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  • Julian Lennon Signature
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    Julian Lennon Signature

    £150.00

    • An excellent autograph from Julian Lennon, John Lennon's eldest son 

    Eldest son of John Lennon, Julian Lennon (1963-) is also a multi-million-selling musician. Julian's childhood drawing of a classmate inspired John Lennon's song Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.

    His relationship with his father was one of turmoil and he forged a stronger bond with fellow Beatle Paul McCartney. McCartney wrote the song Hey Jude to console Julian after the divorce of his parents.

    This autographed card by Lennon measures 3" x 5". Written in black ink, the autograph and card are in fine condition.

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

  • Julius Caesar Denarius (49-48 BC)
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    Julius Caesar Denarius (49-48 BC)

    £1,075.00

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    Julius Caesar, as Dictator (49-44 BC). AR denarius Military mint moving with Caesar in North Africa, 48-46 BC. Diademed head of Venus right / CAESAR, Aeneas advancing left, holding palladium and Anchises on his shoulder.

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  • Justin Bieber Hair Cuttings
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    Justin Bieber Authentic Hair Cuttings

    £35,000.00

    • Justin Bieber's hair from his famous haircut - the ultimate piece of Justin Bieber merchandise

    Justin Bieber became a global sensation in 2008, when a record executive discovered videos of him performing his self-penned songs on YouTube. His debut record, My World 2.0, was released in 2010. Since then he has become one of the biggest one of the biggest pop stars on the planet.

    In February 2011, teen sensation Justin Bieber cut off his famous locks.

    TV personality Ellen Degeneres tweeted "All I want for my birthday is a lock of Justin Bieber's hair".

    Bieber was happy to oblige. Degeneres sold the hair on Ebay for $40,668, with the proceeds going towards her favourite charity, The Gentle Barn. The hair was purchased by the Golden Palace Casino and now forms part of their travelling museum of weird and wonderful merchandise.

    Justin donated the rest of the hair to his favourite charity, Pencils of Promise. They in turn contacted Paul Fraser Collectibles.

    We acquired it for a considerable charitable donation. 

    The hair is presented in a plastic container which has been initialled by Justin Bieber himself. There are approximately 200 one inch hairs in total.

    Without doubt a unique and highly collectable piece of Justin Bieber merchandise.

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  • Justin Bieber Hair Strand
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    Justin Bieber Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An guaranteed genuine half inch strand of Justin Bieber's hair 

    Justin Bieber became a global sensation in 2008, when a record executive discovered videos of him performing his self-penned songs on YouTube. His debut record, My World 2.0, was released in 2010. Since then he has become one of the biggest one of the biggest pop stars on the planet.

    This hair originates from Justin Bieber's infamous 2011 haircut, when he trimmed his trademark locks to the horror of his young fans.

    The half inch strand is presented on a display card.

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

  • K.U.T. 1925 £100 red and black
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    K.U.T. 1925 £100 red and black

    £5,750.00

    K.U.T. 1925 £100 red and black, SG105. A superb mint example overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’ in Black. A stunning stamp in all respects.

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  • Karen & Richard Carpenter Autographed Photograph
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    Karen & Richard Carpenter Autographed Photograph

    £1,500.00

    • A wonderful signed photograph of singing sensation The Carpenters

    Brother and sister duo Karen (1950-1983) and Richard Carpenter (born 1946) were the number one American singing act of the 1970s. Their soft pop sound captivated the hearts of the millions worldwide who hung on every note of their 11 albums. They have sold over 100 million records to date.

    This beautiful photograph measures 8" x 10" and features autographs from both Richard and Karen Carpenter.

    Richard has signed bold black ink in a light area in the top right of the photo, with an added inscription and the date "5/7/82". Karen has added her signature alongside that of her brother. A wonderful piece in superb condition.

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  • Katherine Hepburn Hair Strand
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    Katharine Hepburn Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Katherine Hepburn's hair 

    Katherine Hepburn's career spanned over 70 years, from Broadway to Hollywood. 

