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#206 - King Charles I

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King of England, Scotland, and Ireland (born 1600) from 1625 until his execution in the wake of the English Civil War in 1649. Following the Protectorate rule of Oliver Cromwell and his son, Richard, Charles's line was restored to the throne with the succession of his son, Charles II, in 1660, whose reign was retroactively dated to 1649. Rare manuscript vellum DS, signed “Charles P.,” one page, 13.75 x 9.25, November 22, 1621. Original warrant issued to Sir Adam Newton ordering payment of £79.10.8 "for reparacions of our Stables at the Mewes, St. James Sheene and Richmond," as per the bill subscribed by Sir Thomas Howard, Master of the Horse, for Francis Wethered, Surveyor of the Stables. Signed in the upper portion by Charles, and countersigned below by Francis Crane as auditor general. In fine condition, with two small areas of vellum irregularity. An attractive document signed by the 21-year-old Prince of Wales.

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