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LLOYD (Edward, 1845-1927, Fine English Tenor at the leading Musical Festivals from 1871)

Fine postcard photo signed and inscribed "Yours very truly", in a fine original frame, 5½" x 3½" in frame 10" x 7" max., no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1885
Stock No:  39654      £125

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LOUISE CAROLINE (1848-1939, Princess, Daughter of Queen Victoria, Duchess of Argyll, Sculptress)

Autograph Letter Signed to 'Dear Fritz', (Sir Frederick Ponsonby, 1867-1935, 1st Baron Sysonby, Equerry to Edward VII), asking him if he would like to dine "this evening? if you like it better, come earlier, & dress here, & remain the night? We cd put up Nelly for you?", 2 sides 8vo black edged, Frensham Place, Farnham, Surrey, no date, circa a little spotted without loss

Item Date:  1900
Stock No:  53981      £125

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LUALDI (Maner, 1912-1968, Italian Aviator, journalist and Filmmaker)

First Day Cover Signed, the envelope shows the Italian and Norwegian flags and is captioned "Raid Artico Lualdi nel 25th Anniversario del Sacrificio di Roald Amundsen e dei Naufraghi del Dirigible 'Italia' 1953", it has two Italian stamps cancelled in Milan on the 4th March and Tromso on the 2nd May, it has the expedition stamp of a plane flying over an Arctic scene and Milan Cathedral, 6¾" x 5",

Item Date:  1953
Stock No:  39691      £125

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MARKHAM (Sir Clements, 1830-1916, Geographer and President of the Royal Geographical Society)

Autograph Letter Signed to Dr Heaton thanking him and apologising for having "given you so much trouble - I left Newton Kyme on Friday ..." 1 side 8vo., 21 Eccleston Square, 11th January no year

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  39694      £175

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MARKHAM (Sir Clements, 1830-1916, Geographer and President of the Royal Geographical Society)

Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Inderwick saying he is "extremely interested to hear from you that the remains of Gervase Shard, thhe Admiral, have been discovered. I should have very much liked to have seen the first Admiral of England but alas! it is not possible for me ...", 1 side 8vo., 21 Eccleston Square, SW, 18th May

Item Date:  1904
Stock No:  39695      £175

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