Stoltz, Rosine - Autograph Manuscripts (Various Options)

French mezzo-soprano (1815-1903), a prominent member of the Paris Opera, and creator of many leading roles in operas by Berlioz, Auber, and Donizetti.

Original autograph letters, typed letters, autograph notes, signature cuts, clips, and album pages signed by the celebrated artist in different sizes, lengths, and conditions (for more details please check individual descriptions).

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Autograph Note Signed (I)

Item #: H5219-W5G

Beautiful autograph note in French (sold untranslated) signed by her. Size is 5.4 x 8.25 inches, folds, in excellent condition.

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$45.00 USD
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Autograph Note Signed (II)

Item #: GB4556-GX214F

Autograph note signed, 1 page, composed in French, and sold untranslated. Size is 3.75 x 5.25 inches, small creases and folds, otherwise in very good condition.

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$160.00 USD
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$160.00 USD
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Autograph Letter Signed (I)

Item #: GB8757-GX177A

Autograph letter signed, composed in French, and sold untranslated. 3 pages of a folded 4-page document, each page is 4 x 5 inches, small stains on the first 2 pages, slightly larger on final page, otherwise in very good condition.

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$200.00 USD
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$200.00 USD
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Autograph Letter Signed (1852)

Item #: GB3815-GX209E

Autograph letter signed, dated in 1852, composed in French, 3 pages of a folded 4-page document, each page 6 x 8.5 inches (unfolded item is 8.5 x 12 inches), embossed at top of the first page, slight tear on the back page otherwise in very good condition.

ALSO INCLUDED is a handwritten English translation, written on both sides of 2 sheets with 4 pages of text in total, 6.5 x 8 inches, in excellent condition.

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$250.00 USD
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$250.00 USD
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Autograph Letter Signed (II)

Item #: K6027-C8A

Autograph letter in French (untranslated) signed by him, dated June 13, no year, to a friend: “…un mot je vous prie dire ma première representation qui a eu lieu hier 12 Juin. Un enthousiasme que je ne puis vous dire, au quatrième acte, il y a eu un applaudissement des cris, des larmes, des fleurs, le public était presque fou, l’impératrice (Eugenie de Montijo) m’a fait jeter un bouquet par sa première dame, M.elle de Beaurepaire…”.

Size is 4.6 x 7.3 inches, 2 written pages in one sheet (front and back), folds, embossed letterhead, in very good condition.

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$140.00 USD
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$140.00 USD
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100% GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPHS. Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) on invoice.

ALL ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPHS - Hand signed. We do not sell copies or reproductions.

THE "TAMINO AUTOGRAPHS" semi-transparent legend over the pictures shown here does not exist in the actual item.

ALL PRICES ARE FINAL & NOT NEGOTIABLE. Lower offers will not be accepted. No fake discounts, we sell authentic autographs at authentic prices, fair market or below.

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