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A 19th century framed armorial bookplate
A 19th century framed armorial bookplate

A 19th century framed armorial bookplate



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A 19th century armorial bookplate for Charles van Raalte.

Charles van Raalte, 1856-1906, son of Isak van Raalte; married Florence Clow and had 2 children. A wealthy stockbroker of Jewish ancestry he lived in Grosvenor Square and (from 1901) on Brownsea Island. His daughter married 8th Baron Howard de Walden. He invited Robert Baden-Powell to stay on Brownsea and encouraged him to establish the Scout movement.

Condition: Very good.

Framed in matt black.

OFFERED BY: Armorial bookplates, portraits & bindings
By Appointment Only, 601 Linen Hall, 162-168 Regent Street, London, W1B 5TG, United Kingdom View map

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