Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed

Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed

Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed
Beatrix Potter autograph letter signed “Beatrix Potter”, written from her home at 2 Bolton Gardens on 23 December 1907, with interesting content regarding writing to “unknown children” and her misgivings about killing a pig. She writes to Millie Warne, the sister of Potter’s fiance and publisher Norman Warne, who died in 1905. Letter reads in full, My dear Millie, What a very nice Christmas card – present you have sent me! It is beautifully made and I shall like using (but not on this dirty table) – I have given up my Christmas presents as a bad job. I will get jigsaws later on. I was rather undone with the? Yesterday, the poor little cherub had such a sweet smile, but in other respects it was disagreeable. It is rather a shame to kill them so young; one has no sentimental feeling about a large bacon pig. I have made drawings of it and a plaster model. It is a great change in the weather, I rather liked the dry frost, but we had a yellow fog here on Tuesday. My throat has seemed really better the last day or two, I have got something to paint it with inside, it was only relaxed ans swelled up, I have not felt ill. I hope you will have a pleasant Christmas at? ; I shall devote mine to answering an accumulation of unknown children, I cannot get them done before. I remain with love yrs aff / Beatrix Potter / The Salvation Army band played so beautifully one night; it reminded me of the choir singing at the corner of? Four page letter on bifolium, card-style stationery measures 4″ x 6″ folded. Mild toning and single fold, overall very good plus condition. The item “Beatrix Potter Autograph Letter Signed” is in sale since Thursday, September 26, 2019. 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