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ABERCROMBIE, Lascelles (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS ('Lascelles') to John [Drinkwater], in all 4 pages 8vo, 7A Stanley Gardens 28 December 1930 and 30 September 1932.

ABERDEEN, George H Gordon, 4th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('dear Sir'), asking him to call, 1 page 8vo (somewhat spotted), Haddo House, 'Thursday', no date

ABERDEEN, George H Gordon, 4th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Backhouse, 2 pages 8vo (one slight glue-stain), Argyll House, 2 February 1857.

ABERDEEN, George H Gordon, 4th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [later Sir Henry] Holland (1788-1873, physician), 1 page 8vo, Argyll House, 30 January no year

ABERNETHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Clift at the Royal College of Surgeons, 1 page 8vo, 4 January 1815.

ABT, Franz Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars from a four-part work for tenor and bass, with words, characteristally small and neat, 65 x 75 mm. (2½ x 3 inches), slightly foxed.

ADAMS, John Couch (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hutton, 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting on the reverse), Observatory, Cambridge, 19 June 1876.

ADAMS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript and typescript of a short story entitled Argos, in all 12 pages folio together with a covering TLS to Selina [?Hastings], 1995.

ADDINGTON, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Sidmouth') to Lord Nugent, 1½ pages folio, (remains of mount on verso, water-stain along two folds), Whitehall, 16 March 1818.

ADDINGTON, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to J. Stockdale, sending an address where the 'History of the Island of Java' may be left for him, 1 page 8vo, Richmond Park, 11 Nov 1811.

ADDISON, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Feb. 17 1707/8 / Jurat. coram me / Jos. Addison.'), 1 page folio.

ADDISON, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS and subscribed, as a Lord of the Treasury, to Mr Worsley, 3 pages folio (tipped to an album-leaf, an engraving hinged to page 3, Whitehall, 7 January 1717/18.

ADDISON, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S. ('J. Addison' at the foot), 1 page large folio (slightly trimmed at the foot), 22 April 1709.

ADELAIDE, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature ('Adelaide R' with a flourish), ca 60 x 175 mm (2½ x 7 inches).

AGASSIZ, [Jean] Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher Monsieur'), 1 page 4to (trimmed), Dublin, 'le 10 à 6 heurs', no date

AGASSIZ, [Jean] Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a collaborator, E Wood, 2 pages 8vo, no place, no date

AGASSIZ, [Jean] Louis (This is a link to the full description)
LS to E.W. Sargent, 1 page 4to (traces of former mounting on the reverse), Cambridge [Massachusetts], 19 April no year

AGRICULTURE (This is a link to the full description)
Correspondence of the Gibbs family, agricultural nurserymen, consisting of 16 letters to family members, receipts, and 3 letters to seedsman George Brigham.

AINLEY, Henry Hinchliffe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Kennedy, 1 page 4to, 62 Regents Park Road, 21 December 1913.

AINLEY, Henry Hinchliffe (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to George Davidson, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Haymarket Theatre, 6 February 1924.

AINLEY, Henry Hinchliffe (This is a link to the full description)
4 ALsS ('Harry') to a woman variously addressed as Margaret and Madonna, in all 8 pages 8vo, 21 and 26 November 1930, where dated

AINSWORTH, William Harrison (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature in blue ink with the words 'yours faithfully', from the foot of a letter, laid down.

AINSWORTH, William Harrison (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his daughter Fanny, 1 page 8vo, 'Club. Brighton' with the Club's coronetted blind stamp, 18 July 1853.

AIRY, Sir George Biddell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Professor Gyldén at the Stockholm Observatory, 2 pages 8vo with envlope, Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 19 July 1877.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS to Lord Seymour, 1 page 8vo on black-edged writing paper, Windsor Castle, 30 November 1850.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
LS in French to G Wappers, director of the royal academy of painting in Anvers, 3 pages 4to on black-edged paper, Buckingham Palace, 30 June 1840.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note headed 'April 13 / The Prince Consort to The Prince of Wales', ½-page 8vo on blue paper, Aldershot.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, cut from the foot of a letter with 'Acting Great Master' appended in the Prince's hand, ca 40 x 100 mm (1½ x 4 inches).

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
The Prince's name ('Prince Albert') in his own hand on a fragment from a document with the printed heading 'The Foreign Office', tightly trimmed.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Foreign Office docket (for attachment to official papers), addressed to 'The Queen' in the hand of Prince Albert, 16 December 1840.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
LS, as Great Master of the Order of the Bath, to the Marquess of Breadalbane, 2 pages folio (some splits in the folds), Osborne House, 22 December 1853.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a peer, the name of the recipient crossed through, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, B[uckingham] P[alace], 27 January 1858.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Hardinge (Henry, first Viscount, 1785-1856, field marshal and governor-general of India), 1 page 8vo (old repairs), Windsor, 15 November 1852.

ALBERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a fragment cut from a document, laid down on the remains of an album leaf, 10 November 1841.

ALBERT I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal, partially printed and completed by hand, Brussels, 31 March 1912.

ALBERT I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal, partially printed and completed by hand, Brussels, 1 November 1921.

ALBERT VICTOR, Duke of Clarence (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Albert Victor') as Captain in the Regiment of Hussars, partially printed and completed by hand, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 14 February 1889.

ALEXANDER II (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Telegram Signed ('Alexandre'), in French with direction in Russian, to the Empress Maria Alexandrovna.

ALEXANDER, Harold Rupert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Alexander of Tunis') on a card, laid down with a further card dating the signature 10 June 1949, in all 225 x 175 mm (9 x 7 inches).

ALEXANDRA, Queen€†€c»4'Õ (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph (three-quarter length) by Russell & Sons of Chichester, signed below the image and dated 1881.

ALLENBY, Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Edmund H H Allenby') to 'My dear Leader', written on a train 'on the Palestine front', 4 pages 8vo (some damp-staining), 30 July 1917.

ALLENBY, Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Allenby / F.M. / 29th March 1931') on a postcard showing the SS Viceroy of India, an India mail and passenger service vessel.

ALLENBY, Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Betty] Ross, 1 page 8vo, Grosvenor Hotel, London, 21 October no year

ALLENBY, Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Savage, 2 page 8vo, Stanley Hotel, Stanley, Perthshire, 30 September no year

ALLENBY, Edmund Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Allenby') to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, 24 Wetherby Gardens, 1 June, no year

ALLINGHAM, Helen (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mrs Phipson, in all 6 pages 8vo, 12 Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, 2 and 5 May 1875.

ALLINGHAM, Margery Louise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Robert Thurston] Hopkins (d. 1958, author), 3 pages 8vo, D'Arcy House, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Maldon, Essex, 30 October 1952.

ALLINGHAM, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Richard] Garnett (1835-1906, man of letters and keeper of printed books at the British Museum), 1 page 8vo, 18 Neville Street, 12 February 1872.

ALLINGHAM, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J A Langford, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Lane, Ballyshannon, 14 August 1855.

[ALLOM, Thomas] (This is a link to the full description)
Commonplace book apparently belonging to his first wife, Mary Ann [Rawlins], 4to in marbled boards.

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Farquharson', 1¼ pages 8vo on facing pages (a little soiled), Athenaeum Club (blind stamp), 1 November 1887.

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Howarth, 1 page 8vo, 34 Grove End Road, 20 May 1908.

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page small 8vo, Townshend House, North Gate, Regents Park, 23 April 1881.

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Major O.H. Goodenough R.A., 1 page 8vo, Townshend House, North Gate, Regents Park, 28 May 1880.

AMELIA, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to her brother, Frederick, Duke of York, 1 page 8vo (trimmed), no place, 'Monday' (dated in another hand 5 June 1797).

AMHERST, Jeffrey, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Duke of York, 1 page 4to, slightly trimmed, no place, 28 November 1794.

AMHERST, Jeffrey, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Lt Colonel Burton, 1 page 4to (brown stain, possibly ink, not affecting the text), St James's Square, 2 October 1793.

AMPERE, André Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed, in French, to the Abbé de Régel, Rector of the Academy at Cahors, 2 pages 4to with address leaf, Paris, 10 September 1816.

AMWELL, Frederick Montague, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Fred') to 'Oliver', about the resignation of Attlee, 2 pages 8vo (note of identification at the head), 33 Cork Street, no date

ANDERSON, Elizabeth Garrett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Arnold, 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, 4 Upper Berkeley Street, 3 February 1881.

ANDERSON, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed of the seated actress in flowing gown reading a book.

ANGLESEY, Sir Henry William Paget, Marquess of of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [illegible], 2 page 8vo, Uxbridge House, 22 May 1827.

ANGLESEY, Sir Henry William Paget, Marquess of of (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Lord Melbourne, 1 page 4to, Dublin Castle, 19? February 1832.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Anne R.') at the head, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (slightly faded, but readable), given at St James's, 7 July 1702.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Anne R') at the head, 1 page folio on vellum, paper seal (damp stains at the foot, not affecting the text), Kensington, 6 March 1707/8.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio with papered seal (small splits in the folds, more so in the second leaf), given at St James's, 28 May 1702.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio on vellum (badly cut about, the signature removed and replaced, given at Hampton Court, 2 November 1710.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., ('Anne R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with revenue stamp but lacking papered seal, Kensington, 27 May 1713.

ANNE (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (a little worn at the foot and lacking the papered seal), given at St James's 1708 (no day or month).

ANNIGONI, Pietro (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard reproduction of Annigoni's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, signed in ink vertically on the left-hand side.

ANNIGONI, Pietro (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in broken English on both sides of a correspondence-card to Mr Harvey, Florence, dated 'XXIX-VII-LXXXVII' [29 July (19)87].

ANTARCTICA (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of Shackleton and fifteen other members of the shore party of the British Antarctic Expedition of 1907-1909.

ANTIQUARIES (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed by eight antiquaries, 1 page folio, 22 February 1827 (small repair).

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURE (This is a link to the full description)
The indenture of Josiah Stringer as apprentice to Samuel Hinton, druggist, of Newcastle, 1 page 4to on vellum with revenue stamps and seals, 1841.

ARGELANDER, Friedrich Wilhelm August (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent in England, 2 pages 8vo (mounted with note of identification), Bonn, 26 July 1864.

ARLEN, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Walter, 2 pages 4to, Villa Edgeroad, Cannes, 15 September no year [1928].

ARLINGTON, Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Arlington') [to Sir Horatio, 1st Viscount Townshend], 2 pages folio with contemporary docket to second leaf, Whitehall, 13 June 1676.

ARLINGTON, Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Bulstrode in Brussels, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, (neatly inlaid), London, 3 January 1678/9.

ARNIM, Achim von (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to a friend, 4 pages 4to, Berlin, 28 May 1810.

ARNOLD, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the author and journalist W[illiam] H[enry] Rideing, 2 pages 8vo, 31 Bolton Gardens, 'Friday Sept 7' no year

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hornby, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (neatly laid down), Harrow, 10 March no year

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink dated 5 August 1882, with wide margins on grey paper.

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS (one with initials), two to Mary Sybilla [Lyall] Holland and one probably to her husband, 10 pages 8vo, Cobham, 1881 and 1882 where dated

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Robert] Webb, 1 page 8vo, Pains Hill Cottage, Cobham, 13 November no year

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W. Rossiter, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper of the Athenaeum (blind stamp), 14 September 1869.

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward] Burne-Jones, 1 page 8vo, The Athenaeum (blind stamp), 7 October 1884.

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [The Rev F.J.] Holland, 2 pages 8vo, Athenaeum (blind stamp), 13 February [1882].

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lionel Robinson, 1 page 8vo (somewhat soiled) on embossed writing paper of the Education Department, Harrow, 8 November 1871.

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Miss Phipson, in all 6 pages 8vo, 38 Eaton Place, 22 and 24 January 1855.

ARNOLD, Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Bennett (unidentified), 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Athenaeum Club (blind stamp), 1 March no year

ARRHENIUS, Svante August (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph by A Jonason of Goteborg, showing the chemist seated, holding a silver-handled cane, signed on the photograph and dated 1903.

ARTHUR, Duke of Connaught (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph by Maull & Fox, signed in the white margin at the foot and dated 1882, showing the Prince in full military uniform with sword.

