Friday October 30, 2020

Bibliophiles spoilt for choice

Two sales compete for the attention of bibliophiles this month.

1st December, 2007

Two sales compete for the attention of bibliophiles this month.

At Mealy’s Rare and Scarce Books on December 4, the headline lots include the Verschoyle Archive, a collection of 400 letters to John Stuart Verschoyle, assistant editor of London Review, whose correspondents included Rudyard Kipling, Frank Harris, Thomas Hardy, Swinbourne, Whistler, Alfred Beit, Cecil Rhodes and many more.

The estimate is €12,000 to €17,000. There is also the first and only complete fine art facsimile...

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