L1_THOMAS_DE_WITT_TALMAGE_AUTOGRAPH_Letter_Personal_Correspondence_SIGNED_1890_01_ad L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890
L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890
L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890
L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890

L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890
L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE – AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “maraboo71″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Signed by: Thomas De Witt Talmage
  • Autograph Type: Autograph Sentiment Signed
  • Autograph: Authentic Original

L1 THOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE AUTOGRAPH Letter Personal Correspondence SIGNED 1890
GENUINE_Charles_Dickens_Letter_2nd_Duke_of_Wellington_Personal_Autograph_Album_01_le GENUINE Charles Dickens Letter 2nd Duke of Wellington Personal Autograph Album

GENUINE Charles Dickens Letter 2nd Duke of Wellington Personal Autograph Album
18thC 2nd Duke Wellington Personal Autograph CDV Royalty Album Charles Dickens. Colours may differ due to any flash used. Serious Collector or Museum archive item. This item is at the bank and I will need a little notice before you come to veiw it.. And to be honest with you I NEVER veiwed this album before I bought it… It cost me a small fortune… If you are, like me…. Are interested in this sort of UNIQUE – ONE OFF entire’s, letters and signatures of FAMOUS PEOPLE from the 18-19th Century you will love it… This album is a TREMENDOUS item of social history from the 18 – 19th Century… It would be such a shame to SPLIT this album up… This sort of album was a pastime for the very RICH folks back in the Victorian period…. Some grand houses, Lords & Ladies of the country house estates would COLLECT this sort of thing… Often you will see albums full of EMBOSSED FAMILY CRESTS & MONOGRAMS from letter heads of the famous people of the time.. Goes a little further than that… It is on a differant scale… Very few people during this time would be able to collect this sort of item…. And you would have to be within the circle of Royalty, Dukes, Lords & Ladies etc… To even come near to getting a hold of some of these letters.. UNLESS of course they were sent to YOU or someone close related to you. This album has been the personal album belonging to 2nd Duke of Wellington ARTHUR RICHARD WELLESLEY 1807 – 1884. He was the eldest son of 1st Duke of Wellington Arthur Wellesley. The whole SPINE curved part is LOOSE… The small bit of leather is with it but loose from the top left side…. Inside it has nice marbled paper within the covers. Has pencil wording top left corner.. Anyway thats only part of the MYSTERY of the book.. You will find that most of the letters are to the Duke of Wellington from the people with whom he was in circles with. Thats why there are so many interesting items within the book.. When you google search this name. It is MOST INTERESTING too.. Then it has 2 later added lined paper pages with an INDEX and each SURNAME is in alphabetical order… With the page numbers… All written by the same hand…. Some have more than one page…. 99 on this written index. Here I will just tell you how many items there are within this book…. These are my countings and findings… TOTAL of 148 items pasted – stuck in the book. Grand total of 227 items of interest. Split up into the following…. 