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  • EH Shepard Autographed Drawing
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    EH Shepard Autographed Drawing for Punch Magazine

    £5,950.00

    • Satirical illustration from EH Shepard for 1936 edition of Punch magazine
    • Original artwork signed by the Winnie the Pooh artist
    • Originates from the Shepard family's own holding
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    Ernest Howard "EH" Shepard (1879-1976) was a popular cartoonist, perhaps most famous for his illustrations of Winnie the Pooh in the famous books by A.A. Milne. He is also known for bringing to life the characters in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows.

    Shepard worked as a cartoonist for Punch magazine from 1921 until 1953, and his work is often thought of as somewhat gentle and uplifting. Fellow cartoonist John Jenson once said "Shepard moved from strength to strength, increasingly able to impose his quiet humour on otherwise grim and humourless topics."

    This original, signed drawing measures 8¼" x 7¾" and is mounted to an overall size of 15" x 15".

    The detailed drawing shows Mr Punch standing is his living room which is adorned with Christmas holly. Mr Punch is holding a copy of a newspaper whose headline reads "COAL DISPUTE" and looking at Toby the dog who is holding an empty scuttle and pointing to the small amount of coal on the fire.

    EH Shepard has autographed the original drawing in the bottom left hand corner.

    The drawing is a reference to the dispute that resulted from the Coal Mines Reorganisation Commission's proposal to regulate the production and supply of coal, and merge small mines.

    Headed "VOLUME CXC", it is thought that this particular drawing was used as the front cover of the volume of Punch magazine January to June 1936.

    This rare piece comes from the Shepard family's own holding.

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  • Elizabeth I Gold Sovereign
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    Elizabeth I Gold Sovereign

    £9,000.00

    Elizabeth I Fine Gold Sovereign 1558 - 1603 Tower mint Armada year
  • Richard Burton signed property lease
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    • A 1974 property lease for Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, signed by Burton. 

    Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011) and Richard Burton (1925-1984) are Hollywood's most famous couple. They married each other twice and were rarely out of the papers throughout their two decade love affair. 

    A property lease between Robert E Henning and Antonia Henning (property owners) and Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, commencing February 17th 1974 at $1,000 per week.

    The property in Oroville, California, was to be home to Taylor and Burton for six weeks while Burton filmed "The Klansman". The lease, whose pages measure approximately 8.5 x 13.5 inches, has been signed by Richard Burton.

    Prior to the end of the lease Taylor had left Burton due to his infidelities. The couple would divorce in June of 1974 but remarry a year later.

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  • Elizabeth Taylor Hair Strand
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    Elizabeth Taylor Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An opportunity to own an authentic strand of Elizabeth Taylor's hair 

    Elizabeth Taylor was one of the great actresses of Hollwood's Golden Age; a former child star she grew to be known for both her acting talent and beauty, and infamously for her seven marriages.

    Taylor had a passion for jewellery, owning some of the world's largest diamonds, some famously given to her by her late two times husband Richard Burton. A tireless campaigner for AIDs awareness, Elizabeth Taylor will be remembered as a cinematic icon.

    This approx. HALF INCH piece of Elizabeth Taylor hair is presented on a display card perfect for framing*.

    * Please note the frame is not included in the sale price. 

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  • Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton love letter
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    Elizabeth Taylor love letter to Richard Burton

    £35,000.00

    • A handwritten love letter written from Elizabeth Taylor to husband Richard Burton in 1974
    • Incredible content that lays bare the passion between this legendary couple 
    • Get the full story behind this piece here 

    Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were two of the world's biggest stars when they embarked on an affair on the set of Cleopatra (1961).

    Their romance was tumultuous. Burton was a womaniser and both were heavy drinkers. Still they were unable to stay apart for long. They were married twice, with both weddings leading to divorce. So intense was the relationship that it has gone down in Hollywood history. 

    A love letter written, in pencil, by Elizabeth Taylor to her husband Richard Burton on their 10 year wedding anniversary, March 15th 1974, just days before their breakup.

