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SCHIPA (Tito, 1888-1965, Italian Tenor and Composer)

Fine Photograph signed and inscribed "To Razon from Buenos-Aires, a souvenir from me", showing him half length in profile wearing costume and a wig, 5½" x 3½", in frame 9½" x 7½", no place,

Item Date:  1930
Stock No:  39655      £125

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SCOTT (Sir Walter, 1771-1832, Novelist & Poet)

Fine Autograph letter signed in full addressed to" Mr Aylvin, Minister of the Gospel ... Birmingham" saying that he has "your letter and I venture to say that you have no reason whatever to apprehend that you have done or said any thing which could be otherwise than very acceptable to his Majesty. The negligence concerning the Orrery [?] could only arise from some carelessness in the .... department which was likely enough to take place in such a bustle. I shall have occasion to write Sir William KNIGHTON...", (1st Baronet, 1776-1836, Private Secretary to George IV, 1822-1830), "and will learn from him what is his Majesty's pleasure. It may be some time before I have an answer for you must imagine as His Majesty's private secretary he has more than enough to do & I am not fond of intruding on him save when it is absolutely necessary ...", 1 side 4to., with integral autograph address leaf with seal, Abbotsford, Saturday, no date but circa slight staining on right hand edge

Item Date:  1825
Stock No:  39666      £1175

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SULLIVAN (Sir Arthur, 1842-1901, Composer of 'Gilbert & Sullivan')

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Keynes saying that he is "so hard at work that I answer no letters as a rule, but I like you so much that of course I make an exception. I shall not be in London until April, unless by some miraculous feat I get on faster with the new opera than is humanly possible. If therefore later in the year you & young friend should come to London, I will hear her with pleasure. The weather has been, until yesterday, atrocious down here - and , what Sickness and death there is about! ...", 1 side 8vo., Villa Marda, Monaco, 17th January

Item Date:  1892
Stock No:  39669      £750

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