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    Author Rudyard Kipling Document Signed Twice with photograph. "Rudyard Kipling." One page, 5.75" x 5.5", London, May 11, 1910. Signed on a bank deposit slip with "The London City and Midland Bank Limited." Matted in black velvet with a black and white photograph of the author to an overall size of 12" x 18". There is some smudging of the second signature, but both are still bold and clear. Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was a British author and Nobel Prize winner most known for writing The Jungle Book, Kim, and Gunga Din. Born in British India to British parents, his works are noted for their glorification of British Imperialism.

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    October, 2011
    27th Thursday
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