Contract signed twice ("FChopin") and countersigned by Camille Pleyel.
1 page. Folio.
Partly printed contract with Christian Rudolph Wessel & Co, importers and publishers of foreign music in London, for the sale of the present and future copyright and rights in Great Britain, of opus 25, "Twelve Etudes or Studies", dedicated to [the name is left blank; it will be the Countess d'Agoult] in two volumes to be published simultaneously in France and Germany on October 14, 1837, for the sum of 16 livres sterling. Piano maker Camille Pleyel, who had accompanied Chopin to London, also signed as a witness.
Blind stamped in lower margin; slight wetting and small tear to centerfold; in English.