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  • Rolling Stones 1964 Photos
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    Rolling Stones unseen photos from 1964

    £995.00

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    • Eight previously unknown and unpublished photographs of the Rolling Stones, from 1964.

    The Rolling Stones are the world’s biggest band and have defined the image of the “rock star”. They have enjoyed eight UK #1s and continue to sell out tours around the world.  

    Seven of the 4.8 x 3.5 inch photos were taken backstage at the Brighton Hippodrome on Sunday July 19, 1964 – just seven days after the Stones had their first #1 single with It’s All Over Now.

    The Stones were there to headline a bill that included Kenny Lynch and Marty Wilde. Lynch appears in one of the photographs.

    The solo photo of Mick Jagger was taken at the Stones' concert at the Brighton Hippodrome on Sunday 11 October, 1964.

    The photographer of the eight shots was a teenage journalist for amateur magazine Teen Topics. The collection comes directly from her. She has also supplied a detailed letter of authenticity.

    Unpublished photos of the Stones from their early years are rare. These photos capture the energy, excitement and danger of the Stones in 1964. History in action. Good condition.

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  • Great Britain 1851 2d Violet Blue, Mint SG15aa
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    Great Britain 1851 2d Violet Blue, Mint SG15aa

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    Great Britain 1851 2d ‘Violet Blue’ SG15aa. A superb "breath-taking" example with good to large margins all round. Exceptional Quality for this Great Rarity, (less than twenty mint examples known). Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA).
  • Nyasaland 1913-19 £10 Purple and Royal Blue, Mint SG99e
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    Nyasaland 1913-19 £10 Purple and Royal Blue, SG99e. A very fine mint example of this scarce and attractive high value stamp. SG catalogue price is £4,000.
  • Great Britain 1883  2s.6d Lilac, Mint SG175
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    Great Britain 1883 2s.6d Lilac, Mint SG175

    £4,750.00

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    Great Britain 1883 2/6 Lilac on Blued Paper, SG175. A superb well centred mint example. A Very Rare Stamp, particularly in this quality. SG catalogue price is £6,750.
  • Great Britain 1884 5s. Rose, Mint SG176
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    Great Britain 1884 5s. Rose, Mint SG176

    £15,000.00

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    Great Britain 1884 5 shilling Rose on Blued Paper, SG176. A superb mint example. A Very Rare Stamp. SG catalogue price is £18,000. Accompanied by certificates of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA) and David Brandon.

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  • Great Britain 1965 3d. Olive-yellow (Tower) omitted, Unmounted Mint SG679a
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    Great Britain 1965 3d. Post Office Tower ‘Tower Omitted’, SG679a. A superb unmounted mint block of four. A visually stunning error and a great rarity In a Block Of Four, being the only block of four I have seen.

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  • Great Britain £1 brown lilac watermark ORBS. SG186
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    SG186 £1 brown lilac watermark ORBS. Lovely circular date stamp example with great colour. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price is £4,500.
  • Great Britain 1841 Penny Red (CJ) Plate 1b with superb Red Maltese Cross. SGAS6sb
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    1841 Penny Red (CJ) Plate 1b with superb Red Maltese Cross. Accompanied by Philatelic Trading Society certificate of authenticity. Exceptional provenance coming from the H.C.V. Adams Grand Prix Collection. The only recorded example, an absolute treasure.
  • Great Britain catalogue-standard Penny Black housed in an attractive frame SG2
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    Great Britain catalogue-standard Penny Black housed in an attractive frame, complete with certificate of authenticity to be signed and dated by a Stanley Gibbons director and a short history of the Penny Black - the world's first postage stamp.
    The stamp is mounted in the middle of the frame and brought to life by the embossed silver border around it. This striking item is a worthy gift for philatelists and non-collectors alike.
    Please note: Each Framed Penny Black is different. Please check the image of the Penny Black to be sold with each frame to ensure that you get the stamp that you want. This Penny Black is lettered ND. Used. SG 2
  • Great Britain 1840 1d black catalogue-standard Penny Black housed in an attractive frame SG2
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    Great Britain catalogue-standard Penny Black housed in an attractive frame, complete with certificate of authenticity to be signed and dated by a Stanley Gibbons director and a short history of the Penny Black - the world's first postage stamp.

