1895, The Gad’s Hill Gazette, Charles Dickens. 1 of 20 copies from the Unique Original in the Possession of S. Causley.
Charles Dickens. London: W.T. Spencer, 1895. 4pp. Original blue printed paper wrappers. LIMITED EDITION, one of 20 copies “reprinted from the original in the possession of S. Causley, Esq.” A facsimile of the issue for 5 August 1865, recording a family outing to Knebworth to “view the new houses, built by the society of the Guild, Literature, & Art. A very handsome lunch was given by Sir E B Lytton Bart, in the course of which he, and C Dickens Esqre delivered two brilliant speeches. Dancing then followed, and the Gad’s Hill party, who had spent a very pleasant day returned late at night.”
Extremely scarce. The only known copy to have been sold was at Henkels Auction back in 1916.