Olivier Pain [Commune de Paris] - Lettre autographe signée - 1875

Description
Olivier Pain [Commune de Paris] - Lettre autographe signée - 1875
History, Manuscripts - Quantity: 1 - Signed by author - Autograph letter signed (ALS)

Olivier Pain publicist and journalist, Communard. ( Commune de Paris )

He was wounded on the barricades and was deported to New Caledonia for his participation in the Commune.
(He escaped with Henri Rochefoer. This was the only escape from the prison of New Caledonia; he passed through London and
took refuge in Switzerland. He was a correspondent for the La Lanterne newspaper.

Beautiful letterhead from the Swiss newspaper, La Lanterne.
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3 May 1875, 1 octavo page.



He asks the subscription price for the Larousse dictionary and adds

" .. Ne connaitriez vous point quelque
un qui ait une souscription libérée et
veuille s'en défaire à un prix relativement faible.?. etc..."

(signed) Olivier Pain
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Professional seller, clearly identified with the physical gallery of the sale.
CNE France Certificate of Authenticity provided upon request.
Shipped in a rigid cardboard envelope
by registered shipping with acknowledgement of receipt and insurance included.

Lot details
Object
Autograph letter signed (ALS)
Number of Books
1
Subject
History, Manuscripts
Author/ Illustrator
Olivier Pain [Commune de Paris]
Book Title
Lettre autographe signée
Condition
Very good
Publication year oldest item
1875
Edition
1st Edition
Language
French
Original language
Yes
Binding/ Material
Loose page
Extras
Signed by author
Number of pages
1
Dimensions
21×13 cm
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