Answers: Here are some ways people used to closing stages letters, especially contained by the British Empire, about 50 or more years ago. You may find various them quaint plenty for your use, and in doing so trigger rotten a revival :-).
"Yours faithfully" -- to someone who is not even an acquaintance.
"Yours truly" -- to an nouns.
"Yours very truly" -- to a friend.
"Yours obediently" -- to one's superior contained by an organization, or to a customer of a company.
"Your compliant servant" -- from a civil servant (e.g., tax officer) to a citizen. No kid, I did not make this up.
There be quite bizarre concluding paragraphs that preceded such ending when the letter be from a civil servant. Here are two:
"I have the honour to be, sir,"
"I sponge to have the honour to be, sir,"
(British spellings -- solely the British and their colonial subjects spelled that way."
++ First given name
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