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  • King Henry VII Autographed Historical Document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    King Henry VII Autographed Historical Document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

    £70,000.00

    • 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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  • 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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  • 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
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    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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  • 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.
    • You can learn more about this piece here 

    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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  • Lord Mounbatten signed photograph in frame
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    Lord Mountbatten signed photograph in frame

    £495.00

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    • A signed presentation photograph of Lord Louis Mountbatten in an original blue presentation frame by Jarrolds of Knightsbridge

    Lord Mountbatten was the second cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and an uncle to Prince Philip. He was Supreme Allied Commander in South East Asia during the Second World War and later served as Viceroy of India, First Sea Lord and Chief of Defence. He was assassinated by the IRA in 1979.

    This is a signed portrait of Lord Mountbatten in an 8.2 x 11 inch blue leather frame by Jarrolds of Knightsbridge, London. At the top is the symbol of the Order of the Garter – an elite organisation whose members are chosen by the British monarch.  

    Below is Mountbatten’s signature: "Mountbatten of Burma". The ink in the “M” of “Mountbatten” has oxidised somewhat but remains perfectly legible. 

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  • M Scott Carpenter signed Newsweek magazine cover
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    M Scott Carpenter signed Newsweek magazine cover

    £750.00

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    • A June 4, 1962 clipped front page of Newsweek magazine signed by Mercury astronaut M Scott Carpenter

    M Scott Carpenter (1925-2013) was one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts selected to launch the US manned space programme in 1958. He flew the Mercury-Atlas 7, becoming the second US astronaut to orbit the Earth.

    This is a clipped front cover of a June 4, 1962 copy of Newsweek, featuring Mercury-Atlas 7 astronaut M Scott Carpenter as the cover star. Carpenter has signed in black ink on his image. The cover displays folds and three small tears on the left hand side.

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  • Madonna Autographed & Worn Love ProfusionTank Top
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    Madonna Autographed & Worn Love Profusion Tank Top

    £7,500.00

    • GAP tank top worn by Madonna on the cover of single Love Profusion (2003)
    • Bold, clear autograph from Madonna
    • Fantastic display piece

    Madonna (1958-) is a globally-successful singer, toppling the music charts internationally since the 1980s. She is famed and admired for her ability to constantly reinvent her image.

    Madonna has reached a staggering level of success, selling over 250 million records, achieving the Guinness World Record for the world's most successful female recording artist of all time.

    As one of the most iconic female pop stars, Madonna's memorabilia is hugely sought after by collectors, with clothing worn by the star among the most valuable.

    This signed, ribbed, white tank top was worn by Madonna for the original cover of her Love Profusion single, from her 2003 studio album American Life.

    The song was used in the Estée Lauder perfume commercial Beyond Paradise. A redesigned single cover, for the USA market, was produced in tandem with this perfume launch.

    The signature and cotton GAP tank top are in fine condition. Some irregularities feature on the autograph due to the ribbed surface of the top, otherwise fine. Some light make-up stains to top which measures 20½" in length and 13" across the chest.

    A original copy of the Love Profusion record, 12½" x 12½", is included.

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  • Madonna Handwritten Lyrics
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    Madonna handwritten song lyrics

    £7,500.00

    • A sheet of handwritten song lyrics from Madonna, the Queen of Pop

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    Madonna (1958-) is a globally-successful singer, toppling the music charts internationally since the 1980s. She is famed and admired for her ability to constantly reinvent her image.

    Madonna has reached a staggering level of success, selling over 250 million records, achieving the Guinness World Record for the world's most successful female recording artist of all time.

    These lyrics for an unreleased song were handwritten by Madonna in blue ballpoint pen.

    The 22-line manuscript originate from the personal collection of Darlene Lutz, Madonna's long-time friend who served as her personal art consultant for many years.

    The page of lined yellow paper measures 8.5" x 11", and is in good condition.

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  • Madonna Signature
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    Madonna Signature

    £495.00

    Madonna Signature

    For Sale: £495.00

    Madonna (1958-) is a globally-successful singer, toppling the music charts internationally since the 1980s. She is famed and admired for her ability to constantly reinvent her image.