    The stamp is mounted in the middle of the frame and brought to life by the embossed silver border around it. This striking item is a worthy gift for philatelists and non-collectors alike.

    Please note: Each Framed Penny Black is different. Please check the image of the Penny Black to be sold with each frame to ensure that you get the stamp that you want. This Penny Black is lettered AC. Used. SG 2. 

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  • Sudan 1935  group of three registered covers from Khartoum to England SG59/66
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    Sudan 1935 (26 JA) group of three registered covers from Khartoum to England, together bearing Gordon short set of 8 to 20p, tied by fine to very fine strikes of registered oval date stamps. Each with registration label on face (consecutive numbers), and with Khartoum, Shellal-Halfa T.P.O. and Richmond, Surrey backstamps. Scarce and most attractive. Cover. SG 59/66

  • Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown SG19a
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    Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown SG19a

    £90.00

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    Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown, good to very large margins, brilliant original gum. Attractive. Unmounted Mint. SG 19a

  • Mauritius 1938-49 3c reddish-purple and scarlet SG253/a
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    Mauritius 1938-49 3c reddish-purple and scarlet SG253/a

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    Mauritius 1938-49 3c reddish-purple and scarlet, block of 8 (2x4) (R1/1-4/2), showing variety sliced 'S' at right (R2/2 and 3/2) on centre right vertical pair, very fine original gum. (varieties unmounted). Unmounted Mint. SG 253/a 

  • Malta 1948-53 'SELF-GOVERNMENT' 1½d black SG237/a
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    Malta 1948-53 'SELF-GOVERNMENT' 1½d black SG237/a

    £160.00

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    Malta 1948-53 'SELF-GOVERNMENT' 1½d black, lower right corner marginal block of 8 (4x2), variety 'broken cross' on top left stamp (R5/7 right pane), unmounted original gum. A fine positional piece. Unmounted Mint. SG 237/a

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

    £90.00

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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.

  • Bermuda 1924-32 2s6d black and red/blue SG89g
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    Bermuda 1924-32 2s6d black and red/blue SG89g

    £195.00 £165.00

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    Bermuda 1924-32 2s6d black and red/blue, Script watermark, horizontal pair from lower left corner of sheet with plate number (R5/1-2), very fine original gum. A scarce and most attractive positional piece. Unmounted Mint. SG 89g

  • Hong Kong 1903 watermark CA $3 slate and dull blue SG74
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    Hong Kong 1903 watermark CA $3 slate and dull blue SG74

    £395.00 £295.00

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    Hong Kong 1903 watermark CA $3 slate and dull blue, fresh and fine original gum. One slightly shortish perforation, still a fine example. (SG catalogue price: £450) Unmounted Mint. SG 74

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

    £295.00

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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

  • Ceylon 1862 5d lake-brown SG40
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    Ceylon 1862 5d lake-brown SG40

    £1,800.00

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    Ceylon 1862 5d lake-brown, no watermark, perforations 13, SG40.

    fresh and well-centred mint example with large part original gum. A rarity in such fine condition, with lovely colour.

    Accompanied with British Philatelic Association certificate of authenticity (1996).

    The SG catalogue price is £1,800. 

  • Australia 1932 'Sydney Harbour Bridge' 5s SG143
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    Australia 1932 'Sydney Harbour Bridge' 5s SG143

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    Australia 1932 'Sydney Harbour Bridge' 5s, fine cancelled-to-order. Used. SG 143

  • JK Rowling personally written and illustrated horoscope
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    JK Rowling personally written and illustrated horoscope

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    • A rare, unpublished and illustrated work by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling
    • Find out more about this piece here 

    J.K Rowling (1965 -) is an English author, screenwriter, producer and philanthropist. She's the creator of the Harry Potter series of children's novels, which to date has sold a record 400 million copies worldwide.

    The seven best-selling books also spawned a series of blockbuster Hollywood movies, video games, several theme park attractions, and an empire of merchandise worth an estimated $25 billion.  

