[ Percy V. Bradshaw, Director, Press Art School. ] Seven Typed Letters Signed to Sgt R. Charles, giving detailed instruction and advice, together with twelve printed pamphlets of lessons of 'Art Training by Nature's Methods'.

Percy V. Bradshaw [ Percy Venner Bradshaw ] (1878-1965), English artist and art teacher, Director of tthe Press Art School
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The seven letters on letterheads of the Press Art School, Tudor Hall, Forest Hill, London. Between 17 June 1946 and 16 April 1947.

The 19 items in fair condition, slightly dogeared and lightly aged and worn, with the last couple of leaves of the last lesson (see below) torn and worn. The seven letters (all signed 'Percy V Bradshaw') total 30pp., 8vo.

[Percy Venner Bradshaw, Director, The Press Art School, Forest Hill, London.] Typewritten circular, signed ('Percy V. Bradshaw') and addressed to G. Filby.

Percy V. Bradshaw [Percy Venner Bradshaw (c.1877-1965)], Director, The Press Art School, Forest Hill, London
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On letterhead of The Press Art School, 37 Dacres Road, Forest Hill, London, S.E. 5 November 1931.

1p., 8vo. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Letterhead illustrated in old-fashioned style, with a bare-chested woman clutching a pen, floating at the head of a twirl of loose papers and fabrics. The circular, which encloses a prospectus, draws the recipient's notice to the nature of the two courses offered within it.

Typed Letter, signed by 'C B', 'per W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, to C. F. Bradshaw, headmaster of the Council School at Cresswell, Worksop, Derbyshire.

Foyles Bookshop [W. & G. Foyle Ltd of 119-125 Charing Cross Road, London booksellers]
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18 March 1939; on 'W & G FOYLE LTD' letterhead.

4to, 1 p. Good, on lightly aged and creased paper with minor rust stain from paperclip at head. Letterhead, in light and dark blue, featuring globe and the mottos 'BOOKSELLERS TO THE WORLD' and 'STOCK OF NEARLY THREE MILLION VOLUMES'. Thirteen lines of text. Bradshaw is clearly unhappy at the price asked for a copy of Cox's 'Memorials of Old Derbyshire'. 'The writer would point out that we received six reports regarding this book from various clients, but in no case at a price allowing us to quote below 15/-.

Fragment of Autograph Letter Signed to her 'Cousin'.

Barbara Hofland
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Without date or place.

Author (1770-1844) and friend of Miss Mitford. Paper dimensions roughly three and a half inches by one inch. Slightly discoloured, creased, and with one small closed tear. Read 'Believe me dear friend, | your truly affectionate Cousin | B Hofland'.

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