Notelets

£12.00

12 notelets with envelopes in a presentation wallet

A6 (105 x 148mm) cream notelets with C6 (114 x 162mm) cream envelopes

Blank inside

Publication date: 8th October, 2021

Free postage within the UK

The Trollope Society’s new set of Christmas cards, notelets and postcards celebrates the partnership between Trollope and Millais and features a selection of Millais’ most beautiful illustrations.

John Everett Millais illustrated four of Anthony Trollope’s most popular novels – Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, Phineas Finn and Orley Farm, and provided a pictorial frontispiece for Kept in the Dark. Their collaboration began in 1860 and continued until Trollope’s death in 1882.

Pack of 12 notelets, with envelopes, in a presentation wallet featuring selected illustrations from Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, Phineas Finn and Orley Farm.

Trollope and Millais Set

‘Was it not a lie?’ – Framley Parsonage

‘Lady Lufton and the Duke of Omnium’ – Framley Parsonage

‘”Mark,” she said, “the men are here”‘ – Framley Parsonage

‘Orley Farm’ – Orley Farm

‘Monkton Grange’ – Orley Farm

‘Never is a very long word’ – Orley Farm

‘You don’t quite know Mr Kennedy yet’ – Phineas Finn

‘I wish to regard you as a dear friend – both of my own and of my busband’ – Phineas Finn

‘And do be punctual, Mr Finn’ – Phineas Finn

‘So she burned the morsel of paper’ – Phineas Finn

‘Oh Phineas, surely a thousand a year will be very nice’ – Phineas Finn

‘Please Ma’am, can we have the peas to shell?’ – The Small House at Allington


Framley Parsonage reproduced from the Cornhill Magazine January 1860 – April 1861.

Orley Farm reproduced from reproduced from the first edition published by Chapman & Hall, Volume 1 December 1861, Volume 2 September 1862.

Phineas Finn reproduced from the first edition published by Virtue and Company in 1870.

The Small House at Allington reproduced from the first edition published by Smith, Elder & Co in March 1864.