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  • 1793 George III 'Spade' Guinea
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    1793 George III 'Spade' Guinea

    £875.00

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    GOLD. 1793 George III 'Spade' Guinea. King George III reigned for 60 years and during this reign the Guinea underwent a number of changes with no fewer than 6 different portraits of the monarch being used. The Guineas issued from 1787 to 1799 have become known as 'Spade Guineas' because of the spadeshaped shield on the reverse. This coin is in EF condition.

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  • 1813 George III, 7th head Half Guinea
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    1813 George III, 7th head Half Guinea

    £1,400.00

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    GOLD. 1813 George III, 7th head Half Guinea. This is the final year that the Half Guinea was issued, soon to be replacedby the Half Sovereign. This coin is in excellent, EF plus condition and retains some of its original mint bloom.

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  • England 1966 World Cup Final Autographs
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    1966 England World Cup Final Autographs

    £3,950.00

    • Autographs from all 11 England players who starred in the 1966 World Cup Final
    • The attractive signatures feature on a November 1966 Royal Variety Performance programme
    • Additionally signed by team manager Alf Ramsey and reserve England players Callaghan, Clarke, Hollins, Tambling and Labone
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    England beat West Germany 4-2 in the final of the World Cup on July 30, 1966. To date it is England's only World Cup triumph. 

    A Royal Variety Performance programme from November 14, 1966, signed by the England football team who were invited on stage at the London Palladium during the evening’s performance.

    The team were gathered together as they were to play Wales in a home international game on November 16. The starting line up for the Wales match was the same as that for the 1966 World Cup Final between England and Germany earlier that year.

    The 29 x 21 cm programme is signed by all 11 England players who played in the World Cup Final. It is also signed by England manager Alf Ramsey and his assistant Harold Shepherdson, as well as reserves Callaghan, Clarke, Hollins, Tambling and Labone. 

    John Cushley, who at that time played for Celtic, has also signed the menu. Additional signatures include actress Julia Foster and TV presenter Muriel Young.

    A rare set of autographs that is impossible to recreate today as three of the 1966 team have passed away.

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  • 1966 England World Cup Squad Autographed Menu
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    1966 England World Cup Squad Autographed Menu

    £3,950.00

    • Menu featuring the autographs of all 22 members of the 1966 World Cup-winning England football squad
    • Signed handsomely on a June 1966 Anglo-American Sporting Club dinner evening menu
    • Autographs obtained just 40 days before England won the World Cup

    The 1966 FIFA World Cup is the only World Cup football tournament to have been won by England, who beat West Germany 4-2 in the final on July 30, 1966.

    The 1966 World Cup final is remembered by football fans for a number of reasons besides being England's only World Cup victory. The game was the first (and only) time that a player had scored three goals in a World Cup final, with Geoff Hurst scoring three of England's four goals.

    The game is also remembered for the controversy that surrounded England's third goal. Did Geoff Hurst's shot cross the line? 

    An Anglo-American Sporting Club boxing dinner evening menu signed handsomely by all 22 members of the 1966 England World Cup football team at the London Hilton on June 20, 1966. That's just three weeks before the tournament began and a mere 40 days before England lifted the trophy.

    A rare set of football autographs and impossible to recreate today, as several members of the 22 have passed away.

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  • John Lennon hair
    • A guaranteed genuine half inch strand of John Lennon's hair
    • Exceptional provenance - acquired from his barber Klaus Baruck in Berlin 

    John Lennon (1940-1980) was a leading member of The Beatles, the most successful pop group in history. Forming an incredible songwriting partnership with Paul McCartney, he penned some of the band's most famous hits, before going on to hold the most successful solo career following their split. 

    Ranked 8th in the BBC's 100 Greatest Britons list, and the fifth greatest singer of all time by Rolling Stone magazine, his enduring legacy continues to fascinate fans across the world. As a result, he is by far the most collectable Beatle, with his memorabilia achieving outstanding prices.

    We believe these to be the only strands of John Lennon's hair available on the market.

    You can own a single half-inch strand of John Lennon's hair trimmed in preparation for filming How I Won the War, along with a photocopy of Lennon's signed call sheet and certificate of authenticity from Heritage Auctions. 

