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Item:192959514716vintage ::: 1890-1910 ::: articles Click images to enlarge Description THE EMPRESS OF RUSSIA AT HOME An unnamed author writes about the life of the Empress and describes various palaces in Moscow and St P. that are occupied from time to time by the royal couple. Noticeable information in this guided tour is a description of the Empress at leisure in Tsarskoe Selo, where she is drawing caricatures of visitors. When the Tsar enquires what she is doing she relies "Oh caricatures, as usual.". Romanov specialists will know whether the Tsarina indeed had artistic capabilities. In Moscow, writer finds their wedding presents still in their packing cases. A 13 page article with 14 illustrations, mostly photos. Page size 6¼ x 9¼ ins. Origin - Taken from a bound volume published London in 1897. Shipping We pack your magazines and articles in a plastic bag and then in a cardboard backed envelope marked DO NOT BEND. Publication details will be provided on a compliment slip. Have you bought more than one item? Have you bought from our other Ebay sites - PER ADUA and RTICKLES4U as well? Glad to COMBINE to save you postage costs but please wait for our adjusted invoice before paying. About Us We are Frank and Doreen who scour old bound volumes to see if they contain articles that will be of interest to specialists in a wide range of subjects. We maintain a database of articles that have been tracked down over the last 10 years; it covers the years 1890 to 1910. You are welcome to contact us if there is anything you are interested in finding. Contact Us Try using the ASK A QUESTION tab in the listing. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING Get images that make Supersized seem small.Tailor your auctions with Auctiva's Listing Templates! THE simple solution for eBay sellers. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE CounterCondition:VERY GOOD - Lightly read, clean and undamaged., Binding:Loose Pages, Articles, Year Printed:1896, Special Attributes:Illustrated
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1897 visit EMPRESS RUSSIA Romanov palaces St Petersburg : magazine article ms