Queen Elizabeth II Signed 1983 Royal Pardon Letter (PSA)

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Royal Pardon Letter is dated in the early 1960's and has been hand-signed on the top right corner by the longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. The contents of the Royal pardon is mentioning that the Queen is asking that the Governor of their prison in Durham shall release a prisoner by the name of Henry Topping Wilson. Wilson was arrested and sentenced to (79) days in prison as well as to pay the fines presented to him. The Queen's letter mentions that they shall release him and that all chargers are to be dropped.

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Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning monarch in British history, having ascended to the throne in 1952. Born in 1926, she has been a steadfast and unwavering symbol of continuity and stability for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Over the decades, her reign had seen significant historical events, cultural shifts, and changes in the world order. Her sense of duty, grace, and commitment to public service has endeared her to millions, making her a respected and beloved figurehead. Queen Elizabeth II's reign had witnessed the transformation of the monarchy and has solidified her as an enduring and iconic figure, not just in the United Kingdom, but on the global stage as well.

The autograph(s) includes an official PSA/DNA hologram and matching LOA for authenticity purposes.

Authentication: PSA LOA

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