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Dickens's signature, along with that of his father and of John Forster Esquire, on a small envelope.
[1846?] A single 8vo leaf, folded & with (broken) seal to form a small envelope, approx. 11 x 7cm, written on one side only in black ink.It is not clear what this signed leaf refers to. The uppermost line reads 'Favored by John Forster Esquire'; beneath this is the signature of Dickens's father 'John Dickens Esquire', and the third and last line bears the signature of Charles Dickens himself. The note appears to be an endorsement for something or someone, and shows the three signatories to be in agreement. It may refer to the dramatisation of Dickens's Christmas Book The Battle of Life
      [Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books]
Last Found On: 2017-03-04           Check availability:      Direct From Seller    


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