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Literature Autographs

Autographs from famous writers and other figures in the literature world, both historical and modern/contemporary. Signed photos, letters and more. All guaranteed authentic - all items with price are in stock. Please ask us for any unlisted autographs you are looking for.

Literature Autographs

Autographs from famous writers and other figures in the literature world, both historical and modern/contemporary. Signed photos, letters and more. All guaranteed authentic - all items with price are in stock. Please ask us for any unlisted autographs you are looking for.

Literature Autographs

(Item #: M7257-Y13D)
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan, signed and inscribed by her, with a short sentiment in latin. Size is 3.25 x 5.3 inches, minor silvering on borders, in very good condition.
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan,... read more >
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan, signed and inscribed by her, with a short sentiment in latin. Size is 3.25 x 5.3 inches, minor silvering on borders, in very good condition.
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member...

$250.00 USD

(Item #: M7257-Y13D)
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan, signed and inscribed by her, with a short sentiment in latin. Size is 3.25 x 5.3 inches, minor silvering on borders, in very good condition.
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan,... read more >
Italian poet and writer (1870-1945), first woman member of the Italian Academy (1940). Fine signed photo postcard by Camuzzi, Milan, signed and inscribed by her, with a short sentiment in latin. Size is 3.25 x 5.3 inches, minor silvering on borders, in very good condition.

(Item #: M6957-H3)
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to someone thanking her visit and books, dated in Isla Negra (Chile) in 1964, with a small drawing by him.  Tercera Residencia is a book of poetry, 112 pages, this is the 2nd edition (1951), Editorial Losada, Buenos Aires, soft covers, 6 x 8 inches. Neruda signs it on the first page. Original dust jacket and book are both in excellent condition. See scans of autograph page, front cover and title page.
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to... read more >
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to someone thanking her visit and books, dated in Isla Negra (Chile) in 1964, with a small drawing by him.  Tercera Residencia is a book of poetry, 112 pages, this is the 2nd edition (1951), Editorial Losada, Buenos Aires, soft covers, 6 x 8 inches. Neruda signs it on the first page. Original dust jacket and book are both in excellent condition. See scans of autograph page, front cover and title page.
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of...

$2,500.00 USD

(Item #: M6957-H3)
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to someone thanking her visit and books, dated in Isla Negra (Chile) in 1964, with a small drawing by him.  Tercera Residencia is a book of poetry, 112 pages, this is the 2nd edition (1951), Editorial Losada, Buenos Aires, soft covers, 6 x 8 inches. Neruda signs it on the first page. Original dust jacket and book are both in excellent condition. See scans of autograph page, front cover and title page.
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to... read more >
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician (1904-1973), winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book "Tercera Residencia", inscribed to someone thanking her visit and books, dated in Isla Negra (Chile) in 1964, with a small drawing by him.  Tercera Residencia is a book of poetry, 112 pages, this is the 2nd edition (1951), Editorial Losada, Buenos Aires, soft covers, 6 x 8 inches. Neruda signs it on the first page. Original dust jacket and book are both in excellent condition. See scans of autograph page, front cover and title page.

