Printed Books and Manuscripts | 17 April 2014

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59

Album, letters, including: Alfred Tennyson, John Singer Sargent

Sold for £4000

Literary, artistic etc.-

Album, letters, including: Alfred Tennyson, John Singer Sargent, Helen Allingham, Gertrude Jekyll, E.H. Shepard, Edith Somerville, J.M. Barrie, Rudyard Kipling, H.G. Wells, Hall Caine, Alfred Sutro, Anne [Thackeray] Ritchie, Andrew Lang, Marie Corelli, Eliza Lynn Linton, E.V. Lucas, Garibaldi (ordering 6 bottles of cognac and 6 bottles of Vermouth), Robert Baden-Powell (3), Lord Rosebery, Hubert von Herkomer, John Tenniel, Harry Furniss, Luke Fildes, Sir Frederic Leighton, Frank Dicksee (2), Marcus Stone, Henry Woods, Alma Tadema, John Collier, Bernard Partridge, Linley Sambourne (2), Charles Dickens (signed cheque); cut signatures, including: John Singer Sargent, Conan Doyle, Lord Esher, Hubert Parry, Charles Lyall, Aston Webb, together c. 130 pieces, most laid down, some loose, bound in a contemporary vellum album with ink floral decoration on upper cover and cloth ties, 8vo & 4to, 1861-1915.

⁂ A good collection of literary, artistic and political letters and autographs.

Printed Books and Manuscripts

Thursday 17 April 2014, 1.00pm

Bloomsbury London
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