English novelist who started his career more as a popular entertainer rather than a serious author. His masterful prose won praise by critics and his ability to create memorable characters put him in the ranks of the "must read" authors. His works have never been out of print and the mention of his last name is immediately recognizable by readers of almost any age.
This museum quality frame measures 26" x 15" and houses two smaller frames. On the left, an envelope written and signed by Charles Dickens. Affixed in the top right corner is a cancelled, Penny Black stamp. Introduced in 1840, the Penny Black was the United Kingdom's first self adhesive stamp. On the right, a portrait of Charles Dickens. $1,850.00