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    Ned Buntline Autograph Letter Signed. One page of a bifolium, 5" x 8", Eagles Nest, New York, April 4, 1878, to Edwin Brower transmitting his autograph: "Though not a very distinguished writer, if my autograph is of any use to you, you are truly welcome to it." Buntline, whose real name was Edward Z.C. Judson, has signed with both his true and pen names. On the integral page is Brower's letter to Buntline requesting his autograph, dated April 1, 1878. Buntline (1823-1886) is best known for his western dime novels.

    Condition: Folds; slight separation of the vertical fold near the upper edge. Buntline's letter shows one spot of ink smudging.

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    November, 2015
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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