Letter of passage from Embassy of France in London 1897 - signed Geoffray

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Signed by Author(s)A letter of passage to the customs of France requesting assistance from the Embassy of the French Republique in London. Dated: 12 Janvier 1897. A letter template annotated and signed by the Charge 'affaire (Leon) Geoffray who, whilst in London, became convinced that a strong relationship between France and England should be formalised. It was his work on this that led to the Entente Cordiale. The letter is double folded. Franked: Ambassade de France a Londres - Republique Francais. The name of the traveller, the annotations and the destination customs offices (Calais and Paris) are in Geoffray's handwriting. The condition is good, sound, neat with no damage or wear. The print and ink are clear and easily legible. fk. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: Letter of passage from Embassy of France in London 1897 - signed Geoffray

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Categories: Biographies and Memoirs,

Publisher: 1897

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Book Condition: Good

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