    The hair originates from a $35,000 lot sold by Heritage Auctions in March 2016 (image of the total lot can be seen to the left).

    It was originally obtained directly from John Lennon's hairdresser Klaus Baruck, who trimmed Lennon's famous hair in Hamburg, Germany, just before Lennon's starring role as Gripweed in Richard Lester's dark comedy about a fictional British army troop and their misadventures in World War II.

    Included is a photocopy of the original one-page 8.5 x 11 inch mimeographed page titled "Petersham Films Limited/ Call Sheet No.13" which is dated September 6, 1966, and bears an interesting blue ink signature that reads: "John Lennon/ oh yes".

    John Lennon started wearing his iconic round glasses for this role. He continued wearing the same style for the rest of his life.

    The hair can be dated to a specific time and location and has been in the collection of the original owner for nearly 50 years.

    As an aside, this haircut took place just a month after the release of the legendary Revolver album.

    Presented on a display sheet ready for framing.

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  • Polo trophy collection
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    A large collection of vintage polo trophies and photo archive

    £29,950.00 £14,950.00

    • A superb collection of vintage polo trophies and photographic archive relating to star player Eric Tyrrell-Martin
    • Discover more about this item here 

      Eric Horace Tyrrell-Martin (1905-1953) was an English international polo player who captained the English team in 1936. Born in Yorkshire, he attended Rugby and Cambridge before becoming a Lieutenant in the 16th Hussars. He married Edith 'Babs' in 1929, who was an exceptional sportswoman, playing tennis at Wimbledon and placing as a runner up in the All American Women's Golf Championship.

      Tyrrell-Martin had a colourful polo career: he captained the English polo team against America for the Westchester Cup at Hurlingham, and was invited to represent England at the Olympic Games in Berlin in 1936, but wasn't able to accept.

      He and Edith moved to California in 1936 and he spent much time travelling the world playing polo. He and Babs led a glittering social life with many famous friends and connections.

      They visited the Roosevelts at the White House in 1939, and with the backing of King Farouk, Tyrrell-Martin promoted and developed polo in Egypt. Tyrrell-Martin died in 1953 as a result of injuries sustained while playing polo.

      The superb collection of silver and silver-plated vintage polo trophies is complemented by two photo albums relating to the life and career of Tyrrell-Martin, as well as two address books belonging to his wife, Edith. These contain details for many celebrities including Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Clarke Gable, Walt Disney, Bing Crosby and Charley [sic] Chaplin.

      Trophies with inscriptions include: Carlow Hunt Races, Light Weight, 1911; Carlow Hunt Races, Light Weight, 1912; Beaufort Hunt Polo Club, Spring Cup, April 1929 (x2); W.S.P.C., Junior Cup, 1925, Templeton, 1. E.H. Martin...; W.S.P.C., Novices Cup, 1925, Chapel Brampton, 1. E.H. Martin...; W.S.P.C., Senior Cup, 1928,...; W.S.P.C., Visitors Cup, 1925, Ridley House, 1. E.H. Martin...; Midwick Country Club Open Championship, 1937, Won by Texas Rangers...; Hurlingham Club, 1926, Oxford v Cambridge; Gans Challenge Cup Deauville, 1930; Polo de Laversine, 1929; San Mateo-Burlinghame, Polo Club, High Goal Handicap, Won by...; Coupe de Bourg de Bozas, Polo de Deauville, 1929 Meadow Brook Club, 1939, Presented by The Hurlingham Club...; Cannes-Brioni-Vienna-Challenge-Cup...; Polo de Paris 1929; Chateau D'Oex, September, 1913; C.A.V., Conference, Eastbourne, 1969.

      There are a small number of other trophies not inscribed.

      The first photo album contains approximately 100 photographs together with some newspaper cuttings. The second houses a collection of newspaper articles mostly tracking press coverage of the Westchester Cup at Hurlingham. It includes signatures from Gerald Balding (British) and Stewart B Inglehart and Winston FC Guest (America).