ARTISTS (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of 17 artists with their addresses, on membership forms laid down on two sides of an 8vo album leaf.

ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR, Henry, third Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Richard Bulstrode, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, no place, 2 May 1687.

ASQUITH, Lady Cynthia (This is a link to the full description)
5 ALsS to MacDonald, discussing an article on patriotism for the young which she wrote as a contribution to his book, 6½ pages 8vo, Regent's Park, 1935-36.

ASQUITH, Lady Cynthia (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS to the poet John Drinkwater, in all 5 pages 8vo and 3 pages 4to, Stanway, Cheltenham, and Sussex Place, Regents' Park, 20 April to 24 May 1935.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature in dark ink (traces of mounting to the reverse), undated.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note (third person) to Sir Charles Matthews at the Treasury, in recognition of his service, 1 page 8vo, 10 Downing Street, 19 February 1916.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized signed photograph ('H H Asquith'), postmarked 7 November 1907.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mrs Cash, in all 3½ pages 8vo on black-edged writing paper, Fitzjohns Avenue, 15 November 1891 and 6 February 1892.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to to Samuel (perhaps the young Herbert Samuel, who was already involved in Liberal politics), 1 page 8vo, 20 Cavendish Square, 2 July 1898.

ASQUITH, Margot (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS and a correspondence card (pencil) to Olive Temple with news of a proposed trip to Spain etc., 6 pages 8vo, 2 envelopes, 1923-25.

ASQUITH, Margot (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Margot Oxford') in pencil to Clive [Bell], 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 44 Bedford Square, 19 December 1929.

ATHLONE, A.A. Cambridge, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph Signed ('Athlone 1926'), showing the Earl seated at his desk, pen in hand.

ATHLONE, A.A. Cambridge, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Fine photograph, three-quarter length in military uniform, 300 x 212 mm (12 x 8½ inches), boldly signed in ink 'Alexander of Teck'.

ATTLEE, Clement, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Clem') with autograph salutation ('My dear Clorinda') to Mrs Christopher Attlee, 1 page 8vo (oblong) with envelope, Martin's End Lane, 23 Nov 1962.

ATTLEE, Clement, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Attlee') to an unnamed correspondent [?Norman Edwards] , 1 page 8vo (oblong), Cherry Cottage, Prestwood, Great Missenden, 2 January 1957.

AUBER, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monsieur [Ernst] Paër, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, 19 October 1837.

AUBER, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Monsieur Denis, 1 page 16mo, 'Mercredi', no date, hinged to a mount.

AUDEN, Wystan Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS to Miss Heyes of the University of Birmingham, 4 pages 4to and 8vo with three envelopes, Christ Church, Oxford, January and February 1973.

AUDEN, Wystan Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James, 1 page 4to, Christ Church, Oxford, 22 January no year

AUDUBON, John James (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature ('John J Audubon') from the foot of a letter, with most of fourteen words remaining, and the address - 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square.

AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, Duke of Sussex (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Wildman, 4 pages 8vo (opaque mounting tape applied over the signature), Kensington Palace, 20 August 1827.

AURIC, George (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed on a small card, 105 x 90 mm (4 x 3½ inches), dated September 1953.

AUSTIN, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed in ink in white space at the foot, head-and-shoulders view of the older poet.

AUTOGRAPH COLLECTING (This is a link to the full description)
Series of ca 57 letters mostly to Thomas Mapplebeck of Kingston-upon-Hull, ca 1853 to 1891. Tipped in to the remains of a bound volume, a few loose.

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BABBAGE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publisher John Murray, 1 page 8vo (extensive traces of mounting, with some weakness repaired), Dorset Street, 2 May 1856.

BABBAGE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to R. Cooke, presumably Robert Cooke, John Murray's assistant, 1 page 16mo (some soiling), 4 June 1852.

BABBAGE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), to Mr & Mrs William Prescott, 1 page 16mo, Dorset Street, 12 March no year

BABBAGE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 16mo (old repair to lower left hand corner, traces of mounting on the reverse), Dorset Street, 8 June no year [before 1852].

BABBAGE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry [perhaps Major General Sir Henry Knights Storks (1811-1874)], 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with blank leaf, 1 Dorset Street, 8 October 1858.

BACK, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS, 1 page 8vo (trimmed at the top), no place, no date

BACK, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Campbell', 3 pages 16mo, 45 Great Marlborough Street, 'Friday' no date (watermark [18]37).

BACK, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALs to an unnamed admiral, 1 page 8vo (small stains in the left hand margin, not affecting the text), 109 Gloucester Place, Port[land] Sq[uare], no date

BACK, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Hogg', 2 pages 8vo, Torquay, 27 September 1844.

BACKHAUS, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Wilhelm Backhaus / Darlington, October 30th 1907') on a pink sheet, ca 180 x 70 mm (7 x 2½ inches), with note of identification.

BACKHAUS, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation, of 3 bars, dedicated to Mr Buckley, Birmingham, 19 October 1925.

BACKHAUS, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Wilhelm Backhaus / 10.4.35.') in pencil on small white card, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

BADEAU, Adam (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Major Sniffen, 2 pages 8vo (the blank leaf neatly inlaid), Consulate General of the United States, London 3 December 1877.

BADEAU, Adam (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Holland [one of the daughters of Sir Henry Holland], 2½ pages 8vo, Great Malvern, 1 August no year

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature in black ink, dated 25 January 1905.

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches), dated 8 March 1931.

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Splendid large photograph signed ('Baden Powell of Gilwell / Chief Scout'), laid down on card and measuring in all 400 x 320 mm (16 x 12½ inches).

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Robert Baden Powell') on half a sheet of Mauldslie Castle, Carluke embossed writing paper, laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Fine, bold signature and date ('24.2.05'), ca 85 x 125 mm (3½ x 5 inches). Some traces of former mounting at the corners.

BADEN POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Lord Ebury, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Pax Hill, Bentley, Hampshire, 9 December 1925.

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Fine cabinet photograph by Elliott & Fry of London, signed and dated 3 May 1910.

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink 'R Baden Powell MGenl', a little smudged (presumably by B.P. himself).

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to 'My dear Williams', 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, 8 St George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, 5 July 1899.

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Stewart in Edinburgh, 2 pages 8vo on a folded sheet with address and postal cancellations on the reverse (torn in the centre), 25 June 1900.

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Erroll, 1 page 8vo (a little worn), War Office [blind stamp], 29 May no year

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('R Baden-Powell M. Genl') on a small slip of linen-backed paper (very slight foxing), no date

BADER, Sir Douglas Robert Steuart (This is a link to the full description)
First-day cover ('Return to Colditz' in aid of the Red Cross) signed by Bader, Dick Howe, Lady Airy ('Airy of Abingdon', widow of Airy Neave) and Pat Reid.

BADER, Sir Douglas Robert Steuart (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph salutation to Miss Barbara Kelsey, 1 page 4to, 5 Petersham Mews, 21 April 1982.

BADER, Sir Douglas Robert Steuart (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard reproduction of an aerial card of 1911, signed by Bader and Wing Commander R.H. McIntosh, with cancellation stamp dated 9 September 1981.

BAGNOLD, Enid (Lady Jones) (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink (slightly smudged) on white card, 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

BAILLIE, Joanna (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the actor George Bartley (1782?-1858), 3 pages 8vo with address-leaf (mounting tape to reverse, small seal-tear), Hampstead, 'Sunday evening', no date

BAIRD, John Logie (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Tweedie, 1 page 8vo (trimmed without loss of text, note of identification at the head), no place, 12 September 1930.

BAKER, Sir Samuel White (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Messrs Dickens and Son, 1 page 8vo (rather dust-stained), Sandford Orleigh, Newton Abbot, 3 & 5 December no year

BAKER, Sir Samuel White (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to (?John Callcott) Horsley, 3 pages 8vo, 3 pages 8vo, Sandford Orleigh, newton Abbott, 24 April 1882.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Woods', 2 pages 8vo, Astley Hall, Stourport, 3 May 1915.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Woods', 4 pages 8vo, 93 Eaton Square, 6 May 1914.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Woods, 1½ pages 8vo, 93 Eaton Square, 6 November 1914.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Woods', 3 pages 8vo (a little creased), House of Commons (blind stamp), 19 November 1912.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Baldwin's calling-card, with printed address '10 Downing Street, S.W.'.

BALDWIN, Stanley, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph superscript to the poet Sir Henry Newbolt (1862-1938), 1 page 4to (paper clip mark), 10 Downing Streeet, 18 June 1928.

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS headed 'Private' to [Carl] Hentschel, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, 4 Carlton Gardens, 20 August 1917.

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature from the foot of a (secretarially written) letter.

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, probably cut from the foot of a letter, ca 35 x 115 mm (1½ x 4½ inches).

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to C Swann Sheild, 1 page 4to (somewhat soiled in the folds), 4 Carlton Gardens, Pall Mall, 24 March 1909.

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a white correspondence card, Whittingehame, Prestonkirk, Scotland.

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Fine cabinet photograph by the London Stereoscopic Company, half-length, signed in ink on the lower border (some traces of mounting on the reverse).

BALFOUR, Arthur James, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS (dictated) to Mr [?Herbert] Samuel, 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, 10 Downing Street, 5 December 1904.

BALL, Sir Robert S. (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to H[erbert] M[inton] Cundall (1848-1904, Senior Keeper at the V & A), 4½ pages 8vo, Cambridge, 30 August to 7 October 1904.

BALZAC, Honoré de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his lawyer Labois, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, ?1 May 1833.

BALZAC, Honoré de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('de B') to his friend Dutacq, 1 page 8vo (left hand margin slight uneven, not affecting the text), no date

BALZAC, Honoré de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('de Balzac') to Victor Hugo, 1 page large 8vo with integral blank, [Passy], 20 February 1845.

BAMFORD, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Revd Sir'), 1 page 8vo, (remains of backing-sheet), Blakeley [Blackley], 26 June 1846.

BAMFORD, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Francis Spencer, 1 page 8vo, Portland Town, 2 August 1854.

BANKS, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to a doctor (name not deciphered), 1 page 8vo (oblong), Soho Square, 1 December 1814.

BANKS, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [James] Mease (1794-1848) in Philadelphia, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf bearing endorsements, Soho Square, 15 August 1818.

BANKS, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Nicol (1740?-1828, bookseller and publisher), 1 page 4to with address-leaf and Nicol's reply on the inner pages, Soho Square, 26 June 1799.

BANKS, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('my dear Sir'), 1½ pages 8vo with endorsement, Soho Square, 5 August 1811.

BANKS, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription taken from the foot of a letter, laid down, no date

BANNISTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Miss Coombe, 1 page 8vo (oblong, trimmed and inlaid with very slight loss of text), no place, no date

BARBAULD, Anna Letitia (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Hannah More, 4 pages 4to with address ('Mrs H More') and remains of seal, small piece removed from foot of first leaf, Palgrave, 22 May no year

BARBIÉ DU BOCAGE, Jean-Denis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Barbié du Bocage') to M. Blaise, bookseller to the Duchesse d'Orleans, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, [Paris], 5 October 1824.

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Self-caricature, signed, in pencil, head and shoulder, in profile, on an album leaf, ca 125 x 80 mm (4½ x 3 inches).

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of a recital at Grange Park School, Lancashire on 22 October 1946, signed by Barbirolli, Laurance Turner, Clifford Knowles and Sydney Errington.

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature in black ink on white card, ca 60 x 90 mm (2¼ x 3½ inches), trimmed and laid down on a black leaf.

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a letter ('as ever / John Barbirolli') and laid down on an album leaf, ca 125 x 80 mm (4½ x 3 inches).

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Miss [Elise] Gordon, 1 page 4to, on writing-paper of the Hallé Concerts Society, 2 May 1956.

BARBIROLLI, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Devereux, 1 page 4to (a little soiled), Hallé Concerts Society, Manchester, 27 September 1956.

BARING, Alexander, Baron Ashburton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ashburton') to the painter R[ichard] Westmacott, 1 page 8vo (tracs of moutning on the reverse), Alresford, 13 September 1840.

BARING-GOULD, Sabine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?Tromp, 1 page 8vo, Lew Trenchard, North Devon, 31 October 1907.

