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BYAM SHAW (John Byam Liston Shaw, 1872-1919, Painter, Illustrator, Designer and Teacher, commonly known as “Byam Shaw”)

Early Illustrated Autograph Letter, written over several weeks, Signed 'Byam' to "My dear ‘Stacie'" saying that she “will think me a very wicked youth not to have written before but in consequence of my large correspondence &c &c &c. I went to the pantomime at Drury Lane yesterday with Glencavin & Mary, it’s ‘Puss in boots’ you know, it was fearfully fine. I have an oil painting & a set of Xmas cards in an exhibition in Derby they are the first things I have ever got into an exhibition...”, the next part starts that it seems “I should never finish this letter but I really must. try and get it done today. I have just bought a ‘topper’!...”, here he has put a pen and ink self portrait showing him wearing a caped overcoat and top hat, next to another one of him playing the piano and singing, the next part says “I seem as if I should never go on with this... I will finish it today. Glen has bought an American Organ with some money that a Mr Brown sent her, I am tryig to learn to play it (see illustration) I suppose you are broiling while at this present moment it is pouring here. I don’t know quite whether I sent you one of these photos of the ‘Stuffed Pig’ or not however I am sending one now...” with illustrations of Stacie sitting in the sun and Byam in the rain, he ends with the wish that “if you are writing to Pudds you wd tell her I am awfully sorry not to have written but you see what a short time I havae taken to write this, however, I have finished it at last you see. Good bye dear Stacie, I hope you are flourishing...”, with a final picture of a horse carrying a banner with the word ‘love’, 4 sides 8vo., 103 Holland Road, 15th and 29th January and 3rd March the face is missing from the first drawing because of the ink wearing through the paper

Item Date:  1888
Stock No:  42138      £775

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CARRODUS (John Tiplady, 1836-1895, Violinist)

Signature and end of an Autograph Letter Signed with the words “double basses for... festival. yrs very sincerely...”, 4½” x 2”, no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  42123      £35

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CUMMING (Lady Constance Frederica Gordon, 1837-1924, Traveller and Author

Autograph Letter Signed in full “Constance F. Gordon Cumming” to Mr McMurtrie giving her permission “by all means use Part II of Ningpo, and will you kindly, with the least possibly delay post Part I with my compliment to the Editor ‘The Quiver’, La Bell Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill... in an unofficial wrapper!...”, 1 side 8vo., Hatton Tower, Auckland Road, Upper Norwood, 18th June no year

Item Date:  1919
Stock No:  42145      £75

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DAVITT (Michael, 1846-1906, Irish Republican Activist

Fine Signature on small piece 4½” x 1½”, no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  42128      £225

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FAWCETT (Dame Millicent, Mrs Henry Fawcett, 1847-1929, Leader of the Women’s Suffrage Movement)

Fine bold signature on a small piece, 3¼” x ¾”, together with a magazine photo, no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  42130      £40

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