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Mervyn Levy [(1914 – 1996), Welsh artist, art teacher and writer on art].

[Mervyn Levy, Welsh Artist ] Substantial Autograph Letter Signed Mervyn to Brom [John Bromfield Gay Rees, Welsh artist] about prospective Exhibitions and Client/Collectors..

Four pages, 8vo, fold marks, good condition. Text: I was delighted [underlined] at long last to receive a reply to my letter: on one occasion [phrase underlined], I carefull replied to a certain letter - whic I had filed - seven years [phrase underlined] after I had originally received it: So a...

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John Oxenham' (William Arthur Dunkerley, 1852-1941), British journalist, poet and novelist

Autograph Note Signed ('John Oxenham') to 'Master M. Bull'.

One page, 12mo. Very good, on lightly aged paper mounted on piece of card. Reads 'London | July 28/13 | Master M. Bull | I append autograph as requested | Yours truly | John Oxenham'.

Literature £10.00
Max O'Rell' (Paul Blouet, 1848-1903), French satirical author and journalist

Autograph Signature on card.

Dimensions of card roughly two and three-quarter inches by four inches wide. Good, with light creasing to corners. Clear signature reads 'Yours very sincerely | Max O'Rell | 18 March 1895'.

Literature £10.00
Arthur Wing Pinero

typed note signed to Mr [?] Burton,

Playwright (1855-1934), knighted in 1909. One page, 8vo. "19th May, 1900. / Dear Mr Burton, / Many thanks. / Yours very truly / Arthur W. Pinero". In bad condition, with tear through signature and paper and glue from mount stuck to reverse.

Music and Theatre £10.00
Charles Warner (Charles John Lickfold, 1846-1909), English actor

Autograph Note Signed.

One page, roughly four and a half inches by seven wide. Grubby, and with one inch closed tear at foot, caused by removal from mount, traces of which, and of another autograph adhere to reverse. Reads ' "How good it is to live, even at the worst" | "Christ in Hades" by Stephen Phillips | [signed...

Music and Theatre £10.00
Edward Hindle

Autograph Signature on fragment of Typed Letter to unnamed correspondent.

Naturalist, Fellow of the Royal Society and Scientific Director, the Zoological Society. The fragment is approximately two inches by five, good condition. It reads 'Yours sincerely, | Edw Hindle | (Edward Hindle) | Scientific Director.'

Natural History, Science, Medicine and Technology £10.00
Edward Hindle

Autograph Signature on fragment of Typed Letter to unnamed correspondent.

Naturalist, Fellow of the Royal Society and Scientific Director, the Zoological Society. The fragment is approximately two and a half inches by five: paper slightly discoloured. It is mounted on a piece of paper and reads 'With kind regards, | Yours sincerely, | Edw Hindle | (Edward Hindle...

Natural History, Science, Medicine and Technology £10.00
Edward Hutton (1875-1969), British writer on travel and Italy

Autograph Card Signed [to Rev. E. J. F. Davies].

One page, on back of printed postcard. Very good. Photograph of the Via Appia on reverse. Reads 'Dear Sir | In reply to your request I have pleasure in sending you this'.

Literature, Travel and Topography £10.00
Evelyn Woolf, secretary to Marguerite d'Alvarez (c.1883-1953), English contralto singer

Autograph Note Signed from Woolf to Rev. E. J. F. Davies.

One page, octavo. Good on aged and lightly creased paper. 'As you see by the enclosed it was returned to Mme D'Alvarez. | She is so sorry, but hopes it will now reach you. | Yours Truly | [signed] Evelyn Woolf | Secretary'.

Music and Theatre £10.00
George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876-1962), English Liberal historian

Autograph Note Signed ('G M Trevelyan') to unnamed male correspondent [Rev. E. J. F. Davies].

One page, small octavo. Good, on lightly aged and creased paper, with a little rust spotting from paperclips. From the collection of the autograph hunter Rev. E. J. F. Davies. 'I have great pleasure in doing as you ask.'

History £10.00