FREDERIK, Prince, of Orange-Nassau, Prince of the Netherlands.
[Letter in German, signed, to General-Major Von Elderhorst].
The Hague, 24 December 1841. 24.5 x 20 cm. In pen and ink on wove paper. , [3 blank] pp.
(2) FREDERIK, Prince, of Orange-Nassau.
[Letter in Dutch, signed, to the jurist Mr. Jacobus Wertheim Jzn., with envelope sealed with red wax and the royal arms].
The Hague, 19 July 1851 (postmarked 20 July). 26.5 x 21.5 cm. Pen and ink letter thanking Wertheim for a copy of his doctoral thesis (De consulibus mercatorum Batavis
, University of Utrecht, 1851). The paper is unusual, perhaps machine-made, but with a pattern of chainlines and wavy laidlines. , [3 blank] pp.(3) FREDERIK, Prince, of Orange-Nassau.
[Printed form letter in Dutch, signed, filled in and addressed to the jurist Mr. Jacobus Wertheim Jzn].
The Hague, 10 March 1863. 32.5 x 21 cm. Printed form letter on laid paper informing him that he has been made a member of a commission for the erection of a monument commemorating (the 50th anniversary of) the return of the House of Orange to the Netherlands in November 1813 after the defeat of Napoleon. , [3 blank] pp.(4). LOUISE OF PRUSSIA, Princess of Orange-Nassau.
[Autograph signature, perhaps clipped from a letter to Mademoiselle de Viereck in Berlin, a lady in waiting of Louise's late mother, the Queen of Prussia].
The Hague? (stamped on envelope), [1826?]. 7.5 x 10 cm. Pen and ink signature on laid paper, mounted on wove paper. With envelope with black wax seal. The signature reads "Louise Prinzeß in der Niederlande geborene Prinzeß von Preußen". She and Frederik were married in 1825. The envelope is addressed "A Mademoiselle| Mademoiselle de Viereck Dame d'atour de feu S.M. la Reine de Pruße".  p.(5). TIMM.
[Autograph letter in German].
[No place], 18 January 1826. 24 x 19.5 cm. Pen and ink letter.  pp. A letter mentioning Prince Frederick and his recent bride Louise. Full description