    A key figure in Hollywood's golden era, Hepburn co-starred with many greats including Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, John Wayne and Laurence Olivier. 

    Outspoken and intellectual, she defied the conventions of the time. With four Oscars for Best Actress, she's still the most successful American actress of all time.

    This half inch strand of Katharine Hepburn hair is presented on a display card perfect for framing. 

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  • Katie Holmes Signed Photograph
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    Katie Holmes Signed Photograph

    £75.00

    • A signed photograph of actress Katie Holmes 

    Katie Holmes (born 1978) first shot to fame for her role as Joey Potter on TV's Dawson's Creek. The hugely successful show ran from 1998 to 2003.

    Holmes has gone on to star in Hollywood blockbusters, most notably Batman Begins. 

    This autographed photo by Holmes measures 10" x 8". The photograph, taken on the set of Dawson's Creek, shows the actress smiling, in a relaxed pose.

    Written in blue ink, the autograph and photograph are in fine condition.

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  • Keanu Reeves Authentic Strand of Hair
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    Keanu Reeves Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from Keanu Reeves
    Keanu Reeves was one of the biggest stars of the 1990s. He appeared in a string of blockbusters, including Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Speed and The Matrix. He remains a leading man, appearing most recently in the successful John Wick franchise.
     
    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Keanu Reeves’ 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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  • Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika 1925 £2 green and purple, Mint SG96
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    K.U.T. 1925 £2 green and purple, SG96. A Very Fine Mint Example of this high value stamp. The SG catalogue price is £1,100.
  • Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s slate and purple SG127/i
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    Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s slate and purple, left marginal block of 4 showing variety 'line through 'O' of 1910' on upper right stamp (R4/2), brilliant original gum. Unmounted Mint. SG 127/i

  • Kevin Costner Authentic Strand of Hair
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    Kevin Costner Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from American actor and director Kevin Costner (born 1955)

    Kevin Costner has accrued a slew of awards throughout his career, including two Academy Awards (Best Director and Best Picture) for Dances with Wolves.

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Kevin Costner’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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  • King Charles I Hair
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    King Charles I locks of hair

    £15,000.00

    • Two locks of hair taken from the beard of King Charles I, presented on blue velvet in an attractive 20th century wooden box

    King Charles I (1600-1649) took to the English throne in 1625. An unpopular monarch with a tyrannical bent, he soon turned the powerful institutions of government against himself. His marriage to a Roman Catholic (Henrietta Maria) was another black mark in a Protestant kingdom.

    In 1642 the Parliaments of England and Scotland declared war on the king, under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell. The English Civil War raged for four years, ending in a Royalist defeat. Charles I surrendered at Newark-on-Trent in May 1646 and was beheaded the following year.

    Following his execution at the Tower of London, Charles I’s head was sewn back on to his body. He was buried at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

    Over time, the location of the king’s tomb was forgotten. It was only rediscovered in 1813, during renovation works to the chapel. Sir Henry Halford, then physician to King George III, carried out an exhumation of the remains that year.

    It was during this process that these two locks were clipped from the body of Charles I.

    A copy of Halford’s report of the process (titled An Account of what Appeared on Opening the Coffin of King Charles the First) accompanies this item.

    Halford writes: “The pointed beard, so characteristic of the period of the reign of King Charles, was perfect”.

    The hair remains well preserved and is stored in a 5.7 x 3.2 inch 20th century wooden box, lined with blue velvet.

    A wonderfully macabre curio connected with one of England’s most historically important rulers.  

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  • King Edward IV Hair Strand
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    King Edward IV authentic strand of hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from Edward IV (1442-1483), England’s first Yorkist king

    Edward IV (1442-1483) was the first English king from the House of York, a powerful branch of the Plantagenet dynasty.

    His coronation took place in the midst of the bloody Wars of the Roses, an ongoing battle for the throne between the Plantagenet houses of York and Lancaster. Edward ruled from 1461 until his death in 1483, his term briefly interrupted by the restoration of Lancastrian king Henry VI in 1470-1471.