(Item #: M7805-A1-5)
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published outside Russia due to a government ban.  Signed carbon copy of 10 poems, later published in Doctor Zhivago (1957), 20 pages (rectos only), original tan wrappers, size is 6.75 x 9 inches. Inscribed to Iuri Aleksandrovich Afanasiev, a leading reformist intellectual appointed rector of the State History and Archives Institute in 1986. Afanasiev has used his position to shed a more factual light on Stalin´s purges and crimes. Warmly inscribed on the first blank page: "To dear Iuri Aleksandrovich for good memory in wishing a speedy settling of your home life Pasternak 8 March 1948." This signed typescript comprises ten of the 25 "Lara" poems in Pasternak's Nobel Prize winning novel Doctor Zhivago (1957). Pasternak was one of Russia's greatest poets when he conceived his epic tale of the Soviet Union. He worked on the novel for many years (the earliest passages date from the 1910s) and composed the poetry at various intervals during its gestation. For example, "Gamlet" [Hamlet] was written in 1946 while Pasternak was working on his celebrated translation of Shakespeare's drama. The date of the composition of "Vesennyaya rasputitsa" [Spring Thaw] has been given as 1953, but the typed copy of the poem included in this 1948 manuscript compilation proves that it was apparently written with the other poems in 1946 and 1947. Pasternak published "Stikhi iz romana v proze 'Doktor Zhivago'" in Znamia (no. 4, 1954, pp 92-95) prior to their appearance in the book.  The poems in this carbon vary only slightly in language, capitalization and layout from those in Doctor Zhivago and appear there as numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 15, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Pasternak instructed his typist Marina Kazimirovna Baranovich to prepare copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze for distribution among friends. Only four other carbon copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze have been located: one inscribed to Olga Petrovska, Sotheby's, Dec 5, 1991, lot 554; a second inscribed to Pasternak's close friend Mikhail Alexandrovich Zenkevich now in a private collection in Russia; a third inscribed to literary historian M. P. Gromov (Pasternak, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, 9, pp 515-16); and a fourth inscribed on April 10, 1948 to his translator Cecil Maurice Bowra, Collection of Irwin Holtzman, Hoover Institution Archives. An extraordinary piece of literary history, Pasternak´s autographs are exceedingly rare, and this is a very rare early manuscript of his most famous work, boldly signed and inscribed by him. See scan of front cover, first blank page, and one of the pages inside.  
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published... read more >
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published outside Russia due to a government ban.  Signed carbon copy of 10 poems, later published in Doctor Zhivago (1957), 20 pages (rectos only), original tan wrappers, size is 6.75 x 9 inches. Inscribed to Iuri Aleksandrovich Afanasiev, a leading reformist intellectual appointed rector of the State History and Archives Institute in 1986. Afanasiev has used his position to shed a more factual light on Stalin´s purges and crimes. Warmly inscribed on the first blank page: "To dear Iuri Aleksandrovich for good memory in wishing a speedy settling of your home life Pasternak 8 March 1948." This signed typescript comprises ten of the 25 "Lara" poems in Pasternak's Nobel Prize winning novel Doctor Zhivago (1957). Pasternak was one of Russia's greatest poets when he conceived his epic tale of the Soviet Union. He worked on the novel for many years (the earliest passages date from the 1910s) and composed the poetry at various intervals during its gestation. For example, "Gamlet" [Hamlet] was written in 1946 while Pasternak was working on his celebrated translation of Shakespeare's drama. The date of the composition of "Vesennyaya rasputitsa" [Spring Thaw] has been given as 1953, but the typed copy of the poem included in this 1948 manuscript compilation proves that it was apparently written with the other poems in 1946 and 1947. Pasternak published "Stikhi iz romana v proze 'Doktor Zhivago'" in Znamia (no. 4, 1954, pp 92-95) prior to their appearance in the book.  The poems in this carbon vary only slightly in language, capitalization and layout from those in Doctor Zhivago and appear there as numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 15, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Pasternak instructed his typist Marina Kazimirovna Baranovich to prepare copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze for distribution among friends. Only four other carbon copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze have been located: one inscribed to Olga Petrovska, Sotheby's, Dec 5, 1991, lot 554; a second inscribed to Pasternak's close friend Mikhail Alexandrovich Zenkevich now in a private collection in Russia; a third inscribed to literary historian M. P. Gromov (Pasternak, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, 9, pp 515-16); and a fourth inscribed on April 10, 1948 to his translator Cecil Maurice Bowra, Collection of Irwin Holtzman, Hoover Institution Archives. An extraordinary piece of literary history, Pasternak´s autographs are exceedingly rare, and this is a very rare early manuscript of his most famous work, boldly signed and inscribed by him. See scan of front cover, first blank page, and one of the pages inside.  
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel...

