Dombey and Son. "Penny Pictorial Play." N.p., n.d. With color woodcut. -- A Selection of New and Popular Dramas and Farces. London: William Barth, n.d. Containing a dramatization of A Christmas Carol by Edward Stirling. -- "One Dozen Dickens Stamps." London, 1912. Envelope, with sheet of stamps. (11) " /> [DICKENS, Charles]. A group of later editions, parodies and ephemeral items, including: <I>Welcome to Charles Dickens. The Boz Ball. To Be Given Under the Direction of a Committee of Citizens of New York, at the Park Theatre, on the Evening of the Fourteenth of February Next</I>. New York: J.C. House, 1842. Wrappers. -- <I>The Strange Gentleman</I>. London: Chapman and Hall, 1837 [but later]. Original wrappers. Later issue with Pailthorpe frontispiece. -- <I>The Hospital for Sick Children</I>. Extract from <I>Our Mutual Friend</I>. London, ca 1865. 8 pages. Self wrappers. -- <I>The Life and Adventures of Oliver Twiss The Workhouse Boy</I>. London: E. Lloyd, [1839]. 8<SUP>o</SUP>. Modern red morocco. -- A printed invitation to a performance at Knebworth hosted by Edward Bulwer Lytton, with Dickens acting in <I>Every Man in His Humour</I> and <I>Turning the Tables</I>. Knebworth, 14 October 1850. -- A visiting card and two tickets to readings by Dickens. -- An issue of <I>The Times</I>, 2 November 1883, with a letter by Dickens. -- <I>The Crim Con Gazette</I>, 7 December 1839, with "Sketches of Character, No. 67. Charles Dickens." -- <I>Dombey and Son</I>. "Penny Pictorial Play." N.p., n.d. With color woodcut. -- <I>A Selection of New and Popular Dramas and Farces</I>. London: William Barth, n.d. Containing a dramatization of <I>A Christmas Carol</I> by Edward Stirling. -- "One Dozen Dickens Stamps." London, 1912. Envelope, with sheet of stamps. (11) | Christie's