    Aside from her literary career, Rowling has also been praised for her philanthropic work, and has raised tens of millions for good causes including Comic Relief and her own children's charity Lumos.

    The document

    J.K Rowling's fascination with astrology can be seen throughout the Harry Potter series of books, in characters such as Professor of Divination Sybill Trelawney and Firenze the star-gazing centaur.

    Whilst writing her first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Rowling also produced highly detailed personal horoscopes for some of her friends.

    This horoscope was written for Roger Julian Tosswill, who Rowling first met along with his partner Kate Buchanan during ante natal classes.

    Rowling also wrote a similarly detailed horoscope for their newborn son Jack Buchanan, which we are able to offer for sale here.

    Tosswill is a Libra, born October 13, 1966 at 11.05pm, and the horoscope covers his personality traits, relationships, potential careers and compatibility with his partner.

    The close relationship Rowling shared with the family is evident throughout the horoscope.

    When comparing the couple, she writes: "I should say at the outset that these two horoscopes (Roger and Kate) could have come straight out of an astrological text-book, captioned 'compatible partners'."

    And in reference to young Jack Buchanan, she writes: "The words 'isn't he like his father?' are likely to be repeated with tiresome regularity throughout Jack's childhood."

    Throughout the 12 page document Rowling displays a strong knowledge of astrology, referencing texts such as the influential 15th century French work 'The Kalendar and Compost of Shepherds'.

    The strength and humour of her writing also clearly shines through, particularly during a passage in which she images the couple escaping from international terrorists, using hand grenades made from Coke cans and Semtex "weaselled out of a guard who was no match for his Machiavellian Mars".

    The 12-page folio document features Rowling's cover illustration in pen, ink and coloured pencil, mounted on a sheet of blue card.

    The horoscope is a double-sided typescript on yellow card, and the astrological chart is printed on white paper with annotations in Rowling's hand, laminated with a sheet of plastic.

    The entire document is hole-punched, and bound together with gold and silver ribbons.

    Two of the pages feature small tears around the hole punches, and the cover displays signs of wear around the edges.

    A unique document, written and illustrated by the world's most successful living author.

    NB: Please note copyright remains with J.K. Rowling and no permission is granted for reproduction

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  • Ronnie Wood Autographed Original Sketch
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    Ronnie Wood Cartoon Sketch

    £1,500.00

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    • An original cartoon sketch by Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood
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    Ronnie Wood is a musician and artist, who has played with everyone from The Rolling Stones and the Faces to The Jeff Beck Group, Rod Stewart, Bo Diddley, Prince, Aretha Franklin and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

    Wood began his career as a guitarist with The Birds, before joining The Jeff Beck Group as a bassist in 1967 and releasing two successful albums.

    In 1969 he left the band to form the Faces along with Rod Stewart, and co-wrote classic songs such as 'Stay With Me' and 'Ooh La La', along with releasing four hit albums and a solo album.

    In 1974 Wood unofficially joined The Rolling Stones, replacing the departing Mick Taylor, and has remained a permanent member of the band ever since. 

    In addition to his career as a musician, Wood is an accomplished and respected artist.

    His paintings have been known to sell for more than $1 million, and his work has been exhibited around the world.

    This undated sketch features a cartoon drawing of a woman wearing 'sizzling' pants, along with two onlooking male figures and a speech bubble which reads "My she has some stupid hot pants on".

    The sketch is drawn in blue and black ballpoint pen on a sheet of line notepaper measuring 8.3 x 12.2 inches. 

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  • Pablo Picasso Signed Magazine
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    Pablo Picasso Signed & Inscribed Magazine Photograph

    £2,500.00

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    • A photograph signed by one of history's greatest artistic geniuses

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    Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) is regarded as one of the most important and influential artists of the 20th century.

    His long and prolific career saw him work across several mediums including painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture and ceramics.

    Today Picasso's paintings regularly sell for tens of millions of dollars, and his most important works are on display in the world's greatest art museums.

    Amongst his most famous works are the landmark 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon' (1907), which heralded the birth of Cubism; the mural-sized Guernica (1937), a powerful work created in response to the aerial bombing of a town during the Spanish Civil War; and Women of Algiers, which sold in 2015 for $179.3 million, setting a world record for a painting at auction.

