I have been digging through some of my postal history and postcards recently (mainly for organizational purposes) and found these interesting letter heads, and letter that seem to be for and originated from the half brother of the King of Spain. However, after quite a bit of research, I can't seem to find anything about him.
Nor, can I find any information in regards to the seals used on the letters.
Here are the scans if anyone is interested in reviewing:
US News Article:
They misspelled his name. Also, the Majestic (RMS Majestic) mentioned was an ocean liner that would run between Southhampton, UK and New York, US and was formerly known as the SS Bismarck.
Verification of Newspaper .. the back shows it well.
The content of one of the letters in Greek. It seems to me that someone was requesting a large sum of money .. especially for 1933:
Anyways, I thought I would share it as it interested me quite a bit. Also, if anybody knows more information about Don Louis de Bourbon, feel free to share. It is not exactly stamp history, but the postal history overall was quite exciting to learn.