MOVING LOCATIONS We are in the middle of moving our shop. Our Collections of books are packed and will be unpacked towards the end of August. We can still take Clamshell orders but delivery will only be in SEPTEMBER since that department is closed for the month of August during our move. We can still accept these orders and produce the cases for you all. Specific arrangements can be made but delivery will only be towards the end of September. Thank you for your understanding and thank you for your patronage.
Easton, Penn., USA: Leacock, 1924.
Autograph Display. Framed & Glazed. Signed by Author. Stephen Butler Leacock [1869 -1944] was an unlikely combination of humorist & political economist. Throughout his life he was able to successfully combine the roles of satirical & academic writer, university professor & public speaker. Original Autograph sentiment over a TLS dated Feb 12th, 1924, Easton , Pennsylvania on club sized stationery [6" 1/4 x 8" ¼]. In black fountain pen: " My best thanks for such / a fine note / Stephen Leacock" freely inscribed over the delightful original typed recipient's missive: "Apparently the penalty for writing such delightful books is to be pestered by the readers of them.". Displayed in matted windows with a handsome sepia photo print image, framed & glazed in an elegant museum quality wood frame to an overall size of 14" x 20". A lovely presentation.
Item #29025 Price: US$775.00