AUTHOR: MILNE, A. A..
TITLE: A fine ALS mentioning Christopher Robin and Pooh.
PUBLISHER: Chelsea, 1931.
DESCRIPTION: AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED. 1 page, in ink, single sided, dated July 25, 1931, 5-7/16" x 7-1/2", the letter reads: "Dear Mrs. Hart, Certainly I will, but Christopher Robin, no. C.R. Milne is just a small boy at school who doesn't In the next world, where (I hope) we shall meet all the characters in fiction whom we have loved, I shall ask Mr. Micawber for his, and if you should then approach Christopher Robin and Pooh for theirs, I shall be very proud. We go to our cottage in the country next week, and if you are in England for any time and could drive down one day to lunch or tea, we could show you a pretty garden. We are in Sussex, an hour and a half from London. Yours sincerely, A. A. Milne".
CONDITION: Faint horizontal crease otherwise VERY GOOD.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: An interesting letter in which Milne connects fictional characters and the after-life, in reply to a Mrs. Hart who requested an autograph from Milne and his son Christopher Robin.
Micawber is a reference to the character Wilkins Micawber, from Dickens' "David Copperfield."
This letter last sold at Doyle Auctions New York in November of 2011 for $4,500.