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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist. Autograp

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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist. Autograph Envelope Signed, Charles Dickens, in the lower left corner, addressed in his hand to Frederic Ouvry at 66 Lincolns Inn Fields, London, and post marked at Rochester, 13th August 1869. With the novelist's blue printed initials to the verso. Accompanied by an original unsigned sepia carte-de-visite photograph of Dickens. Some very light age wear and a couple of minor smudges to the signature, otherwise VG The envelope would appear to have originally accompanied the letter by Dickens to his solicitor, Frederic Ouvry, of the same date which is published in The Letters of Charles Dickens (Pilgrim Edition, Volume 12, page 393) and now in the Henry E. Huntington Library. In the letter Dickens refers to a deed that he asked Ouvry to prepare in consequence of his publisher Chapman taking a partner, thereby protecting the arrangement by which Dickens and Chapman jointly shared the copyright of his books.
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DICKENS CHARLES: (1812-1870) English Novelist. Autograph Envelope Signed, Charles Dickens, in the lower left corner, addressed in his hand to Frederic Ouvry at 66 Lincolns Inn Fields, London, and post marked at Rochester, 13th August 1869. With the novelist's blue printed initials to the verso. Accompanied by an original unsigned sepia carte-de-visite photograph of Dickens. Some very light age wear and a couple of minor smudges to the signature, otherwise VG The envelope would appear to have originally accompanied the letter by Dickens to his solicitor, Frederic Ouvry, of the same date which is published in The Letters of Charles Dickens (Pilgrim Edition, Volume 12, page 393) and now in the Henry E. Huntington Library. In the letter Dickens refers to a deed that he asked Ouvry to prepare in consequence of his publisher Chapman taking a partner, thereby protecting the arrangement by which Dickens and Chapman jointly shared the copyright of his books.

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