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    Charles Dickens Signed Check, 1859 A partly-printed check accomplished in his hand drawn on Mesrs. Couts & Company, dated Gad's Hill, January 3, 1859 for [British pound symbol] 3-1s payable to the National Provident Institution. Signed, "Charles Dickens," with his usual flourish at bottom right. Measures 7.3" x 3". Light crease at top right. A few minor pinholes do nothing to detract from this attractive example, which is in otherwise excellent condition. This wonderful document was issued the same year the great author published his masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    13th Wednesday
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