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1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author


1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author

1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author   1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author
BRAM STOKER - Handwritten SIGNED and DATED Note on a 5.25x6.5 inch (13x16 cm) piece of paper that is either a sheet of Lyceum Theatre stationery (the paper has an impressive watermark and has an area to put the date) or was torn from a Lyceum Theatre 1895-96 Touring Company Program. The note reads: My dear sir // I enclose seats for Wednesday?

16th with // kind regards // respectfully? It is hand-dated "12, 12, 1895". Accompanying the note are three single-fold, four-page Lyceum Theatre Programs where Bram Stoker was the Acting / Business Manager. Two of the programs, dated 1889 and 1892, have his name printed on the back page.

There is a third program, likely from 1884, which does not carry his name. CONDITION: The signed note has edge chips, clipped corners, closed tears, and is tender, but Stoker's handwriting is clear and crisp. The note appears to have been previously mounted as the blank backside has glue stains to its top edge and also has clear tape repair / reinforcement along one of the folds. The 1889 and 1892 London Lyceum Theatre programs that note Bram Stoker as Manager are in FAIR to GOOD condition, there are folds and some tearing along the folds, but remain clear and bright.

The earlier program is in POOR condition, torn in two pieces, chipped and soiledm but the collector had them all together, so I offer them as such. About BRAM STOKER (from Wikipedia). 1912, was an Irish author, best known today for his 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was the personal assistant of actor Sir Henry Irving and acting and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre, which Irving owned. Sir Henry Irving was the first actor to receive knighthood from the British Crown.

Additionally he is said to have been the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. The item "1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author" is in sale since Thursday, October 14, 2021. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "bookpath" and is located in Napa, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  1. Year Printed: 1895
  2. Modified Item: Yes
  3. Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  4. Topic: DRACULA, Horror, Bram Stoker
  5. Region: Europe
  6. Author: Bram Stoker
  7. Subject: Literature & Fiction
  8. Original/Facsimile: Original
  9. Language: English
  10. Modification Description: Signed and Dated Handwritten Note by BRAM STOKER.
  11. Character Family: Bram Stoker, Dracula
  12. Signed: Yes
  13. Place of Publication: London
  14. Special Attributes: SIGNED Handwritten Note

1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author   1895 BRAM STOKER SIGNED MANUSCRIPT NOTE on LYCEUM THEATRE PROGRAM Dracula Author