1 page, 8 x 6.25 inches, London, December 3, 1968. In this friendly letter, the British actor mentions the theater and discusses his plans for the new year, in full: "Dear Grant, How very pleasant to hear from you. Thank you for your letter -- though I was sorry to read that you have not been busy in the theatre. I was thinking of you a week ago when I was browsing in the splendid Robert Frost you gave me. The Cocktail Party seems to be a fair success and I imagine I shall be hard at it until the early spring. After that I don't know what I shall do. Before too long I want to return to the crisp air of New York. All good wishes for Christmas. Yours sincerely, Alec G." One horizontal fold, but still in near fine condition. Float mounted in gray beside a 5.25 x 4-inch photo of Guinness gazing off to the side. Set in a decorative black frame with burgundy trim measuring 13.25 x 16.25 inches. Accompanied by the original handwritten envelope, housed in a plastic sleeve neatly mounted to the back of the frame.