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Pictured: One card has a drawing by Elizabeth of a Christmas tree on the front, a horseshoe inside and the inscription 'For Crawfie, from Lilibet'.<br />
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Charming hand-drawn Christmas cards by a young Queen Elizabeth II have sold for over £10,000.<br />
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The then princess created the festive correspondence throughout the 1930s from the age of about six onwards.<br />
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She gave them to her and Princess Margaret's Scottish-born childhood tutor Marion Crawford, who they affectionately called 'Crawfie'.