One page autograph letter, undated, addressed to “My dear Colnaghi” and signed “Believe me dear Colnaghi Most truly yours C. Stanfield.”  Colnaghi was proprietor of a well-known gallery engaged in the sale of old master drawings.  Stanfield writes that he is returning two drawings, having wished that he “could have made them better for you.”  He also introduces to Colnaghi a friend, who wishes some advice on a miniature portrait of Louis XIV.  Mounted adjacent is an undated reproduction of a photograph of Clarkson Stanfield, R. A. from a photograph by Watkins owned by Kate Perugini, daughter of Charles Dickens.  Stanfield illustrated a number of works by Dickens, and upon Stanfield’s death, Dickens wrote an article for the June 1st, 1867 number of the periodical “All the Year Round.”  The article was entitled “The Late Mr. Stanfield.”  “All the Year Round” was the successor to “Household Words” and was edited by Dickens.