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ASTOR (Nancy née Langhorne, Viscountess, 1879-1964, First Woman to take a seat in the House of Commons) and her husband William Waldorf ASTOR (2nd Viscount, 1879-1952, Politician)

Fine pair of Signatures on a card, 4½” x 3½”, no place, dated in another hand, 30th March

Item Date:  1926
Stock No:  42415      £75

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ATHLONE (Prince Alexander of Teck, 1874-1957, Queen Mary’s Brother, Governor General of Canada, husband of Princess Alice, from 1917 Earl of)

Fine Signature from an Autograph Letter Signed, ending “yours truly Alexander George of Teck”, on piece 4½” x 2½”, no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  42404      £25

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AUSTIN (Henry Wilfred., ‘Bunny’, 1906-2000, English tennis player)

Signature “H. W. ‘Bunny’ Austin ’”, on a card, 3” x 1¾”, no place, dated in another hand, 20th May

Item Date:  1932
Stock No:  42411      £45

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CHAMBERLAIN (Neville, 1869-1940, Prime Minister)

Magazine photograph of the portrait by Sir Oswald BIRLEY (1880-1952, Portrait Painter) Signed in a dark portion, showing him as Chancellor, three quarters length, standing, resting his elbow on the despatch box, 9” x 6”, no place,

Item Date:  1933
Stock No:  42397      £325

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CHARLES X (Philippe, Count of Artois, 1757-1836, King of France and Navarre, the Last King of France to be crowned at Rheims, May 1825, Leader of the Emigrés)

Fine Letter Signed, in French with translation, addressed “To my Brother and Cousin The King of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies” saying that “it is with the deepest sorrow that I announce to Your Majesty the loss of the King, my beloved and most honoured Lord and Brother, who died in the morning of the 16th of this month, at 4. The feelings of pity which so particularly distinguished the august head of our house gave him the courage to bear with calm and resignation until his last moments the sufferings he had felt for so long. Your Majesty, who knew his eminent virtues and the tender affection he had for all the members of his family, can appreciate the just regrets that such a fatal event causes me. The attachment that Your Majesty has always shown me and the blood ties that unite us give me the confidence that I will find in Her heart the consolation that mine needs and that She will share my deep pain. I make wishes that divine providence may remove from your Majesty’s family anything which could afflict Him and these wishes are as sincere as the assurances of the high esteem and inviolable friendship with which I am held...”, 1 side 4to., on mourning paper, St Cloud, 20th September

Item Date:  1824
Stock No:  42421      £775

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