BARING-GOULD, Sabine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Gould in Campden Hill Gardens, London, 1 p. 8vo, Lew Trenchard, ['30 July 1891'].

BARING-GOULD, Sabine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS probably to a bookseller, 1 page 8vo (slightly trimmed at the foot, and a little foxed), Lew Trenchard, North Devon, 1 November 1892.

BARKSTEAD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Colonel Clerke, 1 page folio with address-leaf (rather browned), Tower of London, 3 December 1655.

BARNARDO, Thomas John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (couched in the third person but signed), to Mrs Wyburn, 1 page 8vo, Stepney Causeway, 2 March 1882.

BARNES, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Samson, 1 page 8vo, The Rectory, Winterborne Came, 14 March 1885.

BARNUM, Phineas Taylor (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to ?Brettell, 2 pages 8vo on thin paper, with integral blank, White Bear Inn, Manchester, 21 October 1856.

BARRETT, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Lackington Allen & Company at the Temple of the Muses, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf, Plymouth, 12 February 1809.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (written with the left and signed with the right?) to A J Pearse, ½-page 8vo with envelope, Stanway, Cheltenham, 1 January 1932.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive short ALS to J C Dent of Westminster City School, 1 page 8vo with envelope (soiled), Adelphi Terrace House, 8 August 1934.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Carl] Hentschel, 1 page 8vo, Leinster Corner, Lancaster Gate, 29 May 1903.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Hammerton, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Leinster Corner, Lancaster Gate, 2 December 1905.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Charles] Buchel (Karl August Büchel, 1872-1950, artist), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Leinster Corner, Lancaster Gate, 24 November 1904.

BARRIE, Sir James Matthew (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to the actor Robert Bilcliffe Loraine (1876-1935), 5 pages small 4to, 1918 and 1928 with one indistinct date.

BARROW, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, addressed at the foot to Rear Admiral G[raham] E[den] Hamond ('S America'), 1 page folio, partly printed, Admiralty, 21 December 1835.

BARROW, Sir John, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on vellum, partially printed and completed by hand, 26 April 1842.

BARRY, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H.A. Darbishire of 4 Trafalgar Square, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Old Palace Yard, 12 February 1857.

BARRY, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear sir'), 2½ pages 8vo (a little creased), Westminster, 13 May 1845.

BARRY, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas ?Channon at the office of works, Whitehall, 1 page 4to (oblong, seal-tear), Foley Place, 6 August 1836.

BARRY, Edward Middleton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Cuthill?, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 21 Abingdon Street, 5 December 1871.

BARTLEY [formerly Smith], Sarah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Smith at the theatre in Exeter, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf (old repairs affecting a few words), London, 29 July 1835.

BARTOK, Béla (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph postcard (unsigned) to Adila Arányi with a short message inscribed on the picture of a rustic snow-covered barn, no place, 24 December 1902.

BARTOK, Béla (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature in ink on paper, 88 x 116 mm. (3½ x 4½ inches).

BARTOK, Béla (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Wilhelmina Creel, 2 pages 4to with envelope (stamp removed), The California Limited, Santa Fe ('somewhere in Kansas State'), 8 December 1941.

BARYE, Antoine-Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('Barye') to a gentleman (perhaps the director of a museum or gallery), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 6 December no year

BASS, Michael Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs. M.B. Foster & Sons, 1 page 8vo, Rangemore, Burton on Trent, 13 January 1873.

BATTEN, Jean Gardner (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches), dated 1937 in her hand.

BAX, Sir Arnold Edward Trevor (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars from the third Symphony (bassoon solo), signed and dated in ink 'Arnold Bax / June 1944 / Storrington. Sussex'.

BAYLY, Thomas Haynes (This is a link to the full description)
Six song verses, 3 autograph ('The song of the Dying Bard', 'They deem it a sorrow gone by' etc), 6 pages 4to on ruled paper, no date, unsigned.

BAYLY, (Nathaniel) Thomas Haynes (This is a link to the full description)
Group of four ALsS to various correspondents, 6 pages 4to & 3 pages 8vo, 1831 and 1837 where dated

BAZALGETTE, Sir Joseph William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A. Vogue, 1 page 8vo, Engineer's Department, Spring Gardens, 10 February 1865.

BEATRICE, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (incomplete), last 1½ pages 8vo, no place, no date

BEATRICE, Mary Victoria Feodore (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Lord De Ros, 2 pages 8vo, no place (embossed coronet writing paper), 14 May 1868.

BEATTY, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signed Photograph, ca 185 x 235mm (7½ x 9½ inches) laid down on stiff card, undated.

BEATTY, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter, rather worn and laid down, no date

BEAUVOIR, Roger de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to M. Molker of the Opera Comique, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

BEAVERBROOK, Max Aitken, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('M.B.') with autograph postscript signed 'B', to Lady Anderson, 1 page 4to, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, 28 September 1946.

BEAVERBROOK, Max Aitken, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Beaverbrook') and typed subscription cut from the foot of a letter and laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 1½ x 4 inches.

BEAVERBROOK, Max Aitken, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Beaverbrook') to David Rose of Paramount Pictures, 1 page 4to, Shell Mex House, 18 November 1941.

BEAVERBROOK, Max Aitken, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Beaverbrook') to Lady Cave, 1 page small 4to, Stornoway House, Cleveland Row, St James's, 12 March 1930.

BECKETT, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on one side of a correspondence card to Joys Verhagen, with envelope, Paris 8 July 1966.

BECKFORD, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, made out on a small slip to Messrs Morlands & Co in favour of the bearer for £100, London, 21 February 1826.

BEDFORD, John Russell, 6th Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS ('Bedford') to a clergyman, on spiritual matters, 10½ pages 8vo, (seal-tear), Woburn Abbey and Endsleigh, 31 Janaury, 17 May and 7 June 1839.

BEDFORD, Francis Russell, 7th Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a clergyman, thanking him for printing the 6th Duke's funeral sermon, and requesting more copies, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, ?Welwyn, 28 Nov 1839.

BEECHAM, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on paper (closely torn at the bottom, some glue-stains showing through).

BEECHAM, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Remarkable collection of 10 letters and other material to Phyllis Morley (b. 1889), daughter of George Morley, founder of Morley Harps.

BEERBOHM, Sir Henry Maximilian (Max) (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Carl Hentschel, 2 pages 8vo, Savile Club, November 1902.

BEERBOHM, Sir Henry Maximilian (Max) (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) [to Carl Hentschel], ½-page 8vo, 48 Upper Berkeley Street, 16 November 1900.

BEERBOHM, Sir Henry Maximilian (Max) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Nona] Stewart, 2 pages 8vo, 48 Upper Berkeley Street, 8 May 1899.

BEETON, Samuel Orchart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Doctor', 2 pages 8vo (some traces of mounting on the second leaf), 39 Bedford Street, 26 March 1876.

BELL, (Arthur) Clive Heward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Luigino [Franchetti], 2 pages 8vo (small, original ink smudge), Charleston, Firle, Sussex, 30 April 1937.

BELL, Gertrude (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Sir Frank Swettenham ('Sir Oracle!'), 5 pages 8vo, Red Barns, Coatham, Redcar, 25 October ['1904' in pencil in another hand].

BELLOC, Elizabeth (Bessie) Parkes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear cousin Elizabeth', 3½ pages 8vo, Scaland's Gate, Robertsbridge, Hawkhurst, no date

BELLOC, Hilaire (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Christy, 1 page 8vo on grey writing paper, St German's, 1 March 1929. Recipient's date-stamp at top left (very faint).

BELLOC, Hilaire (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Si Vales Valeo / Auctor'), 2 pages 8vo (card from former mounting adhering to the back), 104 Cheyne Walk, 10 January 1903 (foxed).

BELLOC, Hilaire (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript poem, heavily reworked, 1 page 8vo, undated.

BELLOC, Hilaire (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to 'Gentlemen', ½-page 4to on black-edged paper, Kings Land, Shipley, Horsham, 2 February 1934.

BELLOC, Hilaire (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque completed and signed by Belloc, drawn on Lloyds Bank Limited, with the usual bank cancellations and revenue stamp.

BENEDICT, Sir Julius (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript of a song 'The Earth is waking at the voice of May ...', 5 pages folio (very brittle and chipped in places), signed at the top, no date

BENEDICT, Sir Julius (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W.W. Day, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 2 Manchester Square, 16 August 1860.

BENEDICT, Sir Julius (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to the Birmingham solicitor W[illiam] J[ames] Beale, in all 5 pages 8vo, 2 Manchester Square, 9 July 1872 and 7 January 1874.

BENNETT, (Enoch) Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to Charles Wilson, 1 page 4to, 75 Cadogan Square, 30 December 1928.

BENNETT, (Enoch) Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to A. Dyce Duckworth RN on HMS Lion, 1 page 4to with envelope, Comarques, Thorpe-le-Soken, 23 March 1918.

BENNETT, (Enoch) Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Arn. Bennett') to 'Gothamite', 2 pages 4to (traces of former mounting in the margin), Comarques, Thorpe-le-Soken, 6 January 1914.

BENNETT, (Enoch) Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Reginald Turner, 1 page 8vo on a letter-card, 14 St Simon's Avenue, Putney, 'Saturday' (postmark 30 November 1912).

BENNETT, (Enoch) Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Arnold Bennett') to ?Bellamy, 2 sides of a letter-card (slight traces of former mounting), 80 Piccadilly, 31 August ?1915.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 6 ALsS and an AL (third person), one in German, with transcriptions, bound in red cloth with gold title on the spine, with related ephemera.

BENNETT, William James Early (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (laid down on card), St Barnabas, Pimlico, 26 July 1849.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 50 Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens, 4 November 1863.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Lowe, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 50 Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens, 31 March 1863.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Brown, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 50 Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens, 30 December 1862.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Walter Joy, 4 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (traces of former mounting in the left hand margin), Terminus Hotel, Eastbourne, 22 July 1858.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd J.B. Mayor, 1 page 8vo, on embossed writing paper of the Athenaeum, 10 November 1864.

BENNETT, Sir William Sterndale (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Charlotte Helen] Sainton[-Dolby], 2 pages 8vo (piece of the blank third page excised and replaced with similar paper), Eastbourne, 11 August 1867.

BENSON, Arthur Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Bryant, agreeing to say a few words at his school, 2 pages 8vo, Magdalene College, Cambridge, 13 Feb 1925.

BENSON, Arthur Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Editor of the Times, 1½ pages 8vo, Eton College, 17 May 1902.

BENSON, Edward Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Lewis Powles in Rye, 1½ pages 8vo with envelope (postage stamp removed), Lamb House, Rye, 1 June 1934.

BENSON, Edward Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Lewis] Powles, a neighbour in Rye, 2 pages 8vo, Lamb House, Rye, 19 September 1934.

BENSON, Edward Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Lewis] Powles, a neighbour in Rye, 2 pages 8vo, Lamb House, Rye, 13 May 1937.

BENSON, Edward Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Lewis] Powles, a neighbour in Rye, 2 pages 8vo, Lamb House, Rye, 22 September 1938.

BENSON, Edward Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Lewis] Powle, a neighbour in Rye, 1½ pages 8vo (some original ink blotting on the reverse), Lamb House, Rye, 27 September 1938.

BENSON, Edward White (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Bishop of Down & Connor, 3 pages 8vo (press photograph of Benson tipped to the top of the second page), Lambeth Palace, 29 March 1889.

BENTHAM, Jeremy (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Southwood Smith ('My dear Doctor'), 1 page 8vo (trimmed), 21 May 1830 'at night'.

BENTHAM, Jeremy (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Southwood Smith (1788-1861, unitarian minister and medical populariser), 1 page 16mo, 8 December 1830 ('Wednesday Night').

BENTHAM, Jeremy (This is a link to the full description)
Series of thirty-five letters to Leicester [Fitzgerald Charles] Stanhope (later fifth Earl of Harrington), 63 pages 16mo and 8vo, 1823-1831 and no date

BENTHAM, Jeremy (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to M[atthew] D[avenport] Hill, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Q[ueen] S[quare] P[lace], 22 September 1823 ('½ after 11 A.M.').

BERESFORD, Lord Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear George', 2 pages 8vo, HMS King Edward VII, Channel Fleet, 15 September 1908.