    This is a genuine half inch strand of hair from one of England’s most important medieval rulers.

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

    Edward is best remembered for decisively crushing the House of Lancaster in the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471. His victory brought peace to a war torn kingdom (at least for the duration of his reign).

    This lock of hair was taken when his tomb in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle was opened in 1789. This is a rare opportunity to own a keepsake connected with a key moment in English history. 

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  • King Edward VII Hair Strand
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    King Edward VII Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • · An authentic strand of hair from King Edward VII (1841-1910)
    Edward VII’s coronation took place in 1901, following the death of his mother Queen Victoria. He was 59 at the time and his reign was short, ending with his death in 1910. This brief period is known as the Edwardian era.
     
    This was a time when society underwent a dramatic change, with women and workers agitating for greater self-determination. It was also the end of the great European golden age known as the Belle Epoque. The First World War (1914-1918) would drag the continent screaming into the 20th century.
     
    This authentic half inch strand of hair is from the head of King Edward VII (it was likely taken when he was the Prince of Wales). A marvellous curio that fits beautifully into any collection of royal memorabilia.

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

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  • King George III Hair Strand
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    King George III Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed genuine half inch strand of George III's hair 

    King George III reigned for just under 60 years between 1760 to 1820. 

    His reign saw an expansion of the British Empire, as well as the loss of its North American colonies, and the defeat of Napoleon at the head of a resurgent France. 

    Towards the end of his rule he endured a period of mental illness, with his son taking control as regent.George was a keen patron of Science and Agriculture, often portrayed as a man of the people in contrast to his flamboyant heir George IV. 

    This half inch strand of King George III's hair is presented on a display card. 

    Superb provenance; the hair originates from the famed collection of Margaretta Pierrepont, wife of President Ulysses S Grant’s Attorney General.

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  • King George IV Hair Strand
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    King George IV Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from George IV (1762-1830)

    In 1811 King George IV (1762-1830) stepped up as Prince Regent in place of his father George III, who was no longer well enough to rule.

    An enthusiastic patron of the arts, his reign marked the beginning of the Regency Era - a time exemplified by flamboyant architecture and new forms of expression like the novel.

    George IV had a big influence on British culture, overseeing a flourishing of art, music and literature.

    This guaranteed authentic half inch strand of hair is an intriguing curio perfect for display.

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

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  • King Henry VII Autographed Historical Document
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    King Henry VII Autographed Historical Document

    £27,500.00

    • Clearly signed "HR" by King Henry VII - the first monarch of the House of Tudor
    • Dated 1499 and addressed to Sir Robert Lytton, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe
    • Very good condition for age - document is over 500 years old

    Henry VII became King of England and Lord of Ireland on August 22, 1485, after he defeated King Richard III at the famed Battle of Bosworth Field. He is the last English king to win his throne on the battlefield.

    Uniting the House of Plantagenet's rival houses, the House of Lancaster and the House of York, he founded the Tudor dynasty, which would rule over England until 1603.

    His reign is characterised by the restoration of stablitity to the English monarchy after the upheavals of the War of the Roses and before, the Hundred Years War.

    However, his final years were marked by financial scandal that left many in England indebted to the throne, a scandal which was only revealed after his death in 1509.

    After a 23 year reign, the throne was passed to his son - the charismatic Henry VIII.

    A history of this document 

    This extremely rare signed document features Henry VII's clear and flourishing "H R" autograph. It is addressed to Sir Robert Lytton, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe. 

    The document orders Sir Lytton to deliver to Denys Bonde: "thre brode yerds and an half of tawney for a gowne, and asmoche blak bogee as wol suffice to furre the same. and thre yerds of blak sattyn for a doblet".