    Taylor and Burton were renting a house in Oroville, California while Burton was filming his latest movie "The Klansman". Their lease on the home began on February 15th 1974.

    The letter reads in full:

    "My darling (my still) My husband. I wish I could tell you of my love for you, of my fear, my delight, my pure animal pleasure of you - (with you) - my jealousy, my pride, my anger at you, at times.

    Most of all my love for you, and whatever love you can dole out to me - I wish I could write about it but I can't. I can only "boil and bubble" inside and hope you understand how I really feel.

    Anyway I lust thee, Your (still) Wife. P.S. O'Love, let us never take each other for granted again! P.P.S. How about that - 10 years!!"

    Taylor had warned Burton from the start of their marriage in 1964 that she had zero tolerance for infidelity. However during the filming of When Eagles Dare, Burton resumed an affair with co-star Mary Ure. After that, Taylor made sure she was on set with Burton every day in 1969 for the shooting of Anne Of The Thousand Days.

    A further affair with co-star Genevieve Bujold lasted many years. An affair with Nathalie Delon followed in 1972, along with rumours of an affair with Raquel Welch.

    Taylor finally lost patience during the filming of The Klansman when Burton commenced an affair with "a teenager, a hotel waitress and a string of other women."

    The love letter is accompanied by a letter of provenance from Toni Hennings, the woman who rented the Oroville house to them:

    "This letter written by Elizabeth Taylor while renting my home from Feb 15th til April 18th 1974. It was left behind - inside a book in a drawer under the masterbedroom bed."

    To our knowledge no other Taylor-Burton love letter has ever been offered for sale.

    As seen in the Daily Mail, the Telegraph and the Daily Express.

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  • Elle MacPherson Manolo Blahnik suede boots
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    Elle Macpherson Manolo Blahnik suede boots

    £1,500.00

    • A stunning pair of Manolo Blahnik boots once owned by supermodel Elle Macpherson

    Elle Macpherson (born 1964) is an Australian businesswoman, television host, model, and actress who rose to prominence in the 1980s. 

    Elle Macpherson donated these leather lined black suede Manolo Blahnik boots to the Fashion cafe, of which she was a partner. The boots later featured in a charity auction to benefit the LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and the Performing Arts.

    Made in Italy, the boots are size 39½ (US8½), with one leather thigh strap missing.

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  • Elliot Cowan Hair Strand
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    Elliot Cowan Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from British actor Elliot Cowan  

    Elliot Cowan took on the role of Mr Darcy in British TV miniseries Lost in Austen in 2008. He’s also starred in Luther and Agatha Christie’s Poirot.  

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Elliot Cowan’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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  • Elton John Jumpsuit
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    Elton John owned and worn jumpsuit

    £3,950.00

    • A jumpsuit worn by Elton John live onstage during a 1982 tour 
    • Find out more about this piece here 

    Flamboyant star Elton John (1947-) is a multi-award winning British musician, receiving a knighthood in 1998 for his talents and charitable work.

    Working as a prolific singer and songwriter, he has seen success in both fields, becoming a Fellow of the British Academy of Songwriters and Composers in 2004. He is patron to the arts and numerous charitable foundations.

    Elton has played to over 2 million people across 4 continents. To date, his 1997 single Candle in the Wind is his biggest selling with over 33 million copies sold.

    This is Elton's jumpsuit from his 1982 Jump Up tour. The metallic green, flying style jumpsuit with red fleece interior has 'Everest' printed down one arm and '29028' printed down one leg.

    Owned and worn by Elton. A rare piece of music memorabilia.

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  • Elvis Presley Hair Strand
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    Elvis Presley Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed authentic strand of Elvis Presley's hair, clipped during his 1958 US Army haircut
    • Presented on an attractive 8 by 6 inch display card 

    Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) was one of the most iconic and influential performers of the 20th century, known to his fans simply as "The King".

    As one of the originators of rock and roll, he created a music style which changed the world and inspired generations of artists from the Beatles to the present day.

    Presley remains the best-selling solo artist of all-time, with estimated record sales of 600 million, and performed over numerous styles including rockabilly, pop, blues and gospel.