    Madonna has reached a staggering level of success, selling over 250 million records, achieving the Guinness World Record for the world's most successful female recording artist of all time.

    This signed card by Madonna measures 3" x 5". Written in blue ink, the signature and card are in fine condition.

  • Mahatma Gandhi twice-signed autograph
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    Mahatma Gandhi twice-signed autograph

    £5,950.00

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    • A bold signature from Mahatma Gandhi in black fountain pen dated April 4, 1947
    • Gandhi signs twice: once in Hindi and again in English

    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948) is celebrated as the father of modern India. Gandhi trained as a lawyer in London. On a posting to South Africa he experienced intense racism. He pushed back. On returning to India in 1915 he became a leader in the Indian nationalist movement. Gandhi insisted on non-violent means to effect change. Over time his influence among ordinary Indians grew.

    He renounced all worldly possessions, wearing only a simple cotton dhoti (loincloth). The British did all they could to destroy his influence. He spent years in prison. Finally on August 15, 1947, after almost 300 years of colonial control, India declared independence. Gandhi did not live to see the first free elections. A Hindu nationalist assassinated him as he walked to a prayer meeting in New Delhi in January 1948. Gandhi remains a figurehead for independence movements the world over.

    Gandhi signs on this 6.5 x 4 inch sheet on April 27, 1947 – just over four months before India’s Independence Day and 10 months before his death. At the time of signing he and other members of the Indian National Congress were in talks with the British over partition.

    Gandhi was deeply opposed to splitting the sub-continent along religious lines. However, with tensions rising between Hindus and Muslims, he was outvoted. 

    The page bears two signatures from Gandhi. One is in Hindi. The other, below, is in English: “M.K. Gandhi.”

    Gandhi’s signature is scarce and increasingly in-demand.

    This is a rare chance to own two in one.

    The piece comes affixed to a paper backing. The condition is excellent.

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    Margaret Thatcher Autograph on Card

    £595.00

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    • An excellent signature from British prime minister Margaret Thatcher 

    Serving three consecutive terms in office, 1979-1990, Margaret Thatcher (1925-) was the UK's first female prime minister. She received the nickname "Iron Lady" for her forceful political rhetoric.

    Thatcher's policies reduced inflation, lowered taxes and reduced social expenditure. Her ideological support of free-market economies helped foster a friendship with the United States' president Ronald Reagan.

    Thatcher's bold signature is marked in blue pen on card measuring 4½" x 3". Her name is printed in capital letters along the top left. A printed wax seal fills the bottom right corner. The edge of the card is decorated with thin lines of red and blue. 

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    Marilyn Monroe Autograph on Legal Document

    £4,950.00

    • Document signed by Marilyn Monroe
    • Details her dealings with Famous Artists Corporation following difficulties with 20th Century Fox
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    Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) needs little introduction. An actress, model and entertainer, she is perhaps the most recognisable of all screen icons.

    As such, her memorabilia is highly sought after, and continues to be widely collected across the world.

    A single-page legal document signed by Marilyn Monroe, measuring 8½" x 11" and dated February 19, 1957.

    This autographed promissory note detailing Marilyn Monroe's debt states that she owes $20,350 to "Famous Artists Corporation of Beverly Hills, California". Marilyn has signed her name in blue ink with an exceptionally clean, crisp autograph.

    Robert H. Montgomery Jr., the notary, and an embossed seal officiate the page. A light blue "X" is marked over the text, though this does not affect legibility. Two small punch holes are found along the top edge. The fine paper is in excellent condition with no tears.

    Charles Feldman owned "Famous Artists Corporation of Beverly Hills, California" and represented Marilyn during her contractual difficulties with 20th Century-Fox from 1954 - 1955.

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    Marilyn Monroe Autographed Cheque

    £3,950.00

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    • A Marilyn Monroe autographed cheque, featuring a fantastic example of her signature
    • Signed as president of Marilyn Monroe productions
    • Framed and accompanied by a glossy colour photograph of Monroe
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    Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) needs little introduction. An actress, model and entertainer, she is perhaps the most recognisable of all screen icons.