110 signatures – autographs on the letters, envelops and on the cut paper ones, 30 x CDV small and large sepia cabinet – carte de viste photographs, 75 letters… I see quite a lot of the letters are written on Mounring paper….. With the black outer line….. The letters are not in relation to Mourning.. So they must have just used paper that was handy.. As most of the letters are replies to them in relation to Invites of a Concert or Ball held by the Duke and Duchess of Wellington… Unless it was tradition then.. Had you had a death in the family.. You would send ALL letters with black lines around them… So I’m a little puzzled here… Most of the letters have signatures upon them, 6 of the letters have the envelope fronts with them and they have signatures too, 1 x cheque which is signed, 1 x Queen Victoria seal with signature, and 4 print engravings to show the reader what the person looked like.. These are not signed…. 2 items in the very front are LOOSE. You will see the pages have ALL got something stuck in them.. It makes the pages crinkle and go out of shape.. You can see on some pages where the years of dust and muck has gathered in the areas where the draft could blow in.. This is NORMAL for this type of scrap like book… Buyers of this sort of items will know this is NORMAL.. Be aware it is NOT in mint flat condition… But again that is what we all know as being ” RIGHT “… You cannot fake this… This album is really TREMENDOUS and worthy of being in a MUSEUM or SERIOUS PRIVATE COLLECTION alike. There are items pasted to the pages… Small bits of paper with signatures and autographs… Some you will see are typical of the period… CUT signatures, meaning they have been cut off larger documents, letters etc… This is not uncommon. As I look through it again and again I see quite alot of letters addressed to. Dear Duke, My Lord Duke, My Dear Duke, My Dear Sir, My Dear Duke of Wellington. With dates on these letters 1860, 1863 and addressed to Apsley House. The person that owned this book and stuck them all in COULD have been a relation of the Duke of Wellington… Or someone associated with his family. Loose in the front is a print picture of Her Royal Highness THE DUCHESS OF KENT.. Also a blue bit of torn paper.. He is not on the Index. The dates cover from 1785 or so right thru to about 1882 or so I think… The early ones tend to be on the CUT King George signatures.. The MAJORITY are letters written in the 1860’s – 70’s really addressed to The Duke of Wellington. So we are at the INDEX now… I only have space for 24 PHOTOGRAPHS on this listing.. With the abundance of WEALTH within the book… Plus I have to show you the CONDITION of the book too… Plus where do I start describing whats in it… I could just reel off the INDEX.. Well some I cannot even read.. But they start with PRINCE ALBERT – PRINCE ARTHUR – DUKE DE AUMALE – EARL OF ABERDEEN – LORD ARUNDLE – KING OF BELGIANS – LORD BINGHAM – ELIHA BURRITT – PRINCE LUCIEN BONAPARTE – LORD GEORGE BENTINCK – LORD BRAYBROOKE – (MP) JOHN BRIGHT – EARL BEAUCHAMP – unidentified last on the B’s – Late DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE – DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE – EARL CLARENDON – LORD COWLEY – LORD CLYDE – (MP) T. COKE – LORD CAMPBELL – LORD CRANWORTH – LORD COLVILLE – LORD CLANWILLIAM – CALTHORPE – (MP) ED CARDWELL – CHARLES DICKENS – LORD DALHOUSE – (MP) BENJAMIN DISRAELI – SINGH DULEEP – (MP) J E DENISON – LATE EARL DERBY – SIR HENRY ELLIS – GOVERNOR EYRE – DUKE OF EDINBURGH – COUNT FLANDERS – KING GEORGE IV – KING GEORGE III – unidentified – (MP) BRAMPTON GURDON – EARL OF GRANVILLE – PRINCE OF HOLLAND – J O HALLOWELL – LORD HERBERT – KING OF HANOVER – PRINCE F HOLSTEIN – LORD HOUGHTON – MARQUIS LORNE – EDWARD BULWER LYTTON – SIR EDWIN LANDSEER x 2 – LADY LEICESTER – LORD LYTTON – (MP) ROB LOWE – PRINCE LEOPOLD – DUCHESS OF MECHLENBURG – G MAZZINI – LORD MELBOURNE – THOMAS MOORE – J MITFORD – LORD MACAULEY – SIR RODERICK MURCHISON – SIR WILLIAM STERLING MAXWELL – THE 3rd EMPEROR NAPOLEON – J S NICHOLS – OXFORD Bp.. Could mean BISHOP of OXFORD there is no number next to this name – SIR ROBERT PEEL (MP) – LORD PALMERSTON (MP) x 2 – SIR I PALKINGTON (MP) – SIR EDWARD PARRY – SIR FRANCIS PALGRAVE – DUKE OF PORTLAND – THE QUEEN x 2.. This is QUEEN VICTORIA – LORD JOHN RUSSELL (MP) – Sir or Sam or John ROGERS – EARL OF RIPON – JOHN ARTHUR ROEBUCK – DUKE OF RICHMOND – PRINCE EDWARD SAXE WEIMAR – LORD SYDNEY – LORD STANLEY – ALBERT SMITH – LORD St LEONARDS – EARL STANHOPE – MARQUIS SALISBURY – DUKE OF SUSSEX – MARQUIS TWEEDALE – WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY – SIR J TROUBRIDGE – LORD TOWNSEND – WILLIAM IV – PRINCE OF WALES – 1st DUKE OF WELLINGTON – 2nd DUKE OF WELLINGTON – LORD WODEHOUSE – SYLVAIN VAN DE WEYER – SIR ARCHDALE WILSON – LORD WESTBURY – DUKE OF WESTMINSTER – Bp of WINCHESTER… So as I have been looking thru the fascinating book I can read some of the letters.. These may well be HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT too… As a lot are addressed to The Duke of Wellington and are in relation to him sending people Invitations for a CONCERT & BALL on differant dates 1860 and 1873.. These letters are their replies to him……. Also I see on page 27 there are only supposed to be 2 items according the the Index on this page and there is a 3rd item.. Its a letter with the embossed address wording on the top BUCKENHAM HOUSE BRANDON.. The letter is signed by W BARING.. This applies the other way as well.. As I’ve just cross checked it.. There are 4 pages with more or less items on them than it says in the index…. I think the Index and pages numbered has been done at a later time… Maybe not even by the same original owner… Anyway that does not really matter. Also I have noticed the name GURNEY. Typical of the period they have the embossed coloured address at the top.. And the Royal connected ones have Crowns or Monograms of initials.. These are interesting too… WINDSOR CASTLE VR Prince Leopolds letter is addressed from Windsor Castle 1873 but has a gilt ENGLISH ROYAL CYPHER but has unknown Initials in the centre – NAPOLEON letter and envelope have the Cypher – MARLBOROUGH HOUSE – BUCKINGHAM PALACE – CLARENCE HOUSE – MARQUIS LORNE – PRINCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE – St JAMES PALACE – 72 PORTLAND PLACE – WALMER CASTLE – 35 THURLOE SQUARE – 33 GROSVENOR SQUARE – GROSVENOR HOUSE – LORD LYTTON – LADY LEICESTER – LORD HOUGHTON – WARDOUR CASTLE – NORTH END LODGE , WALTHAM GREEN – 1 CARLTON GARDENS – BOARD OF GREEN CLOTH – MULGRAVE CASTLE , WHITBY , YORKSHIRE – EARL OF DERBY – SIR RODERICK MURCHISON , GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OFFICE – 1 MANSFIELD STREET – LAVINGTON HOUSE PETWORTH – 42 EATON PLACE – 11 DOWNING STREET , WHITEHALL. Then to change the subject slightly… The original photograph CDV are of QUEEN VICTORIA – PRINCE CONSORT – PRINCE GEORGE , DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE – DUCHESS OF MECKLENBURG – PRINCE EDWARD SAXE WEIMAR – KING OF HANVOVER – COUNT FLANDERS – PRINCE HENRY d’ORLEANS , DUKE OF AUMALE – LORD BROUGHAM – LORD J RUSSELL – PALMERSTON – EARL CLARENDON – LORD STANLEY – LORD CLYDE – CHARLES DICKENS – WILLIAM THACKERAY – loose large CDV of a Gentleman in a KNIGHTS TEMPLAR masonic outfit – ALBERT SMITH – LORD WODEHOUSE – LORD CAMPBELL – LORD MACANLY – MAHARAJA DULEEP SINGH , later known as the BLACK PRINCE OF PERTHSHIRE – SIR REGINALD MUNCHINSON – LORD HERBERT – ROEBUCK – LORD TOWNSEND – BRAMPTON GURDON – DENISIN – LORD WESTBURY. The letter to the Duke of Wellington dated April 4th 1876 from Paris, Avenue Montaigne No. It has a SCRAWLY signature… But the letter has been written by a differant hand.. This is due to the fact the King of Hanover was BLIND.. A small bit of paper also stuck in says he is stone blind, which of course only signed the letter… The LETTER is very interesting though… Its all fully readable.. And he is thanking the Duke for sending 