Henri v, Count of Chambord superb autograph letter signed on the reversity and lexil - 1842. Prince of the french royal family, head of the Capetian bourbon house, grandson of King Charles x, chief and last representative of the elder and French branch of the bourbon house, he is a contender for the French crown from 1844 to his death under the name of henri v. Last legitimate descendant in men's line of louis xv. His childless death in 1883 marked the extinction of the Art branch of the Capetian bourbon house and the beginning of a quarrel between the houses of Spanish bourbon and orleans to find out which one has the most legitimacy to the crown of France.March 11, 1842, 1 page. \"If the reversity is useful to all men, it is even more important to the princes. She introduces them to objects without illusion and men without disguise.
The lesson of lexil is bitter; but, god helping, she will not be lost to me or to France... The item \"henri v, superb autograph letter signed, adversity and exile\" is on sale since Saturday, November 14, 2020. It is in the category \"collections-letters, old papers-autographs-historical personalities\". The seller is \"epistole\" and is located in bets.
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