    As such, her memorabilia is highly sought after, and continues to be widely collected across the world.

    This fantastic piece is a bank cheque, measuring 8¼" x 3", which is signed in blue ballpoint pen by the lady herself as the president of Marilyn Monroe Productions. The cheque is payable to Sutton Wines & Liquors Inc for a sum of $8.81, dated September 15, 1957.

    At this time, Marilyn Monroe Productions had just released The Prince and the Showgirl, for which she received a BAFTA Award nomination. 

    The item is matted and framed with a beautiful glossy colour photo of Monroe and a small sequined lip pin. The overall size of the piece, including the frame, is 13¼" x 19". 

    This piece is in very good condition and is a wonderful item of Monroe memorabilia.

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    Marilyn Monroe Autographed Magazine Cut-Out

    £7,500.00

    • Magazine cut out signed by Marilyn Monroe during filming for The Asphalt Jungle (1950) - one of her earliest roles 
    • A rare autograph from the beginning of her career 

    Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) needs little introduction. An actress, model and entertainer, she is perhaps the most recognisable of all screen icons.

    As such, her memorabilia is highly sought after, and continues to be widely collected across the world.

    This magazine cut-out, 3.75" x 2.25", features an early autograph from Marilyn Monroe. 

    The star signs in black pen below a black and white photograph taken on the set of The Asphalt Jungle. 

    She was a total unknown when the movie was made, but within three years she'd be a star. Few autographs exist from her early years and collectors are quick to snatch them up when they appear.

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    Marilyn Monroe Autographed Newspaper Clipping

    £9,950.00

    • Marilyn Monroe autograph on newspaper clipping
    • Signed on June 19, 1951 for a US Navy serviceman - superb provenance

    Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) needs little introduction. An actress, model and entertainer, she is perhaps the most recognisable of all screen icons.

    As such, her memorabilia is highly sought after, and continues to be widely collected across the world.

    This autographed newspaper clipping, measuring 6½" x 4", has been signed across the top in black ink by Marilyn Monroe. It shows a beautiful photograph of Monroe in a black dress and white fur stole above a brief article about her appearance on the U.S.S. Benham.

    A young member of the United States Navy acquired the signature on June 19, 1951. He met Monroe, who autographed the clipping for him personally, aboard the U.S.S. Benham at a public showing of The Frogmen.

    At this time, Monroe is likely to have been in production of The Love Nest which began filming on April 18, 1951. 

    That means this autograph originates right from the beginning of Marilyn's career.

    Several factors, including Marilyn's talent, good looks, relationships and her tragic death at a young age, have ensured that she remains a globally iconic figure to this day.

    This is a fantastic chance to own a sought after signature with impeccable provenance. 

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    Marlon Brando Apocalypse Now signed letter

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    • A typed, signed March 1, 1976 letter from Marlon Brando to Francis Ford Coppola’s lawyers agreeing to take on the role of Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now
    • Very fine condition

    Marlon Brando began his acting career at the Shattuck Military Academy in the early 1940s. When he was expelled he left for New York.  His big break came in 1947, when he won the role of vicious husband Stanley Kowalski in the original run of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. He went on to star in some of the most iconic movies of the 20th century, including On the Waterfront (1954), The Godfather (1972) and Apocalypse Now (1979).

    A March 1, 1976 letter from Marlon Brando to Francis Ford Coppola, sent care of Coppola’s legal team Schiff, Hirsch & Schreiber. In the text Brando agrees to take on the role of Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now, one of his most celebrated performances. To the bottom right is a very fine signature in blue pen. The significance of this letter to the making of the movie cannot be overstated.

    It reads in full: “Gentlemen: Reference is hereby made to that certain agreement dated as of March 1, 1976, by and between you and Colony Productions Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Employment Agreement’) with respect to my services in the motion picture entitled ‘APOCALYPSE, NOW.’

    “This will acknowledge that I have read the Employment Agreement and am familiar with all of the terms covenants and conditions thereof.

