HistoryForSale Autographs
Join our email mailing list: 

Print Document Description  Print this page Questions about authenticity? Click Here



MAURICE MAETERLINCK. ALS: "M. Maeterlinck" on verso, 4½x3½ card, front and verso. In French, not translated. No place, no date, "Sunday". To "My dear friend". Maurice Maeterlinck (1862-1949), a Flemish Belgian poet and playwright called "the Belgian Shakespeare", received the 1911 Nobel Prize in Literature. While his plays, including Monna Vanna and Mary Magdalene, were being performed on stages around Europe, they were banned from England by the censors. Slightly soiled. Mounting tape remnants on front side. Pencil note (unknown hand) at upper right front. Overall, fine condition.

For more documents by these signers click the names below:


This website image contains our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark.
Our Signer Sales Event is Here!!!
Try our Make-An-Offer Feature!
  Add to your purchase our informative and authoritative Handbook of Historical Documents for only $19.95 (normally $39.95). This 253 page hardcover volume makes a great gift for anyone interested in the autograph and manuscript collecting field! Click Here for more information.
Act Now as this Promotion Ends 10/1/2018
* Limit one discount per document.
  $360.00 (USD)
Special 15% Off Price:   $306.00 (USD)
Price shown is the final price for this document.
Other discounts are not applied to this document

Click here to pop open a floating
Shopper's Currency Converter window.

Make Best Offer on this document

All documents are being offered on a first-come first-serve basis and are sold unframed unless otherwise specified.

This website requires that cookies be enabled in your browser.

Whether looking for corporate, birthday or luxury gifts, nothing makes a more perfect and unique gift than an autographed item for someone special! Imagine the thrill of receiving an autographed item from one's hero or signed on the anniversary of one's birthday. Click here for our Gift Locator Tool.

Born: August 29, 1862 in Gent, Flanders, Belgium
Died: May 6, 1949 in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France

Film Credits
2008 Pelléas et Mélisande, le chant des aveugles (Sound), 1999/II Pelléas et Mélisande (Writer), 1999/I Pelléas et Mélisande (Writer), 1999/I Pelléas et Mélisande (Sound), 1992 Pelléas et Mélisande (Writer), 1987 Pelléas et Mélisande (Writer), 1987 Pelléas et Mélisande (Sound), 1981 Mon meilleur Noël (Writer), 1977 Het mirakel van St. Antonius (Writer), 1976 The Blue Bird (Writer), 1970 Sinyaya ptitsa (Writer), 1969 Interieur (Writer), 1962 Sankt Antonius underverk (Writer), 1960 A Intrusa (Writer), 1958 Grande Teatro Tupi (Writer), 1940 The Blue Bird (Writer), 1923 La légende de soeur Béatrix (Writer), 1922 Monna Vanna (Writer), 1918 The Blue Bird (Writer), 1913 Pelleas and Melisande (Writer), 1910 The Blue Bird (Writer)

<< Previous Page


[ Home ] [ Shopping Cart ] [ Autograph Definitions ] [ Privacy & Security ] [ Terms & Conditions ] [ Contact us ]
Copyright © 2000-2018 Gallery of History Direct. All Rights Reserved.