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Family and Intimate relationships Nancy Cunard
In June 2015 unpublished letters from Crowder to Cunard, property of a private collector, were sold at Christie's in London.
Kennedy, Maev. “Scandalous affair. Lover’s passionate letters to Nancy Cunard for sale”. Guardian Weekly, p. 17.
Occupation Emily Eden
One activity she took absolutely seriously was her art: drawing and painting, which covered a variety of subjects. Her first publication, not long after her return from India, was a book of sketches produced there...
Occupation Germaine Greer
GG 's love of books also expresses itself acquisitively. She says she is not really a collector, but admits: Some people read Cosmopolitan, but I read Christie's catalogues.
Healey, R. M. “Interview with Germaine Greer”. Book and Magazine Collector, Vol.
, pp. 26-34.
She names as the most...
Wealth and Poverty Enid Bagnold
Her Rottingdean belongings were sold through Christie's in October, raising a total of £72,321.
Sebba, Anne. Enid Bagnold: The Authorized Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson.


9 June 1819: The library of the late Queen Charlotte was...

Building item

9 June 1819

The library of the late Queen Charlotte was auctioned by Christie's ; it included Jane Austen 's works, plus titles by Catherine Cuthbertson , Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire , Christian Isobel Johnstone , Alethea Lewis

6 May 2009: The antiquarian book collection of the late...

Women writers item

6 May 2009

The antiquarian book collection of the late Paula Fentress Peyraud (the largest in private hands), auctioned in New York, fetched more than $1.5 million US. Books by women between 1760 and 1830 predominated.


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