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AB Philea Sale - 393

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

Manuscripts, regal
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2001     imageSweden, KRISTINA (1626–(1632)–1644–1654), Queen of Sweden. Beautiful rare own signed resolution/decision with her lovely royal paper seal still attached, dated in Stockholm August 12, 1647. Content about that the old soldier Peder Carsson should have two free barrel of grain each year from the Crown and that he is according to an ealier resolution/decision 1638 free from service as soldier. On back it is written up for each year he had got the two barrels and from who. Finnish places as 1649 Storsavolax, 1653-1653 Telenäs. Good quality but fragile, some paper separation and a little paper loss. Transciption enclosed. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 302

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2002     imageSweden, KRISTINA (1626–(1632)–1644–1654), Queen of Sweden. Part of manuscript signed Christina and then more writing on same item dated in Stettin September 25, 1647 and Stettin October 13, 1647, about payment. Also including are several printed pages of Kristina's Baptism at Gripsholm November 30, 1623 (rare item), then cut outs from other documents (her signature and paper seal) and a postcard. Good quality but some paper losses and an item a little burned at right. Transcript enclosed of the 1647 item. (6) (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2003     imageSweden, HEDVIG ELEONORA (1636–1660–1715). Queen of Sweden 1656– and regent during the minority of Karl XI 1660–1672 and during the minority of Karl XII 1697. Interesting letter content of that Freidrich Leijer is ordered to do and deliver several tables and stools for Karlberg (then just outside Stockholm) and royal castle from 1688. Dated in Carlberg July 10, 1703. Transcript enclosed. Very scarce item! (Image1)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2004     imageSweden, KARL XI (1655–1672–1697). Very interesting letter content, dated in Stockholm May 9, 1696 and signed Carolus. The letter content is an application from Anders Mårtensson Hällendorf "an old and poor man" to get the final payment for many years of different service for the Swedish Navy. Mention e.g he had served on Havsfrun which was captured by the Danish 1677 and later served in Göteborg under Amiral Erik Siöblad. Transcription enclosed. Good quality but with some paper loss. Also enclosed two coins from 1666 & 1686 with less value. Scarce item! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2005     imageSweden, KARL XII (1682–1697–1718), King of Sweden. Signed document with Carolus in Bender (near Black Sea) May 3, 1712. The document is part of an incoming message about help (and payment for service and goods to the Swedish Crown) to the estate of Antoni von Boij, founder of several minings, hammers etc during 50 years. Now deceased and the estate is in badly need of money to pay their own debts. Very rare item and the document had been strenghten, reinforced and had some paper separation. Transcript of the King's message is enclosed. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 252

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2006     imageSweden, ULRIKA ELEONORA (1688–1718–1741). Queen of Sweden 1718– . Interesting Royal proclamation signed by Ulrika Eleonora in Stockholm September 27, 1731, while active regent during her husband's travel to Hessen (Germany). Also more writing in Finland and e.g dated in Helsinki October 23, 1731 by P. S. Stierncrantz. Then sent by Crown Mail with lovely crown coil with notation "to be published in Sarijärfwi and Witasarij" and "conveyed by district postal farmers through night and day". Multiple signs of natural aging. Scarce to find Ulrika's signature on document when acting as ruler in the King's absence. Ok quality regarding to the rarity. Transcription enclosed. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2007     imageSweden, FREDRIK I (1676–1720–1751). King of Sweden. A resolution (decision) dated in Stockholm in the council chamber December 19, 1729, signed Friedrich and attached his royal paper seal. Content is about the farmer's Anders Erichsson at Berga (maybe that near Fellingsbro, Örebro county) contract from May 2, 1720. Rare item in good quality! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2008     imageSweden, ADOLF FREDRIK (1710–1751–1771), King of Sweden. Letter content about a pension fund and dated Stockholm in the council chamber November 20, 1761, stamped "Adolph Friedrich". The use of a royal name stamp was earlier done under the previous Swedish king as he went old and was not in good health. The Parliament gave from May 26, 1756 the council right to use the name stamp to also sign government decisions which Adolf Fredrik refused to sign. For signature reference is also enclosed a letter in German signed by Adolf Fredrik 1741 (before his election as Swedish Crown Prince). Scarce item in good quality! (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2009     imageSweden, GUSTAF III (1746–1771–1792). King of Sweden. Very interesting document with nice Royal paper seal and signed Gustaf. Dated at Stockholms Castle April 3, 1778 (322×204 mm). This is a permission, for the request sent to the King by pastor Johan Wikelius in Järsnäs parish, Jönköping County, given to the farmer Israel Israelsson at Hult, Lommaryd, Jönköpings County to remarry after infidelity in his previous marriage with Chatarina Jönsdotter. Where she is already remarried. Rare to document this kind of story. The item is nicely framed, for wall display, size 42×32 cm. Transcript enclosed. Very good quality! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 202

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2010     imageSweden, GUSTAF III (1746–1771–1792). King of Sweden. Iinteresting document (3½ page) mentioning the establishment of The Duke Carl's "Drabantkår" with the Colonel Robert von Rosen as highest officer. Dated at Drottningholm Casle October 7, 1790 and signed Gustaf. Good quality but have been folded. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 121

