Doris Frohnsdorff Antiques and Rare Books
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Autographs : Pre 1920 item #1125623
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CHARLES E.BROCK CLIPPED AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE. A fine inked signature: "Yours faithfully/Charles E. Brock" on paper measuring 4 1/4" in width by 1 1/4 inches in height. Together with a small black and white illustration clipped from an unidentified publication (Punch?) measuring 4" by 5 1/4" and captioned "And wonder how long it will be till dinner-time". Charles Brock was a famous British illustrator especially of children's books...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Autographs : Pre 1900 item #980499
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AN AUTOGRAPHED LETTER BY PHIL MAY TO LUTHER MUNDAY. No date, circa 1890s. On Phil May's personal stationery measuring 6" x 4" (1/2 of what was originally a double-fold notelet) and headed: "ROWSLEY,/HOLLAND PARK ROAD,/KENSINGTON,W.". The letter is written to "My Dear Luther Munday". 14 lines apologizing for being unable to perform at one of Munday's "entertainments" but stating he "will look in and give you a few minutes in the black board. Some day when I am a little less busy"...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Autographs : Pre 1910 item #820597
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A RARE AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD FROM AUSTIN DOBSON TO M.H.SPIELMANN,ESQ. RE: KATE GREENAWAY. London: 9 MARCH 1905. SIGNED WITH INITIALS. The postcard is addressed to M.H. Spielmann with information for Spielmann & Layard's biography "Kate Greenaway" which was published by Black in the same year. Dobson has written 7 lines stating "he did not (underlined) write Art in the Nursery" (underlined). He mentions that "Miss G" - i.e. Kate Greenaway - had the finished drawing (i.e...