      There are also approximately 200 loose black and white photographs, some mounted. The largest measures 30cm x 39.5cm, with the majority at 18cm x 12cm or smaller. They depict polo matches, social events and family holidays. 

      A truly unique and most important collection of vintage polo memorabilia worthy of exhibit.

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    • Red Rum Hair
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      A strand of racehorse Red Rum's hair

      £179.95

      • A single strand of racehorse Red Rum's hair
      • Superb provenance from the famed horse hair collection of Michael Tanner
      • A rare chance to own a piece of the great Grand National horse

      Red Rum became a household name as the only horse to ever win the Grand National three times. He won the race in 1973, 1974 and 1977 and today remains the most famous steeplechaser of all time.

      This single half-inch strand of Red Rum's hair comes on a high quality double-mounted presentation mount ready for framing. The mount measures approximately 37cm x 27cm. Please note the frame is not included.

      Other hairs available in this series include many of the all time greats of British and American horse racing:
       
      Aldaniti, Alleged, Alynsheba, Arctic Tern, Arkle, Assert, Badsworth Boy, Be My Guest, Bet Twice, Blazing Saddles, BlueBird, Blushing Groom, BoldBoy, Bregawn, Brigadier Gerard, Buckskin, Burrough Hill Lad, Busted, Bustino, Caerleon, Chief Singer, Claude Monet, Comedy of Errors, Commanche run, Corbiere, Dawn Run, Desert Orchid, Diamond Edge, Don't Forget Me, El Gran Senor, Forgive n Forget, Freddie, Furego, Gallic League, Gaye Brief, Glint of Gold, Green Desert, Grittar, Hallo Dandy, Henbit, John Henry, Jupiter Island, Kalaglow, Known Fact, Kris, Last Tycoon, Law Society, Le Garcon D'Or, Lear Fan, Legend of France, Lomond, Lyphard, Magic Mirror, Manila, Master Smudge, Midyan, Mill Reef, Morston, Mtoto, Never so Bold, Nijinsky, Northern Dancer, Nureyev, Paean, Penoil, Persian War, Petit Etoile, Reach, Risk Me, Riverman, Sadlers Wells, Sagace, Secretariat, Shadeed, Shardari, Sharpen Up, Sharpo, Shernazar, Shirley Heights, Siberian Express, Slip Anchor, Spanish Steps, Steinlen, Storm Bird, Tate Gallery, Teenoso, Teleprompter, Ten Up, The Dikler, The Minstrel, Tingle Creek, Trempolino, Vaguely Noble, Valiyar, Wassl, Wayward Lad, Well to do and What a Myth.

       
      Please note many of the above hairs are in very limited quantities and will be sold on a first come first served basis.

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    • Aden 1937 Cover
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      Aden 1937 (1 APR) registered 'J. Stephen' cover, SG10/12

      £850.00

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      Aden 1937 (1 APR) registered 'J. Stephen' cover, SG10/12, from ADEN CAMP to Isle of Man, bearing Dhow 2r, 5r, 10r, tied with individual very fine strikes of circular date stamps on first day of issue, with blue/white registration label at lower left. The 2r with trivial soiling from cancel but most attractive and scarce.

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    • Aden 1937 “Dhows” ½a to 10r set of 12, SG1/12
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      Aden 1937 “Dhows” ½a to 10r set of 12, SG1/12

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      Aden King George VI 1937 “Dhows” ½a to 10r set of 12, SG1/12.

      A fine mint lightly mounted set of fresh appearance of this very popular set being the first stamps issued from the former capital of the People's Republic of South Yemen. Aden was only a British Crown Colony from 1937 to 1963.

      The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £1,200.