$22,500.00 USD

(Item #: M7805-A1-5)
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published outside Russia due to a government ban.  Signed carbon copy of 10 poems, later published in Doctor Zhivago (1957), 20 pages (rectos only), original tan wrappers, size is 6.75 x 9 inches. Inscribed to Iuri Aleksandrovich Afanasiev, a leading reformist intellectual appointed rector of the State History and Archives Institute in 1986. Afanasiev has used his position to shed a more factual light on Stalin´s purges and crimes. Warmly inscribed on the first blank page: "To dear Iuri Aleksandrovich for good memory in wishing a speedy settling of your home life Pasternak 8 March 1948." This signed typescript comprises ten of the 25 "Lara" poems in Pasternak's Nobel Prize winning novel Doctor Zhivago (1957). Pasternak was one of Russia's greatest poets when he conceived his epic tale of the Soviet Union. He worked on the novel for many years (the earliest passages date from the 1910s) and composed the poetry at various intervals during its gestation. For example, "Gamlet" [Hamlet] was written in 1946 while Pasternak was working on his celebrated translation of Shakespeare's drama. The date of the composition of "Vesennyaya rasputitsa" [Spring Thaw] has been given as 1953, but the typed copy of the poem included in this 1948 manuscript compilation proves that it was apparently written with the other poems in 1946 and 1947. Pasternak published "Stikhi iz romana v proze 'Doktor Zhivago'" in Znamia (no. 4, 1954, pp 92-95) prior to their appearance in the book.  The poems in this carbon vary only slightly in language, capitalization and layout from those in Doctor Zhivago and appear there as numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 15, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Pasternak instructed his typist Marina Kazimirovna Baranovich to prepare copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze for distribution among friends. Only four other carbon copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze have been located: one inscribed to Olga Petrovska, Sotheby's, Dec 5, 1991, lot 554; a second inscribed to Pasternak's close friend Mikhail Alexandrovich Zenkevich now in a private collection in Russia; a third inscribed to literary historian M. P. Gromov (Pasternak, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, 9, pp 515-16); and a fourth inscribed on April 10, 1948 to his translator Cecil Maurice Bowra, Collection of Irwin Holtzman, Hoover Institution Archives. An extraordinary piece of literary history, Pasternak´s autographs are exceedingly rare, and this is a very rare early manuscript of his most famous work, boldly signed and inscribed by him. See scan of front cover, first blank page, and one of the pages inside.  
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published... read more >
Russian poet, novelist and literary translator (1890-1960), Nobel Prize in Literature in 1958, after his novel Doctor Zhivago was published outside Russia due to a government ban.  Signed carbon copy of 10 poems, later published in Doctor Zhivago (1957), 20 pages (rectos only), original tan wrappers, size is 6.75 x 9 inches. Inscribed to Iuri Aleksandrovich Afanasiev, a leading reformist intellectual appointed rector of the State History and Archives Institute in 1986. Afanasiev has used his position to shed a more factual light on Stalin´s purges and crimes. Warmly inscribed on the first blank page: "To dear Iuri Aleksandrovich for good memory in wishing a speedy settling of your home life Pasternak 8 March 1948." This signed typescript comprises ten of the 25 "Lara" poems in Pasternak's Nobel Prize winning novel Doctor Zhivago (1957). Pasternak was one of Russia's greatest poets when he conceived his epic tale of the Soviet Union. He worked on the novel for many years (the earliest passages date from the 1910s) and composed the poetry at various intervals during its gestation. For example, "Gamlet" [Hamlet] was written in 1946 while Pasternak was working on his celebrated translation of Shakespeare's drama. The date of the composition of "Vesennyaya rasputitsa" [Spring Thaw] has been given as 1953, but the typed copy of the poem included in this 1948 manuscript compilation proves that it was apparently written with the other poems in 1946 and 1947. Pasternak published "Stikhi iz romana v proze 'Doktor Zhivago'" in Znamia (no. 4, 1954, pp 92-95) prior to their appearance in the book.  The poems in this carbon vary only slightly in language, capitalization and layout from those in Doctor Zhivago and appear there as numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 15, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Pasternak instructed his typist Marina Kazimirovna Baranovich to prepare copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze for distribution among friends. Only four other carbon copies of Stikhi iz romana v proze have been located: one inscribed to Olga Petrovska, Sotheby's, Dec 5, 1991, lot 554; a second inscribed to Pasternak's close friend Mikhail Alexandrovich Zenkevich now in a private collection in Russia; a third inscribed to literary historian M. P. Gromov (Pasternak, Polnoe sobranie sochinenii, 9, pp 515-16); and a fourth inscribed on April 10, 1948 to his translator Cecil Maurice Bowra, Collection of Irwin Holtzman, Hoover Institution Archives. An extraordinary piece of literary history, Pasternak´s autographs are exceedingly rare, and this is a very rare early manuscript of his most famous work, boldly signed and inscribed by him. See scan of front cover, first blank page, and one of the pages inside.  