    Today millions of fans flock from around the world to visit his former home of Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, and rare items of his memorabilia regularly sell for tens of thousands of dollars at auction.

    The most famous hair cut of all... 

    At the height of his fame, Elvis Presley was drafted into the US Army, triggering an anguished outcry from his young female fans. 

    Elvis spent three days at Fort Chaffee. It was there he received his famous haircut on March 25 1958. 

    Not to miss a trick, Elvis' manager Col. Tom Parker had arranged for the press to attend the hair cut. 

    The hair from this historic cut was passed to Elvis' close friend Gary Pepper to share amongst Elvis fan club members around the globe. 

    Gary Pepper was the President of one of Elvis' first fan clubs, allowing him to amass a significant collection of personal effects gifted to him from Elvis himself. 

    This half inch strand of Elvis Presley hair is from the famed Gary Pepper collection of Elvis memorabilia.

    It comes presented on an attractive 8 by 6 inch display card perfect for framing.

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  • Elvis Presley rhinestone jockstrap
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    Elvis Presley rhinestone jockstrap

    £29,950.00

    Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) was one of the most iconic and influential performers of the 20th century, known to his fans simply as "The King".

    As one of the originators of rock and roll, he created a music style which changed the world and inspired generations of artists from the Beatles to the present day.

    Presley remains the best-selling solo artist of all-time, with estimated record sales of 600 million, and performed over numerous styles including rockabilly, pop, blues and gospel.

    Today millions of fans flock from around the world to visit his former home of Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, and rare items of his memorabilia regularly sell for tens of thousands of dollars at auction.

    A rhinestone jockstrap bearing Elvis Presley’s initials (“EP”). Once housed in the Elvis Presley Museum collection in Memphis, curated by Elvis' long time friend Jimmy Velvet. 

    According to Velvet, the jockstrap was gifted to Elvis by a fan. Elvis subsequently gave it to his cousin Billy Smith's son.   

    Housed in an attractive display frame. 

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  • Elvis Presley Signed Souvenir Album
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    • A rare 1970 Elvis Presley souvenir photo album autographed an amazing three times by Elvis – with photo authentication.
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    Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) was one of the most iconic and influential performers of the 20th century, known to his fans simply as "The King".

    As one of the originators of rock and roll, he created a music style which changed the world and inspired generations of artists from the Beatles to the present day.

    Presley remains the best-selling solo artist of all-time, with estimated record sales of 600 million.

    Today millions of fans from around the world visit his former home of Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, and rare items of his memorabilia regularly sell for tens of thousands of dollars at auction.

    RCA Records, Elvis’ record company, produced the photo album for Elvis’ 1970 tour dates in the US.

    The 11 x 8.5 inch album features 20 heavyweight, textured pages of high quality colour and black & white photos of Elvis. 

    Elvis has crisply autographed the item three times in black ballpoint.

    • On the front cover he has signed “Elvis Presley”
    • On the back cover he has signed “To Sandy from Elvis Presley”
    • On the inside back cover he has signed “To Sandy, Elvis Presley”

    Exceptional and highly unusual provenance: accompanied by a photograph of Elvis in a car, signing the front cover of this album.

    Also accompanied by letters from respected auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s, both stating the piece appears genuine.

    Elvis signed photographs are incredibly rare. Pieces signed three times are almost unheard of.

    Crying out for a double-sided display frame and a prominent place on your wall.

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  • Elvis Presley Twice-Signed Album
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    Elvis Presley Twice-Signed 1950s Album

    £15,000.00

    • A highly rare original copy of Elvis Presley's second studio album, signed twice by the king of rock and roll.
    • Gifted to a fellow member of his US Army unit during his military service in Germany.
    • Find out more about this piece here 

    Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) was one of the most iconic and influential performers of the 20th century, known to his fans simply as "The King".

    As one of the originators of rock and roll, he created a music style which changed the world and inspired generations of artists from the Beatles to the present day.

    Presley remains the best-selling solo artist of all-time, with estimated record sales of 600 million, and performed over numerous styles including rockabilly, pop, blues and gospel.

