DICKENS'S CORRESPONDENCE With JOHN HULLAH. Hitherto Unpublished From the Collection of Count de Suzannet.

(n. p.): Printed by Walter Dexter for His Friends, 1933. 1st Printing. Stated limitation of 30 cc. [2 (blank)], 19, [3 (blank)] pp. Facsimile of the Village Coquettes playbill, reputedly from the first performance. 8vo. 9-7/8" x Stiff brown paper wrappers. Faint corner creasing. Faint circular stamp to front wrapper [only half visible]. Small numeric paper label to upper outer corner of inner front cover. A Nr Fine example. Item #39958

A collection of 24 letters [21 previously unpublished] from Dickens to John Hullah, 1835 - 1866. Hullah, of course, the musician with whom Dickens collaborated to produce the operetta, The Village Coquettes, first performed in December 1836.

Letters with quite informative explanatory annotations by Dexter.

Not in the NCBEL, nor Gimbel. OCLC shows 9 holding institutions.

Uncommon in the trade.

Price: $225.00