(Item #: M6873-H03-D)
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in Tarzana, CA, dated in 1939. Size is 8.4 x 3 inches, protected in hard plastic case, in excellent condition. PSA-DNA Certificate of Authenticity.
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in... read more >
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in Tarzana, CA, dated in 1939. Size is 8.4 x 3 inches, protected in hard plastic case, in excellent condition. PSA-DNA Certificate of Authenticity.
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure...

$300.00 USD

(Item #: M6873-H03-D)
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in Tarzana, CA, dated in 1939. Size is 8.4 x 3 inches, protected in hard plastic case, in excellent condition. PSA-DNA Certificate of Authenticity.
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in... read more >
American fiction writer (1875-1950), celebrated for his adventure and science-fiction novels, including Tarzan. Signed check printed with his name in Tarzana, CA, dated in 1939. Size is 8.4 x 3 inches, protected in hard plastic case, in excellent condition. PSA-DNA Certificate of Authenticity.

(Item #: GB9544-GX153)
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in Italian (sold untranslated), sized 8.25 x 10.4 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in... read more >
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in Italian (sold untranslated), sized 8.25 x 10.4 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti...

$300.00 USD

(Item #: GB9544-GX153)
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in Italian (sold untranslated), sized 8.25 x 10.4 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in... read more >
Italian poet (1788-1865), and librettist for Don Nicetti and Bellini. Autograph letter signed, dated in Turin, 1849. One page, in Italian (sold untranslated), sized 8.25 x 10.4 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: GA7801-GX228B)
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her husband´s last name. Under the pen name of Rowlands, she became famous for publishing over 250 six-penny novels. Autograph note signed, dated in London in 1913, thanking someone for a letter to her. One page, 5 x 6.4 inches, mounted on soft cardboard, in excellent condition.
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her... read more >
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her husband´s last name. Under the pen name of Rowlands, she became famous for publishing over 250 six-penny novels. Autograph note signed, dated in London in 1913, thanking someone for a letter to her. One page, 5 x 6.4 inches, mounted on soft cardboard, in excellent condition.
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie...

$100.00 USD

(Item #: GA7801-GX228B)
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her husband´s last name. Under the pen name of Rowlands, she became famous for publishing over 250 six-penny novels. Autograph note signed, dated in London in 1913, thanking someone for a letter to her. One page, 5 x 6.4 inches, mounted on soft cardboard, in excellent condition.
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her... read more >
Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her husband´s last name. Under the pen name of Rowlands, she became famous for publishing over 250 six-penny novels. Autograph note signed, dated in London in 1913, thanking someone for a letter to her. One page, 5 x 6.4 inches, mounted on soft cardboard, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M5977-GX204B)
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed written on official letterhead of the Paris Opera Comique, dated in 1864. Written in French, sold untranslated. 2 pages, written on both sides of 5.25 x 8 inch letter, very small holes above the text, otherwise in excellent condition.
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed... read more >
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed written on official letterhead of the Paris Opera Comique, dated in 1864. Written in French, sold untranslated. 2 pages, written on both sides of 5.25 x 8 inch letter, very small holes above the text, otherwise in excellent condition.
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who...

$300.00 USD

(Item #: M5977-GX204B)
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed written on official letterhead of the Paris Opera Comique, dated in 1864. Written in French, sold untranslated. 2 pages, written on both sides of 5.25 x 8 inch letter, very small holes above the text, otherwise in excellent condition.
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed... read more >
French author, dramatist and theater manager (1803-1875), who wrote librettos for Donizetti's La Favorita and Verdi's Jerusalem. Autograph letter signed written on official letterhead of the Paris Opera Comique, dated in 1864. Written in French, sold untranslated. 2 pages, written on both sides of 5.25 x 8 inch letter, very small holes above the text, otherwise in excellent condition.

(Item #: M6139-H1B)
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x 5.9 inches, stamped on verso by Keystone Press Agency Ltd., London, in excellent condition.
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x... read more >
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x 5.9 inches, stamped on verso by Keystone Press Agency Ltd., London, in excellent condition.
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and...