    Today millions of fans flock from around the world to visit his former home of Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, and rare items of his memorabilia regularly sell for tens of thousands of dollars at auction.

    'Elvis' was Presley's second studio album, released in the US in October 1956, and featured a mix of original songs, country ballads and Little Richard covers.

    The record also featured a version of 'Old Shep' – the 1940s country song that Elvis had first performed in a Tupelo talent contest when he was just 10 years old.

    The album spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard Pop Albums chart, making Elvis the first recording artist to have their first two albums go straight to #1 in the same year.

    Five months after the release of the album, Presley was inducted into the US Army. He was assigned to Company A of the 3rd Armored Division's 1st Medium Tank Battalion, and completed his basic training at Fort Hood, Texas before heading overseas.

    Elvis autographed and inscribed this copy of the album to a fellow member of the 3rd Armored Division whilst he was stationed in Friedberg, West Germany, and remained in the same family's collection for years.

    The album bears Presley's autograph in bold blue ink on the reverse of the album cover, and another inscribed "Many thanks! Elvis Presley" on the album's protective inner sleeve.

    The album sleeve shows overall age wear, creases and scuffed edges/corners. The original vinyl record is still present within.

    This record represents the first signed Elvis Presley album we've ever had the pleasure of offering at Paul Fraser Collectibles.

    Bearing not one, but two bold signatures, it represents a superb opportunity and would take pride of place in any music fan's collection.

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  • England 1422-1461 Henry VI. Gold Noble.
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    England 1422-1461 Henry VI. Gold Noble.

    £6,000.00

    England 1422-1461 Henry VI.

    Gold Noble.

    Annulet Issue, Tower Mint.

    Ref No: Schneider 280; N 1414; S 1799.

    Obv. King in antique ship holding shield of Royal Arms and sword, annulet by hand, 'HENRIC DI GRAC REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HYB'.

    Rev. Cross 'fleurdelise' with crowned leopards in angles, 'h' in centre, all within tressure of eight arches, lis in outer angles annulets in legend of rev., 'IhC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORV' IBAT' (But Jesus, passing through the midst of them, went on his way). 34mm, 6.95g. GVF- Good very fine, well and sharply struck.

  • England 1603-1625 James I Ten Shillings (Double Crown) GVF
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    England 1603-1625 James I Ten Shillings (Double Crown) GVF

    £2,425.00

    England, Stuart. James I (1603-1625) Gold Ten Shillings (Double Crown)

    Type: Hammered - Second coinage, 5th bust

    Mint Mark: Tower

    Minted from 1612AD

    Minted until 1613AD

    Obverse: Crowned, draped , cuirassed bust of James right, 'IACOBVS DG MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX'.

    Reverse: Crowned Royal Arms dividing 'JR', 'HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS', (Henry united the roses, James the kingdoms).

    This well struck coin produces a very good attractive and clear portrait of James I with very good details in facial features and drapery. Although, as a type, not particularly uncommon it is very rare and difficult to find in such a good grade and strong striking.

    The coinage of James VI is a very large and varied issue - more so than any other Monarch, many new and innovatively designed pieces were introduced during this reign as well as several new denominations. These 10 shilling pieces of this second issue are usually referred to as 'double crown'. Due to inflation and a rise in the price of gold, these coins were revalued in 1619 at 11 shillings and a new lighter 10 shillings, the 'Half Laurel' was issued.

    It is interesting to note the reverse legend - having become King James I of England, James VI of Scotland was very keen to unite the two Kingdoms - a concept which is still particularly current and controversial.

     


  • England 1714. Anne. Gold Half Guinea
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    England 1714. Anne. Gold Half Guinea

    £2,250.00

    England 1714. Anne. Gold Half Guinea
  • England Football Team Autographed Home Jersey
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    England Football Team Autographed Home Jersey

    £950.00

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    • An official 2009 England World Cup football jersey signed by 22 members of the England team 

    This fantastic piece of football memorabilia is signed in black by 22 members of the England football squad of 2009. The 'Three Lions' official crest is prominent on the front, along with the Umbro logo.