    The piece, which measures 7.7" x 3.5", is accompanied by a full translation of the letter which reads as follows:

    "We wol and charge you that vato our Welbeloued seruant denys Bonde ye deliuer or doe (cause - omitted) to bee deliuered thre brode yerds and an half of tawney for a gowne, and asmoche blak bogee as wol suffice to furre the same, and thre yerds of blak sattyn for a doblet and these our letteres shalbe your suffisuant Warraunt in this behalue. yeuen vader oure signet at our manor of Grenewiche the viith day of ffebruary The xiiiith yere of our Reigne.

    "To our trusty and welbeloued knight and counsaillour sir Robert Litton, keper of our great warderobe"

    The Great Wardrobe employed a range of craftsmen who lived and worked in the city.

    The holders of the key posts, such as the king’s tailor and the king’s skinner, were often leading members of their respective livery companies and they were at the centre of a network of other tailors, embroiderers, skinners and tapestry weavers who were employed on a more adhoc basis.

    Condition

    As is common of documents from this time, the page contains a small area of paper loss towards the bottom left corner and slight stain to the lower edge, however, this does not affect the text or the signature.

    Rarity

    Few documents have survived the 500+ years since Henry VII's reign and it is incredibly rare to find one in such good condition.

    A highly desirable piece, well preserved documents from England's early monarchs are scarce on the market, with most now housed in institutional collection.

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  • King Henry VIII Autographed Document
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    King Henry VIII Autographed Document

    £65,000.00

    • Bold, clear signature from Henry VIII - one of England's most iconic monarchs
    • Exceptional content relating to a loan to Sir Richard Gresham, the father of founder of the London Stock Exchange Sir Thomas Gresham
    • Provenance from Sir Thomas Phillipps, who was renowned for the largest collection of manuscripts in the 19th century
    • Vellum document in superb condition dated 1513 - the year Henry VIII invaded France

    Henry VIII was King of England from April 21, 1509 until his death on January 28, 1547.

    Henry's six wives - Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Katherine Howard and Katherine Parr - are the stuff of legend.

    Henry's struggles with Rome led to the separation of the Church of England from Papal authority, establishing him as the Supreme Head of the Church of England. The move changed the face of religion in England, and has had a lasting effect that is felt around the world today. 

    Henry VIII is also remembered as "one of the most charismatic rulers to sit on the throne of England", as well as a keen patron of the arts, himself being an author and composer.

    Description & history

    Henry signs a large and bold "Henry R" - short for Henry "Rex Omnibus", the Latin for "king of all". 

    A large 11.3 x 8.5 inches - perfect for display.

    The document is addressed to John Heron, the Treasurer of the Chamber. In it King Henry VIII advises Heron of a loan to then cloth merchant Richard Gresham.

    "Richard Gresham of oure Citie of London with other stonde bounde by obligacion for the payment to oure use of the somme of Sixe hundred thirty seven poundes and ten shillynges at a certayn daie expired".

    Henry VIII informs Heron that the payment to Gresham should be delayed for two years upon existing sureties from Gresham, and that Heron should retain Gresham's bond.

    The sum of money involved is considerable: £637 10s, which equates to £3.9 million today, based on the average earnings index.

    At the time of the loan, the 29-year-old Richard Gresham was a major English cloth merchant trading in Antwerp. He later served as the Lord Mayor of London, a Member of Parliament and was a major financier to the crown - an extremely influential figure.

    The loan from Henry VIII enabled Gresham to found the House of Gresham, one of the most celebrated mercantile and financial houses of the 16th Century. His son, Sir Thomas Gresham, further increased the family fortune and founded the Royal Exchange in the City of London - London's first bourse and the forerunner to London's Stock Exchange.

    As this document describes the loan that helped Gresham found his empire, it is of the utmost importance. Gresham's influence on London is still felt to this day.

    Provenance

    The document once formed part of the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps, a British Baronet who amassed the largest collection of manuscript material in the 19th Century. His chief collecting rival was the British Library - a testament to the value of his collection.

