Lot 487: Kipling Rudyard

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Lot 487: Kipling Rudyard: (1865-1936) English Author, Nobel Prize Winner For Literature, 1907. A.L.S., Rudyard Kipling, Two Pages, Small 8Vo, Rottingdean, 18Th October 1897, To [D. W. Carmalt-] Jones. Kipling Thanks His Correspondent For An Invitation And Wishes That He Could Accept €˜To See How You Mark The Blue Degrees’ Although Adds That €˜With My Usual Sweet Luck’ He Cannot Come. Kipling Further States €˜You’Ve Been Having Simply Divine Weather For The Last Two Weeks - Clear Cold Or Clear Warm But, Cold Or Hot, There Was Always God’S Own Sun To Look At….€™ And Concludes €˜Every One Seems To Have Packed Up & Gone Back To Town And There Is A Great Silence In R’Dean’. Accompanied By An Envelope Hand Addressed By Kipling To D. W. Carmalt-Jones At The Athenaeum Although Post Marked In France, 1913. Vg, 2Dudley William Carmalt-Jones (1874-1957) British Professor Of Systematic Medicine. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction July 2015 Saturday, 18th July 2015 Estimate: £200 - 300
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