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FREDERIC DANNAY - AUTOGRAPH ENVELOPE UNSIGNED CIRCA 1978 - HFSID 167894

FREDERIC DANNAY Frederic Dannay addresses an envelope to Mr. Ronald Rayman. Autograph Envelope, unsigned, 7x4. Larchmont, New York, 1975 November 29. Addressed by Dannay to: "Mr. Ronald Rayman/12 Heath Court/Stratford West/Macomb,/Illinois 61455". 10-cent Continental Navy stamp affixed, postmarked U.

Sale Price $85.00

Reg. $100.00

Condition: lightly soiled
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FREDERIC DANNAY
Frederic Dannay addresses an envelope to Mr. Ronald Rayman.
Autograph Envelope, unsigned, 7x4. Larchmont, New York, 1975 November 29. Addressed by Dannay to: "Mr. Ronald Rayman/12 Heath Court/Stratford West/Macomb,/Illinois 61455". 10-cent Continental Navy stamp affixed, postmarked U.S. Postage Service, New York, November 29, 1975. Imprinted return address of "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" at upper left, address of magazine lined out. Pre-printed address label of Dannay on back flap, "EQ" written in ink (unknown hand) above label. Frederic Dannay (1905-1982), with his cousin, Manfred B. Lee (1905-1971), created the fictional detective/author Ellery Queen for a writing contest in 1929. Their winning entry, The Roman Hat Mystery, was published in June 1929. In 1941, the cousins, who would sell over 100 million books worldwide, began publishing "Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine", which today, along with "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine", is the world's longest-running short story mystery magazine. Dannay also wrote the Drury Lane mystery series, which included The Tragedy of X and The Tragedy of Y in 1932 and The Tragedy of Z and Drury Lane's Last Case in 1933. Lightly soiled. Ink smudged at the "M" of Mr. and the comma after Macomb. Overall, fine condition.

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