    Rarity

    Henry VIII is recognised globally due to his role in the historically important changes to religion and his somewhat unorthodox approach to marriage. It is thus not surprising that items related to him are highly sought after by collectors of both historical and royal memorabilia.

    Due to Henry VIII's historical significance, most documents related to his reign are kept in institutions such as the British Library, the National Archives and the British Museum, and are unlikely to reappear on the collectors' market.

    Only a limited number of privately owned documents have survived the 470+ years since Henry VIII's reign and documents of this quality are exceptionally rare.

    Paul Fraser’s view:

    "Henry VIII signatures come up for sale very rarely - most are in museums or libraries.

    "The historical importance of the document makes it particularly special.

    "If it wasn't for Henry's loan to Richard Gresham, he may never have made his fortune, and his son Thomas would never have had the opportunity to establish the Royal Exchange - the precursor to London's Stock Exchange.

    "And you can't get much better than provenance from Sir Thomas Phillipps, the manuscript collector of the 19th century."

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  • King Henry VIII Autographed Petition
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    King Henry VIII Signed Petition

    £90,000.00

    • Rare document signed "Henry R" by one of England's most iconic monarchs in 1542
    • Pristine condition
    • Clear signature at head of page
    • Exceptionally large - oblong folio on vellum
    • Previously stored in the Crown Office

    King Henry VIII

    Henry VIII was King of England from April 21, 1509 until his death on January 28, 1547.

    Henry's six wives - Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Katherine Howard and Katherine Parr - are the stuff of legend.

    Henry's struggles with Rome led to the separation of the Church of England from Papal authority, establishing him as the Supreme Head of the Church of England. The move changed the face of religion in England, and has had a lasting effect that is felt around the world today. 

    Henry VIII is also remembered as "one of the most charismatic rulers to sit on the throne of England", as well as a keen patron of the arts, himself being an author and composer. 

    Description

    King Henry VIII's bold, clear signature features prominently on this exceptionally large document, measuring 20" x 11.5".

    Henry's signature is followed by a large R signifying the words, Rex Omnibus, meaning "king of all" in Latin.

    Of the utmost quality, this piece is in pristine condition, a truly remarkable feat considering its age. There are few comparables on the open market.

    The document is a petition from John and Dorothy Wingfield to King Henry VIII, requesting the right to rent the priory of Woodbridge and Haspeley, the rectory of Woodbridge, and the possessions of the priory in Woodbridge, Martlesham, Great Bealings, Hasketon, Grymmesborough, Haspeley and Brandeston.

    Henry's signature indicates he gives his assent to the request.

    Four lines at the head of the document read:

    "To the king o[u]r Soveraigne Lorde, Please it your hieghnes[s] of your mooste noble and abundant grace to gruante your mooste gracious, L[ett]ers patente under your grete Seale of England in due and sufficient fourme to, be made according to the teno[u]r herafter ensuing."

    Following the addition of the King's signature, indicating that the Great Seal could now be attached, petitions such as this would have been passed on to the Chancery, where it would be formally copied and passed under the Great Seal.

    The final copied document would then be passed to the petitioner and would not usually feature the king's signature.

    The original, signed document - such as the example offered - would have been kept in the Crown Office.

    This patent was successful and can be seen on the Patent Rolls dated Westminster, 6th March 1542.

    In the upper left corner is a small notation reading, "Given me 8th June 1797 by Mr. Betts of Colchester" - presumably an addition from one of its early owners after it left the Crown Office.

    Rarity

    It is very rare for a document such as this one to leave the Crown Office.

    Unsurprisingly, few documents have survived the 470+ years since Henry's death.

    Those that have withstood the tests of time are mostly held in institutions such as the British Library, the National Archives and the British Museum, leaving very few in private hands.

    This is a rare opportunity to own an example of King Henry VIII's signature on such a large document in pristine condition.

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  • King William IV Hair Strand
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    King William IV Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from William IV (1765-1837)

    King William IV took to the throne following the death of his brother, George IV. He’s remembered as a humble ruler, who oversaw fundamental reforms in the UK (including the abolition of child labour) and an expansion of the British Empire.