$795.00 USD

(Item #: M6139-H1B)
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x 5.9 inches, stamped on verso by Keystone Press Agency Ltd., London, in excellent condition.
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x... read more >
British philosopher (1872-1970), historian, writer, social and political activist, and Nobel Prize of Literature laureate. Nice signed photograph, size is 4 x 5.9 inches, stamped on verso by Keystone Press Agency Ltd., London, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M6921-H3E)
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince). First page of his book "Flight to Arras" (original title "Pilote de Guerre"), published in the middle of WWII (1942), and just a year before his most famous book and two before his death in a plane accident in the Mediterranean. This is the first page of the book only, not the full book, size is 5.6 x 8.25 inches, slight age toning, otherwise in very good condition. Autographs of Saint-Exupery are very rare! 
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince).... read more >
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince). First page of his book "Flight to Arras" (original title "Pilote de Guerre"), published in the middle of WWII (1942), and just a year before his most famous book and two before his death in a plane accident in the Mediterranean. This is the first page of the book only, not the full book, size is 5.6 x 8.25 inches, slight age toning, otherwise in very good condition. Autographs of Saint-Exupery are very rare! 
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering...

$1,295.00 USD

(Item #: M6921-H3E)
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince). First page of his book "Flight to Arras" (original title "Pilote de Guerre"), published in the middle of WWII (1942), and just a year before his most famous book and two before his death in a plane accident in the Mediterranean. This is the first page of the book only, not the full book, size is 5.6 x 8.25 inches, slight age toning, otherwise in very good condition. Autographs of Saint-Exupery are very rare! 
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince).... read more >
Famous French writer (1900-1944), poet, journalist and pioneering aviator, mostly known for his book "The Little Prince" (Le Petit Prince). First page of his book "Flight to Arras" (original title "Pilote de Guerre"), published in the middle of WWII (1942), and just a year before his most famous book and two before his death in a plane accident in the Mediterranean. This is the first page of the book only, not the full book, size is 5.6 x 8.25 inches, slight age toning, otherwise in very good condition. Autographs of Saint-Exupery are very rare! 

(Item #: GB9560-GX153)
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25 x 8 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of Sardou, sized 3.3 x 5.3 inches, in excellent condition.
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25... read more >
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25 x 8 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of Sardou, sized 3.3 x 5.3 inches, in excellent condition.
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora....

$275.00 USD

(Item #: GB9560-GX153)
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25 x 8 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of Sardou, sized 3.3 x 5.3 inches, in excellent condition.
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25... read more >
French playwright (1831-1908), creator of Tosca and Fedora. Autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated). One page, size is 5.25 x 8 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of Sardou, sized 3.3 x 5.3 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M6692-H03-B)
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based on Dumas' novel adapted by Sartre for theather (1953). Sartre signs on his picture, inscribed on page 3. Program was also signed by director Pierre Brasseur on his photo and also by actors Roger Pijaut and actress Claude Gensac. Full program with all his pages and covers. Size is 5.25 x 7.1 inches, in very good condition.
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based... read more >
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based on Dumas' novel adapted by Sartre for theather (1953). Sartre signs on his picture, inscribed on page 3. Program was also signed by director Pierre Brasseur on his photo and also by actors Roger Pijaut and actress Claude Gensac. Full program with all his pages and covers. Size is 5.25 x 7.1 inches, in very good condition.
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist....

$700.00 USD

(Item #: M6692-H03-B)
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based on Dumas' novel adapted by Sartre for theather (1953). Sartre signs on his picture, inscribed on page 3. Program was also signed by director Pierre Brasseur on his photo and also by actors Roger Pijaut and actress Claude Gensac. Full program with all his pages and covers. Size is 5.25 x 7.1 inches, in very good condition.
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based... read more >
French philosopher, novelist (1905-1980), critic and political activist. Signed program for a performance of "Keane" at The Kings theater based on Dumas' novel adapted by Sartre for theather (1953). Sartre signs on his picture, inscribed on page 3. Program was also signed by director Pierre Brasseur on his photo and also by actors Roger Pijaut and actress Claude Gensac. Full program with all his pages and covers. Size is 5.25 x 7.1 inches, in very good condition.

(Item #: GB9546-GX153)
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated), each one is one page with his initials embossed at the top left corners. One is 5.1 x 8 inches and the other 5.25 x 6.25 inches, in good condition.
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two... read more >
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated), each one is one page with his initials embossed at the top left corners. One is 5.1 x 8 inches and the other 5.25 x 6.25 inches, in good condition.
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto...

