Title: AUTOGRAPH LETTER. SIGNED
Publication Date: 1908
Book Condition: Near Fine
Signed: Signed by Author
Mason, A. E. W. AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED ("Yours, A. E. W. Mason"), [17 Stratton Street, London, 1908). Single sheet of high quality water-marked paper, folded once. In NEAR FINE, crisp condition, written in black ink. The letter is an apology for having to cancel a meeting. A good example of Mason's autograph. Mason wrote several dozen turn-of-the-century novels, the best known being THE FOUR FEATHERS written in 1902, a classic adventure tale which has been filmed four times. Bookseller Inventory # 001178
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