Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed

Composer_Pietro_Mascagni_autograph_handwritten_letter_signed_01_jyy Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed
Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed
Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed
Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed

Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed
Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed. Autograph letter signed, four pages (both sides), 8,5 x 10,75 inch, Milan, 2.05.1918, in Italian, interesting and important letter to the lawyer Giacomelli – concerning the lyric opera `Lodoletta`, written and signed in black ink P. Mascagni, with puncher holes to the upper left corner, a few small stains, mild creasing and intersecting mailing folds with a small tear (0,5 inch) to the left edge – in fine condition. Accompanied by the original envelope. (1863 – 1945) Italian composer most noted for his operas. Item ID Number: 6015416. Satisfaction Guarantee – If you are not satisfied with the autographs you can return them within 15 days without giving reasons. We do not offer any Autopen-, Secretarial-, Stamped- or Pre-Print autographs. Certificate of Authenticy – We stand 100% behind all the signatures that we offer! You will receive each autograph with a fine certificate of authenticity with a unique identification number. This service is to our knowledge unique, as illustrated certificates only bring a proof of origin in case of emergency. You might also like. Don Budge superb signed Vintage photograph TENNIS autograph. Ann Blyth autograph, signed vintage photo. You will receive your order securely packaged and presented neatly within a few days. All prices include VAT. We are unable to accept any foreign cheques. Please do a google research for “brandesautographs”. In our autograph advice guide we will endeavour to answer the questions that we are most often asked on the subject of autographs. Take some time to read these advices that will help you to enjoy your autographs and collection for a long time! Take a look to our Feedback and Testimonials. We are in business for autographs for more than 25years and maybe have Europeans largest reference library in this field. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Music\Classical, Opera & Ballet”. The seller is “brandesautographs” and is located in this country: CH. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Composer Pietro Mascagni autograph, handwritten letter signed

RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825

RAMMOHUN_ROY_SIGNED_LETTER_PRECEPTS_OF_JESUS_First_Ed_ASSOCIATION_COPY_1825_01_yyj RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825

RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825
THE PRECEPTS OF JESUS – The Guide to Peace and Happiness, Extracted from the Books of the New Testament Ascribed to the Four Evangelists. To Which Are Added, The First, Second, and Final Appeal to the Christian Public in Reply to the Observations of Dr. BY RAMMOHUN ROY, of CALCUTTA. Bates, New York, 1825. Hardcovers, paper covered boards with cloth covered spine, paper spine title label, 6×9.5 inches (15×23.5 cm), xix + 318 pages. LAID-IN is a HANDWRITTEN LETTER, SIGNED and DATED by RAMMOHUN ROY, written on both sides of a 5×8 inch (12.5×20 cm) piece of paper. My dear Sir / Nothing can give me greater pleasure than receiving your note accompanied by two other letters and a parcel of books from America and I beg you will accept my sincere thanks for your kind remembrance of me and for your kind wishes for my health and that of my son. / I hope I shall be able to do myself the pleasure of calling upon you and spending a few happy hours in conversation with you. / With my best compliments to Mr. Foster I remain / Yours very Sincerely / Rammohun Roy / May 2nd 1829. ASSOCIATIONS in the LETTER and the BOOK. FOSTER, to whom the LETTER is written, is most certainly REV. JOHN FOSTER, the noted BRITISH ESSAYIST and MINISTER who, in his later years lived in Stapleton, Gloucestershire, making him a neighbor of Raja Ram Mohun Roy who, in his later years, lived at Stapleton Grove. John Foster and the Raja became close and had many conversations and correspondences concerning religion and other matters. John Foster, along with Rammohun Roy, became involved in the Serampore missionaries controversy. John Foster was one of a small group of mourners invited to the private funeral of Rammohun Roy that took place on October 18, 1933, on the grounds of Stapleton Grove. See “John Foster Essayist” on Wikipedia. The BOOK has the ownership SIGNATURE of SAMUEL JOSEPH MAY on the rear pastedown, and that of his son JOSEPH MAY on the front pastedown. Samuel Joseph May’s signature is florid, bright and clear, Joseph May’s signature on the front pastedown has been inked out but is still legible. SAMUEL JOSEPH MAY was an important American Abolitionist, Women’s Rights Advocate, Supporter of Universal Education, and Unitarian Minister. In America he championed many of the same causes that Rammohun Roy advocated. See “Samuel Joseph May” on Wikipedia. The LETTER is in VERY GOOD condition, it has a couple horizontal folds and a couple other associated folds that were likely made to fit it into an envelope (no envelope is present), there are remnants of several pea-size hinge tags on the rear left margin where the book was hinged onto the first “Preface” page (the hinges look like they could be removed with care but I have left them as is), overall the letter is solid and clean with writing that is bright and clear. The BOOK is in FAIR condition, the front and rear covers are disbound (present but loose), the boards have scrapes and are worn through along the edges, the spine cloth covering is toned, peeling and worn at the ends, and has scrapes and creases, the title label is chipped and worn affecting the text; internally, the front pastedown has white paper remnants from what was likely a removed bookplate and the signature of Joseph May that has been inked out but is still legible, there is a loose and edge chipped front and rear blank endpaper, the frontispiece and title pages are coming loose at the top 2 inches but holding, the pages have lightly toned, many sections are cracked at the binding but not split i. The text block is shaky but holding, there are scattered pencil margin check marks and lines noting certain passages, and a few relevant pencil margin notes perhaps by Joseph May? , overall the text is complete with printing that is bright, clean, clear and legible throughout. Unique RAMMOHUN ROY HANDWRITTEN LETTER in a nearly impossible to find 1825 edition of his book PRECEPTS OF JESUS together with important ASSOCIATIONS TO and SIGNATURES OF the English essayist JOHN FOSTER and the American abolitionist SAMUEL JOSEPH MAY. About JOHN FOSTER, ESSAYIST (from Wikipedia). 1843, was an English Baptist minister and essayist. Foster served as a minister for a number of years. Becoming a full-time writer, he contributed nearly 200 articles to the Eclectic Review. Foster became involved in a controversy between the Serampore missionaries, Carey, Marshman, and Ward, and the committee of the Baptist Missionary Society, strongly siding with the missionaries. About JOHN FOSTER & His Relationship to RAMMOHUN ROY (from THE LAST DAYS IN ENGLAND RAJAH RAMMOHUN ROY, by Mary Carpenter, 1875). Pg 116: Several persons well known in the literary world had the opportunity of conversing with the Rajah. The celebrated essayist, Rev. John Foster, occupied a house adjoining Stapleton Grove, which he rented from Miss Castle. Mention is made of his interviews with the distinguished stranger in the life and correspondence of that eminent man. Pg 135: My Father would have rejoiced to receive the Rajah into his own house. But his ward Miss Castle, who resided with her aunt in a commodious mansion in beautiful grounds near Stapleton, felt highly honoured by the privilege of placing her house at his disposal. There he came; there gathered round him the wise and good who were able to obtain access to him; there John Foster, of world wide celebrity for his unique and original writings, and who was a frequent visitor.. Pgs 138-139: At length all the preparations were made. Hare had come from London, and those only were invited to assemble at Stapleton Grove who had been personally connected with the Rajah ; Miss Castle’s guardians and immediate connections, the Messrs. Hare and their niece, who had attended on him in this last illness like a daughter, and young Rajah Ram, his adopted son, with the Brahmin servants ; the medical attendants, including Mr. Estlin with his venerable mother and young daughter; Dr. Jbrrard, the celebrated JOHN FOSTER, my father and myself. Soon after noon was the shrine containing the mortal remains of that glorious spirit, slowly and solemnly, in the deepest silence, borne down the broad gravel walk, followed by us his mourning friends, who had but lately known him in earth, but who hoped to meet him in the Father’s Mansions above. The bearers wound along a shady walk, which his foot had doubtless often trodden, and there deposited their sacred burden in the appointed resting place! No voice ventured to express the deep thoughts which must have filled every breast! Who could have spoken over such a grave? Afterwards said JOHN FOSTER. Note: Ram Mohan Roy was originally buried on 18 October 1833, in the grounds of Stapleton Grove, where he had lived as an ambassador of the Mughal Empire and died of meningitis on 27 September 1833. Nine years later he was reburied in a grave at the new Arnos Vale Cemetery, in Brislington, East Bristol. Mary Carpenter attended the service along with John Foster and a small group of others. Nine years later Roy was reburied in a grave at the new Arnos Vale Cemetery, in Brislington, East Bristol. About SAMUEL JOSEPH MAY (from Wikipedia). Samuel Joseph May, b. 1871, was an American reformer during the nineteenth century who championed education, women’s rights, and abolition of slavery. May argued on behalf of all working people that the rights of humanity were more important than the rights of property, and advocated for minimum wages and legal limitations on the amassing of wealth. May was the son of Colonel Joseph May, a merchant, and Dorothy Sewell, who was descended from or connected to many of the leading families of colonial Massachusetts, including the Quincys and the Hancocks. His sister was Abby May Alcott, mother of novelist Louisa May Alcott. In 1825, he married Lucretia Flagge Coffin with whom he had five children. In 1885, the Unitarian Church of the Messiah, in Syracuse, was renamed in May’s honor to May Memorial Unitarian Church; it is now the May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “blankversobooks” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
  • Binding: Hardcover Book + Manuscript Letter
  • Place of Publication: New York
  • Modification Description: Includes a Handwritten Letter by Rammohun Roy, and Association Signatures.
  • Publisher: B. Bates
  • Subject: History
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Year Printed: 1825
  • Language: English
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition, with Handwritten Signed Letter, Association Copy
  • Author: Rammohun Roy
  • Region: North America
  • Topic: Religion, Bengal, India, Christianity, Jesus, Hinduism, India
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

RAMMOHUN ROY SIGNED LETTER + PRECEPTS OF JESUS First Ed. ASSOCIATION COPY 1825