$300.00 USD

(Item #: GB9546-GX153)
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated), each one is one page with his initials embossed at the top left corners. One is 5.1 x 8 inches and the other 5.25 x 6.25 inches, in good condition.
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two... read more >
French dramatist and librettist (1791-1861), wrote the libretto for many famous operas by Rossini, Don Nicetti, Verdi and others. Two autograph note signed, in French (sold untranslated), each one is one page with his initials embossed at the top left corners. One is 5.1 x 8 inches and the other 5.25 x 6.25 inches, in good condition.

(Item #: M6844-H03-C)
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition. read more >
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed ...

$60.00 USD

(Item #: M6844-H03-C)
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition. read more >
American Playwright (1927-2018), screenwriter and author. Beautiful signed  photo. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M7112-A1-5)
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book on his speech for the Nobel Prize, 1991, in Russian, signed on title page and dated by him in St. Petersburg in 1998. 352 pages, 4.5 x 6.75 inches, in excellent condition. 
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner... read more >
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book on his speech for the Nobel Prize, 1991, in Russian, signed on title page and dated by him in St. Petersburg in 1998. 352 pages, 4.5 x 6.75 inches, in excellent condition. 
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008),...

$875.00 USD

(Item #: M7112-A1-5)
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book on his speech for the Nobel Prize, 1991, in Russian, signed on title page and dated by him in St. Petersburg in 1998. 352 pages, 4.5 x 6.75 inches, in excellent condition. 
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner... read more >
Russian Russian novelist, historian, and short story writer (1918-2008), outspoken critic of the former Soviet Union and comunism - and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature. Signed book on his speech for the Nobel Prize, 1991, in Russian, signed on title page and dated by him in St. Petersburg in 1998. 352 pages, 4.5 x 6.75 inches, in excellent condition. 

(Item #: M6225-H1)
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by committing suicide (walked into the sea and drowned).  Handwritten poem, signed by her, entitled "Faro en la Noche" (Lighthouse in the Night), in Spanish, dated by her in Buenos Aires in 1934. Also included is the first edition of her book "Mundo de Siete Pozos" (A World of Seven Pits), Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, 1934 - where this poem was published for the first time.  Poem is one page, 4.5 x 7.1 inches, in excellent condition, book has 160 pages, hard covers (not original), 5 x 7.1 inches, ownership marks on title page, in very good condition. Rare!
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by... read more >
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by committing suicide (walked into the sea and drowned).  Handwritten poem, signed by her, entitled "Faro en la Noche" (Lighthouse in the Night), in Spanish, dated by her in Buenos Aires in 1934. Also included is the first edition of her book "Mundo de Siete Pozos" (A World of Seven Pits), Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, 1934 - where this poem was published for the first time.  Poem is one page, 4.5 x 7.1 inches, in excellent condition, book has 160 pages, hard covers (not original), 5 x 7.1 inches, ownership marks on title page, in very good condition. Rare!
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938)....

$1,750.00 USD

(Item #: M6225-H1)
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by committing suicide (walked into the sea and drowned).  Handwritten poem, signed by her, entitled "Faro en la Noche" (Lighthouse in the Night), in Spanish, dated by her in Buenos Aires in 1934. Also included is the first edition of her book "Mundo de Siete Pozos" (A World of Seven Pits), Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, 1934 - where this poem was published for the first time.  Poem is one page, 4.5 x 7.1 inches, in excellent condition, book has 160 pages, hard covers (not original), 5 x 7.1 inches, ownership marks on title page, in very good condition. Rare!
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by... read more >
Famous Argentinian poet of the modernist period (1892-1938). A very relevant voice among Latin American poets, Storni died young by committing suicide (walked into the sea and drowned).  Handwritten poem, signed by her, entitled "Faro en la Noche" (Lighthouse in the Night), in Spanish, dated by her in Buenos Aires in 1934. Also included is the first edition of her book "Mundo de Siete Pozos" (A World of Seven Pits), Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, 1934 - where this poem was published for the first time.  Poem is one page, 4.5 x 7.1 inches, in excellent condition, book has 160 pages, hard covers (not original), 5 x 7.1 inches, ownership marks on title page, in very good condition. Rare!

(Item #: M7523-Y14A)
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with letterhead of the collector. Size is 4.4 x 2.7 inches, in excellent condition.
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with... read more >
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with letterhead of the collector. Size is 4.4 x 2.7 inches, in excellent condition.
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of...

