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I believe this soldier may have been a member of the 325th Infantry Regiment. My Grandfather, then Lieutenant Cooke marched in that parade. I have his letter and several other pieces of his WWI & WWII memorabilia. My Father also Served in WWII and I served from 1982 - 2004.
I have a hand written letter from King George written to my Grandfather who was a prisoner of war. I was wondering how much it was worth. Thank you.
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I have this letter too given to my grandfather. My father has cherished it. I see lots of questions but has anyone received an answer to them?
I have a similar letter and envelope that was sent to my great-grandmother from King George of England thanking her for the service of her son, Albert Crews, in WWI.
I to also have the same letter that I inherrited. Could you please tell me if this letter is worth anything? My email address is email@example.comThank you for your time.
I have one too which was given to me when my grandparents died. It was sent to my great grandmother, however mine is signed by someone named George to his mother. My great grandmother only had one son..my grandfather Fred. So I can't figure out who this is from or how she ended up with it.
I forgot to give you my email address...firstname.lastname@example.org regarding the King George letter that I have.
I also have a Letter just like this with the envelope. Exactly alike. How do I know for sure if this is authentic? I came across it after my mother died. The envelope is stamped "Soldiers mail" and also has the Windsor stamp also on it. Could you please enlighten me as too if its worth anything? Thank you for your time.
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