1772 HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT LETTER BY NOTED COLONEL, FUTURE BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THE FRENCH ARMY WHO WILL LOSE HIS HEAD TO THE REVOLUTIONARY TRIBUNAL IN 179300JT061
On offer is a pre French Revolution handwritten manuscript letter dated 1772 written by Adam Phillippe, the Vicomte de Custine, noted Colonel of the French Army to Monsier de Boynes requesting a position for Lieut. Constant, son of a noble Major, perhaps in the Colonies. Shortened at right for small loss but otherwise G.
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