Welcome to the first Editor's Picks of 2023.
Here are five superb stock items we featured in January.
(We usually feature six, but so many of our items sold immediately that we had to trim it down!)
These rare historic pieces are still available. For now...
But once they're gone, they're gone. So don't miss this 2nd chance to buy.
To add any of these items to your collection, contact me now.
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Queen Victoria signed coronation invitation
A highly rare official invitation to Queen Victoria's coronation at Westminster Abbey on June 8, 1838.
Personally signed by Queen Victoria herself, just 11 months after she ascended the throne.
Featuring an exceptional large signature, and preserved in superb condition.
A truly standout piece of British Royal history.
Winston Churchill signed letter
A handsome Winston Churchill typed and signed letter.
In good condition, and written on Churchill's personal stationary.
Featuring a fine example of Churchill's signature, crisply signed and ideal for display.
An essential name for any 20th century autograph collection.
Lewis Carroll handwritten letters
A pair of handwritten letters by Lewis Carroll, the celebrated author of Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass.
Dating from 1877, these two letters contain Carroll's noted wordplay and sense of surreal humour.
Written in the customary violet ink he used for all correspondence, and signed under his real name "Lewis Dodgson".
A charming piece of literary history.
Margaret Thatcher signed photograph
A black and white 8" by 10" glossy photograph of Margaret Thatcher.
This is a significant piece for every political memorabilia collection.
Features a well-placed signature, signed clearly by Thatcher in black ink against a white portion of the image.
A striking and highly sought-after signed photograph from one of the most notable Prime Minsters in British history.
Neil Armstrong signed Apollo 11 test flight log
Neil Armstrong's original NASA flight log from his training flights in the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Test Vehicle.
Signed an incredible six times by Armstrong in June 1969, just four weeks before the launch of Apollo 11.
One of the most significant Apollo 11 documents that remains in private hands today.
A rare and remarkable piece of space history.
Every one of these items is offered with a Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity, and comes with free international shipping as standard.
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