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World letter from Queen Elisabeth II is auctioned

11:10  26 november  2022
11:10  26 november  2022 Source:   bunte.de

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In the course of her 70-year reign, the British Queen Elisabeth II has sent countless letters, many of them very formal, others personally. One of these private letters will be auctioned this Saturday in Leinfelden-Echterdingen: a Stuttgart auction house offers the handwritten two-page letter from the queen (1926-2022) died in September to a passionate rider. According to the auction house, he was written by the monarch and signed with "Elizabeth R", addressed to a London luxury hotel in which the recipient resided at the time.

Das Stuttgarter Auktionshaus Eppli versteigert neben weiteren Objekten zum Thema «Britisches Königshaus» einen handgeschriebenen zweiseitigen Brief der kürzlich gestorbenen Königin Elisabeth II. (1926-2022) aus dem Jahr 1966. © Julian Rettig/dpa The Stuttgart auction house Eppli, in addition to other objects on the subject of “British royal family”, auctioned a handwritten two-sided letter from the recently died Queen Elisabeth II (1926-2022) from 1966.

The address mat Etti Plesch, born Maria Countess von Wurmbrand-Stuppach (1914-2003), was married to a wealthy Hungarian lawyer at the time. Her passion was for equestrian sport, which she closely connected to the queen of horse. Animals from Plesch's stable won the Epsom Derby, which was considered the most prestigious race in England, twice.

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The Queen therefore wrote the "dear Mrs. Plesch" in a not particularly decent manuscript that it was "delighted by the pretty photo of the sandringham horses that I got from them and Mr. Plesch for Christmas". The then 40 -year -old concludes her letter of thanks with the insight that patience in horse breeding is perhaps the most important virtue - and a bit of luck.

and the way of writing to Baden-Württemberg? Plesch actually lived in Monaco, but she often stayed with important horse races in her German home and also had an apartment in Baden-Baden because of its proximity to the racetrack in Iffezheim. After her death, an employee turned to the auction house.

Ferdinand Benedikt Eppli from the auction house of the same name is based on two target groups for the letter, which is called up at a starting price of 2600 euros. "There are lovers who are targeting item pieces with an interesting story or prominent senders," he said before the German press agency's auction. "And there are fans of the British royal family."

It is not the only document of the royal family that is offered on Saturday. In addition to the queen's letter, a letter from the Buckingham Palace from the Lady Di office could also change owners. It thanks one of her oldest court ladies for a high-quality knitting sweater made for Princess Diana, which was made unique and handed over as a gift after her state visit to Vienna.

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