[London?], 1890. Very Good. A one page autograph letter sent to an un-named gentleman by English poet and critic William Cosmo Monkhouse (1840-1901). He is evidently writing to his publisher, promising to "...send Dent the etchings with instrctions tomorrow" and inquiring "are the volumes to be sent in sheets, folded to be quite loose. Why should they not be covered in paper - like the Catalogue of the Tudor Exhibition...I should like the ten private l.p. copies to be done so or bound in some simple way, different from the published copies. Say grey boards." Tipped to a larger grey sheet. Lightly toned else very good. AUTO/072516. (Inventory #: 29713)
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