2 original letters of the late King to the Dukes father and they were forwarded to him from a Baron… The contents of the letters were very valuable to him as they proved how clearly the King was aware of the Prussians policy towards her neighbours and how firmly he withstood every incroachment of that power against his kingdom and consequently that if he had lived in 1866 he would have acted as he had done. These letters are important besides their political importance, be always cherished by me and sacred relics, having been written to my late and ever lamented father to your father whose fame will never fade and since they were given to me by you, his son , who, as I know has in every way inherited his attachment to the Royal House of Hanover and its holy cause , I remain dear Duke , yours most sincerly…. Another letter is to My Lord Duke 1863… And its from Prince Frederick of Holstein in regard to the Dukes invitation to Her Majesties Birthday celebration.. He is unable to attend as hes otherwise committed. There is a letter with it… A letter dated 16th June 1860… From THE COUNT OF FLANDERS is on BUCKINGHAM PALACE headed paper… These may be of interest to some people too….. The Napoleon letter has CHISELHURST C MR 31 71 and a duplex mark over the one penny red LE EL. The envelope on page 9 from the Late Duke of Cambridge has red circle PAID FC then another line of wording and 1843… Also a circle in black with TOO LATE GPO….. And another circle in black? ETFORD JY 19 184 A. There is a 1 d penny red GT TG with a duplex 922 oval and it has a WORKSOP C AP 26 76…. Has a red circle LONDON OFFICIAL PAID L C 18 NO 75…. Another on a cut signature of LORD CRANWORTH says in a black circle.. COURT OF CHANCERY P. And another of LORD WESTBURY has no stamp but a red circle with OFFICIAL PAID LONDON V JA 8 62. Page 31 has the famous Charles Dickens small photo cdv which has pencil wording below it Charles Dickens…. And on the opposite page his letter is interesting…. Dera Sir, I enclose you Mr Prescotts letter. I shall be glad to hear of any improvement in?? . Please to take care that Mrs Hogarth has the? (these last 3 words I dont understand quite)… Faithfully Yours Charles Dickens… With the really nice scribbly underlining he did. The book is approx 7 and half inch x 9 and half ich x 2 and 1/4 inch deep. My stock ref: LOCKED IN THE SAFE. Scale is usually an English 1 penny coin which is 20mm in diameter which is just short of 7/8ths of an inch in diameter, or a universal Coke can, and we all know how big those are. MY TERMS AND CONDITIONS. In the title or description it means. Condition which may have scuffs, scratches and damage. If you have any questions , please contact me via eBa y messages. Get Images that Make Supersized Seem Small. Showcase your items with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “GENUINE Charles Dickens Letter 2nd Duke of Wellington Personal Autograph Album” is in sale since Thursday, December 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Books, Comics & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectable”. The seller is “diggerlee” and is located in Yorkshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Non-Fiction Subject: unique historical importance
  • Personalised: yes
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Fiction Subject: NON FICTION
  • Binding: softcover
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Region: Great Britain
  • Illustrator: SIGNATURES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE
  • Author: belonged to 2nd Duke of Wellington
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Character Family: DUKE OF WELLINGTON
  • Signed: yes by lots of famous people
  • Publisher: manuscript
  • Place of Publication: Great Britain
  • Special Attributes: UNIQUE

