[ Walter Sydney Sichel, historical biographer. ] Autograph Signature ('Walter S Sichel') on part of letter.

Walter S. Sichel [ Walter Sydney Sichel ] (1855-1933), English historical biographer biographer
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Without place or date.

On one side of 7 x 11 cm piece of paper, cut from the end of a letter. In good condition, lightly aged. Reads: 'It would be very good of you to append this short notice of a deserving measure. | Please forgive me trespassing on yr. time & good nature and believe me | Faithfully your's | Walter S Sichel'. For more information about Sichel, see his entry in Who Was Who.

[Offprint] The Obstetrical Aspects of Tristram Shandy

C.H.G. Macafee, MB., FRCS, FRCOG.
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Printed by Graham and Heslip LImited, Franklin Works, Belfast, [1950 [Reprinted from 'The Ulster Medical Journal,' May, 1950.

[12]pp., 8vo, printed paper wraps, stapled as issued, covers in poor condition but text complete. No copies listed on COPAC, one printed version on WorldCat (Australia)

Catalogue of Books, Manuscripts, Autographs and Drawings.

Alexander Denham and Co. [Charles Whittingham; Chiswick Press; autographs; booksellers' catalogues]
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London: For Sale by Alex'r Denham and Co., 23 Haymarket, S.W.; 1902. [Chiswick Press: Charles Whittingham and Co. Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London.]

Quarto: 65 pp. Numerous plates. In original grey printed wraps. Internally good, with a little spotting and creasing to the ruckled edges; wraps worn and stained. A beautifully printed item, on thick laid paper. Among the printed matter are books of hours, breviaries, psalters, and letters (with facsimile plates) by Byron, Keats, Johnson and Sterne; and manuscripts of Fielding and Horace Walpole.

Autographs and Manuscripts. Catalogue of a Selection of Important Historical, Literary and other Autographs, being the second portion of a Collection for Sale.

M. M. Holloway, London autograph dealer [autographs; sale catalogues]
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London: M. M. Holloway, 25 Bedford Street, Strand, W.C. 1862.

Octavo: 52 pp. Stitched and unbound. Good, if a tad grubby. In alphabetical order from Queen Adelaide to the Duchess of York, but lotted 236 to 553. Tastefully printed, and including letters of Charles I, Coleridge, Dr Johnson, Samuel Richardson, Rossini, Sir Walter Scott, Laurence Sterne and Horace Walpole.

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