$895.00 USD

(Item #: M7523-Y14A)
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with letterhead of the collector. Size is 4.4 x 2.7 inches, in excellent condition.
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with... read more >
Famous Russian writer (1828-1910), regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. Signed card, dated in 1906 with letterhead of the collector. Size is 4.4 x 2.7 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M6854-H3D)
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all times. Signed photo postcard from 1898, commemorating his 60th birthday, signed by him and dated in 1904. Size is 5.6 x 3.5 inches, minor rust stains, in very good condition.
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all... read more >
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all times. Signed photo postcard from 1898, commemorating his 60th birthday, signed by him and dated in 1904. Size is 5.6 x 3.5 inches, minor rust stains, in very good condition.
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays...

$3,695.00 USD

(Item #: M6854-H3D)
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all times. Signed photo postcard from 1898, commemorating his 60th birthday, signed by him and dated in 1904. Size is 5.6 x 3.5 inches, minor rust stains, in very good condition.
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all... read more >
Russian writer (1828-1910) of novels, short stories, plays and non-fiction works, regarded as one of the greatest authors of all times. Signed photo postcard from 1898, commemorating his 60th birthday, signed by him and dated in 1904. Size is 5.6 x 3.5 inches, minor rust stains, in very good condition.

(Item #: M6647-H03A)
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his famous novel "The Word" (1972), inscribed with a short sentiment dated in 1972. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his... read more >
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his famous novel "The Word" (1972), inscribed with a short sentiment dated in 1972. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous...

$75.00 USD

(Item #: M6647-H03A)
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his famous novel "The Word" (1972), inscribed with a short sentiment dated in 1972. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his... read more >
American best-selling author and screen writer (1916-1990), famous for some his novels. Signed photo shown with a copy of his famous novel "The Word" (1972), inscribed with a short sentiment dated in 1972. Size is 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: M6159-H1C)
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars, dated in 1978, size is 8.5 x 3.9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of him, shown young, with his typewriter. A modern print, size is 7.25 x 6.1 inches, in excellent condition.
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars,... read more >
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars, dated in 1978, size is 8.5 x 3.9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of him, shown young, with his typewriter. A modern print, size is 7.25 x 6.1 inches, in excellent condition.
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers...

$345.00 USD

(Item #: M6159-H1C)
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars, dated in 1978, size is 8.5 x 3.9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of him, shown young, with his typewriter. A modern print, size is 7.25 x 6.1 inches, in excellent condition.
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars,... read more >
American playwright (1911-1983), one of the foremost writers of America during the 20th century. Signed check, for 500 US dollars, dated in 1978, size is 8.5 x 3.9 inches, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of him, shown young, with his typewriter. A modern print, size is 7.25 x 6.1 inches, in excellent condition.

(Item #: H0069-WOS2)
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club celebrated gala dinners with famous guests, and the menus, signed by attendees, are today highly collectable. In different sizes and conditions, see specific information at the bottom. Sold separately - Click on thumbnails to select. If price is shown --> Item is available.
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club... read more >
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club celebrated gala dinners with famous guests, and the menus, signed by attendees, are today highly collectable. In different sizes and conditions, see specific information at the bottom. Sold separately - Click on thumbnails to select. If price is shown --> Item is available.
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New...

$75.00 USD

(Item #: H0069-WOS2)
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club celebrated gala dinners with famous guests, and the menus, signed by attendees, are today highly collectable. In different sizes and conditions, see specific information at the bottom. Sold separately - Click on thumbnails to select. If price is shown --> Item is available.
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club... read more >
Lotos Club is a gentleman´s club in New York city, to promote and develop the art and sciences. The club celebrated gala dinners with famous guests, and the menus, signed by attendees, are today highly collectable. In different sizes and conditions, see specific information at the bottom. Sold separately - Click on thumbnails to select. If price is shown --> Item is available.

(Item #: GB9567-GX153)
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed on a postcard, circa 1912. Size is 5.5 x 3.5 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed... read more >
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed on a postcard, circa 1912. Size is 5.5 x 3.5 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for...

$120.00 USD

(Item #: GB9567-GX153)
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed on a postcard, circa 1912. Size is 5.5 x 3.5 inches, in excellent condition.
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed... read more >
Italian librettist (1874-1943), writer of the libretto for La Fanciulla del West and Conchita (opera by Zandonai). Autograph note signed on a postcard, circa 1912. Size is 5.5 x 3.5 inches, in excellent condition.
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