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2011     imageSweden, GUSTAF IV ADOLF (1778–1796–1837). King of Sweden–1809. Appointment signed "Gustaf Adolph", dated at Carlsruhe Castle (Baden) July 11, 1804 duing his and the families stay at his parents in law. Amd with his royal paper seal still attached. Regarding 2nd Lieutenant (Fänrik) Michael Silvius von Hohenhausen (1790–1849) at the Finnish Life Guards. Rare item in good quality! (Image1)

Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2012     imageSweden, KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. He was the younger brother of Gustaf III. Beautiful mourning letter (due to King Gustaf III's death) with black edges and black seal. Signed Carl and dated Drottningholm Castle September 26, 1792 to Count Rosen by courier. Scarce item in good quality! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2013     imageSweden, KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. He was the younger brother of Gustaf III. Letter to Colonel N F Jernfeltz in Norrköping. Easy to read. Dated at Stockholm Castle April 18, 1793, signed Carl and his royal seal in black on back (due to King Gustaf III's death = mourning letter). Scarce item in good quality but some paper separation. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2014     imageSweden, KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. He was the younger brother of Gustaf III. Three letter content signed by Carl. The first (1page) dated at Stockholm Castle April 26, 1793 is a permission for major for 6 months leave, the second (2½ pages) dated in Drottningholm September 1793 to Colonel N F Jernfeltz, the Life Grenadier Regiment and in the content is mentioned "for valour in the field" (för tapperhet i fält). The third is item (1½ page) is dated in Stockholm Castle March 14, 1796 and to the Ministry of War about the dismissed Lieutenant Gabriel Silljander, Regiemnt of Skaraborg to live at Hoffmanstorp (in the area of the same regiment). Transcription is enclosed for two of them, the other is an easy read. Scarce itrems in good quality! (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Estimate US$ 121

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2015     imageSweden, KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden. Nice letter signed Carl and dated on October 24, 1809 at Stockholm Castle. By Swedish Mail with listing number "15" to the commander of Närkes and Värmlands Regiment in Örebro. Full content and about to prepare for a general mustering of the regiment. Rare to document this. Fine quality! (Image1)

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Estimate US$ 151

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2016     imageSweden, KARL XIII (1748–1809–1818). Regent of Sweden, also during the minority of Gustaf IV Adolf 1792–1796. Interesting letter content 1½ written pages, that is about the progress of road construction between Dalarna and Värmland, that had already cost more than planned and that a report at the end of the year is requested. Dated at Stockholm Castle April 7, 1813, signed Carl and A Mörner (Count Adolph Göran Mörner af Morlanda). Transcript enclosed. Rare document in good quality! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 151

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Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
Manuscripts, non-regal
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2017     imageSweden, Carl Bonde (1581–1652). Governor of Dalarna with the copper and iron mines (1607– ) and Governor of Västerås and Västmanland including Sala silver mine 1613– . The document is signed on July 20, 1616 and is mentioning amount of bar iron (stångjärn). There is a memorial dated on June 19, 1616 in which he is mentioned for his actions against the ongoing for years extensice copper stealth trade. Which was more or less then solved. Good quality for this scarce item. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 101

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM

SWEDEN

Prephilately
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2018     imageSweden, Courier post Beautiful and very rare letter by Royal courier, signed "Carolus" (Swedish King Karl IX), dated in Kalmar October 20, 1603. Nice ornament and with his royal paper seal attached on outside. Sent to the governor Torsten Lindormsson Forstena (1561–1631) at Elfsborg Castle (outskirts of Gothenburg). Torsten was then father to Field Marshal Lennart Torstensson. The King was in Kalmar to organize a new campaign in Polish Livonia (ongoing war with Poland), where he actually minted new coins. The Elfsborg (Älvsborg) fortress was conquered by the Danes May 22, 1612 (Kalmar War 1611–1613) and it was determined in the Peace that Sweden had to pay 1 million Riksdaler silver coins, to be paid in four instalments: 1616, 1617, 1618 and 1619 before Älvsborg was handed back. Very good quality although folded a long time ago. (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 1,006

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2019     imageSweden, Courier post Very early and rare courier letter with very nice handwriting, dated at Stockholm Castle August 4, 1605. Punched with device and probably smoked to desinfect the letter. During whole year 1605 the plague haunted Stockholm. Full beautifully written content. Also in August Karl IX sailed from Stockholm across the Baltic Sea with a fleet of about 40 warships and transport ships with troops for a campaign in Polish Livonia and besieged Riga. Excellent quality! (Image1) (Image2)

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Estimate US$ 403

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM
2020     imageSweden, Courier post Beautiful written courier letter to Chancellor of the Swedish Crown (=Axel Oxenstierna) with a nice little red seal on back. Notation on back "Presented May 25/ Feb 4 1634". Oxenstierna was leader of the Government during the minority of Queen Kristina 1632–1644 which 1636 set up the Swedish Mail. Very good quality! (Image1)

Estimate US$ 101

CLOSED
Closing..May-19, 02:00 AM

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