    This colour magazine photograph is signed and inscribed by Picasso "Para Rosita (for Rosita), Picasso el 9.2.60" in blue ballpoint pen.

    The page measures 10 x 13.5cm (approx 3.9" x 5.3"), and is mounted on an off-white sheet of paper. Some light wrinkling and creasing.

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    J.K Rowling illustrated personal horoscope

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    • An incredibly rare unpublished work by J.K.Rowling
    • A personal Horoscope with a hand drawn natal chart for Jack David Buchanan, born 19 February 1994, 5.01 p.m.

    J.K Rowling (born 1965) is an English author, screenwriter, producer and philanthropist. She's the creator of the Harry Potter series of children's novels, which to date has sold a record 400 million copies worldwide.

    The seven best-selling books also spawned a series of blockbuster Hollywood movies, video games, several theme park attractions, and an empire of merchandise worth an estimated $25 billion.  

    Aside from her literary career, Rowling has also been praised for her philanthropic work, and has raised tens of millions for good causes including Comic Relief and her own children's charity Lumos.

    Unpublished illustrations and writings by J.K. Rowling are incredibly rare and offer a wonderful insight into the creative mind behind Harry Potter.

    This incredible piece of Rowling memorabilia provides a fascinating example of her prose.

    On white paper, with double-sided typescript on yellow card providing a detailed interpretative reading, including of the sun sign, ascendant, ruling planets, significant conjunctions and oppositions, and their effect on character, personal strengths, possible careers, emotional and erotic characteristics, and compatibility with other signs, and a cover illustration depicting the chart's key astrological symbols in pen, ink, and coloured pencil laid down on bright blue coloured card.

    Comprising 12 loose pages in a plastic folder. In excellent, mint condition.

    "Born the cusp of Aquarius and Pisces. He will enjoy school, perhaps be accident-prone, (like all Pisces) could be prone to alcoholism, and (perhaps like us all) may well fall in love with someone totally incompatible.

    The chart apparently suggests that the boy will have great literary talent ("...the planet of fantasy and imagination meets a sign frequently associated with bookishness...")

    Rowling wonders whether his "ability to weave a good yarn" could perhaps bring fame and fortune, before deciding that becoming a film director would better suit his talents.

    Apparently wishing for some small slice of fame for herself, J.K. Rowling wonders if the boy would perhaps at least mention her in his Oscar acceptance speech ("...This peculiar woman my mother knows predicted I would be standing before you today ... of course, my parents laughed at the time...") ...Human destiny may be deciphered by the planetary rays... (Professor Trelawny)

    It is possible to detect in this short piece some of the characteristics that were shortly to bring Rowling's prose such extraordinary success: a great and varied sense of humour, flights of fancy underpinned by an internal logic, and - of course - a mingling of the everyday world with the strange and magical.

    The horoscopes show Rowling to have a detailed technical knowledge of Western astrology.

    She is at ease explaining the significance of having one's Moon in the First House but peppers her interpretations with quotations and wryly amusing comparisons.

    In general the astrologers that she cites tend to be popular rather than academic.

    Rowling's knowledge of astrology has undoubtedly played into the Harry Potter books.

    Harry himself is a Leo (sharing his birthday with J.K. Rowling herself), whilst the meticulous worrier Hermione is naturally a Virgo.

    An important influence on Harry in the first book is Firenze the centaur, a star-gazer who helps and teaches him before his first encounter with Voldemort.

    Sybill Trelawney, Professor of Divination, makes an appearance in later books; she is considered by many a fraud (and is a fine satire of New Age fortune tellers) but her predictions frequently come true in unexpected ways.

    On a deeper level, an issue that goes to the heart of astrology is the apparent conflict between free will and fate, and this is one of the central themes of the Harry Potter series.

    NB: Please note copyright remains with J.K. Rowling and no permission is granted for reproduction. 