    “In order to induce you to enter into the Employment Agreement, I hereby:”

    “1. Guarantee to you the full and faithful performance of each and every term, covenant and condition therein undertaken by Colony Productions Inc.

    “2. Undertake and agree to do and perform each and every term, covenant, condition and act which I may be called upon to perform pursuant thereto.

    “3. Undertake and agree to look solely to Colony Productions Inc. for the payment of any compensation payable to me thereunder.

    “Very truly yours, Marlon Brando”.

    The letter is typed on A4-sized paper and is in very fine condition. A must-have for any fan of Apocalypse Now and the American New Wave.

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    Marlon Brando signed photograph

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    • A 7 x 9 inch signed black and white photograph of actor Marlon Brando

    Marlon Brando began his acting career at the Shattuck Military Academy in the early 1940s. When he was expelled he left for New York. His big break came in 1947, when he got the role as vicious husband Stanley Kowalski in the original run of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. He went on to star in some of the most iconic movies of the 20th century, including On the Waterfront (1954), The Godfather (1972) and Apocalypse Now (1979).

    An excellent quality signed photograph of Marlon Brando taken around the mid-1960s. Brando has inscribed it: “To Dan/ Best wishes/ Marlon Brando”.

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    Martin Luther King Jr autographed portrait

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    • A spectacular signed portrait of Martin Luther King Jr

    Georgia-born preacher Martin Luther King Jr was the de facto leader of the American Civil Rights Movement. He led the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, the Birmingham Campaign (1963) and the March on Washington (1963). It was in the nation’s capital he gave his iconic I Have a Dream speech. King was shot dead by a white supremacist in 1968. He continued to be a defining influence on the movement.

    An exceptional 5 x 8 inch portrait of Martin Luther King Jr bearing King's signature. The artist is Carl Werner Skogholm, a Danish teacher and autograph collector. 

    Mounted on a brown card backing along with the date King signed (18/12/1965) and a note indicating the return post from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) address in Atlanta Georgia. 

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    Martin Luther King Jr signed and inscribed card

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    • An extraordinary Martin Luther King Jr signature
    • Accompanied by an inscription bearing an original quote

    Georgia-born preacher Martin Luther King Jr was the de facto leader of the American Civil Rights Movement. He led the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, the Birmingham Campaign (1963) and the March on Washington (1963). It was in the nation’s capital he gave his iconic I Have a Dream speech. King was shot dead by a white supremacist in 1968. He continued to be a defining influence on the movement.

    This is a 3 x 4.7 inch card bearing an inscription and signature from Martin Luther King Jr. It’s dated May 13, 1957.

    King writes: “Love is the greatest force in the universe. It is the heartbeat of the moral cosmos. He who loves is a participant in the being of god. Best wishes.”

    A variant of this quote appears in Paul’s Letter to American Christians, a sermon King gave at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama in 1956. He said in that speech: “love is the most durable power in the world, and that it is at bottom the heartbeat of the moral cosmos. Only through achieving this love can you expect to matriculate into the university of eternal life.”

    Quality signatures from King are rare and increasingly in-demand. This is a specimen of tremendous power that highlights King’s skill as a writer and orator.

    The card is affixed to a backing, with a raised section to the top right that doesn't detract from its appeal. An original stamp from the Montgomery Improvement Association, the group that prefigured the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, accompanies the item. 

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    Michael Buble signed photograph

    £95.00

    • A signed photograph of Canadian recording artist Michael Buble

    Michael Buble’s effortlessly smooth vocals fill the gap in the airwaves left by the Rat Pack. His recording career began in 2003, with a self-titled album of modern and traditional standards that showcased his exceptional voice.

    A large 8 x 11.5 inch headshot of Michael Buble displaying an autograph in black marker pen to the lower left.

    A charismatic display piece that’s ideal for framing. 

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    Michael Schumacher signed Galleria Ferrari pamphlet

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    • A Michael Schumacher signed Galleria Ferrari pamphlet 
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    Michael Schumacher is a former racing driver, best remembered for his phenomenal run with Ferrari between 1996 and 2006. He holds the record for the most F1 championship victories – seven between 1994 and 2004.