GENUINE Charles Dickens Letter 2nd Duke of Wellington Personal Autograph Album
President_Ronald_Reagan_Signed_Letter_on_Personal_Letterhead_PSA_Mint_9_01_ene President Ronald Reagan Signed Letter on Personal Letterhead PSA Mint 9

President Ronald Reagan Signed Letter on Personal Letterhead PSA Mint 9
You are viewing a Rare, and encapsulated letter graded PSA Mint 9 dated Dec 13 – 1989 by President Ronald Reagan. I’ve received the book and thank you very much. It will have a place in our home thanks to you. The painting you referred to is slated for the presidential library – again thanks to you. As for missing or being missed Nancy + I miss you. We love you – Ron. The item “President Ronald Reagan Signed Letter on Personal Letterhead PSA Mint 9″ is in sale since Saturday, June 26, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “historicalautographsgallery” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • President: Ronald Reagan

President Ronald Reagan Signed Letter on Personal Letterhead PSA Mint 9
CAROLE_LANDIS_Original_Vintage_1946_SIGNED_AUTOGRAPHED_Private_Personal_Letter_01_gkyv CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter

CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
This is an original, vintage 1946 typed letter signed by Carole Landis. The letter was part of extensive personal correspondence between Ms. Landis and Hollywood casting director Marvin Paige AKA Marvin Dorfman. Great content as she discussed personal and career matters. The letter has been personally signed (“Carole”) by the actress. Accompanied by the original envelope. From the estate of longtime Hollywood casting director MARVIN PAIGE to whom the letter was sent. The letter is in excellent condition. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER FILM PHOTO, AUTOGRAPH AND LOBBY CARD AUCTIONS. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item “CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter” is in sale since Thursday, May 13, 2021. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “jmmahoney” and is located in Oakland, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 7×10
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Autograph Type: Original
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Signed by: CAROLE LANDIS
  • Industry: Movies

CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
Rare_Signed_Reggie_Kray_Prison_Letter_1996_On_Personalised_Paper_With_Picture_01_lgg Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture

Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
Thank you for looking at my listing. Please make sure to check me out there for your peace of mind :. My partner and I, will be using this private account to sell my personal collection of vintage eyewear (and other things), which I have amassed over the last 20 years. I have been saving them for a rainy day, and with the current global situation, that day has unfortunately come. Those of you who know me, know what a tough decision this has been…… 1000% AUTHENTIC AND GENUINE I DON’T USUALLY DO WRITE UPS BUT THOUGHT IT IMPORTANT ON THIS LISTING. IN 1996 I WAS PART OF A CHARITY EVENT AT MAIDSTONE PRISON WHERE REGGIE KRAY WAS AT THE TIME. AFTER THE EVENT WE WERE ASKED IF WE WANTED TO MEET HIM AND WE SAID YES. SO WE WERE TAKEN INTO A ROOM AND HE CAME IN WITH ONE OF THE GUARDS. WHAT WE DIDN’T EXPECT WAS THAT HE HAD A NOTEPAD AND ASKED US IF WE WOULD LIKE A MESSAGE FROM HIM. SO HE WROTE THE MESSAGE AS YOU CAN SEE AND SIGNED IT. WE WERE SURPRISED THAT HE HAD HIS OWN PAPER WITH HIS NAME AND PHOTO ON IT CONSIDERING HE WAS IN PRISON, BUT WHY WOULDN’T YOU, CONSIDERING YOUR BACKGROUND :- HE WROTE 1995 ON IT BUT THEN THE GUARD CORRECTED HIM AND SAID IT WAS 1996. HENCE WHY YOU HAVE THE TWO DATES. HE WAS ALREADY VERY FRAIL AND YOU COULD SEE THAT HE WASN’T WELL. IT IS QUITE POSSIBLE THAT THIS WAS ONE OF THE LAST TIMES HE SIGNED ANYTHING LIKE THIS, AS HIS HEALTH DETERIORATED QUITE BADLY AFTER. A FEW YEARS LATER HE PASSED AWAY TO BE HONEST I DIDN’T THINK ANYMORE OF IT. I FOLDED IT UP AND PUT IT IN A BOX. IT WAS ONLY BECAUSE WE HAVE MOVED AND I WAS GOING THROUGH SOME OLD THINGS THAT I FOUND IT ALL THESE YEARS LATER. IN THE CONDITION I RECEIVED IT. HAVING SPOKEN TO A FEW PEOPLE AND DONE A BIT OF RESEARCH, I SEE THAT IT CAN BE QUITE COLLECTABLE NOW, ESPECIALLY ON THE HEADED AND PHOTOGRAPH PAPER. WHICH APPARENTLY IS A VERY RARE FIND. TO THINK THAT MOST OF THE OTHERS THREW THEIRS AWAY AFTERWARDS. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK. Please note there are quite large delays in deliveries outside the EU, due to the ongoing global situation. Thank you in advance :. The item “RARE SIGNED REGGIE KRAY PRISON LETTER 1996 ON PERSONALISED PAPER WITH PICTURE” is in sale since Wednesday, November 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Autographs\Uncertified Originals\Film”. The seller is “organics.inc” and is located in Setubal. This item can be shipped to European Union member countries.
Rare Signed Reggie Kray Prison Letter 1996 On Personalised Paper With Picture
CAROLE_LANDIS_Original_Vintage_1946_SIGNED_AUTOGRAPHED_Private_Personal_Letter_01_jvnh CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter

CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
This is an original, vintage 1946 typed letter signed by Carole Landis. The letter was part of extensive personal correspondence between Ms. Landis and Hollywood casting director Marvin Paige AKA Marvin Dorfman. Great content as she discussed personal and career matters. The letter has been personally signed (“Carole”) by the actress. Accompanied by the original envelope. From the estate of longtime Hollywood casting director MARVIN PAIGE to whom the letter was sent. The letter is in excellent condition. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER FILM PHOTO, AUTOGRAPH AND LOBBY CARD AUCTIONS. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item “CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter” is in sale since Sunday, February 14, 2021. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “jmmahoney” and is located in Oakland, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 7×10
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Autograph Type: Original
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Signed by: CAROLE LANDIS
  • Industry: Movies

CAROLE LANDIS Original Vintage 1946 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Private / Personal Letter
Connor_McDavid_2017_MVP_Signed_Jersey_Size_XL_in_person_JSA_FULL_LETTER_01_ofdm Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER
Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER
Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER

Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER
Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person on Nov. 11,2017 in Washington DC outside of the team hotel. The item “Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER” is in sale since Wednesday, March 24, 2021. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Hockey-NHL\Other Autographed NHL Items”. The seller is “dmvsports2012″ and is located in Annandale, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Jersey
  • Sport: Hockey-NHL

Connor McDavid 2017 MVP Signed Jersey Size XL in person. JSA FULL LETTER
BILL_CLINTON_JSA_AUTOGRAPH_Letter_SIGNED_to_Bro_ROGER_rare_PERSONAL_photo_01_nv BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo

BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
42nd President of the United States WILLIAM JEFFERSON “BILL” CLINTON remarkably SCARCE and AUTHENTIC handwritten letter TO HIS BROTHER ROGER and enclosing a rare PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPH of Bill and Hillary. Dated July 21, 1991, then-Governor of Arkansas Clinton writes to his brother Roger, and encloses a rare FIRST GENERATION PRINT from his personal photographs. Sale includes letter and photograph. The letter is CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY (JSA) JAMES SPENCE AUTHENTICATION EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original JSA Letter of Authenticity. American Presidents are incredibly scarce and uncommon as a result of the autopen. Please view our exceptional feedback and ratings, and our additional autograph auctions. The item “BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo” is in sale since Thursday, April 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “signaturist-ink” and is located in Wayne, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay, Canada, South africa, Colombia, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman islands, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion.
  • President: Bill Clinton
  • Signed by: WILLIAM JEFFERSON “BILL” CLINTON
  • Autograph Authentication: James Spence (JSA)

