March 31, 1939
Prince George of Russia, who died at New York on November 7, has left a "net estate of $10,070, reports the New York Times.
The transfer-tax appraisal was filed today. The full name provided in the official documents was listed as George Constantinovich Romanoff. He was the third son of the late Grand Duke Kontantin Konstantovich of Russia.
Prince George's gross estate before "debts, funeral and administrative expenses" was $22,734. He was $10,364 in debts. His assets included securities valued at $15,120 and jewelry "worth $1,327.
The heir to his estate is his sister, Princess Vera Constantinova Romanoff, who lives in Germany. She will receive a direct payment.
Prince George was a resident of the United States for nine years.