    His niece Victoria succeeded him, becoming the most powerful female ruler in history.  

    This guaranteed authentic half inch strand of William IV’s hair is a fabulous addition to any collection of British royal memorabilia.

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

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  • Kit Harrington Hair Strand
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    Kit Harington Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington (born 1986)

    Kit Harington’s big break was as Jon Snow in hit TV series Game of Thrones – a role for which he has received numerous rewards. The final series is due to be aired in 2019.

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Kit Harington’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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  • Kuwait Official 1929-33 set of 11 to 15r, SGO16w/27
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    Kuwait Official 1929-33 set of 11 to 15r, SGO16w/27

    £600.00

    Kuwait Official 1929-33 set of 11 to 15r, SGO16w/27, watermark mult star. Brilliant quality with original gum. A very fine set. The 12a (like the 1a, 2r, 5r, 15r) with inverted watermark.

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  • Lady Gaga Manifesto of Little Monsters mask
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    Lady Gaga Manifesto of Little Monsters mask

    £6,950.00

    • A mask worn by Lady Gaga on her 2009-2011 Monster's Ball tour 

    Lady Gaga (1986- ) is an American recording artist,activist, record producer, businesswoman, fashion designer, philanthropist, and actress who has sold over 125 million singles worldwide.

    Gaga worn items are exceptionally rare on the collectors market. In a Harper's Bazaar interview in February 2014 Gaga explained:

    "The fashion I've acquired over the years is so sacred to me -- from costumes to couture, high fashion to punk wear I've collected from my secret international hot spots...I keep everything in an enormous archive in Hollywood."

    This is Lady Gaga's mask worn in her 'Manifesto of Little Monsters' short film from her Monster's Ball Tour. The mask was made by the celebrated Franc Fernandez who also designed Gaga's infamous meat costume that she wore to the 2010 MTV Awards.

    In very good condition. A UNIQUE piece of Lady Gaga music memorabilia. Check out the video below: 1'14" in.

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  • Lagos 1884-6 5s blue, SG28
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    Lagos 1884-6 5s blue, SG28

    £500.00

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    Lagos 1884-6 5s blue, SG28, watermark CA. Very fine used example with large part 'MY 21 91' circular date stamp. Only 600 issued and rare in this quality. 

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  • Lance Armstrong Autograph
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    Lance Armstrong Autograph on a Copy of his Autobiography

    £495.00

    • A signed copy of Lance Armstrong's 2003 autobiography Every Second Counts 

    Cyclist Lance Armstrong (born 1971) was one of the greatest cyclists in history, dominating the sport through the 1990s and early 2000s. In 2012, he was proven to have used performance enhancing drugs for his career. He was stripped of all his titles from 1998 onward. 

    A hardcover example (with dust-jacket) of Armstong's autobiography Every Second Counts, measuring 6½" x 9½" and totalling 246 pages.

    Armstrong has signed in black felt tip pen on the half title page.

    There is a small tear in the dust jacket otherwise the book is in superb condition, and shows a clean and flamboyant signature. A great memento from one of the most controversial athletes in history.

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    Lance Armstrong Autographed Copy of Comeback 2.0

    £495.00

    • A signed copy of Lance Armstrong's Comeback 2.0 (2009)

    Cyclist Lance Armstrong (born 1971) was one of the greatest cyclists in history, dominating the sport through the 1990s and early 2000s. In 2012, he was proven to have used performance enhancing drugs for his career. He was stripped of all his titles from 1998 onward. 

    "Comeback 2.0" is Armstrong's photo-journal of his 2009 comeback season. This first edition book measures 9½ x 9½ and is in excellent condition.

    This first printing hardcover copy is signed by the athlete on the inside title page; the autograph marked in bold black felt tip pen.

