Together 53 pages, nearly all 8vo, with several integral address panels, one letter separated at center fold, two others with splits at center fold, another letter with a long tear repaired, some scattered soiling and spotting, each letter neatly inlaid or mounted in a folio burgundy morocco album, gilt-lettered, t.e.g., some scuffing. [With:] Two autograph letters signed by Kolle's second wife giving information regarding the provenance of the Dickens letters, an autograph manuscript of a priced catalogue description (2 pp., folio) of the letters by a J. Pearson in the 1890s, and two engravings pertaining to Dickens." /> DICKENS, CHARLES. TWENTY-ONE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (virtually all "Charles Dickens," a few "CD") to his close friend Henry William Kolle (c. 1808-1881), who acted as a go-between for Dickens and his first love Maria Beadnell, written from various addresses in London (North End, Fitzroy Street, Bentinck Street, Furnivals Inn), [April-May 1832 to January 1835?]. <I>Together 53 pages, nearly all 8vo, with several integral address panels, one letter separated at center fold, two others with splits at center fold, another letter with a long tear repaired, some scattered soiling and spotting, each letter neatly inlaid or mounted in a folio burgundy morocco album, gilt-lettered, t.e.g., some scuffing. [With</I>:] Two autograph letters signed by Kolle's second wife giving information regarding the provenance of the Dickens letters, an autograph manuscript of a priced catalogue description (<I>2 pp., folio</I>) of the letters by a J. Pearson in the 1890s, and two engravings pertaining to Dickens. | Christie's