918. The cards each measure c. 87 x 140mm, together in a modern blue half morocco slip-case.

          

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