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Catlin (George) Autograph Letter signed to Captain
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Catlin (George, American painter, author, and traveller, 1796-1872) Autograph Letter signed to Captain William Henry Shippard, 2pp. & envelope, 8vo, n.p., n.d. [?1847], "I spent the whole of Sunday looking over Mr. Waldeck's drawings, and have had the headache ever since. I go tomorrow at 1 ock with Sir Thos. Phillipps to call on him", folds, small tear.

⁂ Sir Thomas Phillipps, baronet (1792-1872), collector of books and manuscripts. "He had a particular sympathy with Catlin's crusade not merely to depict but to preserve the way of life of the indigenous peoples of North America." - Oxford DNB.
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Catlin (George) Autograph Letter signed to Captain

Estimate £800 - £1,200
Mar 28, 2019
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Starting Price £480
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0342: Catlin (George) Autograph Letter signed to Captain

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Est. £800 - £1,200Starting Price £480
Mar 28, 2019 9:00 AM EDT
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Catlin (George, American painter, author, and traveller, 1796-1872) Autograph Letter signed to Captain William Henry Shippard, 2pp. & envelope, 8vo, n.p., n.d. [?1847], "I spent the whole of Sunday looking over Mr. Waldeck's drawings, and have had the headache ever since. I go tomorrow at 1 ock with Sir Thos. Phillipps to call on him", folds, small tear.

⁂ Sir Thomas Phillipps, baronet (1792-1872), collector of books and manuscripts. "He had a particular sympathy with Catlin's crusade not merely to depict but to preserve the way of life of the indigenous peoples of North America." - Oxford DNB.

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