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Henry Wickham Steed (1871-1956), English journalist and historian, nicknamed 'Stickum'

Typed Letter Signed ('Wickham Steed') to Rev. E. J. F. Davies.

One page, 12mo. Very good. 'Absence abroad has prevented me hitherto from complying with your request. I have pleasure in enclosing herewith a specimen of my signature.'

History £10.00
Ian Rogerson [Albert Rutherston (1881-1953), artist and illustrator; Sir William Rothenstein]

Albert Rutherston: A Catalogue of the Illustrated Books, Periodicals, Pamphlets, Christmas Cards, Pantomimes, Diaries and Almanacks, Pattern Papers, Ornaments and Autographed Letters in the Collections of Manchester Polytechnic Library.

Quarto: ix + 21 pages. Stapled. In original cream wraps, with colour cover illustration by Helen Taylor. Full-page reproduction of drawing of Rutherston by his brother Sir William Rothenstein. Introduction places Rutherston in the tradition of Edward Gordon Craig and Claud Lovat Fraser. Copies...

Art and Architecture £10.00
Kate Josephine Bateman [Mrs George Crowe]

Autograph fragment signed,

American-born actress (1842-1917). End of letter on mourning paper, now 12mo, signed in her married name. "Very truly yrs / Kate Crowe".

Music and Theatre £10.00
Mary Williamina Findlater (1865-1963), Scottish novelist and poet

Autograph Note Signed ('Mary W. Findlater') to unnamed female autograph hunter.

One page, 16mo. Good, on lightly aged grey paper, with previous paper mount adhering to reverse. Reads 'I have pleasure in sending you the Autograph you desire'.

Literature, Women £10.00
Ralph David Blumenfeld (1864-1948), newspaper editor

Autograph Note Signed to the autograph hunter Rev. E. J. F. Davies.

One page, 12mo. Very good, with light paperclip spotting. 'Certainly. I am glad to comply with your request.'

Sir Richard Burton of Sacketts Hill House, Isle of Thanet, Kent


On piece of paper roughly three and a half inches by three wide. Good, lightly aged with a little creasing to one corner. Pleasant armorial design within floral arrangement. Motto 'VIGILANS' on scroll above 'Sir Richard Burton' in copperplate at foot. Indentation of plate around edge.

Book Trade History £10.00
William Leonard Courtney (1850-1928), British critic and editor of the 'Fortnightly Review'

Typed Note Signed ('W L Courtney') to Miss E. F. Davies.

One page, on piece of paper roughly seven inches by eight wide. On aged paper laid down on a piece of card, and with some wear and paper and glue stains. 'My dear Madam, | In reply to your letter of Novr. 18th, I have pleasure in sending you my autograph, as you desire.' Four-line printed...

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.'

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