BILL CLINTON JSA AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED to Bro ROGER + rare PERSONAL photo
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Charles BAUDELAIRE ORIGINAL SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER to his mother 1864
BAUDELAIRE Charles – Lettre autographe signee adressee à sa mere par un Baudelaire crepusculaire : « L’etat de degout ou je suis me fait trouver toute chose encore plus mauvaise. Lettre autographe signee adressee à sa mere par un Baudelaire crepusculaire : « L’etat de degout ou je suis me fait trouver toute chose encore plus mauvaise. [Bruxelles] Dimanche matin 14 [aout 1864], 13,4×20,6cm, 3 pages sur un feuillet remplie. Autograph letter signed addressed to his mother by a fading Baudelaire: “L’etat de degout ou je suis me fait trouver toute chose encore plus mauvaise”. [Bruxelles] Sunday morning 14 [August 1864], 13,4 x 20,6 cm, 3 pages on a folded leave Autograph letter signed in black ink, addressed to his mother and dated Sunday morning the 14th. A few underlinings, deletions and corrections by the author. Formerly in the collection of Armand Godoy, n°188. A fading Baudelaire: The state of disgust in which I find myself makes everything seem even worse. Drawn by the promise of epic fame, Baudelaire went to Belgium in April 1864 for a few conferences and in the hope of a fruitful meeting with the publishers of. The meeting didn’t happen, the conferences were a failure and Baudelaire felt boundless resentment for “Poor Belgium”. Nonetheless, despite numerous calls to return to France, the poet would spend the rest of his days in this much-castigated country, living the life of a melancholic bohemian. Aside from a few short stays in Paris, Baudelaire, floored by a stroke that left him paralyzed on one side, would only return to France on 29 June 1866 for a final year of silent agony in a sanatorium. Written barely a few months after his arrival in Brussels and his initial disappointments, this letter shows us all the principal elements of the mysterious and passionate hatred that would keep the poet definitively in Belgium. In his final years in France, exhausted by the trial of. The Flowers of Evil. Humiliated by the failure of his candidacy to the Academie Francaise, a literary orphan after the bankruptcy of Poulet-Malassis and disinherited as an author by the sale of his translation rights to Michel Levy, Baudelaire was above all deeply moved by the inevitable decline of Jeanne Duval, his enduring love, while his passion for la Presidente had dried up, her poetic perfection not having withstood the prosaic experience of physical possession. Thus, on 24 April 1864, he decided to flee these “decomposing loves”, of which he could keep only the form and the divine essence. Belgium, so young as a country and seemingly born out of a Francophone Romantic revolution against the Dutch financial yoke, presented itself to the poet phantasmagorically as a place where his own modernity might be acknowledged. A blank page on which he wanted to stamp the power of his language while affirming his economic independence, Belgium was a mirror onto which Baudelaire projected his powerful ideal, but one that would send him tumbling even more violently into the spleen of his final disillusionment. In November 1917, without the sensitive passage about his cold enemas, this emblematic letter evokes all of Baudelaire’s work as poet, writer, artist and pamphleteer. The first such reference is via the reassuring, mentor-like figure of the publisher of. Poulet-Malassis: If I was not so far from him, I really think I’d end up paying so I could take my meals at his. ” This is followed by a specific reference to the “venal value of his. “All these articles that I so sadly wrote on painting and poetry”. Baudelaire then confides in his mother his hopes for his latest translations of Poe which, to his great frustration are not getting published by. He concludes with his. Which Jules Hetzel had just told him had been, after negotiations with. Received with great pleasure. ” Nonetheless , as Baudelaire literally underlined, they were “only to be published when I come back to France. ” His perennially imminent return to France is a leitmotiv of his Belgian correspondence: “Certainly, I think I’ll go to Paris on Thursday. ” It is nonetheless always put off (“I’m putting off going to Paris until the end of the month, he corrects himself eight days later), and it seems to stoke up the poet’s ferocity towards his new fellow citizens, Baudelaire taking pleasure in actively spreading the worst kinds of rumors about them involving espionage, parricide, cannibalism, pederasty and other licentious activities. Tired of always being believed, I put about the rumor that I had killed my father and. And they believed me! I’m swimming in disgrace like a fish through water. Uvres completes, II p. This eminently poetic attempt to explore the depths of despair in covering himself in hatred is perhaps most clearly seen through his sharing of his culinary difficulties with his “dear, dear mother”, the only sustaining figure who gave him “more than [he]’d expected”. Read together with some of the finest pages of. This excessive attention to the miseries of his palate reveal far more than simple culinary fussiness. It is also hardly innocent that Baudelaire begins his recriminations with an exhaustive rejection of all food, with one notable exception: “Everything is bad, save for wine”. This assertion is clearly not without reference to the “vegetal ambrosia”, that