    • Aden 1939-48 ½a to 10r sepia and violet set of 13, SG16/27
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      Aden King George VI 1939-48 ½a to 10r sepia and violet set of 13, SG16/27. A fine quality unmounted mint set of this stunning pictorial set of stamps. Aden was only a British Crown Colony from 1937 to 1963. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £120.
    • Aden 1949 Royal Silver Wedding 1½a and 10r SG30/1
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      Aden 1949 Royal Silver Wedding 1½a and 10r SG30/1

      £160.00

      Aden 1949 Royal Silver Wedding 1½a and 10r, in lower marginal blocks of 4, the 10r with imprint, unmounted original gum. Unmounted Mint. SG30/1

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    • Aden King George VI 1951 (1 Oct) surcharges with new values in cents or shillings by Waterlow, 5ca on 1a to 10s on 10r sepia and violet set of 11, SG36/46.
      Aden King George VI 1951 (1 Oct) surcharges with new values in cents or shillings by Waterlow, 5ca on 1a to 10s on 10r sepia and violet set of 11, SG36/46. A stunning quality mint set with original gum. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £85.
    • Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson's Snuff Box
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      Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson's Snuff Box

      £45,000.00

      • A hugely rare and intimate piece of British history: Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson's snuff box

      Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson (1758–1805) is one of the most celebrated figures in British history, best remembered for his heroic efforts during the Napoleonic wars.

      Nelson's career as a naval officer saw him lead the British fleet to several victories, during which he suffered injuries, including the loss of his right arm and the sight in his right eye.

      His most famous victory came in October 1805 at the Battle of Trafalgar, in which the Royal Navy decimated the combined fleets of the French and Spanish navies.

      Prior to the battle, Nelson sent out the famous message "England expects that every man will do his duty". Tragically, he was shot by a French sniper and died on board his ship the HMS Victory mid battle.

      His body was returned to England where he was granted a state funeral, and numerous monuments were erected in his honour, including Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, London.

      This tortoiseshell composition snuff box was originally owned by Lord Nelson, and features a miniature watercolour scene of the Amalfi coast on the top.

      The box was gifted by Nelson to his personal secretary George Unwin, during a dinner party in Sicily in late 1798 or early 1799 which was also attended by Nelson's mistress, Emma, Lady Hamilton.

      Nelson had first met Hamilton in 1793 and the pair were reunited in 1798 following the Battle of the Nile.

      Having been severely injured, Nelson recuperated in Naples, during which time he was nursed back to health by Lady Emma and her elderly husband, Sir William Hamilton.

      It was during this period that Nelson and Hamilton began their famous love affair, which lasted until Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

      It seems highly possible that Nelson gave this gift to Unwin as a show of generosity, in an attempt to impress his mistress over dinner.

      The snuff box is offered along with a manuscript letter by Unwin's son, George, which reads in full:

      "My Father had either lost his own snuff box on going ashore or in some shop in Palermo and upon mentioning the circumstances at Lady Hamilton’s table where Lord Nelson was one of the party his Lordship handed over to him this identical box and desired him to keep it until he could get a better one."

      The box was later passed down to Unwin's own son George, then via his wife Anne Oxenham to her brother Rev. William Oxenham, and by descent through the family for several generations.

      A beautiful and rare item from one of Britain’s most famous heroes, and a small piece connected to one of history's greatest love affairs.

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    • Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson Authentic Lock of Hair
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      Admiral Horatio Nelson Authentic Lock of Hair

      £15,000.00

       

      • An authentic lock of Admiral Horatio Nelson's hair presented in a circular agate box decorated with a gold band 

      Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) was a British naval officer famous for his victories against the French during the Napoleonic Wars.

      Nelson was known for his superb leadership skills and somewhat unconventional strategies.

      Nelson was involved in battle almost constantly between 1793 until his death in 1805. During this time he lost the sight in his right eye at the Battle of Calvi in Corsica and lost his right arm at Santa Cruz in Tenerife.

      Admiral Lord Nelson is remembered as one of the greatest British war heroes in history. He died during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

      This is a generous, fine, blonde lock of Lord Nelson's hair.

      The hair is housed in a beautifully carved, circular agate box decorated with a gold band. The box measures 4.5cm in diameter. A fragmentary enamel plaque attached to the lid of the box reads "N….05". The box is thought to date from between 1800 and 1810.

      This hair closely conforms to the other known examples of Nelson's hair and the box is similar in form to a locket which contained a lock of Nelson's hair that sold for £44,000 at auction in January, 2011.

      That locket also contained hair thought to have belonged to Lady Emma Hamilton who is known to have received Nelson's hair among other effects, after his death.

