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He was known as Siocha to the imperial family and was appointed French tutor to the children of Tsar Alexander III in 1886 when he was 28. He remained with them until 1899 and continued to be close to them for the remainder of his life.
This interesting letter finds her discussing daily life, Princess Vera, Prince Valdemar and Prince Viggo. Accompanied by its original envelope and its original stamp one of very few that Thormeyer didn't remove. Photographs form part of the Description. Envelope Size: 15.5 x 12.5.