    The official white Umbro England short sleeve football jersey is autographed by some of the team's top players, including David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Gareth Barry, Rio Ferdinand, Michael Carrick, Steven Gerrard, David James, John Terry, Wes Brown and Peter Crouch.

    The item also retains its original garment tag. It is accompanied by an FA-signed authentication card, dated 12-10-09, and a full colour card detailing a selection of England squad signatures. In fine condition.

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  • England, 1604-05 James I gold unite
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    England, 1604-05 James I gold unite

    £3,000.00

    England, 1604-05 James I gold unite. Apart from a small flaw above the Kings right shoulder this is a very good example with a fantastic portrait of James in full armour. - shortly after he inherited the English throne. These coin dies were always rather shallowly engraved so unless one got a good strike the portrait would usually appear rather faint. This is a good strike and the details of this coin are sharp and clear making it attractive and desirable. With the unification of the two Kingdoms under one King, James put in Latin as his motto on the reverse 'I have made them into one people, thus the coin is known as 'Unite' .

    Obv: Half length crowned and armoured bust right, holding sceptre over shoulder in right hand, globus crucifer in left, IACOBVS . D G. MAG . BRIT' . FRAN ET . HIB' . REX.

    Rev: Crowned, garnished Royal Arms dividing I R, around FACIAM . EOS . IN . GENTEMVNAM.

  • England, Aethelred II – Silver Penny AD 978AD - 1016AD
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    England, Aethelred II – Silver Penny AD 978AD - 1016AD

    £1,850.00

    King (reign): Aethelred II (978AD - 1016AD) Denomination/metal: Silver Penny Date/mint mark: 1009-1017 Type Last small cross type Penny (1009- 17), BMC type Ic, Elfwine of Colchester Mint. Ref. no: N 777; S 1154 Obv. Draped and diademed bust left, within linear circle, +edel-red rex n Rev. Short cross at centre, four smaller crosses surrounding, all within linear circle, +elfpine on cole. 20mm, 1.3g. VF – Very Fine Flan a little undulating, peck marked mainly on reverse, with a strong portrait, a pleasing very fine and very rare with the extra crosses, presumably a short-lived sub-issue in East Anglia.
  • England, Cromwell – 1658 Silver Half Crown
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    England, Cromwell – 1658 Silver Half Crown

    £6,500.00

    King (reign): Oliver Cromwell (Lord Protector) (1653 - 1658), Denomination/metal: Silver Crown, Half, Type Intended issue. Ref. no: S 3227a.

    Obv. Laureate and draped bust left, legend and toothed border, OLIVAR D GR P ANG SCO HIB & PRO'.

    Rev. Crowned quartered shield of arms of the Protectorate, date. Above, toothed border 'PAX QVAERITVR BELLO'. (Peace is sought by war) 33mm, 15.02g.

    Extremely Fine with much original lustre – especially on rev.

  • England, Edward VI – 1551-3 Silver Sixpence
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    England, Edward VI – 1551-3 Silver Sixpence

    £1,300.00

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    King (reign): Edward VI (1547 - 1553)

    Denomination/metal: Silver Sixpence

    Date/mint mark: mm. Tun, 1551 – 1553

    Ref. no: S 2483

    Obv. Half facing bust left, 'EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX'. Denomination' VI' behind.

    Rev. Royal arms on cross fourchee,'POSVI DEV' ADIVTORE' MEV'', (I have made the Lord my helper).

    28mm, 2.99g.

    AEF - About Extremely Fine, well struck and nicely toned.

