Louis xviii king of france signed letter to his " cousin" - his person and crown - 1817. Exiled under the French revolution and the first empire, he de jure adopted as a pretender to the throne the name of louis xviii, and returned in france during the restoration that followed the fall of the Napoleonic emperor. During his reign, considering the evolution of the franc between 1789 and 1814, louis xviii struggled to cope with the achievements of the revolution and the empire. Letter signed by louis xviii, bets, 1. February 1817, countersigned by the head of government, armand-emmanuel du plessis, duke of richplace, 1 page in folio.
Letter addressed to his "cousin" in which louis xviii evokes his person and the crown. "My cousin, I received the letter you wrote on the occasion of the last Christmas celebrations. The assurances you give me of your feelings and the vux that you form for my person and for the benefit of my crown mont caused a great satisfaction.This step can only increase your share of my esteem and affection, and I will always be pleased to renew your testimony. In 1815 he succeeded Talleyrand as head of government and minister of foreign affairs. Good condition - sent by registered mail. The item "louis xviii king of france letter signed to cousin his person and crown" has been on sale since Saturday 30 October 2021. It is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons".
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