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  • Leeward Islands 1921-32 ½d blue-green, SG82
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    Leeward Islands 1921-32 ½d blue-green, SG82

    £140.00

    Leeward Islands 1921-32 ½d blue-green, SG82. Script watermark, reversion to die I, vertical strip of 4 with coil join. Fresh unmounted mint example with full original gum. An extremely scarce item. (N.B. The whole printing of this stamp, from plate 23 on 22/12/31, was made up into 50 coils of 480 stamps. Each coil comprised 48 strips of 10 with joins). 

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  • Leeward Islands 1938-51 £1 brown-purple and black/salmon, SG114ba

    Leeward Islands 1938-51 £1 brown-purple and black/salmon, perf 14, SG114ba. Lower left corner example (R5/1) showing variety "Missing pearl". Very fine quality unmounted with full original gum intact. Error occurs on 1944 printing only. Rare.

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  • Leon Trotsky Autographed Letter
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    Leon Trotsky Autographed Letter

    £4,950.00


    • Typewritten letter from Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky showing a superb example of his autograph
    • Contains references to some of the most important people and events in his life

    Leon Trotsky was a Russian marxist revolutionary and theorist, who played an instrumental role in the 1917 revolution and servied as the founder and commander of the Red Army. However, he soon came to oppose Joseph Stalin's policies during the 1920s and was later exiled to Mexico, where he was assassinated on Stalin's orders.

    His memorabilia is of great historical importance and, with the rise of Russia's middle-class, is becoming highly sought after as more collectors join the market. Those pieces that are not already housed in institional collections are quickly snapped up by private collectors.

    This one page typed letter is written in French and signed by Trotsky. Measuring 7¼ x 11" and dated May 6, 1939, Trotsky writes to his lawyer, Gerard Rosenthal:

    "We have received with delay the new copy of the letter of Jeanne Molinier concerning the documents and things left by Leon, the first copy of which had been burned on the 'Paris'

    "All the precautionary measures will naturally be taken to ensure that the handing over of the documents be protected from possible attacks"

    The Paris is an ocean liner that caught fire in April 1939. Leon was Trotsky's son (and husband of Jeanne Molinier) who died in a Paris hospital in 1938 following an unsuccessful appendectomy, some say as a result of Stalin's orders.

    At the centre of the family conflict were bundles of documents belonging to Trotsky that were in Molinier's possession. The majority of these survived, and are now held in three major collections at Harvard University, Amsterdam's International Institute for Social History and Stanford University.

    This letter serves as a who's who in Trotksy's life while in exile in Mexico. Rosenthal was his attorney and agent in Paris as well as a member of the French Bolshevik-Leninist movement.

    An intriguing piece of correspondence which carries with it all of the mystery and intrigue of Stalinist Russia.

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  • Lester Piggott signed stirrup
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    Lester Piggott signed stirrup

    £750.00

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    • A racing stirrup signed by legendary jockey Lester Piggott 

    Lester Piggott (1935 - ) is a former jockey regarded as one of the greatest of all time.

    He has 4,493 career wins to his name, including nine victories at the Epsom Derby and his famous victory aboard Royal Academy in the 1990 Breeders’ Cup Mile, aged 54.

    This is a single race-used stirrup signed by Lester in ink to the leather. A very collectable piece of horse racing memorabilia.

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  • Lewis Carroll Handwritten Letters
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    Lewis Carroll Pair of Handwritten Letters

    £8,950.00

    • A pair of handwritten letters by one of the most influential writers of the 19th century.

    Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898), known more commonly by his pen name Lewis Carroll, was a renowned English writer, mathematician and photographer.

    As Carroll he wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), its sequel Through the Looking-Glass (1871), and the epic poem The Hunting of the Snark (1876), all of which are classic examples of the literary nonsense genre.

    To date his works have sold millions of copies around the world, and have inspired countless adaptations on the stage and screen.

    Dodgson was also a highly skilled amateur photographer, who took up the new art form during the 1850s and established his own studio, creating an estimated 3,000 photographs during his life.

