FORGED AUTOGRAPHS, mostly literary, by Alexander Howland ('Antique') Smith; circa 1886-1892. Alphabetically arranged by the names of the pretended authors. See also Add. MSS. 43787, 43798, 45102, 50207. Paper; ff. 45. Folio. c 1886-1892

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FORGED AUTOGRAPHS, mostly literary, by Alexander Howland ('Antique') Smith; circa 1886-1892. Alphabetically arranged by the names of the pretended authors. See also Add. MSS. 43787, 43798, 45102, 50207. Paper; ff. 45. Folio., approximately 1886-1892

FORGED AUTOGRAPHS, mostly literary, by Alexander Howland ('Antique') Smith; circa 1886-1892. Alphabetically arranged by the names of the pretended authors. See also Add. MSS. 43787, 43798, 45102, 50207. Paper; ff. 45. Folio. c 1886-1892

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