This unique letter was sent to George Caesar from Noel Cowards Home No. 17 Gerald Road, just off Easton Place Belgravia on the 23rd September 1932 when Noel was working on his play ‘Design for Living’
The Letter Reads:
Dear George Caesar,
Ever so many thanks for having me
It was most awfully nice of you to think of me, I did appreciate it so much.
It really was grand of you to remember
An opportunity to acquire a hand written signed letter from this Great British Actor/Play writer ...click for details
Antique Property Sale Poster London Homerton Hackney 1907.
An interesting property auction poster, nicely presented in a glazed gilt frame relating to 62 and 64 Church Road, Homerton and 36 and 38 Digby Road also in Homerton on Friday 8th March 1907.
This would look great in a Bistro or similar in the area.
Size: 53cm by 37.75cm
This interesting cardboard advertising sign promotes the sale of Brown Farmhouse Flour so they thought healthily even pre-war.
Made by TC Greensmith & Sons of Burton on Trent who were founded in 1918.
Supplied to and recommended by none other than Sir Oswald Mosley Bt. Little did they know how politically incorrect this statement would be a few years later.
A real talking point, small dent lower right otherwise good condition.
Size: 47.5cm by 75cm
This truly fascinating collection of 1920/30's Theatrican Memorabilia
was complied by Hal Freeman on Impresaris of the 190's and 30's who
took his acts all over the world. There are posters and letters from India,
Australia, England, New Zeland, Hong Kong and of course the USA. One
scarp book charts the Fame and Fortune of "La Ventura" The venus of
flowers, obviously an outstanding success judging by the letters and
newspaper cutting. There are a number of interest ...click for details