      This is a very rare opportunity to own a considerable lock of Lord Nelson's hair, contained neatly in a beautiful antique presentation box.

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    • Admiral Nelson signed letter
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      Admiral Nelson signed letter

      £8,500.00

      • Half a letter from Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson to Captain William G Rutherford, commander of HMS Swiftsure
      • Signed in June 1805, just over five months before Nelson’s death at the Battle of Trafalgar
      • Written amidst the British pursuit of the French fleet to the Caribbean 
      • Find out more about this fascinating letter here 

      Nelson (1758-1805) was a British naval officer famous for his victories against the French during the Napoleonic Wars. He was known for his superb leadership skills and somewhat unconventional strategies. Nelson was involved in battle almost constantly between 1793 until his death in 1805. During this time he lost the sight in his right eye at the Battle of Calvi in Corsica and lost his right arm at Santa Cruz in Tenerife. Admiral Lord Nelson is remembered as one of the greatest British war heroes in history. He died during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

      This is the bottom half of a letter Admiral Nelson sent to Captain William G Rutherford (commander of the HMS Swiftsure) in June 1805. That's five months before the Battle of Trafalgar. Rutherford took command of the Swiftsure in May 1805, after Nelson appointed him to the position during the blockade of Toulon.

      The British blockaded the port, intending to draw out the French fleet. But the French, under Admiral Villeneuve, gave the British the slip and escaped through the Strait of Gibraltar – heading west to the Caribbean.

      Nelson took several ships (including the Swiftsure) and set off in hot pursuit. On June 4, 1805, the British fleet arrived into Barbados. Nelson had received word from the governor of St Lucia that the French had gone to Trinidad and Tobago. He picked up troops from Barbados, intending to smash the French. But on June 9 he learned the information was incorrect. The French fleet had actually gone north to Martinique. There they'd captured a strategic sea fort (Diamond Rock) and headed home.

      Dejected, Nelson ordered the fleet to return to Europe. They dropped the extra troops at Antigua on June 13.

      But this 6.5 x 8 inch letter dates to June 4-9, when Nelson still believes he's on the tail of the French fleet. He orders Rutherford to give troops the full complement of food and provisions, to steel them for the battle ahead.

      The letter is likely written by a secretary and reads: “…any distinction in victualling them would under the present circumstances be in my opinion very improper, it is my intention as we may soon be in Battle with the Enemy and the stay of the troops on board cannot be many days, that they shall be victualled the same as the respective ships companies.

      “It is therefore my direction that you cause the troops who may be embarked from Barbadoes onboard his majesty’s ship under your command to be victualled at full allowance of all species of provisions the same as your ships company during their continuance on board.”

      Below Napoleon signs “Nelson & Bronte”.

      Spanish King Ferdinand III appointed Nelson First Duke of Bronte in 1799, in thanks for his help in subduing a rebellion in Naples. Nelson was proud of his new title and incorporated it into his signature. He tried out a few different ways of writing it (including "Bronte Nelson of the Nile”) before settling on the current form. He changed his autograph often throughout his life. This is the last variant he used.

      The present example is clear and fine. Its connection to a key moment in British naval history provides enhanced appeal.

      The flight of Admiral Villeneuve was the last major naval action before the Battle of Trafalgar. After arriving back to the UK in August, Nelson was hailed the saviour of the British colonies in the Caribbean.

      On September 2, he was told the French and Spanish had combined fleets at Cadiz. So began the Battle of Trafalgar.

      The Swiftsure would play a decisive role at Trafalgar, taking on four French ships and dealing the final blow to the Achille. After the battle it attempted to tow the Redoubtable, the French ship from whence Nelson’s fatal shot came, but cut it free when it started to sink.

      Rutherford was a fascinating character and the only American-born commander at Trafalgar.

      Born in North Carolina to loyalist parents, who fled to the Caribbean at the outbreak of the American Revolution, he rose quickly through the ranks of the British Navy – taking his first command post in 1794.

      Nelson’s signature is in high demand, with letters relating to his naval career particularly sought after. This is a particularly important specimen, directly connected with the last manoeuvres before the Battle of Trafalgar.   