BERESFORD, Lord Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain Manach, 1 page 8vo, Royal Dockyard, Chatham, 8 August 1893.

BERESFORD, William Carr, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Thomas Collins, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf and remains of a red wax seal, Bedgebury Park, 13 May 1842.

BERESFORD, Lord Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph ('Charles Beresford / Admiral'), showing the admiral in full uniform standing before a door on a ship.

BERKELEY, Sir Lennox (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph showing the composer in the foreground of a lake, inscribed to Miss Joy Ventiagem in a white part of the sky and dated 1964.

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Camille [?Pal], 1 page 8vo (very slightly trimmed), slightly smudged where folded when the ink was wet, Paris, 12 October 1867.

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Krug, choirmaster of the ducal chapel in Carlsruhe, 3 pages 8vo with envlope (lacking stamp), Baden Baden, Monday, 9 August 1857.

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Berthold Damcke, 1 page 16mo on black-edged paper with integral blank, [Paris], 'Jeudi soir', no date

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his lifelong friend Humbert Ferrand, at Belley, 1 page large 8vo with facing integral address-leaf, La Côte[-Saint-André], Saturday [16] June 1832.

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to the music critic Edward Holmes (1796?-1859), 3 pages 16mo with envelope, no place [probably London], postmark 30 May 1853.

BERLIOZ, Hector (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Boleyne Reeves in 'queen Ann Street / cavendish square', 1 page 8vo with blank leaf and envelope, no place, [probably London], 'Vendredi soir' no date

BERNADOTTE, Jean Baptiste Jules (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, also signed by Talleyrand, 1 page large folio on a printed form, 17 Nivose, An II [7 January 1803].

BERNHARDT, Sarah (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed clearly in ink and dated, Berlin 6 November 1902.

BERNHARDT, Sarah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to her lawyer, Vaucherot, 2½ pages 16mo with her characgeristic grey border and monogram, no date

BERNSTEIN, Leonard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Greek harpsichordist, Lina Lalandi, 1 page 4to with autograph envelope with Bernstein's name and return address on the flap, 7 March 1972.

BERNSTEIN, Leonard (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Greek harpsichordist, Lina Lalandi, 1 page 4to (oblong), New York Philharmonic, 18 January 1972.

BERNSTEIN, Leonard (This is a link to the full description)
Menu from Maxim's, Paris, dated 1 November 1976, inscribed on a blank leaf to the Greek harpsichordist, Lina Lalandi, and signed 'Larry B'.

BERNSTEIN, Leonard (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for the 'Homage to Stravinsky', concert at the Albert Hall, 6 April 1972, inscribed to Lina [Lalandi], 24 pages folio and cover in fine condition.

BERRY, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS, two of them brief notes, 12 pages 8vo, 1846 and 1850 where dated with an ALS from her sister Agnes Bury 29 July 1849.

BERTRAND, Fanny (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 4to, Longwood, 18 April 1819.

BERTRAND, Henri Gratien, Count (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), in French, to Lieut-Colonel Downs, thanking him for his hospitality, 1 page 8vo, Knightstown, 9 August 1843.

BESSEMER, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Henry Bessemer') to L. Loveland, 1 page 8vo, Denmark Hill, 2 December 1880.

BESSEMER, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.C. Bayley, 2 pages 8vo, (facing pages, vertical crease), Denmark Hill, Surrey, 31 December 1871.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine collection of five autograph Manuscripts and two typescripts.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Ross, 1 page 8vo, The Mead, Wantage, 11 January 1954.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, Thorpe House, Oval Way, Gerard's Cross, 6 July 1928.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to Mrs Rawlins on 1 page 4to (two filing-holes in left hand margin not affecting the text), 43 Cloth Fair, 9 September 1970.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed (initials), to Graham Watson of Curtis Brown Ltd, Cornwall, 12 March 1973.

BETJEMAN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Revealing TLS to the poet Clifford Dyment (1914-1971), 1 page 8vo (oblong), Farnborough, Wantage, 30 December 1949.

BEWICK, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Blank printed receipt for a 'Copy of Esop's Fables', issued by Bewick and his son, Robert, and 'signed' with Bewick's woodcut thumb-print.

BINYON, (Robert) Laurence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Christopher] Nevinson, 1 page 8vo (oblong), British Museum, 15 March 1933.

BIRLEY, Sir Oswald (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow-artist Flora Lion, 1 page 4to, The Corner House, 62 Wellington Road, 20 November 1933.

BISMARCK, Otto von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('vBismarck') to an unnamed correspondent (probably his banker), 1 page 4to (margins slightly frayed), Frankfurt am Main, 30 June 1856.

BISMARCK, Otto von (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Oberlehrer Dr Fley, 1 page 8vo (very slight spotting) with the original envelope, 5 August 1893.

BIZET, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher Monsieur'), 1 page small 8vo, no date

BIZET, George (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to his librettist Louis Gallet, 1 page 8vo with Gallet's addition on the last leaf, n.p,, no date [? May 1872].

BIZET, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Doctor Blanche, 2 pages 16mo on conjoint leaves, with envlope, no place, no date. With the stamp of the Thorek Collection on a blank page.

BJÖRNSON, Björnstjerne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent and an Autograph Postcard Signed to Johannes Marer, 1½ pages 8vo, Aulestad and no place, 21 April 1890 and no date [postmark 31 January 1892].

BLACKETT, Basil P. (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 5 TLsS to N.P. MacDonald, discussing Blackett's contribution to a symposium on 'Patriotism', 5 pages 4to, Victoria, 1934-35.

BLACKMORE, Richard Doddridge (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to A G Ross, 1 page 12mo, Teddington, 24 February 1887.

BLACKMORE, Richard Doddridge (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from a letter, in characteristic blue ink, no date

BLACKMORE, Richard Doddridge (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph receipt signed, 1 page small 8vo (oblong, some stains and marks), 9 July 1891.

BLACKSTONE, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Eden, 1 page 4to (old repairs to lower corners), 'Wednesday Even. / 24 January' no year

BLAKE, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page folio (chipped at the edges), 15 November 1653, signed also by William Burton and Thomas Kelsey, Commissioners of the Navy.

BLANC, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Madame et amie'), 1 page 8vo, London, 24 June 1865.

BLANC, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herzen, 1 page 8vo (slight traces of mounting on the reverse), 'Vendredi soir', no date

BLERIOT, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('L Bleriot') on the reverse of a picture postcard showing [Adolphe-Célestin] Pegoud in the cockpit of his aeroplane, no date

BLESSINGTON, Marguerite, Countess of (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to "Maria Louisa" (the Countess's quotes), 2 pages 8vo with coronetted gold monogram, Gore House, Kensington, 13 May no year (watermark 1841).

BLESSINGTON, Marguerite, Countess of (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('M Blessington') and valediction from a letter.

BLESSINGTON, Marguerite, Countess of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (slight browning and one stain), Gore House, 15 June no year

BLISS, Sir Arthur Edward Drummond (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink dated 10 August 1944 on the upper part of a sheet of 'Pen Pits' writing paper.

BLONDIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('J.F. Blondin'), dated 1895 on a small piece, laid down (a little foxed).

BLOOMFIELD, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and a few words cut from the foot of a letter to one of his children, 45 x 105 mm (ca 2 x 4 inches).

BLOOMFIELD, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Isaac Bird in Bury, 1 page 4to, with address-leaf, City Road, London 25 July 1811.

BLOOMFIELD, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the book-collector Thomas Hill (1760-1840), 1 page 4to with address on the reverse, City Road, 28 March 1812.

BLOUET, Lëon Paul (Max O'Rell) (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to an unnamed correspondent, 4½ pages 8vo, St James's and Paris, 1901-1902.

BLOUET, Lëon Paul (Max O'Rell) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 2 Lime Grove, Uxbridge Road, 16 June 1884.

BLUCHER, Gebhard Lebrecht von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr Schwenke (?), 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf, B[erlin?], 19 October 1814.

BLUNDEN, Edmund Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript Signed of a poem, 35 lines on 2 separate pages 4to, no date

BLUNDEN, Edmund Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Isaac Levine in Chicago, 2 pages 8vo on separate conjoined leaves, with envelope, Stansfield, nr. Clare, Suffolk, 23 May 1923.

BLUNDEN, Edmund Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Seventeen pages of autograph critical notes for 'John Clare / a Life' by J.W. and Anne Tibble, with seven ALsS (some signed with initials).

BLYTON, Enid Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Mrs M. Bulleid, 4 pages 4to with envelope, Green Hedges, Beaconsfield, 21 February 1956.

BLYTON, Enid Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to her biographer, George Greenfield, 1 page 4to (irregular filing-holes only just touching the text), Green Hedges, Beaconsfield, 26 February 1948.

BLYTON, Enid Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a picture postcard to the children at the Council Girls' School in Midsomer Norton, Old Hatch, Bourne End, ?1930 (slightly dust-stained).

BLYTON, Enid Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Mummy') to her second daughter, Imogen, 1 page 4to (slight traces of mounting) with envelope (trimmed), Green Hedges, watermark 23 November 1949.

BODICHON, Barbara Leigh Smith (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Phipson, 2½ pages 8vo, Scalands Gate, Robertsbridge, Hawkhurst, no date

BOER WAR DIARY (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph diary of Trooper F. Crook, 32 pages in a free booklet with an additional page from what appears to be a folded account book, 1900-1901.

BOER WAR (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Corporal T. Peter to his 'brother', 4 pages 8vo, 1st Gordon Highlanders, South African Field Force, 26 March 1900.

BOITO, Arrigo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in Italian to 'Caro Tito', 2 pages 8vo, no place, no date

BOLINGBROKE, Henry St John, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, (small hole affecting the year), no place, 7 June [17]25.

BOLINGBROKE, Henry St John, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('H StreetJohn'), 2 pages folio, Whitehall, 5 April 1712.

BONAPARTE, Jérome (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Le Gal Jerome Bonaparte'), 1 page 8vo (light attached by the blank leaf to the remains of an album leaf), Paris, 5 October 1848.

BONAPARTE, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Joseph'), as King of Spain, in French, to his uncle, ½-page 4to, Madrid, 6 August 1811.

BONAPARTE, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Joseph') as King of Naples, 1 page folio, Naples, 20 June 1807.

BONAPARTE, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to the Archchancellor [Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès], 1 page folio (some slight browning), Portici, 30 October 1806.

BONAPARTE, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Louis Bonaparte') to the minister of war (Berthier), 1 page folio with engraved vignette, Paris, 12 Germinal An 12 [2 April 1804].

BONHEUR, Marie Rosalie (Rosa) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed man ('Monsieur'), 2 pages 12mo, 29 July 1898.

BOOTH, William, 'General' (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Faithfully yours / William Booth / London Feb 25.05') on red embossed Salvation Army writing paper, ca 90 x 135 mm (3½ x 5½ inches).

BOOTH, William, 'General' (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment and signature, laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 120 x 135 mm (4½ x 5½ inches), 18 November 1898.

BOOTHBY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J Phillips, 1 page 8vo on embossed writing paper of the Treasury Chambers, with envelope, Whitehall, 21 February [1928].

BORDEN, Sir Robert Laird (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), Glensmere, Ottawa, 25 January 1927.

BORROW, George (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Notes on the Romany language, 1 page 4to (oblong), no date with two smaller autograph fragments.

BORROW, George (This is a link to the full description)
Part of the galley-proof of Romano-Lavo Lil (1874), one side heavily corrected, together with the Autograph Manuscript of an eleven-line replacement section.

BORROW, George (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('G.H. Borrow') on a flyleaf detached from a book, no date

BOSCAWEN, Edward ('Old Dreadnought') (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio on vellum (a little soiled and with a nibble from the foot, but in good condition), papered seal, 2 August 1758.

BOSCAWEN, George Evelyn, Viscount Falmouth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed peer ('My Lord'), 1 page 4to, Tregothnan, 31 December 1805.

BOTHA, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink, tightly trimmed at the right-hand edge, undated.

BOUCICAULT, Dionysius Lardner (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Dion Boucicault') to Mr ?Tangye, 1 page 8vo (tipped to the reamains of an album leaf), 9 Bentinck Street, 11 November no year

BOULT, Sir Adrian (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS, to Miss Myerscough and Miss [Jeanne] Heal, 2 pages 4to, 38 Wigmore Street, May and August 1972.