     

    Very handsome little coin, well struck with no weak areas and nicely toned.  However, what is particularly interesting about this coin is the very small 'privy mark' under the denomination.  This is engraved on the die and appears to be a small fish or a chalice on its side.  Very interesting and hitherto unrecorded.  Issued in the latter part of the Boy King's reign when he was only thirteen or fourteen years of age, is a superb contemporary portrait of Henry VIII's sickly son Edward VI. Just over a year or so later, in February 1553, at age 15, Edward fell ill.  When his sickness was discovered to be terminal, he and his Council drew up a "Devise for the Succession", attempting to prevent the country being returned to Catholicism.  Edward named his cousin Lady Jane Grey as his heir and excluded his half sisters, Mary and Elizabeth.  However, this was disputed following Edward's death and Jane was queen for only nine days before Edward's half-sister, Mary, was proclaimed Queen.  She reversed Edward's Protestant reforms, which nonetheless became the basis of the Elizabethan Religious Settlement of 1559.

  • England, Stuart. King (reign): Anne (1702-1714) Silver Crown, Half.  Good extremely fine.
    England, Stuart. King (reign): Anne (1702-1714) Silver Crown, Half. 1709 OCTAVO. Post Union. Ref: ESC 579;W 3604. Obv. Draped bust left, har up, 'ANNA DEI GRATIA. Rev. Crowned Royal Arms in cruciform, Garter star in centre, 'MAG BR FR ET HIB REG'. 33mm, 15.05g. Good extremely fine with considerable amounts of original lustre. Very pretty coin, almost uncirculated with beautiful original lustre - particularly the reverse. Not a rare date but very rare to find in this almost pristine condition.
  • Enid Blyton Signed Book
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    • An Enid Blyton inscribed and signed first edition, first printing copy of her 1954 work for children, The Greatest Book in the World.

    Enid Blyton (1897-1968 ) is one of English literature’s best-loved children’s authors, celebrated particularly for The Famous Five, The Secret Seven and the Noddy stories.

    Blyton has written beautifully on the title page in black ink: “Rosalind Watson, with my warm thanks for all your help and very best wishes from Enid Blyton”.

    The Greatest Book in the World is rare and Blyton inscribed books are highly sought after. This is the only signed copy of the work we have seen.

    The book was published by the British & Foreign Bible Society. It features 63 pages and orange and black illustrations by Mabel Peacock.

    Blyton wrote the book to celebrate the Bible Society's 150th anniversary. In it Blyton recounts true stories about Bibles from around the world. The book features Blyton’s familiar and much loved cosy tone.

    The book measures a large 8.5 x 5.5 inches – perfect for display. Complete with dust jacket, in fair condition. Book in good condition.

    Comes with a detailed letter of authenticity from the previous owner. 

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  • Enola Gay signed photograph
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    • A 10 x 8 inch black and white photo signed by three leading crewmembers of the Enola Gay
    • Pilot and aircraft commander Paul Tibbets (1915-2007), navigator Dutch Van Kirk (1921-2014) and bombardier Tom Ferebee (1918-2000) sign their names along with their positions

    The crew of the Enola Gay were tasked with dropping the first atomic bomb (codenamed “Little Boy”) on the city of Hiroshima. Along with the bombing of Nagasaki, their mission brought the Second World War to a swift conclusion and ushered in the nuclear age.

    This is a large and visually impressive photograph signed by the crew of the Enola Gay on May 28, 1999. Each man has signed his name above his image, along with his role on the historic bombing run.

    Ferebee has included the date “6 aug. 1945”, while Tibbets has written “Enola Gay” above his signature. Photographs signed by these three leading members of the crew are profoundly rare.

    Comes with a certificate of authenticity that includes a photo of the three men signing the photo. 

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  • Ezra Miller Hair Strand
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    Ezra Miller Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from American actor Ezra Miller

    Comic book fans will know Ezra Miller as The Flash. He’s played this iconic superhero in several movies set in the DC Comics extended universe, including Suicide Squad (2016) and Justice League (2017). 

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Ezra Miller’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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  • Falkland Islands 1878-79 4d grey-black SG2a
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    Falkland Islands 1878-79 4d grey-black SG2a

    £2,250.00

    Falkland Islands 1878-79 4d grey-black, from foot of sheet with imperforate margin, showing "FF" of papermaker's watermark, SG2a.

    Mint example with part original gum. Minor toning and gum disturbance, but still fine for this rare issue, particularly with perforations and centring being far above average.

