Item #3285 Manuscript Note on Their Calling Cards; Unique Items By French Historical Figures. Alfred Dreyfus, Emile Zola.

Manuscript Note on Their Calling Cards; Unique Items By French Historical Figures

101 Boulevard de Malesherbes: c. 1907. 3.75" x 2.25" Calling Card inscribed by Alfred Dreyfus / Chef d' Escadron di Artillerie / 101 Boul d Malesherbes. Includes a period postcard of a straight forward Dreyfus. The subject of perhaps the most publicized anti-Semitic trials of the 19th Century. After he was exonerated for the crime of treason, he was returned back into the military at the rank of Major (Chef d' Escadron). However he had to leave service the next year as his health had debilitated so severely.

Emile Zola. Autograph Note Calling Card. Paris: c. 1900. 3.75" x 2.25" Calling Card with manuscript salutation and printed: Emile Zola / 23, rue de Boulogne". A French literary hero, buried in the Pantheon, Zola was not only a prolfic novel and short story writer, but a social activist and editorial journalist. His masterpiece, "J'Accuse", was consequential in the liberation of Alfred Dreyfus from his wrongly condemned treason conviction. Very good with 2 corner tapes, inside an appropriate red matte. Very good with paper clip impression. Item #3285

Inscriptions: "Avec le remerciements pour votre tu jours pouvoir satisfaire a votre aimable demand" "With thanks for your always [...] to be able to satisfy your kind request"

"Avec mon vifs remerciements :[With my warmest thanks}"

Price: $450.00

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