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    • Aethelved II AR Penny. Lincoln. Adelnoth. Good very fine
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      Aethelved II AR Penny. Lincoln. Adelnoth. Good very fine

      £520.00

      Aethelved II AR Penny. Lincoln. Adelnoth. Good very fine
    • Afghanistan 1878-80. Afghan War Medal
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      Afghanistan 1878-80. Afghan War Medal

      £3,750.00

      Afghanistan 1878-80. The Second Afghan War Medal to Private W. Hazzell, 66th Foot, killed in action at Maiwand on 27 July 1880. Afghanistan 1878-80, no clasp (B/1407 Pte. W. Hazzell, 66th Foot). Nearly extremely fine. A scarce and desirable casualty.
    • Albert Einstein signed portrait
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      Albert Einstein signed portrait

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      • An illustrated portrait of Albert Einstein signed by Einstein himself

      Albert Einstein was one of the world’s greatest scientific minds. In the early 1900s he developed the Theory of Relativity, a work that set the template for modern physics. A German citizen, he left the country shortly before Hitler seized power and never returned – choosing instead to spend the rest of his life in America. 

      He was instrumental in developing the first atomic bombs in the 1940s, in spite of a lifelong commitment to pacifism. Over the course of his career he published hundreds of scientific papers. His name has become interchangeable with genius.  

      This is a 4.9 x 3.9 inch illustration of Albert Einstein by the Danish amateur artist Carl Werner Skogholm. Skogholm drew portraits of celebrities and sent them off with a request they be returned with a signature. Einstein was one of those who obliged. 

      Einstein has signed crisply in black pen, dating the piece "48". One of the nicest Einstein autographs you'll see. 

      This is a unique piece of considerable charm. Demand for Einstein’s signature has been growing, with one inscribed paper selling for a record $1.5m in 2017.

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    • Alexander Skarsgard Hair
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      Alexander Skarsgard Authentic Strand of Hair

      £399.00

      • An authentic strand of hair from actor Alexander Skarsgad

      Alexander Skarsgad’s first major role was as sergeant Brad Coleman in HBO series Generation Kill (2008), a show based on the 2003 US invasion of Iraq. He became a household name soon after with his portrayal of vampire Eric Northman in the HBO series True Blood.

      This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Alexander Skarsgad’s hair.

      It comes presented on an 8 x 5.75 inch display card, perfect for framing.

      The hair comes directly from a wigmaker who has worked on several major recent films and TV programmes. The wigmaker takes hair samples from celebrities to ensure the wigs exactly match their hair. 99% of TV and film stars use wigs or hair extensions on screen.

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    • Alexei Leonov signed
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      Alexei Leonov signed Time Magazine cover

      £950.00

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      • A March 26, 1965 clipped front page of Time Magazine signed by Alexei Leonov

      Alexei Leonov is a Russian cosmonaut who in 1965 became the first person to perform a spacewalk. In 1975 he commanded the Soyuz capsule on the Soyuz-Apollo mission, the first collaborative mission between the US and the Soviet Union.

      A March 26, 1965 front page cover of Time Magazine featuring a cover image of Alexei Leonov’s 1965 spacewalk. Leonov has signed on the white section of the image. Folded but in fine condition.

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    • Alfred Hitchcock signed photograph
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      Alfred Hitchcock signed photograph

      £3,500.00

      • A signed photograph of Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma

      Alfred Hitchcock is a hugely influential filmmaker whose unique take on the thriller genre revolutionised cinema. Among his most celebrated movies are Vertigo (1958), North by Northwest (1959) and Psycho (1960).

      Here we have a large 10 x 8 inch photograph of Alfred Hitchcock with his wife Alma, having just stepped off the plane in Hawaii circa 1962-1963. A photographer for the Pacific News Bureau, an organisation based in Honolulu on the island of Oahu, took the shot.

      To the bottom right Hitchcock has included his wife’s name in his signature: “Alfred Alma Hitchcock”. Alma was a script editor and regularly worked with her husband on his movies.

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    • Ancient Greece Silver Stater Calabria-Tarentum
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      Ancient Greece Silver Stater Calabria-Tarentum

      £2,500.00

      Ancient Greece Silver Stater Calabria-Tarentum c 340-325 BC. 