    A Michael Schumacher signed 8.7 x 4.7 inch pamphlet for the Galleria Ferrari in Maranello, Italy. 

    It's a particularly fine period specimen of Schumacher's autograph. A must for any F1 fan. 

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    Michael X Autograph

    £650.00

    • An autograph from Michael X, British civil rights activist and a deeply controversial figure 

    Michael X (1933-1975) born Michael de Freitas, was also known under the alias Michael Abdul Malik. A Black Power leader in 1960s Britain, de Freitas made his living from the numerous brothels he ran in London. 

    In 1971 he faced trial in the UK for extortion. Former Beatle John Lennon paid his bail and de Freitas fled to Trinidad. There he set up an arms trafficking business in the Caribbean. When his cousin Joseph Skerrit botched an arms deal, de Freitas brutally murdered his relative and buried him in the garden of his commune.

    After another flight, he was apprehended in 1975. He was executed in Port of Spain. 

    The autographed page measures 7" x 5½". His signature reads: "Peace & Love, Michael Abdul Malik". The swirling, curved letters are inscribed in black marker and sweep upwards diagonally. 

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    Moonwalkers signed photograph collection

    £18,000.00

    • A collection of signed photographs from each of the 12 astronauts to walk on the Moon
    • Find out more about this item here 

    During the four years NASA operated its manned Apollo missions to the Moon (1968-1972), 12 men walked on the Lunar surface.

    A remarkable collection made up of signed photographs from each of the 12 Moonwalkers – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Pete Conrad, Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell, David Scott, James Irwin, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt.

    The photographs are presented in frames and feature excellent provenance, including shots of the original collector with five of the signers. It would be impossible to recreate today. Only four of the 12 survive and all are now in their 80s.

    This is an investment grade collection with huge potential.

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    Muhammad Ali autograph on sketch

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    • Muhammad Ali autograph on sketch by California portrait artist Gary Saderup

    Three time World Heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali is one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century. Born Cassius Clay in a poor district of Louisville, Kentucky in 1942, he fought his way to the very top of the sport.

    In the mid-1960s he converted to Islam and became a key figure in the civil rights movement. His refusal to fight in Vietnam in 1966 saw him stripped of his titles and banned from boxing. Four years later he made an astonishing comeback, eventually regaining the heavyweight title in 1974.

    Ali retired from boxing in 1981 and devoted the rest of his life to humanitarian work. He died in June 2016.

    Muhammad Ali has beautifully signed this print by California portrait artist Gary Saderup. Ali signs in black pen – among the boldest Ali signatures you’ll see. A striking image and beautiful signature from the greatest heavyweight of all time.

    Saderup has signed the piece in pencil at the bottom right.

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    Muhammad Ali signed photograph

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    • A signed photograph of Muhammad Ali with the Beatles
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    Three time World Heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali is one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century. Born Cassius Clay in a poor district of Louisville, Kentucky in 1942, he fought his way to the very top of the sport.

    In the mid-1960s he converted to Islam and became a key figure in the civil rights movement. His refusal to fight in Vietnam in 1966 saw him stripped of his titles and banned from boxing. Four years later he made an astonishing comeback, eventually regaining the heavyweight title in 1974.

    Ali retired from boxing in 1981 and devoted the rest of his life to humanitarian work. He died in June 2016.

    An iconic photograph of Muhammad Ali with the Beatles, taken during a promotional shoot on February 18, 1964. Ali has signed to the top right of the image, a solid signature with excellent eye appeal. 

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    • A signed Napoleon Bonaparte letter with superb content

    Napoleon is one of history's most iconic figures. As emperor of France, his actions shaped Europe in the early 19th century. Following a successful coup d'etat in 1799, Napoleon went on to conquer much of Western and North Eastern Europe.

    Defeat in Russia and at the Battle of Waterloo has diminished the stature of his achievements. However, Napoleon was key in establishing a legal framework used across much of Europe, based on Meritocracy, and his military strategy is still widely studied across the world.

    When the Duke of Wellington was asked to name the greatest general of the day, he answered: "In this age, in past ages, in any age, Napoleon."

    A rare letter from Napoleon to his stepson Eugene de Beuharnais, dated January 19, 1806 - five days after Eugene’s marriage to Princess Augusta of Bavaria.

    Displayed in a black backing with portraits of the two men. 

    Napoleon is clearly delighted on Eugene's behalf. The letter reads (probably in a secretarial hand): “I arrived at Stuttgart yesterday evening at six, I will stay here today and leave tomorrow. I am sending you a Moniteur [Le Moniteur Universel – a Parisian newspaper] where you will see news about yourself.

    “Two kisses to Princess Augusta, one for me, the other for the Empress [Josephine – Eugene’s mother and Napoleon’s wife].”

    Napoleon signs “Napole”, a rare shortened variant of his signature. 

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    Nastassja Kinski Autographed Photograph

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    • An autographed photograph of model and actress Natassja Kinski 

    German-born Nastassja Kinski (1960-) was an international sex symbol of the 1970s and 1980s. She has appeared in over 60 movies, winning a Golden Globe for her youthful performance as the title character in Tess.

    This autographed photo of Kinski measures 10 x 8 inches. The actress is shown nude, with a snake curled against her. The photograph, marketed as a poster, was taken by the famed Richard Avedon.

    The signature, written in blue ink, and photo are in fine condition.

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    Neil Armstrong autograph with photographic provenance

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    • A Neil Armstrong autograph with exceptional photographic provenance 

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    This is a C.R. Gibson company Autograph book measuring 6 inches x 4½ inches.

    The book contains various autographs including those of George Foster (baseball), Charley Pride (musician), Foster Brooks (comedian), Gerald Ford (President), Glen Campbell (musician), Pat Boone (musician), Bob Griese (football), Bob Hope (comedian).

    All the signatures were obtained at the annual 'Bogie Busters' golf tournament, which was held to raise funds for charity.

    In addition there is a Jim Irwin signature with handwritten annotation "To Ed, His love from the Moon, Jim Irwin, Apollo 15 (plus moon drawing), 21 Nov 1980".

    The Neil Armstrong autograph is clearly signed and occupies a single page within the autograph book. It is accompanied by an original colour photograph of a smiling Neil Armstrong at the golf event, alongside the recipient of the autograph.

    A very rare signature, uniquely documented by the accompanying photograph. Sold with a letter of provenance from the recipient of the autograph.

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    Neil Armstrong autographed dinner menu

    £6,950.00

    • A menu Neil Armstrong signed at a restaurant in Tralee, Ireland in 1997
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    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    A large dinner menu measuring approximately 8" x 12" for 'Larkins Restaurant' Tralee, Ireland neatly signed by Neil Armstrong in black pen.

    Armstrong and his wife Carol were guests of honour at the dinner during their visit to Ireland on 19th April 1997, during which they opened an exhibition on Space Exploration at the Kerry Museum in Tralee.

    The dinner was hosted by Dick Spring, the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of Ireland at the time.

    The menu is accompanied by a letter of provenance from Ann Golden, the wife of Seamus Chamberlain the Irish representative to the European Space Agency at the time. It's in fine condition and signed during a time when Armstrong was famed for his refusal to sign autographs.

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    Nelson Mandela signed Long Walk to Freedom

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    •  An illustrated presentation copy of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, The Long Walk to Freedom, signed by the author
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    Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African politician, anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist, who spent his life battling racial injustice.

    He spent 27 years in prison for fighting apartheid and opposing the South African government, and was initially labelled a terrorist by some Western governments.

    Mandela was finally released from jail in 1990 and helped negotiate the end of apartheid, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1993 along with President F. W. de Klerk.

    This is a limited edition copy of The Illustrated Long Walk to Freedom produced by Chinthurst Fine Books in 2003 to celebrate Mandela’s 85th birthday.

    The edition is bound in brown morocco with marbled end papers and housed in a cloth solander box measuring 8.7 x 11.5 inches.

    Nelson Mandela’s attractive signature appears in black ballpoint pen on one of the title pages.

    A pull out compartment contains an 8.4 x 8.4 inch portrait of Mandela by the photographer Greg Bartley (signed by the artist).

    Numbered 175 of 250.

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    Nelson Mandela signed photograph

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    • A Nelson Mandela autograph on photo, taken during his historic first state visit to Britain in 1996 

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    Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African politician, anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist, who spent his life battling racial injustice.

    He spent 27 years in prison for fighting apartheid and opposing the South African government, and was initially labelled a terrorist by some Western governments.

    Mandela was finally released from jail in 1990 and helped negotiate the end of apartheid, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1993 along with President F. W. de Klerk.

    In 1994 he was then elected President in the country's first multiracial general election, and served as the head of state until 1999.

    This colour photograph depicts Mandela giving his historic speech to Parliament on July 11, 1996.

    The photograph also features Lord MacKay of Clashfern (the Lord Chancellor), and Betty Boothroyd  (Speaker of the House of Commons), both of whom also gave speeches that day.

    The photograph is signed boldly by all three in black ink. Mandela has also dated his autograph "10.4.99".

    The photograph is framed and glazed, and measures 24.5 x 34cm.

    During his four-day visit to the UK Mandela stayed at Buckingham Palace as a guest of Queen Elizabeth II; hosted a music concert at the Royal Albert Hall to raise funds for South African children's charities; visited Brixton, the heart of London's black community; and gave an impassioned speech to Parliament.

    According to reports, members of Parliament brought their families along with them to witness the speech inside a packed Westminster Hall.

    He was introduced on stage by Betty Boothroyd, Speaker of the House of Commons, who stated:

    "You spent more than a third of your life in prison, though your spirit was freer there than those of your captors outside."

    Mandela's speech mentioned the often fraught relationship between Britain and South Africa over the past two centuries; the struggle to rebuild his country and unify its people; and the continuing fight against racism around the world.

    He stated:"Racism is a blight on the human conscience.

    "The idea that any people can be inferior to another, to the point where those who consider themselves superior define and treat the rest as sub-human, denies the humanity even of those who elevate themselves to the status of gods."

    This exceptional signed photo is a wonderful tribute to one of the most universally admired figures in history.  

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    Nirvana band signed Fender Squier Stratocaster

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    • A Japanese-made Fender Squier Stratocaster signed by Nirvana
    • Featuring signatures from Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic

    Nirvana was the defining band of the 1990s, rising from humble beginnings to super stardom between 1987 and 1994. Frontman Kurt Cobain’s death at 27 proved the tragic end to an immensely promising career.  

    A blue Japanese-made Squier Stratocaster featuring signatures from each of Nirvana’s three members (Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic) on the faceplate. Part of Cobain's signature is obscured by the volume control, indicating these were removed prior to signing. There’s an unidentified fourth signature, likely from a member of the band’s road crew to the top.

    Nirvana memorabilia is in high demand, with the cardigan Cobain wore in the band’s legendary MTV Unplugged performance achieving a record $334,000 in 2019.

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    Oliver Hardy Autographed Divorce Document

    £1,950.00

    • An original document signed by Oliver Hardy, one half of seminal double act Laurel & Hardy

    Oliver Hardy was an American comedian and actor, most famous for being one half of the popular comedy duo Laurel & Hardy. He's a central figure in the highly collectable Hollywood silent era. Any item from Oliver Hardy is coveted by collectors.

    Hardy has autographed this 28 page softbound copy of California Supreme Court Case #13874 in black ink on the top right hand corner of the front cover.

    The document, which features some light toning and handling wear, covers Hardy's ex-wife's follow-up suit for more alimony following their 1937 divorce. Within the document, Myrtle Lee Hardy claims that Oliver had fallen short on the yearly payments that had been agreed upon in the original divorce case.

    The judge concluded that Myrtle was not liable for any additional alimony. Just a few years later, Hardy fell in love with script girl Virginia Lucille Jones. They remained happily married until his death in 1956.

    An excellent document providing an insight into the private life of one of America's best loved comedians. 

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