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  • Prince Charles and Princess Diana signed HMS Britannia photo
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    Prince Charles and Princess Diana signed HMS Britannia photo

    £2,500.00

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    • A rare Prince Charles and Princess Diana signed photo picturing them aboard the royal yacht Britannia in 1983
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    The marriage of the Prince & Princess of Wales, Prince Charles (1948-) and Princess Diana (1961-1997) remains one of the most talked about relationships in history. As such, both signatures, particularly Diana's, are highly sought after today.

    Signed by both the Prince and Princess of Wales - Charles and Diana. The beautifully framed photograph shows the royal couple sitting on the deck of HM Yacht Britannia during their royal tour to Canada in 1983, in a group portrait with staff and crew.

    Both signatures are exquisite, with Princess Diana's autograph particularly sharp and attractive.

    The photo measures approx 11 x 8.5 inches. It was presented to a member of staff as a commemorative gift. It is accompanied by an information booklet from the HM Yacht Britannia ‘for members, officials and staff of the Royal Household’.

    Also included is a letter of provenance from the original owner explaining how the item was gifted to her as she left the royal service.

    Charles and Diana signed photos are rare and in high demand.

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    Pete Doherty Autographed Original Blood Painting

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    Pete Doherty Autographed Original Blood Painting

    For Sale: £15,000.00

    • Original self-portrait blood painting from musician Pete Doherty
    • Autographed by the singer in his own blood
    • Excellent provenance - Doherty sent this to a fan following a show

    Pete Doherty (1979-) is a notorious celebrity, famed for his high-profile relationship with Kate Moss and his addiction to crack cocaine and heroin. While a noted creative talent, regular court appearances and jail sentences have come to overshadow his musical and artistic pursuits.

    Doherty was one of the founders of the acclaimed The Libertines, and also founded Babyshambles.

    He published his journals, photography and poetry in 2007's The Books of Albion: The Collected Writings of Peter Doherty.

    Description

    Since 2007, Doherty's paintings have been made available to the public. Like his personal life, these paintings have caused controversy due to his use of human blood, mostly Doherty's own.

    This canvas is a new discovery, never before offered on the private market.

    This self-portrait shows Doherty smoking, wearing his trademark hat. The artist clearly understands his own iconography and deftly records his most identifiable image.

    A flurry of smudged pencil, pen and blood create a broken, textured effect. The mixed media piece features a number of novel techniques; splattered blood and dripping blood.

    A concentration of blood curves outwards from the eye, downwards in dripping, criss-crossing lines.

    Above the head, drawn across the hat, Doherty has included a syringe in blue pen. The highest level of detail is afforded to this depiction, inferring the item's importance. The level of detail also suggests that the item was drawn from observation, rather than memory. A blue rectangle, with the number 20, depicts a £20 bank note.

    The choice of a different media for the drawing of the syringe may suggest a separate phase of work on the painting. It may also depict two states of mind or two sets of concern of the artist; one which is the artist himself, and one which is his addiction.

    Provenance

    A fan approached the singer at a gig in Wigan, 2010, and cheekily asked how he could make some money. Doherty said he would create a blood painting and send him £20; the money never arrived but the painting was sent a week later (with a drawn £20 note). The canvas measures 32" x 32".

    The text "For Alistair, love Peter" features prominently over half the canvas. This personal note becomes part of the artwork as it is inscribed in blood.

    A London gallery recently held a sell-out show of Doherty's work, demonstrating how sought after these paintings are.

    Prices for the artworks varied from £2,500 for a signed print, to £50,000 for blood spattered canvasses. A painting created using both Doherty's and Amy Winehouse's blood recently sold for $56,000.

    Included in the sale price is a colour photograph of Pete Doherty measuring 11¾" x 8¼" signed by the man himself.

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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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    David Scott Autographed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

    £495.00

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    • A copy of the 1963 Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed by Apollo astronaut Dave Scott 

    David Randolf Scott (1932-) was commander of the Apollo 15 mission, seventh person to walk on the Moon and first person to drive on the Moon. He also holds the title of the last American to fly solo in earth orbit.

    This 11" x 7½" printed page features Scott's sweeping diagonal signature on the bottom left corner. The sheet is printed with the details of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, 1963, which was an important step in global diplomatic efforts to end the armaments race between nations.

