Lot 321: Literature

IAA

2015-09-16 14:07:00

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Lot 321: Literature: Selection Of A.Ls.S. And T.Ls.S (2) By Various Writers And Novelists Etc., Comprising John Galsworthy (Agreeing To Make One Speech At A Minister'S Luncheon, 1922), Hall Caine (Seeking News Of His Correspondent'S Safe Arrival And Discussing Plans For Forwarding A Bag And Suitcase To Him By Ordinary Goods Train), Hugh Walpole (Explaining That He Is So Very Busy That There 'Is No Chance Of My Going Through The Autographs In Detail Or Entering Into Correspondence'), Arnold Bennett (Letter Of Condolence To Lady Sykes On The Death Of Her Father, 'He Was A Most Lovable And Charming Man. I Say Nothing Of His Great Public Work, Which I Am Quite Incompetent To Judge. I Think Of Him In His Capacity As A Private Individual. He Must Surely Have Endeared Himself To Everybody He Met; And He Has Gone Away Too Soon', 1923), Kingsley Amis (Remarking That Some Bookplates Had Fallen Into His Cornflakes, 1988) And Michael Bond (Briefly Referring To Paddington'S Autograph And Paw Print, 1978). Generally Vg, 6] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £100-150
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