      Obv. Horseman riding r., brandishing spear, he holds speares and shield. Rev. Taras riding dolphin r., holding crested helmet, stars to left and right. 20mm, 7.83g. EF - beautiful old cabinet tone, a little softness of strike at high-points, otherwise of attractive style and extremely fine.

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    • Ancient Greece Silver Stater Corinth
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      Ancient Greece Silver Stater Corinth

      £1,250.00

      Ancient Greece Silver Stater Corinth c 345-307 BC, Corinth mint. 

      Obv. Pegasos flying left, koppa below. Rev. Head of Athena facing left, wearing a Corinthian helmet, N and triskeles of crescents within a circle behind. 21mm, 8.54g. EF - Extremely fine. 

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    • Ancient Greece – Silver 12 Litrai c. 214-12 BC
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      Ancient Greece – Silver 12 Litrai c. 214-12 BC

      £4,000.00

      Country: Ancient Greece

      King (reign): Fifth Democracy, c214-212 BC

      Denomination/metal: Silver 12 Litrai

      Type Syracuse mint

      Ref. no: Burnett, Enna Hoard, SNR 62, 1983, pl. 9, D 21 (these dies); McClean 2957 (these dies); SNG ANS 1040

      Obv. Head of Athena facing left, wearing a crested Corinthian helmet decorated with a snake on the bowl.

      Rev. SYPAKOSION, Artemis standing left, drawing bow, a hound springing left at her side, A on left.

      1.02g.

      EF - Very well-struck from pretty dies on a broad flan, attractive light iridescent tone, good extremely fine and most attractive.

    • Ancient Greece. The 'owl' silver tetradrachms of Athens (c. 449-415 B.C.)

      Ancient Greece. King Attica, Athens. Silver Tetradrachm (c. 449-415 B.C.)

      Obv. Head of Athena facing right, wearing a crested Attic helmet decorated with three olive-leaves and a palmette. 

      Rev. ATE, owl standing to right, its head facing, an olive-sprig and a crescent behind; all within an incuse square. 2mm, AEF - Almost Extremely Fine.

      The 'owl' silver tetradachm of Athens are perhaps one of the most familiar of all ancient Greek coins. As the animal associated with the goddess Athena, the owl became the obvious emblem to represent the city on its coinage. During the fifth century B.C., Athens was remarkable for its democratic political system, its architecture, as well as its artistic and philosophical achievements. Indeed, some of the most important figures in classical Western culture were active at Athens, including the dramatists Aristophanes and Euripides, the  historians Herodotos and Thucydides, and the philosophers Aristotle, Plato and Socrates. This coin was struck just prior to, or during, the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta.

       

    • Andy Warhol Truman Capote autograph
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      Andy Warhol and Truman Capote signed magazine

      £2,500.00

      • A copy of Interview magazine signed by Andy Warhol and Truman Capote

      Andy Warhol’s work explores themes of consumerism, manufacturing and celebrity. His work is enormously popular with collectors. The record at auction stands at $105m, set in 2013 for a canvas titled Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster).Truman Capote was a writer and actor best known for inventing the true crime genre with his novel In Cold Blood (1966), which details the brutal murder of an ordinary family in rural Kansas.

      A copy of Interview magazine (measuring approx 17 x 11 inches) from July 1979 signed on the cover in black pen by its co-founder Andy Warhol and the writer Truman Capote - who had a regular column in the publication. 

      A rare double outing from two titans of 20th century art and literature.

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    • Andy Warhol signed photograph
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      Andy Warhol signed photograph

      £1,950.00

      • An excellent signed photograph of Andy Warhol

      Andy Warhol’s work explores themes of consumerism, manufacturing and celebrity. His work is enormously popular with collectors. The record at auction stands at $105m, set in 2013 for a canvas titled Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster).

      An iconic 10 x 8 inch black and white photograph of Andy Warhol (1928-1987) by Richard Schulman, signed on the left side by Warhol in black felt tip pen.

