RIMBAUD, Arthur

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[RIMBAUD] CHAR, René (1907-1988)

Autograph letter signed « René Char » to Marianne Oswald
L’Isle [sur-la-Sorgue], 25 April [19]68, 1 p. 1/4 in-8°

« More than ever I understand Rimbaud to have “gone away”…»

EUR 1.900,-
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[RIMBAUD] DELAHAYE, Ernest (1853-1930)

Autograph letter signed  “Ernest Delahaye” à Marcel Coulon
Maisons-Laffitte, 8th June 1929, 2 p. in-12, autograph envelope attached

“I will wait « gluttinously », as the man of A Season in Hell would say”

EUR 1.200,-
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[RIMBAUD] DELAHAYE, Ernest (1853-1930)

Autograph letter signed « Ernest Delahaye » to Marcel Coulon
Maisons-Laffite, 16th December 1924, 8 p. in-8vo

“Mathilde has the right, in fact, to be spoken in her favour. Not having been able to do it with Verlaine is certainly not a crime”

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[RIMBAUD] DELAHAYE, Ernest (1853-1930)

Autograph letter signed « Ernest Delahaye » to Marcel Coulon
Maisons-Laffitte, 29th June 1929, 6 p. in-8, with autograph enveloppe

The admirable poet replied, with a sweet smile: “It made them puke »”

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[RIMBAUD] DELAHAYE, Ernest (1853-1930)

Autograph letter signed « Ernest Delahaye » to Marcel Coulon
Maisons-Laffitte, 28th May 1925, 4 p. in-8, with autograph envelope

« Rimbaud loved things in art that he lacked »

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[RIMBAUD] Paul VERLAINE (1844-1896)

Autograph letter signed twice « P Verlaine » and « P.V » to Émile Bally
Paris [1st June 1894], 3 p. 1/2 in-8° with autograph envelope

« I am there, along with Rimbaud, Valade, d’Hervilly and three or four others »

EUR 3.800,-
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[RIMBAUD] VERLAINE, Paul (1844-1896)

Les Hommes d’Aujourd’hui
Original edition, n°318, 4 pp. in-4°

Proof copy with autograph corrections by Paul Verlaine

EUR 8.500,-
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[RIMBAUD] VERLAINE, Paul (1844-1896)

Autograph letter signed « Votre P Verlaine » to l’abbé Louis Le Cardonnel
Paris, 9 Feb[ruary] [18]86, 2 p. 1/4 in-8° on mourning paper

« I don’t really know where I’m going, it’s called not living anymore »

EUR 6.000,-
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ARAGON, Louis (1897-1982)

Autograph letter signed “A” to Louis Emié
Nice, Friday [April 1942], 1 p. in-4to

“My novel… It’s called ‘Aurélien’ so far, and maybe not forever”

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ARAGON, Louis (1897-1982)

Autograph poem signed « Aragon », titled « D’une petite fille massacrée »
N.p.n.d, 1 p. in-8°

« You will not awaken this child. She’s dead »

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RIMBAUD, Arthur (1854-1891)

Autograph manuscript signed twice « Rimbaud », to Armand Savouré
Harar, 30 March 1890, 1/2 p. in-4°

Unpublished receipt from Harar intended to Armand Savouré, the last before Rimbaud ceased all activity with him

EUR 45.000,-
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RIMBAUD, Arthur (1854-1891)

Autograph letter signed « Rimbaud » to his family
Aden, 10th September 1884, 4 pp. in-8° on laid paper

« I will not live nor die quietly »

EUR 185.000,-
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VERLAINE, Paul (1844-1896)

Autograph letter signed “Paul Verlaine” to his mistress Philomène Boudin
London, [25th November 1893], 3 p. in-8

“Do not worry about other women. Moreover, London brought me misfortune 20 years ago in this respect”

EUR 3.200,-
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VERLAINE, Paul (1844-1896)

Original albumin print mounted on thin card
Lymington, 1879. 
Name card format (100 x 60 mm).
 Ex-dono autograph by Verlaine on verso

Unpublished portrait which has never been reproduced or reported on Verlaine’s main iconographic collections

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