Fuad I of Egypt, King
Letter signed, three pages (on two conjoined sheets), 5 x 8 inch, Paris, 7.02.1913, `Hotel Continental - Paris` stationery, in Italian, to Ernesto Pacelli (Director of `Banco di Roma`); Fuad I tells Pacelli, that the Balkan conflict and the campaign he has been conducting in Europe for nine months are being resolved in the best way, but in anticipation of a visit to the Emperor of Russia - and for any other eventuality - calls for a credit of one hundred thousand francs to be opened at the Paris office, signed in black ink, attractively mounted (removable) for display with a photograph, shows Fuad I of Egypt in a chest-up portrait in uniform (altogether 11,75 x 16,5 inch), with intersecting letter folds and mild foxing - in fine to very fine condition. Accompanied by the original envelope and a letter from the Undersecretary of La Scala to Ernesto Pacelli is also attached, stating that there is no political problem to grant Fuad I what he asks for (16.12.1912).
|Profession||Sultan and later King of Egypt and Sudan, Sovereign of Nubia, Kordofan, and Darfur|
|Year of birth||1868|
|year of death||1936|
|Size in inch (1 inch = 2.5 cm)||5 x 8 (altogether 11,75 x 16,5)|
|Condition||fine to very fine|
|Type of Autograph||letters|