    The treaty prohibited nuclear detonation tests in the atmosphere and underwater in an attempt to preserve the environment, though did allow for testing in underground facilities so long as debris stayed within the boundaries of the nation that was conducting the tests.

    The document is in very good condition, with only one tear to a corner, which does not interfere with the autograph or text.

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  • Charles Schulz Signed Copy of Charlie Brown
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    • A Charles Schulz signed copy of Charlie Brown & Charles Schulz 

    American cartoonist Charles Schulz (1922-2000) is best known for his comic strip Peanuts which featured the now iconic characters Charlie Brown and Snoopy.

    Peanuts was published in over 2,600 newspapers, in 75 countries and 21 languages and reprints of the strip regularly appear in newspapers today.

    A copy of Charlie Brown & Charles Schulz that Schulz has signed and inscribed in felt tip pen on the first page:

    He writes: "For Stephen, with best wishes, Charles M. Schulz"

    There are a few tears and stains to the dust-jacket but otherwise the book is in fine condition. 

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    1966 England World Cup Final Autographs

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

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

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

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

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

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

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    1966 England World Cup Squad Autographed Menu

    £3,750.00

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  • Marilyn Monroe Autographed Cheque
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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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  • President John F. and Jackie Kennedy autographed photograph
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    President John F. and Jackie Kennedy autographed photograph

    £17,500.00

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    • Fantastic signed photograph from John and Jackie Kennedy in June 1962
    • Wonderful image depicting the President with his children, Caroline and John Jr
    • Given to the Kennedy family's nanny Maud Shaw for Christmas 1962

    John F. Kennedy was the President of the United States of America from 1961 until 1963 when he was tragically assassinated in Dallas, Texas. A charismatic leader, he is one of the most beloved presidents in US history, and his memorabilia is among the best selling of any former president.

    This 7½" x 9½" gelatin silver photo print shows President John F Kennedy with his children, Caroline and John Kennedy Jr, standing with Caroline's pony, Macaroni, on the terrace of The White House.

    Macaroni was a gift from Vice-President Lyndon Johnson, Kennedy's running mate for the 1960 election and President of the USA following Kennedy's death.

    This photograph was taken on 22nd June 1962. It is mounted and framed with a presentation inscription from Jackie Kennedy which is dated December 25, 1962. It reads:

    "For dear Miss Shaw - with love from us all - and the deepest appreciation as always".

    The autographs of Jackie Kennedy and John F. Kennedy have been signed in black ink. Caroline has added her autograph and some kisses. There is also an infant's scribble in ballpoint pen. Someone (probably Jackie) has noted that this scribble is from John Jr.

    This is a rare opportunity to own a photograph signed by all four Kennedy family members.

    In excellent condition, this photograph has impeccable provenance, originating from the collection of Maud Shaw, the Kennedy family nanny following Caroline's birth in 1957.

    An exceptional piece.

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  • Tiger Woods Autograph on Golf Sun Visor
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    Tiger Woods Autograph on Golf Sun Visor

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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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  • John Lennon Autograph
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    John Lennon Autograph on Customs Declaration

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    •  A 1980 customs declaration signed by John Lennon in bold blue pen
    • A remarkable record of his last trip outside of the United States, daring to four months before his assassination
    • Includes Lennon's personal details and New York address
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    John Lennon (1940-1980) was a leading member of The Beatles, the most successful pop group in history. Forming an incredible songwriting partnership with Paul McCartney, he penned some of the band's most famous hits, before going on to hold the most successful solo career following their split. 

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

      Description

      This signed United States Customs Declaration, measuring 4" x 8½", was completed by Lennon less than four months before he died. Returning from a two month vacation in Bermuda in 28 July 1980, this was Lennon's last journey outside of the United States.

      The singer's personal details are listed: full name, date of birth, countries of residence, address, flight details, date of citizenship, and note that he is travelling with his son, Sean. His signature, written in capital letters, is also prominent.

      A list of purchases from Bermuda is also handwritten on the official slip. T-shirts, pants, shirts and a hand bag are among the items bought while travelling. The most expensive item, a commissioned painting of the singer and his son, is valued at $6,000.