BOULT, Sir Adrian (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph superscript and subscript to Michael Dawney of Trinity and All Saints' Colleges in Leeds, 1½ pages 4to, 38 Wigmore Street, 31 December 1971.

BOURCHIER, John, third Earl of Bath (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('John Bathon') to his wife [Margaret], 1 page 4to with address-leaf, (some foxing, a few words blurred), Hengrave, 3 November 1550.

BOURDELLE, Antoine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the composer Vincent D'Indy ('cher Maître'), 2 pages large 4to (some splitting at the folds), no place, no date [probably 1926].

BOURDELLE, Antoine (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to the art critic Armand Dayot, 6 pages 4to and 8vo with one envelope, Paris, 13 June 1912 and 12 February 1923.

BOWERS, Henry Robertson (This is a link to the full description)
Bowers's autograph notebook used during his service on the Sladen on the Irrawaddy [Burma], 1907, ca 55 pages, small 8vo with blanks, cloth boards.

BOWLES, William Lisle (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Madam'), offering to lend her a book, 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting), Calne, 21 Jul 1825.

BOWMAN, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Chepmell', 1 page 8vo (lightly soiled), 5 Clifford Street, 6 May 1873.

BOWRING, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Arminius] Vambéry at the Athenaeum, 1 page 8vo (some glue-stains showing through), Claremont, Exeter (blind stamp), 3 July 1865.

BOWRING, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS headed 'Confidential' to Richard Cobden, 1 page 4to, London, 10 December 1848.

BOWRING, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr R.B. Hardy in Glasgow, 2 pages 4to (slight glue-stains), London, 3 August 1835.

BRADSHAW, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the treasurers at war (or any two of them), 1 page folio with second leaf and endorsements, Council of State, Whitehall, 20 May 1651.

BRAGG, Sir William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Berridge, 1 page 8vo (unevenly torn at the right hand side, not affecting the text), Royal Institution, 25 April no year

BRAHMS, Johannes (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Johannes B') to his life-long friend, the composer [Julius Otto] Grimm, 3 pages 8vo (repairs to the folds), no date Editorially dated December 1890.

BRAHMS, Johannes (This is a link to the full description)
Brahms's visiting card with printed name and address and an autograph note on the reverse.

BRAHMS, Johannes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('J.Br.') to the music publisher Fritz Simrock, 4 pages 8vo, dated in another hand Vienna, 19 April 1884.

BRAHMS, Johannes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a lady ('Geehrteste Frau Dr.'), 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf (one small stain), no place, no date [1888 or later].

BRAZIL, Angela (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Pyke, 3½ pages 8vo (a little soiled), The Quadrant, Coventry [blind stamp], 5 March 1918.

BRETEUIL (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on slightly foxed paper, with printed notes of identification, and secretarial signature of Louis XVI, 1 page 8vo (oblong).

BREWSTER, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John] Murray, the publisher, 1 page 8vo, 111 Princes Street, Edinburgh, 17 April 1856.

BREWSTER, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William White, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, 1 page 8vo, Allerly Melrose, 25 July 1864.

BREWSTER, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed (with his honours and degrees), in Latin, ca 450 x 550 mm (17½ x 21½ inches) on vellum with impressive green leather seal; 10 January 1846.

BREWSTER, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (lightly hinged to a mount), St Andrews, 15 July 1840.

BREWSTER, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Editor of The Scotsman, 3 pages 8vo, Allerly, Melrose [on writing paper of Edinburgh University], 5 November 1867.

BRIAN, Havergal (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Peter Wiener, 2 pages 8vo in green ink with envelope (two small stains), The Marlinspike, Shoreham by Sea, 5 October 1966.

BRIDGE, Sir John Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Six ALsS to [Dr John E.] Borland, his assistant at Westminster Abbey, 24 pages 8vo, ca 1906.

BRIGHT, John (This is a link to the full description)
Collection comprising five ALsS to various correspondents, 8 pages 8vo and 16mo, London and Rochdale, 17 February 1850 to 14 April 1883.

BRIGHT, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the sculptor Francis Chantrey, 4 pages 8vo (some faint pencilling on the third page), 14 Bloomsbury Square, 7 June 1830.

BRISBANE, Sir Thomas Makdougall (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 16mo, with endorsement on the reverse, 14 June 1847.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bolshaw, 1 page 8vo, Old Mill, Snape, 8 September 1944.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card with the sketchy print of the Red House on the front, signed in ink on the inside with the 'New Address' printed below.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ben') to 'My dear Eddy' [?Sackville-West], 2 pages small 4to, as from 4 Crabbe Street [Crag House], Aldeburgh, 4 October ?1947.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Ben') to James Butt ('My dear Jim'), 1 page 4to with envelope, The Red House, Aldeburgh, 14 April 1970.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Ronald Senator, 1 page 4to, The Red House, Aldeburgh, 9 August 1971.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card with inscription ('many greetings') and signature; the card illustrated with a drawing of a red house.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card signed, with a detail from Anton Kern's Madonna & Child.

BRITTEN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for the performance of the War Requiem by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic on 15 April 1967, 20 pages 8vo (rust marks from the staples).

BRODIE, Sir Benjamin Collins (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Monteagle, 6½ pages 8vo, Broome, Betchworth, Jersey, 5 November 1853.

BROOKE, Sir Charles Anthoni Johnson (This is a link to the full description)
Enigmatic ALS to the Borneo Company Ltd, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Chesterton House, Cirencester, 6 November 1909.

BROOKE, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
Fine collection of letters from acquaintances of the Ranee of Sarawak, mainly concerning her books about life in Sarawak, ca 1898-1934, ca 78.

BROOKS, Charles William Shirley (This is a link to the full description)
Good satirical ALS to W C Bennett, 4 pages 8vo with envelope marked 'Private', no place, 'Friday' no date

BROUGHAM, Henry Peter, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Prescott, 2 pages 8vo, Piccadilly, 22 February 1840.

BROUGHAM, Henry Peter, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1½ pages 8vo (the second, blank, page irregularly torn off), 'Friday' no date

BROUGHAM, Henry Peter, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('H. Brougham') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf (some traces of mounting on the reverse), Hill Street, 10 July 1828.

BROUGHAM, Henry Peter, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALS to the Rev Gilbert Elliot, 1 page 8vo and 1 page 16mo with envelopes, both undated but one postmark is 1845.

BROWN, Ford Madox (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carpenter, 1 page 8vo, 37 Fitzroy Square, 17 May 1881.

BROWNE, Edward Granville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Burkin, denying that he had been cut off the telephone and regretting that they had not met, 1 p. 8vo, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 7 Oct 1912.

BROWNE, Sir Samuel James (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph by Maull & Fox, trimmed at the head, signed in ink, 'Sam Browne'.

BROWNING, Elizabeth Barrett (This is a link to the full description)
Important working autograph manuscript of two sonnets, Two Sketches and The Poet, 2 pages 16mo (back to back), [ca 1847].

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Talfourd, 1 page small 8vo (a little worn, mounted beneath an engraving), [Hanover Cottage], New Cross, Hatcham, 'Friday Mg.', no date

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Rossetti (probably Dante Gabriel), 1 page 8vo (laid down by the blank), 29 Devonshire Place, 'Tuesday', no date

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Alexander] Macmillan, 1 page 8vo (neatly laid down), 19 Warwick Crescent, 2 April 1871.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Flower [probably to Mrs W.H. Flower, wife of the president of the Zoological Society], 1 page 8vo, 19 Warwick Crescent, 13 May 1883.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [James Anthony] Froude, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 19 Warwick Crescent, 9 February 1867.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Robert Browning') and subscription in a small hand on a tiny slip from the foot of a letter, laid down.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Duchess of St Albans, 1 page 8vo with integral second leaf, 19 Warwick Crescent, 25 January 1881.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Concluding five lines and signature from an ALS, perhaps to Mrs [Theodore] Martin.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature from the foot of a letter, no date

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Poetical Quotation Signed (from his poem De Gustibus), 1 page 8vo on blind stamped crested paper, London 13 July 1871.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Henry] Schlesinger, 1 page 8vo (very slight traces of former mounting), 19 Warwick Crescent, 15 June 1882.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to [Barbara] Lyall, 1 page 8vo with integral blank (laid down) and original envelope, Palazzo Giustiniani-Recanati [Venice], 10 October 1883.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Layard, 1 page 8vo on folding paper incorporating the address, 19 Warwick Crescent, 18 February 1887.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Carnarvon (Herbert Henry Molyneux, fourth Earl of), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (remains of mount to the verso, 19 Warwick Crescent, 25 May 1879.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss (probably Barbara) Lyall, 1 page 8vo, Venice, 29 October 1883.

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Fine platinotype photograph signed and dated 8 November 1886 on the photographer's mount, the image 157 x 110 mm. (ca 6 x 4½ inches).

BROWNING, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion, comprising the signature and fourteen words from the foot of a letter, concluding 'acquaintance with a very clever man', no date

BRUCE, Dorothy Morris Fairlie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Pyke, 4 pages 8vo, 27 Boileau Road, Ealing, 13 November 1927.

BRUCH, Max (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed ('M. Bruch') in German to J[oseph] Joachim, [postmark Friedenau], 25 November 1897.

BRUCH, Max (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note, signed in full, on both sides of his printed visiting card, to Mrs Henschel, Breslau, 31 December 1885.

BRUCH, Max (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note, signed with initials, on both sides of his printed visiting card, to Mrs Henschel, Breslau, no date

BRUCH, Max (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars on one stave from Das Lied von der Glocke, 1 page 8vo (oblong, a little brittle witha small split), dated 1918.

BRUCH, Max (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) on both sides of his printed visiting card, to Mrs Henschel, no date With translation.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('I.K.B.') in pencil, to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (trimmed, traces of former mounting on verso, identified in ink), no place, no date

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on green form of Drummond's Bank, penny revenue stamp affixed to the upper left-hand corner.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 18 Duke Street, Westminster, 19 July 1844.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Glennie, 1 page 4to, no place, 14 June 1839.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on brown and white cheque form of Drummond's Bank, uncrossed, the signature clear and unmarked.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on a brown and white cheque form of Drummond's Bank, uncrossed, the signature clear and unmarked.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publisher J[ohn] Murray, 1 page 8vo (laid down on card), 7 May 1859.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on a brown and white cheque form of Drummond's Bank, uncrossed, the signature clear and unmarked.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on green form of Drummond's Bank, penny revenue stamp affixed to the upper left-hand corner.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C.W. Nixon, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf, with recipient's endorsement), 18 Duke Street, Westminster, 5 September 1856.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E.K. Copleston, 3 pages 8vo (traces of mount on the reverse), 18 Duke Street, 17 November 1852 (docketed 'Devon & Dorset Rail').

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Correspondence mainly concerning Monkwearmouth Docks, including four ALsS, one LS and one secretarial letter from Brunel, with 20 related letters.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of 7 ALsS & 1 LS to Daniel Gooch, locomotive superintendent of the Great Western Railway, 20 pages 8vo, 1854-1858.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.H. Wyatt, 2 pages 8vo, the first with a single pen-stroke of cancellation, 7 April 1846.

BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a contractor for the Great Western Railway J[ames] B. Bedborough, 1 page 4to with Bedborough's reply on the reverse, Bristol, 14 August [1839].

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Lahee, a house agent, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (stained strip of old mount adhering to the left hand side), 21 April 1826.

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Joseph] Bennett, his son's clerk, ½-page 8vo, no place, 16 January 1839, with integral address-leaf.

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Joseph] Bennett, his son's clerk, 1 page 8vo, no place, 25 May 1839, with integral address-leaf.

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('affectionately yours M.I. Brunel') to his son Isambard, ½-page 8vo, no place, 19 May 1836, with integral address leaf (slight seal tear on second sheet).

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Messrs Dineley, Coverdale & Lee, 2 pages 4to with address-leaves, Thames Tunnel, November and December 1836.

BRUNEL, Sir Marc Isambard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, 30 Bridge Street, Blackfriars, 11 January 1826.

