Autograph Letter Signed by Arthur Rackham

ephemera; autograph letter signed, ALS; [Rackham, Arthur]

Published by 13 June 1935, 1935
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Letter, handwritten and signed by Arthur Rackham to Miss F. D. Moss, 13 June 1935; with original mailing envelope. "Unfortunately I haven't a bookplate of my own. And I have designed very few." Flattened crease from folding, otherwise fine. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Autograph Letter Signed by Arthur Rackham
Publisher: 13 June 1935
Publication Date: 1935
Binding: Ephemera
Book Condition: Fine

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Rackham, Arthur
Published by 16 Chalcot Gardens, [London] (1919)
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Book Description 16 Chalcot Gardens, [London], 1919. Book Condition: Creased from prior folding. 3 pp. pen-and-ink on paper. 8vo. Rackham on Peter Pan. The great British gift book illustrator Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) writes to a Mr. Sutcliffe with news of two upcoming books (Some British Ballads and Cinderella), the whereabouts of the original watercolors for his early masterpiece, Peter Pan of Kensington Gardens, and work on a commissioned bookplate design for collector G.L. Lazarus. Reading in part: "In answer to your letter of the 8th, I have none of the Peter Pan drawings left nor do I know where any of them are as they were all sold to various private buyers by the Leicester Galleries on the occasion of their exhibition many years ago (1906 I think). I am holding a show in New York at Messrs. Scott & Fowles some time this autumn & at this show there will be 2 or 3 drawings, made for the 2nd edition of Peter Pan ?" Following on the success of the first Rackham illustrated edition of Peter Pan in 1906, a second edition was published in 1912 with a new color frontispiece, cover design, and seven new full-page illustrations. Mr. Sutcliffe is possibly George Sutcliffe of the high-end London bindery of Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Rackham later used the company to specially bind with works for distribution to friends. Cf. Hudson, Arthur Rackham, p. 168; Riall, p. 240 (for Lazarus bookplate) 3 pp. pen-and-ink on paper. 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 302459

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