      The page is in fine condition, with some handling wear and ink cancellation strokes lightly touching Lennon's information. Some minor surface impressions from Lennon's declaration on the reverse. Identical forms filled in by Lennon's assistants who accompanied him on the trip, Fred Seaman and Uda Uneko, are included.

      These documents are accompanied by: two reprinted photos of Lennon in Bermuda; and one reprinted photo of the painting of John and Sean Lennon on the beach, hung over a piano.

      Background

      At 8pm on June 4, the former Beatle boarded a 43ft sloop called Megan Jaye at Newport, Rhode Island, and set sail for the idyllic Bermuda. He was joined later by his four year old "Beautiful Boy" Sean.

      While in Bermuda with son Sean, Lennon visited the botanical gardens and saw the freesia hybrid flower Double Fantasy, the name of which he would borrow for his next release. It was while in Bermuda that he wrote Woman and Cleanup Time, both of which were included on the Double Fantasy album.

      The declaration reveals more about this fascinating period in Lennon's life, which has since been recorded Scott Neil's book Lennon Bermuda and is seen as a very happy time for the singer.

      Through the details on the form we can reveal that Lennon's voyage was hastily planned, with the declaration recording his purchase of shorts and t-shirts while in Bermuda.

      Lennon also bought a handbag, presumably a gift for his wife Yoko Ono, who he is said to have missed immenseley while away. Woman, a song written in response from a telephone call he received in Bermuda, contains the line "So let me tell you again and again and again, I love you now and forever" - a sign of their happiness at this point.

      The declaration also reveals Lennon's love for his son Sean, with a $6,000 painting commissioned to immortalise their time together. A photograph of the painting accompanies the form.

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    • Charles Lindbergh signed photograph
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      • A signed photograph of Charles Lindbergh, taken on his triumphant return voyage from Paris to New York in 1927

      Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974), nicknamed Slim, Lucky Lindy and The Lone Eagle, was a pioneering aviator who began his illustrious career in the skies as an US Air Mail pilot. 

      At the age of just 25, he emerged from obscurity to capture the $25,000 Orteig Prize for his solo non-stop flight from New York to Paris on May 20-21, 1927. 

      The event rocketed him to international fame, and there was "tremendous public hysteria" in America. He was awarded the nation's highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his legendary flight.

      His fame meant that he was able to champion the development of commercial aviation and Air Mail services in the United States, making him one of the leading figures responsible for the progression of aviation technology at the time.

      Following his son, Charles Jr, being kidnapped and murdered in the "Crime of the Century" in 1932 - a result of Lindbergh's fame - his family moved overseas. They returned as America joined the second world war, with Lindbergh flying numerous combat missions in the Pacific Theatre. 

      Following the second world war, Lindbergh styled himself as an explorer, inventor and prize-winning author, as well as an environmentalist - a truly remarkable man.

      An absolutely superb signed photograph (By Underwood & Underwood of Washington DC) measuring 18cmx23cm, mounted to a total size of 28cmx38cm.

      The sepia styled photo shows Lindbergh posing in front of the fuselage of the Spirit of St Louis. Lindbergh has signed underneath:

      "To Mr Fred Buckholy, Charles A. Lindbergh" adding the date "June 12, 1927".

      The photograph was therefore signed the day after Lindbergh's triumphant return home to the US aboard the USS Memphis when a fleet of warships, pursuit planes, bombers and the airship USS Los Angeles followed him up the Potomac River to the Washington Navy Yard where President Calvin Coolidge awarded him the Distinguished Flying Cross.

      It's therefore possible/probable that the photo was taken aboard the USS Memphis on June 11th and printed on the same day by Underwood and Underwood. 

      The day after signing this photo a ticker-tape parade was held for Lindbergh down 5th Avenue in NYC.

      Within a year of Lindbergh's Spirit of St Louis flight from NYC to Paris a quarter of all Americans had personally seen Lindbergh and the the Spirit of St Louis, pilot applications had tripled and the number of licensed aircraft had quadrupled.

      By 1929 US air passenger numbers had increased from 5,782 to 173,405 a year.

      Without doubt the best Lindbergh signed photo we have ever handled. 

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