BRYANT, William Cullen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs H Markell, 1 page 8vo (in very pale ink), Office of The Evening Post, New York, 23 May 1864.

BRYANT, William Cullen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (small fragment torn from lower left hand corner), Roslyn, Long Island, no year, 22 July 1875.

BRYANT, William Cullen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General J[ames] Grant Wilson (1832-1914, American editor , author and Civil War general), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, 25 October 1872.

BUCHANAN, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry Holland, 1 page 8vo, Thomas's Hotel [presumably London], 5 December 1853.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Gill, 1 page 8vo, Cocoa Tree Club, St James's Street, 5 July 1900.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 page 8vo (very slightly soiled), 24 Queen Mary Avenue, Glasgow, 20 September 1898.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript of an article or chapter headed 'Other Gods', closely written on 6 pages folio, numbered at the head by the author, undated.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('John Buchan') to [Hugh] Chesterman, illustrator, 1 page 8vo, Elsfield Manor, Oxford, 24 April 1931.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Tweedsmuir') to the illustrator, Hugh Chesterman, 1 page 4to (some pencil jottings on the reverse), Government House, Ottawa, 5 March 1937.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to the illustrator Hugh Chesterman, 1 page 4to, St Stephen's House, 28 March 1935.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to the illustrator Hugh Chesterman, 1 page 4to (some wear at the edges and small hole in the fold, not affecting the text, Elsfield Manor, 15 September 1932.

BUCHAN, John, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('John Buchan') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 page 8vo (very slightly soiled), 24 Queen Mary Avenue, Glasgow, 20 September 1898.

BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, Second Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Thomas Osborne, 1 page folio with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, written from the Court at Oxford, 'Sunday' no date [probably ca 1670].

BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, Second Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Buckingham'), 1 page 4to on vellum, 215 x 22 mm. (ca. 8½ x 8½ inches), 17 January 1661 (seal tag, contemporary and later dockets to the verso).

BUCKLAND, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Philpot at Lyme Regis, 1 page 8vo (portion of address-leaf adhering to reverse), London, 28 January 1834.

BUCKLAND, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unidentified artist, 2 page 4to (mounting strip adhering to the reverse), Axminster, 4 October 1839.

BUCKLAND, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unidentified correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Oxford, 14 April 1841.

BULL, Ole (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed inscribed 'Al Egregia Maestra Sig[norin]a Marchese', 255 x 167 mm. (6½ x 10 inches), Hanover, 27 February 1861.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS & TLS to Lord Monkswell, invitations & discussing a new Aide-de-Camp, 5 pages 8vo, 1901, where dated.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Harvey', 2½ pages 8vo on writing paper of Ashton Court, Clifton, Bristol, as from Downes, Crediton, 8 January 1880.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss I.H. Montgomery, 1 page 8vo, Downes, Crediton, 16 December 1900.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear ?Marnie', 1½ pages 8vo, on writing paper of Danby Lodge, Grosmont, Yorkshire, as from Greystoke Castle, Penrith, 13 September no year

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to Mrs Mary Fox, ½ page 8vo, Downes, Crediton, 28 November 1900.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Watson, 2½ pages 8vo, Halfa, 26 September 1884, docketed by the recipient.

BULLER, Sir Redvers Henry (This is a link to the full description)
LS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 2 pages 8vo (evidence of former mounting on both pages), on embossed paper of the War Office, 27 October 1891.

BULOW, Hans von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 pages 8vo (split in the fold professionally repaired) with envelope, London, 18 February 1874.

BULOW, Hans Guido von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to [Mary Carmichael], 2 pages 8vo (slight splitting in the folds professionally repaired), London, 11 November 1873.

BUNSEN, Christian Carl Josias, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS to John Poritton concerning some books lost on their way to the Royal Library, & ALS to an unnamed correspondent about Prussian prisons, 4 pages 8vo & 4to, 29 Apr 1843 where dated

BURDETT, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS, 4 pages 4to, King's Bench [prison], 1822

BURGESS, Anthony (John Burgess Wilson) (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for a dinner [at the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo], signed and inscribed on the verso of the cover and dated 3 July 1982.

BURGHLEY, William Cecil, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Sheriff of Staffordshire, 1 page folio with address-leaf (old repair to blank area), 'From the Co[ur]t', 30 March 1584.

BURGHLEY, William Cecil, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, as Lord Treasurer, 1 page folio (small nick not affecting the text, laid down on the remains of an album leaf), 6 July 1585.

BURGHLEY, William Cecil, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph minute signed on an address-leaf addressed to him, originally attched to a petition from 'Mr Hylliard her Ma[jesty]s Servaunte', 20 May 1596.

BURKE, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Edm Burke Chairman'), 1 page 4to (original seal tear, laid down), 3 May 1794.

BURKE, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Secretary of War, Thomas Townshend, 1 page folio, Pay Office, 'July 1782 (note of receipt dated 1 July 1782).

BURKE, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Hill in Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn, ½-page 4to with address-leaf, 6 Duke Street, St James's ('Monday morn.').

BURNAND, Sir Francis Cowley (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and salutation dated 28 February 1905, mounted by the corners to an album leaf, with a press-cutting pasted in the corner.

BURNE-JONES, Sir Edward Coley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('EBJ') to Webb, 1 page 8vo (some smudging evidently original), The Grange, West Kensington, no date

BURNE-JONES, Sir Edward Coley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Fitzgerald, 1 page 8vo, The Grange, West Kensington, no date ('1869' in another hand at the head).

BURNE-JONES, Sir Edward Coley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his dwarf studio assistant Pendry, 1 page 8vo, Rottingdean, Brighton, no date

BURNE-JONES, Sir Edward Coley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('dear sir'), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, The Grange, North End Road, Fulham, no date

BURNEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph draft description of an Indian painting on ivory in his collection, 1 page 8vo (on a piece of scrap paper, section cut away at foot, not affecting the text), no date

BURNEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph draft (signed 'C.B.') of a letter to Rebecca, Lady Northwick (1740-1818), 1 page 8vo, no place, no date [ca 1811].

BURNEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph draft reply to a letter written on behalf of Charlotte, Princess of Wales, by her sub-governess Martha Udney, 1 page 8vo (oblong, some corner damage).

BURNEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Four autograph diary entries, 2 pages 8vo (removed from a diary, slightly creased), docketed by Fanny Burney with two of her editorial symbols, September 1799.

BURNEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Joseph] Goodall (1760-1840, provost of Eton), 2 pages 4to (trimmed, with no loss of text), Crewe Hall, Nantwich, 10 January 1810.

BURNEY, Frances [Fanny] (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS (typically unsigned when writing to her brother) to 'my dearest Carlos', 4 pages 4to with integral address, Ilfracombe, 28 August-3 September 1817.

BURNS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Manuscript of 'The German Lairdie', 16 bars on oblong slip, ca 1787-1796.

BURNS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript (seven words and eight bars of music) of the song 'Wha is that at my bower door', 1 page 4to (oblong - from a larger sheet), ca 1787-1796.

BURNSIDE, Ambrose Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to O R Larned, 2 pages 8vo (the second leaf neatly inlaid), on board ship, 12 August 1870.

BURRITT, Elihu (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent in England, 1 page 8vo, 27 New Bond Street, London, 27 January 1847.

BURRITT, Elihu (The Learned Blacksmith) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Lupton, regretting that he had been unable to attend the presentation of the steam press to Mr Barker, 1 p. 8vo, Liverpool, 6 Jul 1866.

BURRITT, Elihu (The Learned Blacksmith) (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph quotation from Longfellow ('Life is real, life is earnest ...'), signed, 1 page 8vo, London, 19 April 1855.

BURTON, Sir Richard Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?Inglefield in Vevey (Switzerland), 1½ facing pages, oblong 4 x 5 inches) with envelope, Hotel (indecipherable), 24 December 1888.

BURTON, Sir Richard Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas E. Sterry, 2 pages 16mo with the original envelope, Vaud, Switzerland, 11 July 1888.

BURTON, Sir Richard Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Extraordinarily brief ALS to ?'Dear Brother Glover', 1 page 16mo (heavy traces of mounting to the reverse), Athenaeum [Club], 17 October no year

BURY, Lady Charlotte Susan Maria (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Charlotte Maria Bury') to Lady Jersey, 2 pages 4to (soiled on the reverse, one split in the folds), Winchester, 30 May 1825.

BUSONI, Ferruccio Benevenuto (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [Otto] Lessmann in Charlottenburg (1844-1918, critic, pianist, composer and owner and editor of the Allgemeine Musik-Zeitung).

BUSONI, Ferruccio Benevenuto (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [Otto] Lessmann in Charlottenburg (1844-1918, critic, pianist, composer and owner and editor of the Allgemeine Musik-Zeitung).

BYNG, George, 1st Viscount Torrington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page folio with part of address-leaf (with an engraved portrait) Exeter in Plymouth Sound, 11 Decemebr 1704.

BYNG, John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on vellum, 297 x 330 mm (ca 11½ x 13 inches) with papered seal, 7 April 1756. With a small slip identifying the signer.

BYRD, Rear-Admiral Richard Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf (somewhat browned), ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

BYRD, Rear-Admiral Richard Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

BYRON, Augusta Ada (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (A.A. Lovelace) to Miss ?Bontell, 2½ pages 8vo, Horsley, Tuesday 18 September no year

BYRON, (Augusta) Ada (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('A.A. Lovelace') to Mrs Morris, 4 pages 8vo (small mounting-strip adhering to last page), Porlock, Somerset, 9 December no year

BYRON, (Augusta) Ada (This is a link to the full description)
Long and closely-written ALS ('A Ada Byron') to Mrs King, 3 pages 4to with address written and franked by Lord Ilchester, Fordhook, 27 April 1834.

BYRON, Anne Isabella Milbanke, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Mr Foster, 3 pages 8vo with endorsement, 1 Cambridge Terrace, Regent's Park, 24 June 1856.

BYRON, Anne Isabella Milbanke, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, no place, 17 September no year

[BYRON, George Gordon, Lord] (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Byron') by the poet's great-uncle, William Byron, 5th Lord (1772-1798, 'The Wicked Lord'), 1 page folio, red wax seal, 27 April 1752.

BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front, signed in the lower left-hand corner and addressed to the Reverend F[rancis] Wrangham in Bridlington, London, 11 May 1813.

BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address-panel, to G[eorge?] Leigh (cousin and husband of Byron's sister Augusta), signed 'Byron in the lower left, London, 30 June 1813.

BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('N.B.') to Captain [Daniel] Roberts, RN at Genoa, 1 page 8vo, 3 June 1823, with address on the reverse and the full signature 'Noel Byron'.

BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address-panel, to a correspondent (?Banner) in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, signed in the lower left hand corner 'Byron', and dated 17 May 1814.

[BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from William third Baron Byron to his banker, Blackall, 1 page small 8vo with address and broken seal, London 26 August 1689

[BYRON, George Gordon, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of letters relating to Lord Byron.

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CAFFIERI, Jean-Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Caffieri') to a Count, 2 pages 4to, Paris, 29 July 1785.

CAINE, Sir Thomas Hall (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Messrs Hughes Massie, thanking them for conveying the message of Elinor Glyn, 1 page 8vo, 62 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, 7 October 1913.

CAINE, Sir Thomas Hall (This is a link to the full description)
Signed postcard-sized photograph ('Hall Caine / Greeby / I of Man' on a white margin at the foot).

CALLCOTT, Maria, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Maria Graham', her first married name) to the novelist, Jane [Porter], 1 page 4to (irregularly cut from the second sheet), no place, 24 May 1824.

CALLCOTT, Maria, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('M Callcott') to 'My dear Agnes', 1 page 8vo, no place, 11 March 1841.

[CAMBRIDGE, Princess Augusta, Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS by H. Greville to Stephens, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, on writing paper of St James's Palace, with coronet, 8 July 1878.

CAMBRIDGE, Richard Owen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Elizabeth] Montagu (1718-1800, author and literary hostess), 1 page 4to with address-leaf, 29 July no year

CAMDEN, John Jeffreys Pratt, Marquis of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John] Hoppner (1758-1810, portrait painter), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (hand delivered), Arlington Street, 24 January 1806.

