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Bram Stoker Autograph Sold

Bram Stoker is best-remembered for authoring the 1897 Gothic masterpiece Dracula. He worked as the manager of stage actor Sir Henry Irving, whom he idolized, and penned several letters on his behalf daily as well as managed London’s Lyceum Theater. Irving is believed to be the inspiration behind Stoker’s Count Dracula of his novel Dracula.

We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions sold a Bram Stoker autographed copy of Dracula for $4,440. Here are the item details:

Bram Stoker Signed “Dracula” 1910

Bram Stoker signed copy of “Dracula.” London: Constable: 1904. Boldly inscribed to front free endpaper, “F. G. Haley from Bram Stoker 27/1/10.” Francis George Haley served as the Librarian of the “Gladstone Liberal Library.” As a known benefactor of the Liberal party, Stoker likely met Haley on many occasions and signed this volume just two years prior to his own death. Bumping to edges of volume. Slight markings to interior; pencil numbers to rear endpaper. Front inner hinge cracked but holding. Good condition. Sold for $4,440.

Bram Stoker Autograph
Bram Stoker Autographed copy of Dracula. Click to enlarge.

We also sold this Bram Stoker autograph letter signed by Henry Irving:

Bram Stoker Autograph Letter — Written in His Hand & Signed by Henry Irving, on Whom Stoker Based the Dracula Character

Bram Stoker handwritten letter on Lyceum Theatre stationery, signed by Henry Irving. Stoker, the author of “Dracula,” based the title character on Irving, for whom he worked at the Lyceum. Dated 30 September 1896, it reads in part: “…Dear Mr. Berlyn / Many thanks for the paragraph in the World. It is as you say necessary to remind some people that the history of the Lyceum did not begin with their interest in theatrical affairs…” 2pp. on card-style stationery measures 5″ x 8″. Toning and tape to interior at the top edge. Very good. Sold for $934.

Bram Stoker Autograph
Bram Stoker Autograph Letter. Click to enlarge.

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