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King George III

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George William Frederick, 1738-1820.  King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1760-1820; nominally King of France, 1760-1801; King of Hanover, 1814-1820.  Manuscript Document Signed, George R, two pages (recto and verso), 9½" x 14", Court of St. James's, May 26, 1768.

In this document, the King authorizes a general court martial to try and sentence a Private Grenadier in the Troop of House Grenadier Guards for disobedience of orders and insolent behavior behavior toward a lieutenant.

George III has signed this document with a large 2½" signature.  The paper and wax seal is intact.  The document is double matted in tan suede with an inlaid brown wood fillet, a portrait of George III, and an engraved identification plate and is framed in an ornate brown wood frame.



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