CAMPBELL, Sir Colin, Lord Clyde (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Clyde'), to Mrs Townsend, 2 pages 8vo (rather stained), n.p, 29 August 1862.

CAMPBELL, Sir Colin, Baron Clyde (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('CC') to [Major-General Henry] Eyre, 1 page 8vo, no place 'June 19th, no date (watermark [18]60.

CAMPBELL, Sir Colin, Baron Clyde (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Lady Ross, 1 page 8vo with autograph envelope with black wax seal and note in another hand reading: 'to be kept', Albany 28 March 1862.

CAMPBELL, Sir Malcolm (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink in the corner of a blue album leaf, no date

CAMPBELL, Mrs Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (creased), full length in elaborate costume with separate signature on paper pasted at the foot, dated 1903.

CAMPBELL, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Sir David Brewster], 1 page 4to (trimmed, traces of former mounting on thee reverse), 11 December 1815

CAMPBELL, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James Cochrane of Cochrane and Pickersgill, 1 page 4to with address on the reverse, St Leonard's, 'Thursday Morning', 21 July 1831.

CAMPBELL, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Frederick De George at Holland House, Blackheath, 3 pages 4to with address, 10 Upper Seymour Street West, 12 November 1824.

CAMPBELL, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to 'My dear John' (perhaps John Murray?), 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, 'Monday', no date, watermark 1825.

CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to Lady Reay, 3½ pages 8vo, 10 Downing Street, 29 January 1908, in a rather shaky hand.

CANNING, Charles John, Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS to General Ashburnham, 10 pages 8vo with an autograph envelope, also signed, Calcutta, 19 May 1857.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Marquis of Buckingham, 2 pages 4to (soiled, especially on the reverse, old repairs, seal adhering to the front), Foreign Office, 9 Sep 1809.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
LS addressed to Anthony Barclay; a circular with printed text, 1 page folio, Foreign Office, 16 September 1822.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G.C.') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo laid down by the blank leaf, Gloucester Lodge, 17 April 1817. With an engraved portrait.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (glue-stains on the reverse), Lisbon, 10 March 1826.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
ANS ('GC') to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (glue-stains on the reverse), F[oreign] O[ffice], 16 December 1826.

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature and the valediction cut from the foot of a letter to Lord Moira, 1816 (according to the endorsement by Canning's secretary).

CANNING, George (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Field Marshal Lord (William Carr) Beresford (1768-1854), headed 'Private & Confidential', 2 page 4to, Necessidades [Lisbon], 18 April 1815.

CANOVA, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, a diploma signed as President of the Accademia Romana di S. Luca, 1 page small folio, St Apollinare, 16 August 1813.

CANOVA, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ('il vostro amico vero C.') to 'Signora Teresa', 1½ pages 4to with address on the second side, Paris, 25 October 1815.

CANOVA, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ('il vostro amico vero C.') to 'Signora Teresa', 1½ pages 4to with address on the second side, Paris, 25 October 1815.

CANTOR, Eddie (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

CARDIGAN, James Thos Brudenell, 7th Earl (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 3 pages 8vo (a few words enhanced in ink on the second page, traces of mounting on the blank), Deene [Park], 15 September 1856.

CARDIGAN, James Thos Brudenell, 7th Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Document Signed, ca 80 x 170 mm (3½ x 6½ inches) laid down on the remains of an album leaf, with an ink border added.

CARDIGAN, James Thos Brudenell, 7th Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink from the foot of a letter with an original minute in red ink in the background, dated 1839.

CARDIGAN, James Thos Brudenell, 7th Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to the Duke of Wellington, minuted and initalled by the Duke, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 8 October [watermark 1830].

CARDUS, Sir Neville (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to John [Rosselli], 4½ pages 8vo, National Liberal Club, London, 11 March 1963, 24 November 1964, 18 October 1966.

CAREW, Sir Benjamin Hallowel (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Ben Hallowell') to Captain G.O. Lempriere of the Trent, 1 page folio, on board the Trent in Cork Harbour, 15 October 1815.

CAREY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. ?Bickner, 1 page 4to, Serampore, 11 January 1821.

CARLETON, Sir Guy, Baron Dorchester (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Townshend, 1 page 4to, London, 9 May 1772.

CARLETON, Sir Guy, Baron Dorchester (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Dorchester'), partially printed and completed by hand, 1 page folio, Quebec, 4 November 1793.

CARLETON, Sir Guy, Baron Dorchester (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Document Signed ('Dorchester'), partially printed and completed by hand, 1 page folio, Quebec, 11 November 1788.

CARLYLE, Jane Baillie Welsh (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Jane [Donaldson], 8 pages 8vo (rather brittle and with one small chip missing), 5 Cheyne Row, 2 April 1860 where dated.

CARLYLE, Jane Baillie Welsh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Beloved "Savage"!', ending 'God bless you my Child', 2 pages 8vo, 5 Cheyne Row, 'Wednesday', no date

CARLYLE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
The lower half of an 8vo ALS, the recipient unknown, irregularly cut to accomodate the signature ('T. Carlyle').

CARLYLE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Chelsea, 13 October 1865.

CARNEGIE, Andrew (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature and salutation ('Vy Truly Yours') on a piece of greyish paper, no date

CARNOT, Lazare (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Carnot'), 1 page double folio with vingette of Bonaparte's first consulate, 19 Messidor An 8 [8 July 1800].

CAROLINE, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Elgin, 1 page 4to (small tears, and tipped to the remains of an album leaf), no place, no date [ca 1800].

CAROLINE, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS ('CP'), dated 9 April no year and with a note of identification in ink in another hand.

CARPENTER, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Miss [Edith Maurice] Vance (1860-1930, freethinker), 2 pages 8vo and two cards, 1913 and 1914.

CARPENTER, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, urging sympathy for a man who has recently been appointed headmaster of an Indian school, 4 pages 8vo, 22 Sep 1870.

CARPENTER, Philip Pearsall (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, Warrington, 28 February 1855.

CARPENTER, William Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir John Bowring, discussing his sister's plans to return to India, 4 pages 8vo, 17 Savile Row, 3 July 1869.

CARRODUS, John Tiplady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 facing pages 8vo, 199 Camden Road, 17 January 1895.

CARSTARES, William (This is a link to the full description)
AL to Cusin, in cipher, 1 page 4to with red wax seal (neat repairs to the damp-stained paper, not affecting the text), 'At the headquarters at ?', no date

CARTE, Richard D'Oyly (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Page, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf, and a little browned), 11 Beaufort Buildings, Strand, 4 June 1879.

CARTER, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Wood, ½-page 4to, at 'General Hall's', 18 Wimpole Street, 19 December no year

CARUSO, Enrico (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristic self-caricature in pencil, signed and dated London 1913, on an album leaf, 145 x 196 mm (ca 6 x 4 inches).

CARUSO, Enrico (This is a link to the full description)
Fine and characteristic self-caricature in dark ink, 1 page 8vo, 180 x 113 mm. (7 x 4½ inches), very slightly soiled and laid down on an album leaf.

CARUSO, Enrico (This is a link to the full description)
Fine autograph self-caricature signed, dedicated to Lady Watts and dated at Monte Carlo 1915, on an album page, 176 x 120 mm. (7 x 5 inches).

CARUSO, Enrico (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Mrs Alberto Raimo, in London, 1 page 8vo (soiled from former framing) with envelope, Hotel Cecil, 18 May 1907.

CASALS, Pablo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to Emánuel Moór (1863-1931, pianist, composer and inventor)], 4 pages small 4to on thin paper, Paris 2 February 1911.

CASALS, Pablo (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS in French (one signed 'Pablo & Guilhermina [Suggia]') to Emánuel Moór in Switzerland, 1907 and 1908.

CASALS, Pablo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Ch[arles] Dettelbach in Paris, 1 page 8vo on a perforated-edge letter card, 29 Villa Molitor, Paris, 16 May 1908.

CASELLA, Alfredo (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of three bars for piano in F minor, in light purple ink, inscribed with his Paris address, 62 x 111 mm. (ca 2½ x 4½ inches, closely trimmed).

CASTLETOWN, Bernard Fitz-Patrick, Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Maveling, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Brooks's, 19 July no year

CASTLEREAGH, Robert Stewart, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Holford (perhaps George Peter Holford (1767-1839), a close friend and associate of Castlereagh), 2 pages 8vo, Downing Street, 'Thursday', no date

CASTRIES, Charles, Marechal de (This is a link to the full description)
LS to M. Bertier, 1 page small 4to, no place, no date, with a letter from Castries' valet Baclet, 3 pages 4to (tipped to a backing sheet), Versailles, 1786.

CATESBY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page large folio on vellum in brown ink with calligraphic initial letter, 230 x 412 mm (ca 9 x 16 inches), mounted on card, 1 May 1594.

CATHERINE OF BRAGANZA (This is a link to the full description)
Document prepared for her seal, completed and addressed by Catherine, 1 page folio (some small tears and old repairs) 3 November 1662.

CATTERMOLE, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Hewitt, 2 pages 8vo, Albany, '12 o'ck', no date

CATTERMOLE, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James Rennell, 1 page 4to, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 15 April 1825

CAUGHEY, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr [James] Ferrier, 3 pages 8vo, New Brunswick, N.J., 11 September 1887.

CAVENDISH (and Foster), Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Series of four ALsS and one AL in French (as Elizabeth Foster) to her banker Jean-François Perregaux, 6 pages 4to & 8vo, one with initials, 1790-1803 where dated

CAVOUR, Camillo Benso di (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to M de la Rive, Rector of the Académie de Suisse in Geneva ('Cher Auguste'), 3½ pages 4to with integral address-leaf, Leri, 3 September 1843.

CAYLEY, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alfred Simpson in Maltby, 2 pages 8vo with address-leaf, 10 November 1846.

CHAIN, Sir Ernst Boris (This is a link to the full description)
Catalogue of the Pasteur Exhibition at the Science Museum, London 1947, signed on the upper cover in ink (a little faintly) by Chain ('E Chain').

CHALON, Alfred Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr (?Mrs) Redgrave, 1 page 8vo (trimmed and with a small loss at the top right hand corner), 10 Wimpole Street, 'Saturday', no date

CHAMBERLAIN, Sir (Joseph) Austen (This is a link to the full description)
Pre-printed letter addressed to Lady Gatty and signed and subscribed, 1 page 8vo (filing-tear at the upper right), 9 Egerton Place, 20 December 1917.

CHAMBERLAIN, Sir (Joseph) Austen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Countess Trenberg, 1 page 4to with envelope, 58 Rutland Gate, 2 April 1935.

CHAMBERLAIN, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Lord Reay, 4 pages 8vo, Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham, 16 December 1885.

CHAMBERLAIN, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Mr Warr, 3½ pages 8vo (rather soiled), Colonial Office (blind stamp), 31 July 1902.

CHAMBERLAIN, (Arthur) Neville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Professor William Augustus Tilden (1842-1926, chemist), 4 pages 8vo on writing paper of Elliott's Metal Company in Birmingham, 12 January 1900.

CHAMBERLAIN, (Arthur) Neville (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Editor of the Evening Standard, headed 'Private, for guidance not for publication', 2 pages 4to, Treasury Chambers, 30 June 1932.

CHAMBERLAIN, (Arthur) Neville (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink (closely trimmed at the top, evidently from a letter).

CHAMBERLAYNE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Petty France, 9 March 1718/9.

CHAMBERS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo, Edinburgh, 25 August 1845.

CHAMBERS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the novelist James Payn, 1½ pages 8vo, Edinburgh, 20 April 1854

CHAMBERS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hall, 3 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the reverse), Edinburgh, 18 October 1844.

CHAMBERS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Dear Madam'), 2½ pages 8vo (the blank space below the signature excised), Edinburgh, 18 January 1845.

CHAMIER, Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph list of his titles, signed, 1 page 8vo (neatly mounted), with an integral address-leaf to W.H. Ince 'with Capt Chamier's best Compliments'.

CHANTREY, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publisher John Murray, 1 page 8vo (glue-stains on the reverse), Belgrave Place, 1 August 1826.

CHANTREY, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C H Turner, 2 pages 8vo, with contemporary endorsement to conjunct leaf, Belgrave Place, 31 July 1841.