sanctified elixir in so many of his poems and above all a friend in misery, which drowns out the poet’s sublime crime. None can understand me. Did one /Among all those stupid drunkards / Ever dream in his morbid nights / Of making a shroud of wine? If wine is the incorruptible soul of a poet, bread, here underlined by the author, is his innocent and mortal flesh. “In the bread and wine intended for their mouths / They mix ashes and impure spit”, as Baudelaire says in. This is the poet-child who everywhere, in hotels, restaurants, English taverns, “suffers from this impossible communion of elements and thus presents his mother with an even more symbolic vision of his misery”. Nonetheless, the man is always present, his carnal desires hidden beneath the misery of his condition. Meat is not bad in itself. It becomes bad in the manner of its cooking. How can we not, behind the apparently prosaic nature of this culinary comment, recognize the most permanent of Baudelaire’s metaphors, present throughout the poet’s work. A Carcass, To She Who is Too Gay, A Martyr, Women Doomed. The female body transformed by death? “The sun shone down upon that putrescence, As if to roast it to a turn, And to give back a hundredfold to great Nature The elements she had combined” “People who live at home live less badly, ” he continues, but Baudelaire doesn’t want to be comforted and his complaining is nothing but an expression of the perfect correlations between his physical condition and this final poetical experience. Of course, Belgium was not really to blame, but it was only to his mother that Baudelaire could make this rare and moving confession: I must say, by the by, that the state of disgust in which I find myself makes everything seem even worse. ” Essentially, all the aggression he was to pour out on these cursed kinspeople was nothing but the echo of an older rancor that, in 1863, consumed his “heart laid bare. ” To his mother’s recriminations at finding her son’s notes, Baudelaire replied, on 5 June: “Well! Yes, this much-wished for book will be a book of recriminations… I will turn on the. My very real talent for impertinence. I need revenge like a tired man needs his bath. ” The “cold laudanum enemas” of Belgium were to be that bath for the tired poet, who found an occasion to combat, with a supreme wrath, this existential ” disgust. In the middle of a paragraph – the very one that would be cut by the. Baudelaire attributes this, without naming the disease, to syphilis : What is insupportable in these intestinal and stomach complaints is the physical weakness and the spiritual sadness that result from them. Madame Aupick’s immediate concern at these all too sudden confidences led Baudelaire to lie to her about his actual state of health, which continued to get worse. Hence, in his following letter: It was terribly wrong of me to talk to you about my Belgian health, since it affected you so deeply… Generally speaking, I’m in excellent health… That is the general lot. As for my trouble, I can only repeat that I have seen other Frenchmen suffer the same way, being unable to adapt to this vicious climate… And in any case, I won’t be staying long. A superb autograph letter from a son to his mother, subtly revealing the poetical reasons for his final self-imposed exile, the inverted mirror of the first, enforced, wandering of his youth in the Mascarene Islands, the writer’s only two voyages. If the young man could somehow – we don’t know how – escape to the far-off Reunion island, the old man nonetheless didn’t dare leave Belgium, which was so close, and this melancholic letter augured the end of his days spent by the North Sea, as somber as his initial trip to the South Seas had been bright. Find more than 28.000 rare books on our website. First editions, inscribed books, fine bindings, original etchings and more. The item “Charles BAUDELAIRE ORIGINAL SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER to his mother 1864″ is in sale since Tuesday, August 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “paris-rare-books” and is located in France. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Subject: Literature & Fiction
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: 13,4×20,6cm
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Binding: Loose leaves, Articles
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
  • Publisher: BAUDELAIRE Charles
  • Place of Publication: [Bruxelles]
  • Year of Publication: 1864
  • Author: BAUDELAIRE Charles
  • Language: 1

Charles BAUDELAIRE ORIGINAL SIGNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER to his mother 1864
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JUDY GARLAND Rare Signed Handwritten Personal Letter To Irv Kupcinet (KUP)

JUDY GARLAND Rare Signed Handwritten Personal Letter To Irv Kupcinet (KUP)
This letter was written by Judy Garland to Chicago Columnist and good friend, Irv Kupcinet and his wife, Essee. It is on her personal stationary. The letter is in excellent condition. It is signed Sid & Judy… She included Sid Luft’s name, her husband, as they were socially friendly with the Kupcinet’s. The letter is not dated. The item “JUDY GARLAND Rare Signed Handwritten Personal Letter To Irv Kupcinet (KUP)” is in sale since Friday, August 21, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Music”. The seller is “femail007295c” and is located in Encino, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Judy Garland

JUDY GARLAND Rare Signed Handwritten Personal Letter To Irv Kupcinet (KUP)