    In January 1877 Dodgson began a correspondence with Edward T. Draper, an agent for the Royal Marines and a fellow amateur photographer.

    Draper sent Dodgson several photographs, including some of his 13-year-old daughter Dolly, telling him she was a fan of his books.

    Dodgson then wrote in return to Dolly Draper, and struck up a friendship with the family.

    These two handwritten letters are part of that correspondence.

    Dodgson's first letter, dated February 5, 1877, included a photograph of himself and poked fun at his famous 'alter ego' of Lewis Carroll:

    "Here is the portrait of the man I told you about. He is no relation of mine (but I have known him all my life)—at least, if he is a relation, I don’t know what sort of relation you would call him—He is about the same age as I am, but he certainly isn’t my brother, nor any kind of cousin."

    The four-page letter is written across two adjoining sheets, and measures 3.25 x 5.25". In fine condition, with a rusty paperclip mark on the top of the front page.

    In the second letter, dated April 12, 1877, Dodgson mentions sending Draper and her family copies of his most famous books, and also includes a piece of nonsense wordplay typical of his work:

    "I think the only way to prevent you all forgetting me again…is to send each a copy of some one of my 3 books…I’ll tell you what I was thinking of sending…—For Jessie, Alice’s Adventures…for Roger, the Snark…& for you, the Looking-glass…

    "With these helps, you may perhaps remember me for a while, but it will give a far better chance if you would put me in among your Modern History dates…—And then if even Roger says ‘Why, I don’t believe you care a fig for Mr. Dodgson,’ you can say ‘Ah, but I care a date for him!’"

    The three page letter is written on two adjoining sheets, measuring 4.5 x 7", and is in fine condition. Dodgson's signature at the bottom of the letter has been clipped, and replaced with a facsimile.

    Both letters are written in Dodgson's trademark violet ink, an unusual colour which he used for the majority of his correspondence throughout his life.

    Additionally, the second letter is contained in its original folder from Walter Benjamin Autographs, the renowned US autograph dealership established in 1887.

    Benjamin is recognized as playing a significant role is the development of the autograph collecting hobby in the late 19th and early 20th century, and the company continued to trade for 121 years.

    Later typed copies of both the letters are also included.

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  • Liam Neeson Hair Strand
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    Liam Neeson Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from actor Liam Neeson

    Liam Neeson began his acting career in the theatre in the 1970s. His first movie appearance was in the 1981 fantasy epic Excalibur. Since then he’s taken on starring roles in movies as diverse as Schindler’s List, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and the wildly popular Taken series.

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Liam Neeson’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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  • Long Island 1916 2½d black, SG32
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    Long Island 1916 2½d black, SG32

    £1,000.00

    Long Island 1916 2½d black, typewritten (carbon) on thin wove, left marginal, SG32. Fine unused example. Only 72 produced (plus 24 top copies), of which 29 were destroyed. Only 15 unused examples recorded by Gibbs.

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  • Lord Nelson Hair Strand
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    Lord Nelson Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Admiral Nelson's hair 

    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 guaranteed genuine half-inch strand of Lord Nelson's hair is presented on a display card perfect for framing. 

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  • Louis XIV signed document
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    Louis XIV signed document

    £6,950.00

    • A 1701 document signed by Louis XIV (the Sun King)

    Louis XIV (1638-1715) ascended to the French throne in 1643, when he was four years old. His reign lasted 72 years, still the longest in European history. France was the greatest power on the continent at this time. Under Louis’ reign, France greatly expanded its territory and influence. As a child, Louis adopted the sun as his own personal emblem. He came to be known as the Sun King. The symbol can be found throughout the city of Versailles and its lavish palace - which Louis created. 

    This large 9.5 x 14.5 inch document dates to May 1, 1701 and concerns the career of an officer in Louis XIV’s employ. The king signs at the bottom right. It's a large and impressive signature with enormous presence. 

    The condition is good, with some age related toning, soiling and spotting. It was, at one time, folded. None of these factors affects the quality of the signature.

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