[ The Fly Fishers Club, London. ] Three documents relating to a change in trustees, addressed to the Club's bankers Messrs Coutts & Co. With signatures of William Senior, editor of the Field, Robert Bright Marston and others.

The Fly Fishers Club, London, founded 1884 [ William Senior (1837-1920), editor of the Field; Robert Bright Marston (1853-1927); Maj.-Gen. Sir Desmond Dykes Tynte O'Callaghan ]
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Two typed documents from the Fly Fishers Club, 36 Piccadilly, London. Both 14 November 1912. Manuscript document on letterhead of the Fishing Gazette, London. 15 November 1912.
SKU: 17064

The first two items in good condition, on lightly-aged paper. The third in fair condition, aged and worn. ONE: Typed Letter Signed (over a penny tax stamp) by 'W Senior' and 'R B Marston', announcing their resignation as trustees, to be replaced by Walter Durfee Coggeshall, William Milner Ratcliff, and John Assheton Rennie'. 1p., 4to. Manuscript postscript. With a 'certified copy of the resolution of the General Meeting of Members by which the above appointments were made'. 1p., 4to. Signed by Major-General Desmond O'Callaghan and the secretary. TWO: Typed Letter Signed by Coggeshall, Rennie, Ratcliff and Marston, as 'new trustees'. 1p., 4to. Regarding their right to sign cheques. With piece of a paper carrying Marston's signature, but with those of the other three men cut away. 1p., 4to. THREE: Autograph Letter Signed to Coutts from 'R. B. Marston | Hon. Treasurer | Fly Fishers Club'. A covering letter describing the other items. Senior, Marston, O'Callaghan (1843-1931), and Rennie (1877-1949) were all notable figures in the angling world. The club is still active.