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Charles Dickens Signed Envelope Panel

Lot 0709 Details

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Renowned British novelist, author of "A Tale of Two Cities" and "A Christmas Carol" as well as numerous other classics. Attractive signed envelope, 4.75 x 2.75, addressed and signed by Dickens to "Edmund Yates, Esq., General Post Office, St. Martins." Beautifully signed "Charles Dickens," along the lower left edge in blue ink. From Dicken's own stationary, with his "C.D." monogram on the reverse. Light soiling along the right edge, otherwise in fine condition.
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Charles Dickens Signed Envelope Panel

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Sep 14, 2003
Starting Price $350
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Lot 0709 Details

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Renowned British novelist, author of "A Tale of Two Cities" and "A Christmas Carol" as well as numerous other classics. Attractive signed envelope, 4.75 x 2.75, addressed and signed by Dickens to "Edmund Yates, Esq., General Post Office, St. Martins." Beautifully signed "Charles Dickens," along the lower left edge in blue ink. From Dicken's own stationary, with his "C.D." monogram on the reverse. Light soiling along the right edge, otherwise in fine condition.

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