      The image is from a 1984 photo shoot, taken three years before Warhol died. Warhol will have signed here between 1984 and 1987. 

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    • Anna Friel Authentic Strand of Hair
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      Anna Friel Authentic Strand of Hair

      £399.00

      • An authentic strand of hair from actor Anna Friel  

      Anna Friel began her career playing Beth Jordache on the popular British soap Brookside in the 1990s. Since then she’s appeared in some major TV series and films, including the recent remake of Stephen King’s I.T. (2016).

      This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Anna Friel’s hair.

      It comes presented on an 8 x 5.75 inch display card, perfect for framing.

      The hair comes directly from a wigmaker who has worked on several major recent films and TV programmes. The wigmaker takes hair samples from celebrities to ensure the wigs exactly match their hair. 99% of TV and film stars use wigs or hair extensions on screen.

      Free global shipping. Certificate of Authenticity and our Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee of Authenticity included. 

    • Annie Lennox Autograph
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      Annie Lennox Autograph

      £50.00

      • A beautiful blue ink autograph from music legend Annie Lennox

      Annie Lennox came to international fame as part of musical duo Eurythmics, selling over 75 million albums globally. Her solo career has been highly regarded by critics and acknowledge by numerous awards, including an Oscar for her work on The Lord of The Rings.

      Lennox is an active philanthropist who has used her celebrity to draw attention to charity organisations such as Oxfam, Amnesty International, Comic Relief and Greenpeace.

      This striking blue ink Annie Lennox autograph comes on a piece of 5 x 3 inch card, perfect for framing. The signature and card are in good condition.

      Free global delivery. 28-day returns. Certificate of Authenticity and our Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee of Authenticity included. 

    • Antoch, Philip II Gil 4dr 247-249. Extremely fine
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      Antoch, Philip II Gil 4dr 247-249. Extremely fine

      £190.00

      Antoch, Philip II Gil 4dr 247-249. Extremely fine
    • Antoinius Pius AE Sesteutius. 157-158ad Very Fine
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      Antoinius Pius AE Sesteutius. 157-158ad Very Fine

      £390.00

      Antoinius Pius AE Sesteutius. 157-158ad Very Fine
    • Antoninus Pius AE Sesteutius . Good very fine.
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      Antoninus Pius AE Sesteutius . Good very fine.

      £170.00

      Antoninus Pius AE Sesteutius . Good very fine.
    • Antonio Banderas Hair
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      Antonio Banderas Authentic Strand of Hair

      £399.00

      • An authentic strand of hair from actor Antonio Banderas

      Spanish actor Antonio Banderas (born 1960) began his onscreen career working with the celebrated auteur Pedro Almodovar. He made the move into Hollywood with The Mambo Kings in 1992. By the end of the decade he was one of the biggest stars in the industry, starring in blockbuster The Mask of Zorro (1998).  

      This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Antonio Banderas’ hair.

      It comes presented on an 8 x 5.75 inch display card, perfect for framing.

      The hair comes directly from a wigmaker who has worked on several major recent films and TV programmes. The wigmaker takes hair samples from celebrities to ensure the wigs exactly match their hair. 99% of TV and film stars use wigs or hair extensions on screen.

      Free global shipping. Certificate of Authenticity and our Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee of Authenticity included. 

    • Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 140-144ad. Good very fine
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      Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 140-144ad. Good very fine

      £455.00

      Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 140-144ad. Good very fine
    • Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 154/155. Good very fine
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      Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 154/155. Good very fine

      £230.00

      Antonius Pius 177-192 AE one AS 154/155. Good very fine
    • Apollo 11 autographs on Life magazine page
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      Apollo 11 autographs on Life magazine page

      £9,995.00

      • A set of three Apollo 11 autographs on a page from Life magazine

      The Apollo program was NASA’s third foray into human spaceflight and operated from 1961 through 1972. It succeeded in putting the first men on the Moon with the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, a defining moment in human history.

      A wonderful collection of autographs from the three members of the Apollo 11 mission: Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong.

      The trio have signed superbly in black ink on the page of a 1969 Life magazine edition that depicts the three men.

      Neil Armstrong's signature is among the most sought after in autograph collecting. 

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