Lot 273: Kipling, Rudyard

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2015-09-16 14:06:53

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Lot 273: Kipling Rudyard: (1865-1936) English Author, Nobel Prize Winner For Literature, 1907. A.L.S., Ruddy, One Page, 8Vo, Bateman'S, Burwash, Sussex, 10Th May 1910, To Sybil [Heeley]. Kipling Informs His Correspondent That 'Our People Left Us Yesterday And Got Home All Right', And Remarking 'I Think They Enjoyed Their Visit', Further Continuing 'Of Course You Shall Have Your Autograph. I Send It Along On A Card (No Longer Present) Herewith'. Kipling Also Writes 'The King'S Death So Stood All Engagements On Their Head & I Am Most Awfully Busy'. With Blank Integral Leaf. One Small, Extremely Minor Split To The Right Edge Of The Central Fold, Not Affecting The Text Or Signature, Vg Sybil Heeley - Daughter Of Wilfred Lucas Heeley (1833?-1876) And His Wife Josephine.] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £200-300
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