One page autograph letter dated 10 October 1914, addressed “Dear Sir” and signed “B. W. Matz.”  B. W. Matz, whom Eckel describes as “probably the best of the Dickensians,” was the editor of the National Edition of the Works of Charles Dickens published in London from 1906 to 1908.  Matz successfully identified as the work of Dickens a number of the anonymous articles contributed to “The Examiner” during the period 1839-1849.  Matz’s research identified approximately 80 previously un-attributed articles in “Household Words” as in fact having been written by Charles Dickens.