Lot 997: Jellicoe, Earl


2015-09-16 14:11:58


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Lot 997: Jellicoe Earl: (1859-1935) British Admiral Of The Fleet During World War I. A.L.S., Jellicoe, One Page, 8Vo, Hatfield, 24Th May 1918, To Mr. Knox. Jellicoe Thanks His Correspondent For Having Sent Him The Report Of The Work Of The Missions To Seamen Which He Will Read. Together With A Second A.L.S., Jellicoe, Two Pages, 8Vo, Isle Of Wight, 6Th March 1920, To Mr. Knox. Jellicoe States That He Would Gladly Reconsider His Decision If He Could, But The Date Of The Meeting Makes It Impossible For Him To Attend, Explaining That He Has To Be In Cambridge And London, And Remarking 'I Am Really Very Sorry As You Know I Simpathise Greatly With The Work Of The Mission'. Both Letters Bear The Received Date Stamps Of The Missions To Seamen. Light Age Wear And Some Minor Traces Of Former Mounting To The Second Letter, Only Very Slightly Obscuring The Printed Address And Holograph Date. G, 2. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £80-100
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