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MACKENZIE (Sir Compton, 1883-1972, Writer) and Bransby WILLIAMS (1870-1964, Actor)

Menu for a Dickens Fellowship Lunch signed by seven people including Williams and Mackenzie, on the menu for their lunch, 1 side 6½” x 4”, Waldorf Hotel, 9th February

Item Date:  1946
Stock No:  42179      £76

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PUCCINI (Giacomo, 1858-1924, Italian Composer of ‘Tosca’ and ‘Bohème’)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed (with initial ‘P’) in Italian with translation on a postcard, to Madame Margit VÉSZI (1885-1961, Hungarian Writer, Painter and Graphic Artist, best known for Hotel Imperial) saying “Of Liliom, nothing. It's good work but I have the infamous princess who grips me. And I treat her badly by neglecting her. All finished ! Sic transit. Goodbye sweet Margit. When are you coming here? Dearest Margit, I did nothing during summer. In August, I travelled by car : Germany and Holland. Now I'm starting to become reasonable. And whatever I do, I'm doing little by little. I'm not in a hurry. I'm not going to Budapest, I think I'll go to Clausetti. Now I should make an escapade to Paris for Schicchi at the opéra comique. In mid-November I will go to Cisterna near Rome. Then Terracina hunting for a month and so on and what if it lasted a long time!...”, 2 sides postcard with autograph address on the verso, Viareggio, 20th October

Item Date:  1922
Stock No:  42068      £975

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SALT (Henry Shakespear Stephens, 1851-1939, Writer and Reformer)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Wheeler saying he is “welcome to the enclosed. The Lizard Orchid has been found both at Lewes and (I am told) near Clayton. There is a specimen, somewhat faded, in the Brighton Library. It is quite likely that the Starry Trefoil lingers on in a few other spots. I hope so; but in any case its end cannot long be delayed...”, 1 side 8vo., 19 Highdown Road, 8th July

Item Date:  1827
Stock No:  42147      £125

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SAMBOURNE (Edward Linley, 1844-1910, ‘Punch’ Artist)

Autograph Letter Signed ‘Linley Sambourne’ to ‘Gentlemen’ (George Swan NOTTAGE, 1822-1885, Lord Mayor Elect of London), hoping for “a card to spare for banquet on the 10th or 8th - which?... I have not been to Guildhall since 1871”, coat of arms and London address 18 Stafford Terrace, 1 side 8vo., black edged, Park House, West Dumpton, Ramsgate, 12th October

Item Date:  1884
Stock No:  42134      £75

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SANT (James, 1820-1916, Portrait & Landscape Painter, R.A.)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Hunt saying he doesn’t “know whether I am too late with the enclosed, it is not of much importance if I am, for the works are not of peculiar interest - I could go to the Academy but... you may have enough to do there to desire an interruption...” with a postscript that he had “hoped much from Rothschild...”, 1 side oblong 8vo., no place, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  42149      £35

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