Book Description

ALS, 1 page, folded, 7-1/6" x 4-1/2", to a Fred Chapman, ESQ, stationary stamped "6, Royal Ave. Chelsea. S. W.", It reads "Dear Sir, It must be Saturday then if you please as I am specially engaged all Friday. Truly yours J. W. Planche".
Dealer Notes
The Vampire, a play, formally known as "The Vampire; or, The Bride of the Isles", was written by James Robinson Planche. It was premiered on the London stage in 1820 as the first appearance of the vampire as an image of sophistication and nobility.
Author PLANCHE, James Robinson.
Date 1873
Publisher Chelsea: June 12, 1873.
Condition VERY GOOD
Pages 1

Price: £275.00

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