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HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN PENS HIS SIGNATURE AT THE TOP OF A POEM WRITTEN BY OSCKAR LUDWIG BERNARD WOLFF THAT WELCOMES DANISH SCULPTOR THORWALDENSEN TO A FRATERNAL SOCIETY

ANDERSEN,  HANS CHRISTIAN.  (1805-1875)  Danish author best remembered for his literary fairy tales.   His Signature “H.C. Andersen” Boldly penned at the head of an autograph poem entitled: “To Thorwaldensen on his admission to the student union” and written [evidently] by: WOLFF, OSKAR LUDWIG BERNHARD.  (1799-1851). The German Jewish improvisator, humorist, poet and novelist; who arranged for Karl Marx to receive his doctorate in absenntia in 1841; and was a friend of Henrich Heine, Liszt, Wagner and others.  One page, octavo, lacy embossed edges. No date.  The poem consists of 5 stanzas of 8 lines each, and is signed by Wolff at the conclusion. A simply choice combination of associations that also bear a fine signature of Andersen.

 

$1250.00

 

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