The autograph bookstore of the centuries has specialized, for many years, in the sale of autograph letters, and manuscripts. Autograph letter signed to georges glaenzer. Three pages in-8 on paper to his header. \"I think the fans who step up the torch will have a strange feeling. Superb letter from bartholdi evoking the Statue of Liberty and his emotion about the work of his masterpiece, under construction in Paris.\"My dear friend, it is always with great pleasure that I receive the newspapers on which I see the good little purple stamp glaenzer. This gives me your news and shows that your thought crosses the water and still lives with us. We had great pleasure in receiving news from the U. We certainly have to thank your dear father-in-law in particular and that is what I want to do through you, as I mail an official letter from m. At the same time, I send you some photographs that give details of the work. We move fast and in the spring we will see our colossus hovering over the bush park. It's already starting to be devilishly high and I think the fans who will step up the torch will feel a pretty strange sensation.
So, as you can see, everything is fine and if the subscription in America is in tune with the last meeting, everything will be for the best. Please express to your dear father-in-law all the part I have taken in his sorrows and worries; hope that he will find the elements of satisfaction that he deserves so much by his heart. My wife joins me in addressing you and Madame glaenzer and all around you, all our most affectionate wishes for the new year, and I shake your hand very heartily, your devoted bartholdi. From stuckle currently in New York must see you to talk to you about a large painted canvas of the monument that could be useful to the committee and of which we pay tribute to it.
The pieces of the statue were stored in the courtyard of the pawn and gauthier workshops in Paris, waiting to be assembled. The idea of bartholdi being to make a complete montage of the statue before sending it to New York. The Parisian landscape was thus, for a few years, dominated by this imposing metal structure 46 meters high that crushed the nearby monceau park by its size. Bartholdi mentions in this letter decisive men in the identification of the statue. (1848.1915), friend and regular correspondent of Bartholdi, expatriate in New York, was secretary of the French commission of subscription to the Statue of Liberty.(1811.1883) which history retains as the one that infused the idea of offering a teard out statue to seal transatlantic friendship. French engineer expatriate in America, who participated, in New York, in the studies of the base of the statue. Responsible for raising funds for the construction of the base. The letters of bartholdi evoking the creation of the statue are of the greatest rarity. Check out our manuscripts the autograph gallery of the centuries specializes in the sale and the expertise of autograph letters and manuscripts of the great personalities of past centuries.
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The item \"frédéric bartholdi autograph letter signed on the Statue of Liberty 1882\" has been on sale since Tuesday, May 12, 2020. It is in the category \"books, comics, old books, collectibles\". The seller is \"juliennn0\" and is located in lyon.
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