Legendary Irish poet and playwright OSCAR WILDE exceedingly scarce ink signature while serving a two year stint in his capacity as a discerning editor for the magazine "The Woman's World" at the center of the London literary world. Wilde signs below "editorial department La Belle Sauvage" stationery. Certainly signed between 1887-1889.Wilde is known for such works as The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Importance of Being Earnest, and The Happy Prince.CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY BECKETT AUTHENTICATIONS SERVICES (BAS) EXPERT EXAMINATION. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE. Item is encapsulated inside Beckett's sonically-sealed, tamper-evident holder.Signed page has been mounted to board, paper is heavily toned. Fold through the middle of the signature. Some tears to page which have been repaired with archival tissue.Own a remarkable, original piece of literary history! The perfect gift for the author, autograph enthusiast, or thespian.Sold as is, as shown.
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