Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed

Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed

Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed
Beatrix Potter autograph letter signed with her married name of H. Heelis, dated 26 September 1934 from her home in Castle Cottage, Sawry in Ambleside. Potter writes to a Mr. Rawe regarding property repairs and also borrowing a sled. Two page letter reads in part,”… Have you any one who repairs the roads? There is a very wet place and it is going to damage the field… I have written to the Quarry Co. There were some large slates, with cracks in them. / I do not like the streaked slate. There are some good heavy slates lying on an old bank… I don’t think what is coming now is suitable for… I think it is better to say so… I have to confess I have borrowed a sled. It was lying near Tilberthwaite cottages, I thought it belonged to the copper mines, but Mr. There are two others, rotting, the iron work is good… Yrs truly / H. Two page letter on one sheet measures 6.875” x 8.75”. Separation starting at edges of folds and some soiling; very good condition with bold writing. A rare letter by the pioneering children’s author. The item “Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed” is in sale since Saturday, February 1, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “n8sautographs” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed