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  • Thomas Edison Autographed Document
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    Thomas Edison Autographed Document

    • Three examples of Thomas Edison's autograph on the annual report of the Edison Spanish Colonial Light Company
    Thomas Edison (1847-1931) was one of the greatest inventors to have ever lived, with his inventions changing the way that we live today. Among the 1,093 patents in his name are the phonograph, motion picture camera and the first practical light bulb. As such, his memorabilia is widely collected today, with collectors eagerly seeking items connected to his business life.

    Edison's autograph graces this two page document three times. The manuscript is the annual report of the Edison Spanish Colonial Light Company. It contains details of the company's capital stock, $100,000, of which $50,000 has "been issued in payment for property necessary for the business of the company".

    As President of the company, Edison has signed on the lower half of the first page, and again underneath as listed with the other majority trustees. Overleaf, his autograph is written as confirmation of the veracity of the document. Minor splits along the edge, not affecting text or signatures. In fine condition, the signatures are crisp and bold, written in dark black ink.

    The Edision Spanish Colonial Light Company, founded in 1882, was established to protect Edison's light patents in Cuba, Puerto Rico and other Spanish American colonies.

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    Tiger Woods Autograph on Golf Sun Visor

    £1,500.00

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    • A Nike golf visor signed by legendary golfer Tiger Woods 

    Tiger Woods is regarded as one of the greatest golfers ever to take up the sport. He turned professional in 1996. By 1997, he was ranked number one in the world. Over his career he’s racked up 79 PGA Tour wins, putting him in second place behind the legendary Sam Snead.

    While he continues to compete, a series of serious back injuries in the 2010s have knocked his form. It remains to be seen whether he can climb back to the top.

    An off-white Nike adjustable golf visor signed by golfer Tiger Woods. In fine condition with minor light soiling to the strap. The crisp autograph is on the brim of the visor in black felt tip pen.

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  • Tobago 1891-92 2½d on 4d grey SG31a
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    Tobago 1891-92 2½d on 4d grey, type 5 surcharge, variety malformed 'CE' in 'PENCE', very fine original gum. R10/6 on pane. Scarce. Unmounted Mint. SG 31a

  • Togo 1915  ½d green SGH34/a/c/e
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    Togo 1915 (May) ½d green, type 7 Accra overprint, block of 18 (6x3) being rows 5-7 of the right pane with interpane margin at left, showing varieties 'small 'F' in 'FRENCH' (R5/1), 'no hyphen after 'ANGLO' (R5/4), and 'CUPATION' for 'OCCUPATION' (R6/3), very fine original gum. Most are unmounted including 'CUPATION'. A scarce and interesting multiple from the first setting. Unmounted Mint. SG H34/a/c/e

  • Transjordan 1930-39 500m brown and £P1 slate-grey tied to piece by very fine Amman circular date stamps SG206/7
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    Transjordan 1930-39 500m brown and £P1 slate-grey tied to piece by very fine Amman circular date stamps, dated '22 MR 36'. A scarce and attractive item. Used. SG 206/7

  • Transjordan 1933 'Tourist' set of 14 to £1 SG208/21
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    Transjordan 1933 'Tourist' set of 14 to £1, brilliant large part original gum to original gum. Choice quality for this beautiful set, with lovely fresh colours. Only 1,095 sets sold. Mint. SG 208/21

  • Trinidad 1901 5s colour trial in lilac and green SG131
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    Trinidad 1901 5s colour trial in lilac and green, imperforate on unwatermarked wove, affixed to piece. Fine and rare. Proof. SG 131

  • Trinidad and Tobago 1938-44 1c to $4.80 rose-carmine set of 14, SG246/256
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    Trinidad and Tobago King George VI 1938-44 Watermark Multiple Script 1c to $4.80 rose-carmine set of 14, SG246/256.

    A fine quality lightly mounted set with fresh colours.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £110.

  • Turks and Caicos Islands 1938-45 George VI Watermark Multiple Script 1/4d to 10s bright violet set of 14, SG194/205.
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    Turks and Caicos Islands George VI 1938-45 Watermark Multiple Script 1/4d to 10s bright violet set of 14, SG194/205. A fine quality mounted mint set with fresh colours. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £130
  • Uganda 1896  4a black typeset SG58a
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    Uganda 1896 (7 Nov) 4a black typeset, left marginal showing variety small 'o' in 'POSTAGE' (R3/1), fine unused. Scarce. Mint. SG 58a

  • Victor Hugo signed document
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    Victor Hugo signed document

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    • A document signed by Victor Hugo in vibrant blue ink

    Victor Hugo is the author of some of the most celebrated works in French literature, including Les Miserables (1862) and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1831).

    Victor Hugo signed this 10.7 x 8 inch document while in exile in Jersey in 1852-1855. A staunch republican, he left France when Napoleon III seized power in 1851. The paper is connected with a society of French refugees on the island and is signed by several other names. 

    Hugo left Jersey for Guernsey in 1855, where he wrote Les Miserables. 

    Victor Hugo’s autograph is by far the largest and most prominent. He signs in deep blue ink – the “g” of his second name extending in a breathtaking loop. It’s a spectacular specimen and rare in this colour (Hugo tended to use black ink).

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  • Victoria 1886-96 £5 pale blue and maroon SG324
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    Victoria 1886-96 £5 pale blue and maroon SG324

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    Victoria 1886-96 £5 pale blue and maroon, cancelled-to-order with the special 'MELBOURNE' circular date stamp, dated 'MR 6 97'. Very fine. Used. SG 324

  • Victoria 1897 'HOSPITAL CHARITY' 2½d (2s6d) red-brown SG354
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    Victoria 1897 'HOSPITAL CHARITY' 2½d (2s6d) red-brown, very fine cancelled-to-order with MELBOURNE 'OC 22 97' first day circular date stamp. Scarce thus. Used. SG 354

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    Vivien Leigh autograph display

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    • A gorgeous signature from Vivien Leigh
    • Presented in an attractive wooden frame alongside a full length photograph depicting her as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind

    Vivien Leigh (1913-1967) was one of the biggest movie stars of her era. She’s best known for her two Oscar-winning performances as Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind (1940) and Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire (1953).

    However, Leigh’s first love was for the stage. She appeared in numerous productions on both sides of the Atlantic.

    A breathtaking ink signature from actor Vivien Leigh. On a 4.7 x 3.4 inch album page mounted in a 26.5 x 18.5 inch wooden frame. 

    Leigh was regarded as the most beautiful star of her era. The 10.7 x 13.8 inch photograph mounted above the autograph is testament to her legendary good looks. It depicts her as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind.

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  • Walt Disney early signature and original photograph
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    • A superb early signature from Walt Disney (circa early 1930s)
    • Presented in an attractive wooden frame with an original print from a 1930 photo shoot advertising the first Mickey Mouse toys
    • Also featuring a good copy of an illustration from a 1937 pamphlet (the original is also included)

    Walt Disney (1901 – 1966) was a celebrated voice actor, animator, film producer and entrepreneur who became an American cultural icon. Having founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio in 1923, Disney rose to fame with the creation of Mickey Mouse and became a household name across the world.

    As a producer he pushed the boundaries of animation, releasing classics such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Dumbo and Fantasia, along with the Oscar-winning Mary Poppins. Disney holds the record for the number of Academy Awards won by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. In 1955 Disney also established Disneyland, the most successful theme park ever built, which to date has attracted more than 650 million visitors.

    Walt Disney's films have entertained millions of viewers, influenced generations of film-makers, and Walt Disney Studios remains the most famous and successful entertainment company in the world.

    This is a rare example of Walt Disney’s autograph from the early 1930s. His signature evolved over the years. By the end of the 1930s, he’d jettisoned the flourish you can see under this example. 

    Disney's autograph has been synonymous with the company he founded since 1985, when a stylised version was incorporated into the logo. 

    Renowned Disney expert Phil Sears has authenticated this signature. His certificate accompanies the piece.

    The original 8 x 10 inch portrait at the top was taken during a photo shoot for a new line of Mickey Mouse toys in 1930. Seamstress Charlotte Clark produced these dolls in a small rented house close to Disney’s studios in Los Angeles, California. They were handed out as gifts to studio visitors. By 1932, the design had moved into mass production.

    The cartoon at the bottom is a good reproduction of an illustration from a pamphlet (titled Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and all their Pals). The original pamphlet accompanies the piece. Presented in a beautiful 26.5 x 18.5 inch wooden frame with attractive bordering.

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  • Warner Brothers menu signed by eight actors (including Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney)
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    • A 1939 printed menu from the Warner Brothers Café signed by eight stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age
    • Signatures from Humphrey Bogart, Pat O’Brien, Ann Sheridan, James Cagney, John Garfield, Paul Muni, Burgess Meredith and Frank McHugh
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    Warner Brothers was founded in Hollywood in 1923 by four brothers, who emigrated from Poland in 1889. In the early 1900s, the brothers clubbed together and bought a projector and began showing movies at carnivals. They opened their first cinema in 1906. As the years went by they got into movie distribution and, later, production. Today Warner Brothers remains one of the world’s premiere movie studios.
     
    A large printed menu from the Warner Bros Studio Café dated August 1, 1939. On the reverse are eight signatures from Humphrey Bogart, Pat O’Brien, Ann Sheridan, James Cagney, John Garfield, Paul Muni, Burgess Meredith and Frank McHugh.
     
    All the autographs are undedicated save for Cagney, who signs: “For Miss Coburn, All the best”. O’Brien signs "That goes for: Pat O'Brien"  and Sheridan writes “Best ever – Ann Sheridan”  
     
    The condition is good, with slight bending to the corners and a light tear to the lower left – well away from the signatures.
     
    A fantastic period piece that captures the excitement and glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
     
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  • Warren Buffet signed First Day Cover
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    • A first day cover of the US 1973 10c Mineral Heritage issue signed by legendary investor Warren Buffett

    Warren Buffett is one of the world’s pre-eminent investors. He’s affectionately known as the “Oracle of Omaha” for his extraordinary talent at spotting growing trends in the market. Buffett has been a stamp lover since childhood and has built one of history’s most impressive collections.

    This is a 3.5 x 6.5 inch first day cover of the US 1973 10c Mineral Heritage issue, bearing a large and visually appealing signature from Warren Buffett in blue ballpoint.

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  • William Fargo Autographed Stock Certificate
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    • An American Express Company stock certificate signed by William Fargo
    • Issued to prominent Quaker and abolitionist Slocum Howland, who is known for his part in the Underground Railroad
    William Fargo (1818-1881) was an American businessman who cofounded the famous express firm Wells, Fargo & Co. He served as the president of American Express from 1868 to his death in 1881. Today, the company is the 22nd most valuable brand in the world, estimated at $14.9bn.

    This certificate, which features expected stamps and cancellation holes, is for fifty shares of stock in the American Express Company. It was issued to Slocum Howland, a notable Quaker and abolitionist, and is dated February 3, 1881 - just a few months before Fargo's death.

    The certificate, headed American Express Company, measures 11.5" x 7.5". It is signed at the bottom by Fargo as the company president.

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  • William Golding Typed Lord of The Flies Extract
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    William Golding Typed Lord of The Flies Extract

    £1,950.00

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    • Signed extract from the classic book "The Lord of the Flies" signed by author Sir William Golding

    Sir William Golding (1911-1993) was an English poet, novelist and playwright, most famous for his novel Lord of the Flies.He was awarded the Booker Prize, the Nobel Prize for Literature and a KBE for his services to literature, with The Times ranking him as number three on the list of the 50 greatest writers since 1945.

    This extraordinary piece consists of one page of a lengthy quotation from Lord of the Flies, which was first published in 1954. The quotation is from the iconic first chapter of the novel, The Sound of the Shell.

    The souvenir quotation features usual slight folds as is expected of pieces like this. Golding's autograph is shown clearly in blue ink at the bottom of the page.

    This piece is a wonderfully rare example of the famous author's autograph.

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  • Winnie-the-Pooh autograph display
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    • A unique presentation piece featuring signatures from Winnie-the-Pooh creators AA Milne and EH Shepard
    • Also includes an astonishingly rare childhood signature from Milne’s son Christopher Robin – one of only six known childhood autographs to have come up for sale

    Winnie-the-Pooh is a classic of children’s literature. Writer AA Milne based the characters (including Pooh's friends Eeyore and Piglet) on his son Christopher Robin’s own stuffed toys, with Christopher himself at the centre of the narrative.

    Illustrator EH Shepard brought the stories to life with his exquisite line drawings. Winnie-the-Pooh remains one of the best-loved children’s characters ever created.  

    This exceptional display features signatures from all three of the principle figures involved in the creation of Winnie-the-Pooh.

    Both author AA Milne and illustrator EH Shepard’s signatures are clipped from a limited edition signed copy of The King’s Breakfast (1925), a collection of Milne’s poems. The edition was published in a run of just 100 copies.

    Christopher Robin’s signature has been cut from an exercise book. He would have been around seven when he signed here in black fountain pen - during the same era his father was writing about him. The pencil guidelines are still visible under his writing.

    Christopher Robin autographs from this period are phenomenally rare. We know of only five other specimens to have sold.

    All three signatures are housed in a 24.4 x 20.4 inch black frame, along with two printed photographs. One features Christopher Robin holding the original Pooh, while the other shows all his stuffed animals. A must have for any Winnie-the-Pooh fan.

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  • Winston Churchill signed Council of Europe photograph
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    • Vintage photograph from the first meeting of the Council of Europe, the organisation which helped rebuild Europe in the aftermath of WWII.
    • Signed by two of the most important British political leaders of the 20th century.

    Winston Churchill (1874 – 1965) was a British statesman who twice served as Prime Minister, and is widely regarded as one of the most influential political leaders of the 20th century.

    His leadership of the nation during WWII helped secure victory for the Allies against Nazi Germany, and he played a major role in creating unity throughout Europe after the war.

    Churchill also won the Nobel Prize for Literature, became the first honorary citizen of the United States, and was voted as the Greatest Briton of all time in a national poll in 2002.

    This photograph was taken during the historic first meeting of the Council of Europe, and features various politicians and statesmen including British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the future Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.

    The photograph mount bears the clear signatures of both Churchill and Macmillan in black ink, along with British diplomat and politician Henry Hopkinson's signature in blue ink below.

    The vintage gelatin silver print measures 15.5 x 16.9 cm, bears some slight chipping to the image, and is slightly loose around the corners of the mount.

    A superb signed piece capturing one of the most important moments in 20th century European history.

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  • Yuri Gagarin signed photograph
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    Yuri Gagarin signed photograph

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    In 1961 Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, performing a single orbit of Earth in the Vostok 1 capsule. He was killed in 1968, during a regular training flight.    

    This excellent 4.4 x 6 inch postcard sized photograph of Yuri Gagarin is signed in Cyrillic (Гага́рин) to the top left in purple ink. Gagarin’s autograph is rare as he died only seven years after his now legendary flight. This specimen is well centred and in very fine condition.

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  • Zanzibar 1865-73 India 2a SGZ40,42/3
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    Zanzibar 1865-73 India 2a SGZ40,42/3

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    Zanzibar 1865-73 India 2a, 8a, ½a, each with selected very fine strike of type Z4 'ZANZIBAR' squared circle (fours bars at corners), year omitted except 2a ('85'). A choice trio. Cancel. SG Z40,42/3 

  • Zanzibar 1866 India 4a green (die I) and 1873 ½a blue SGZ13,16
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    Zanzibar 1866 India 4a green (die I) and 1873 ½a blue, tied to piece by very fine complete strike of type Z2 'BRITISH P.O. ZANZIBAR/'B' in square of bars' duplex. Insignificant traces of toning mentioned for accuracy, still a lovely item. Usage of the 4a die I in Zanzibar is very scarce. Cancel. SG Z13,16

  • Zanzibar 1891 cover FRONT to 'Basil Wood Walker SGZ70
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    Zanzibar 1891 cover FRONT to 'Basil Wood Walker SGZ70

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    Zanzibar 1891 (AU 10) cover FRONT to 'Basil Wood Walker, London', franked by India 1882-90 4a 6p yellow-green, tied by very fine strike of type Z5 'ZANZIBAR' squared circle. Apart from the addressee, several clues indicate that this item emanates from Uganda; a recipient's docket 'dated up to July 30', a blue crayon '1' under the stamp, and a part violet forwarding Cover. SG Z70. 

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  • Zanzibar 1895-96 2a6p yellow-green SG8D,var
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    Zanzibar 1895-96 2a6p yellow-green, horizontal pair, both with small second 'z', the right stamp with the prominent constant variety 'thick b from a different fount', original gum. Known only from Hall's setting 'D', R6/7. Minor imperfections but fine appearance and at least as rare as the 'Zanzidar' error! Unmounted Mint. SG 8D,var 

  • Zanzibar 1895-96 6a pale brown (small second 'z' and inverted 'q' for 'b') SG13n
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    Zanzibar 1895-96 6a pale brown (small second 'z' and inverted 'q' for 'b'), overprint double, one albino, large part original gum with fresh colour. The albino impression about 1mm above the printed, and visible even from the front. Mint. SG 13n

  • Zanzibar 1896 (15 Nov) '2½' (type 6) on 1½a sepia, SG29kvar
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    Zanzibar 1896 (15 Nov) '2½' (type 6) on 1½a sepia, SG29kvar, variety Roman 'I' in '½', and additionally showing surcharge double, one albino (offset on reverse). Very fine example with original gum. An excessively rare combination of varieties.

    Accompanied by a Royal Philatelic Society certificate of Authenticity (1933) as former SG 139. Ex Vialou and SG Auction 22/5/68, lot 333. 

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  • Zanzibar 1899-1901 ½a and 1a indigo SG188a/9a
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    Zanzibar 1899-1901 ½a and 1a indigo SG188a/9a

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    Zanzibar 1899-1901 ½a and 1a indigo, watermark sideways, each in a block of 4 (the second left marginal), fresh large part original gum. Scarce. Mint. SG 188a/9a

  • Zanzibar 1904 2+D20 on 8a Grey Olive, SG209b
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    Zanzibar 1904 2½ on 8a Grey Olive, SG209b horizontal pair. The left stamp variety serif to foot of "f" (Type 22b). Fine unused example with original gum. Only 112 possible and extremely scarce in this se-tenant form. R3/1 of setting.

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  • Zanzibar 1926-30 POSTAGE DUE 50c black/orange SGD16/a
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    Zanzibar POSTAGE DUE. 1926-30 50c black/orange, block of 4 from foot of sheet, showing variety 'cent.s' on upper left stamp (R4/1), fine unused. A scarce positional piece. Dues. SG D16/a