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Robert Easton (1898-1987), British bass

Autograph Signature of the British bass Robert Easton, who took part in the first BBC television broadcast.

On piece of light-blue paper, removed from an autograph album. Firm signature. In good condition. Reads 'Robert Easton.'

£10.00
Charles Wyndham

one autograph card signed to Mrs [?] Horsley,

English actor-manager (1837-1919), knighted in 1902. 2 pp, 12mo. "Dear Mrs Horsley / The state of the weather to-day precludes me from even trying to see you & to-night / I shall be happy to come tomorrow with Miss Moore [his wife the actress Mary Moore,1869-1931]".

Music and Theatre £12.00
David James

autograph note signed to Trench Kirkpatrick,

English actor (1839-93). One page, 8vo, mounted on piece of paper with cutting from envelope addressed in autograph to "Trench Kirkpatrick Esq / Donacomper / Celbridge Court Kildare / Ireland". "Aint it ot it is awful ot." / Our Boys" / Faithfully yours / David James / Vaudeville Theatre /...

Music and Theatre £12.00
Georgina Milne

autograph letter signed to [Thomas] Bass,

Actress. 2 pp, 12mo. She thanks him for his letters and the handkerchiefs. "I am very glad you enjoyed "Kismet", it is indeed a fine play." She encloses a postcard [not present] and will let him have one of the photographs she is having taken.

Music and Theatre £12.00
Henry Neville [Thomas Henry Gartside Neville]

Autograph note signed to Mrs [?] Lewis,

English actor-manager (1837-1910). One page, on monogrammed paper. "Dear Mrs. Lewis. / I shall be delighted to accept your kind invitation for the 4th July. / Sincerely yours / Henry Neville". Heavily creased and with slight tear to one edge, and with traces of paper and glue on reverse of blank...

Music and Theatre £12.00
Herbert Trench

typed letter signed to M[ary]. Tennyson, with stamped addressed envelope addressed in autograph,

One page, 4to. He thanks her for her "criticisms as to the hands and the lighting [...] Your appreciation was of the kind that I specially value. / On re-reading your One Act play, I think it needs alteration. The first ten or twelver [sic] pages are very good, but I am not at all sure that the...

Music and Theatre £12.00
Johnston Forbes-Robertson

Autograph note signed to unnamed correspondent,

English actor-manager (1853-1937), knighted in 1913. One page 12mo. What is clearly a reply to a request for an autograph, "Yours very truly, / Johnston Forbes-Robertson. / Feb: 1928." Mounted, with slight ruckling, on a piece of pink paper, docketed "Sir J Forbes Robertson / great actor /...

Music and Theatre £12.00
Julia Emilie Neilson

Autograph fragment signed to unnamed correspondent,

English actress (1868-1957), the wife of Fred Terry. 2 pp, 12mo. Written in a bold hand. "[...] if they will come & see me as they used to when I lived in Devonshire Street - With again many thanks / Sincerely yours / Julia Neilson-Terry / My husband is also rehearsing.

Women £12.00
Julia Emilie Neilson

Autograph fragment signed,

English actress (1868-1957), the wife of Fred Terry (1864-1932). 2 pp, 12mo. On the recto: "Dear Sir / Herewith I am sending portrait of myself [not present] All my pictures". Lengthwise on the reverse, in a bold hand, "Truly yours / Julia Neilson=Terry".

Music and Theatre, Women £12.00
Kate Josephine Bateman [Mrs George Crowe]

Autograph letter signed to Mrs [?] Barry,

2 pp, 12mo. "My dear Mrs. Barry / I wonder if you will give us the pleasure of coming to the children's little party on Tues. Eng. 7 to 10.30. Do - if it won't be too much of a bore! / Love to all - / Yrs. afftly. / Kate Crowe".

Music and Theatre, Women £12.00