    A rarity in unused condition, being the first such example we have handled for many years.

    The SG catalogue price is £3,750.

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  • Falkland Islands 1900 (Oct) 1d carmine postal stationery envelope

    Falkland Islands 1900 (Oct) 1d carmine postal stationery envelope (issued in 1899, Heijtz E1) commercially used to "The Secretary, Prices Candle Company Ltd, 31 Threadneedle St, London E.C.".

    The stamp indicium cancelled only by a superb strike of the red "GOVERNMENT HOUSE/RECD' circular date stamp, with fixed date "8 DE 99"), and no further Falklands Islands dispatch mark. With London (x2) arrival circular date stamp (NO 13 00) on face and reverse.

    A very rare and desirable cover, being one of just three recorded covers with this administrative marking (Heijtz PSO.3) used as a cancellation (on correspondence from the Governor, W. Grey-Wilson, in office 1897-1904. Provenance: Ex. Stern (from Harmer Rooke 16/5/63, lot 145, and not seen on the market for over 50 years.

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  • Falkland Islands 1904-12, set of 8, Mint SG43-50
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    Falkland Islands 1904-12, set of 8, SG43/50. A Fine Mint Set. The SG catalogue price is £475. 
  • Falkland Islands 1912-20 5s maroon SG67b
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    Falkland Islands 1912-20 5s maroon, original gum. Minor traces of toning on gum, still very fine fresh appearance. (SG catalogue price: £130) Unmounted Mint. SG 67b
  • Falkland Islands 1912-20 5s maroon SG67b
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    Falkland Islands 1912-20 5s maroon, brilliant unmounted original gum. Superb. Unmounted Mint. SG 67b
  • Falkland Islands 1912-20 set of 10, Mint SG60-69
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    Falkland Islands 1912-20, set of 10, SG60/9. A Superb Mint Set. The SG catalogue price is £1,000. 
  • Falkland Islands 1912-20 £1 black/red, SG69
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    Falkland Islands 1912-20 £1 black/red, SG69. Top marginal example with part centre guide (R1/4). Brilliant quality unmounted with original gum (hinge mark on face of margin only). Typical minor gum wrinkling but now very scarce unmounted. Only 3,600 copies sold.

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  • Falkland Islands 1929 1d red Postal Stationery envelope
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    Falkland Islands 1929 1d red Postal Stationery envelope

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    Falkland Islands 1929 1d red Postal Stationery envelope, type III stamp, very fresh unused. Scarce so fine. Heijtz Catalogue number: E2c. Higgins & Gage World Postal Stationery Catalogue number: B5.

  • Falkland Islands 1933 Centenary 10s black and chestnut
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    Falkland Islands 1933 Centenary 10s black and chestnut "Coat of Arms", lower left corner example, very fine original gum. Only 3,438 sold (= 57 sheets) and very scarce in this positional form. Unmounted Mint. SG 137

  • Falkland Islands 1933 Centenary 5s black and yellow 'Penguin' SG136
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    Falkland Islands 1933 Centenary 5s black and yellow 'Penguin', brilliant original gum. 5,577 sold (both shades).
    This stamp is quite simply a masterpiece in design with its striking black and yellow colour combination and has always been a favourite amongst collectors. Unmounted Mint. SG 136
  • Falkland Islands 1935 Jubilee set of 4 to 1s in marginal blocks of 4 SG139/42
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    Falkland Islands 1935 Jubilee set of 4 to 1s in marginal blocks of 4, the 1d and 1s from left margin, the 2½d and 4d from lower right corner, very fine unmounted original gum. Unmounted Mint. SG 139/42. 

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  • Falkland Islands 1938-50 10s black and orange SG162a
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    Falkland Islands 1938-50 10s black and orange SG162a

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    Falkland Islands 1938-50 10s black and orange, 1938 2nd printing, lower right corner marginal, unmounted original gum.

    Slight natural wrinkling characteristic of this printing, but fresher than usually found and scarce unmounted. Separation at foot but a handsome positional example. (SG catalogue price: £350+) Unmounted Mint. SG 162a