CHANTREY, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Martin [Archer Shee (1769-1850, President of the Royal Academy)], 1 page 8vo, Belgrave Place, 2 May 1833.

CHANTREY, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Barkham', 1 page 8vo, 1 December 1837.

CHAPLIN, Charles Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and the words 'Best wishes', hastily written on an album leaf (trimmed and laid down), no date

CHAPLIN, Charles Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Enigmatic ALS to an unnamed correspondent 1 page large 4to (small split in central fold), Golden-Park Apartments, Los Angeles, 2 May 1915.

CHAPMAN, Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alderman Herbert J Waterlow, 1 page 8vo, 11 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 28 April 1885.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS to William Howard, 1 page folio with address-leaf (a little foxed and worn), Given at Oatlands, 31 July 1638.

[CHARLES I] (This is a link to the full description)
Document with a fine example of the Great Seal, 225 x 360 mm (9 x 14½ inches) on vellum, dated at Westminster, 1 April, 4 Charles I [1628].

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Sir William Pennyman (1607-1643), 1 page folio with docketed second leaf, Oxford 19 January 1642/3.

[CHARLES I] (This is a link to the full description)
Contemporary manuscript list of the procession to Parliament, 4 columns on 2 pages double folio, (tattered, minimal loss of text, old repairs), April 1640.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Carolus R') at the foot, 1 page folio on vellum (slightly discolored, neatly inlaid) with the King's red wax signet, Newcastle, 4 January 1646/7.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Important LS (text in the hand of George Digby) with autograph postscript, to Sir Edward Nicholas, 3 pages folio, Hereford, 14 September 1645.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, ('Charles R' at the head), 1 page large folio, 272 x 430 mm. (10½ x 17 inches) with papered seal, Given at Westminster, 17 May 10 Charles I [1634].

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Charles P', at the head), as Prince of Wales, 1 page folio, oblong, on vellum, the text faded but (just) legible, the signature bold and clear.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to his nephew Prince Rupert ('Nepueu'), 1 page 4to , contemporary endorsement showing through, Newport, 24 July 1645.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Charles R') to Henry Cary, 1st Viscount Falkland (ca 1575-1633), ½-page folio with integral address-leaf with contemporary endorsements, Greenwich, 29 June 1629.

CHARLES I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc s ('Charles R' at the head), 1 page folio on paper (laid down on thin card), no place, no date [ca 1641-1643].

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in French, to Cardinal Azzolin[o], 1 page 4to with address-leaf bearing a small red wax armorial seal, Anvers, 31 July 1658.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Robert Heath, High Sheriff of Sussex, 1 page folio with address-leaf, given at Whitehall, 12 November 1672, countersigned by Henry Coventry.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note Signed ('Charles R'), ordering two hundred and seventy pistols, twelve words on 1 page folio, Jersey, 13 February [1650].

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
LS addressed at the foot 'To the Clerke of Our Signett attending', 3 pages folio, countersigned by the Earl of Arlington, Whitehall, 28 October 1670.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [Lord Belasyse], 1 page 4to, address-leaf, (some small holes, repaired, part of a word affected, slightly faded), Fuentar[r]abia, 14 November 1659.

PRIVY COUNCIL DOCUMENT OF CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Important warrant addressed to Viscount Camden, then Lord Lieutenant of Rutland, 1 page folio with integral address-leaf, Whitehall, 30 September 1678.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, addressed to Heneage, Lord Finch, Keeper of the Great Seal, 1 page folio, with integral second leaf and papered seal, Whitehall, 13 December 1675.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. 'Charles R', during his exile, 1 page on vellum, ca 75 x 190 mm. (3 x 7½ inches), with a fine papered seal bearing the royal arms.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed, addressed at the foot to 'Our Atturney or Sollicitor General', 1 page folio, Whitehall, 30 September 1684/5.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (lacking the papered seal), Given at Whitehall, 16 July 1664.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed, addressed at the foot to Sir Stephen Fox, paymaster-general of the land forces, 1 page folio with endorsed leaf, Whitehall, 6 April 1670/1.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S, addressed to the Earl of Arran, deputy governor of Ireland, 5 pages folio with address-leaf, Whitehall, 27 February 1683/4.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
LS to James, Duke of Ormond, Lieutenant General & General Governor of Ireland, 1 page folio with address-leaf, Whitehall, 29 November 1684.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal, given at Hampton Court, 18 July 1665/6 ('in the 17th year of our Reigne' - i.e. dating from 1649).

CHARLES II and Samuel PEPYS (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Charles R' at the head and 'S Pepys' at the foot), 1 page folio (rather foxed overall, the king's signature faint, laid down on board), 1673/4.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Sir William Temple (1628-1699, diplomat and author), 1 page 4to with integral blank leaf in excellent condition, Whitehall, February 1680/1.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal (dust-stained and a little aged), Whitehall, 16 January 1677/8.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 1½ pages folio with integral leaf bearing contemporary endorsements (some wear and weakness, tipped to a later sheet, Whitehall, 14 January 1679/80.

CHARLES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine LS, addressed to the commissioners of the lieutenancy of the City of London, 2 pages folio with address-leaf and papered seal, whitehall, 24 November 1666.

CHARLES EDWARD STUART (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Conte d'Albanie') in French, to Le Conte Alberti at Florence, ½-page 4to with address-leaf with red wax seal, Florence, 12 February 1783.

CHARLES V (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Carol' with paraph) to Ferdinando de Gonzaga, governor of Milan, 1 page folio with papered seal and address on the reverse, Brussels, 12 November 1548.

CHARLOTTE, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Charming ALS to the Countess of Harcourt, 1 page 16mo on decorative paper, with address leaf (traces of mounting on the latter), 6 November 1813.

CHARLOTTE (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Charlotte R.') on paper, mounted on an album leaf beneath an engraving of her (half length holding a baby, perhaps the future George IV

CHARLOTTE (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink (Charlotte R') on paper (closely trimmed at the foot), no date

CHARPENTIER, Gustave (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Madame Herbinet, 1 page 8vo on a folded letter-card, Rochechouart [near Limoges], postmark 30 October 1907.

CHATEAUBRIAND, Francois R de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Marquis Hirbonville, 1 page 8vo, integral address leaf and red wax seal, no place, 'Samedi Soir' no date (watermark 1816).

CHATEAUBRIAND, Francois R. de (This is a link to the full description)
AL (unsigned) to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, (irregularly trimmed at edge, slit in upper portion, affecting one word of text), no place, no date

CHATEAUBRIAND, François René de (This is a link to the full description)
LS with autograph postscript to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 2 pages 8vo (splits neatly repaired), Paris, 4 December 1820.

CHATEAUBRIAND, François René de (This is a link to the full description)
Seven pages of the manuscript of his Essai sur la littérature anglaise, in a scribal hand heavily corrected thoughout by the author.

CHERUBINI, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) in French to his wife ('Ma chere Cecile'), 1 page 16mo, addressed 'Madame Cherubini') on the second leaf, ca 1840.

CHERUBINI, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to (a little damp-stained but legible), Conservatoire de Musique, Paris, 13 January 1832.

CHERUBINI, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to 'Mon cher Vinit' (presumably Louis Auguste Veny, known as Vinit, a professor at the Paris Conservatoire), 1 page 8vo, with address-leaf, no date

CHERUBINI, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Monsieur Gide Père' in Paris, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf, Paris, 8 March 1834.

CHERUBINI, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Pierre] Baillot (1771-1842, French violinist and composer), 1 page 16mo (irregular at left hand edge without loss of text, no place, no date

CHESNEY, Sir George Tomkyns (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS and 2 TLsS to W[alter Raleigh] Browne, in all 8 pages 8vo and 2 pages 4to, Royal Indian Engineering College, 1876 to 1880.

CHESTERFIELD, P.D. Stanhope, 4th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Chesterfield') in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 1 page 4to, Whitehall, 28 November 1747.

CHILDREN'S AUTHORS ETC. (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of ca 72 letters from authors, many of them writers for children, to Miss Pyke, including several good letters, with a few fragments etc.

CHOATE, Joseph Hodges (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Lord Alverstone, sending letters of introduction & inviting Alverstone to address the American Bar Association, American Embassy & London, 1904.

CHORLEY, Henry Fothergill (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo, 13 Eaton Place West, 7 August 1861.

CHORLEY, Henry Fothergill (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G.W. Ingram, 2½ pages 8vo, 13 Eaton Place, 15 January 1866.

CHRISTIAN IX (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal and vignette, Copenhagen, 28 January 1896.

CHRISTIE, Agatha (This is a link to the full description)
Bookplate, with stylised illustration of a bird and foliage, inscribed and signed in a white disc 'Best Wishes from Agatha Christie'.

CHRISTIE, Agatha (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Wendy Anne Parrott, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Greenway House, 17 April 1972.

CHURCH, Arthur Harry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, sending money for the F. Wedmore Testimonial & dinner, 1 p. 8vo, Penzance, 12 Nov 1906.

CHURCHILL, Clementine, Baroness (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, cut from the foot of a letter, ca 35 x 110 mm (1½ x 4½ inches).

CHURCHILL, Clementine, Baroness (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Goodden with autograph superscript, 1 page 4to (somewhat creased, a couple of what may be ?cigarette burns), 10 Downing Street, 27 October 1940.

CHURCHILL, Lord Randolph (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (a little creased and worn), Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, 21 October 1883.

CHURCHILL, Lord Randolph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 5 pages 8vo (slight remains of mounting to the fourth page and the blank), 2 Connaught Place, 12 August 1889.

CHURCHILL, Winston (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Burton, 1 page 4to (some splitting in the folds), The Plaza Hotel, New York, 8 December 1908.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed to [Sir Norman] Lamont (1869-1949, PPS to Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman & to Churchill), 2½ pages 8vo, 105 Mount Street, 4 November 1904.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Wartime Signed Photograph by Walter Stoneman, 7½ x 5 inches, dated 1945.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Printed programme for the El Alamein anniversary celebrations at the Albert Hall on 23 October 194v, signed by both Churchill and Montgomery.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (rather foxed, with some traces of mounting on the reverse), 105 Mount Street, 7 January 1904.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph showing Churchill in middle age seated at a desk, half-length, signed in ink in the lower right-hand corner (slightly faded).

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (slightly smudged) to Mrs J Porch, 1 page 8vo with envelope (filing hole, traces of mount on the reverse), 10 Downing Street, 12 July 1952.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in pale ink with the words 'yours faithfully', evidently cut from a letter. Irregularly trimmed and laid down (extensive traces of mounting).

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ball-point pen on lined paper (laid down on the remains of an album-leaf), [21 February 1950].

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Very early ALS to his nanny, Mrs Elizabeth Everest ('Darling old Woom'), 4 pages 8vo (dust-stained and a little worn), Harrow, no date [?September 1891].

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for a dinner given by the Chingford Conservative and Unionist Association on 28 January 1925, signed on the back by Churchill and Clementine.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Significant archive of fourteen letters to his friend and collaborator, (Sir) William Deakin, 16 pages, mostly 4to, 1938-1963.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Great Mistakes of the War, by Hanson W. Baldwin, New York 1950, viii+114 pages 8vo, red cloth (spine a little knocked and covers slightly stained).

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Fine late photograph showing Churchill seated in casual yachting attire, with cigar, boldly signed in ink, ca 1961. The signature quite legible.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph showing Churchill in middle age seated at a desk, half-length, signed in ink in the lower right-hand corner (slightly faded).

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to B[asil] E.P. Gregg at Cheltondale, Cheltenham, 1 page 4to, 105 Mount Street, 13 March 1901. In fine condition.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Yours dentally / W') with autograph salutation ('Dearest Pamela') to Lady Lytton , 1 page 8vo (filing hole), 28 Hyde Park Gate, 1 March 1951.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Document Signed, on a printed card, ca 90 x 115 mm (3½ x 4½ inches), 6 December 1906.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph by Walter Stoneman (half-length, seated), 255 x 187 mm. (10 x 7½ inches) overall, signed and dated 1947 on the lower mount.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain [Walter Vavasour] Faber MP, 3 pages 8vo, House of Commons, 10 June 1907.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Wartime TLS to E.J. Robertson, managing director of the Daily Express, 1 p. 4to on embossed writing paper of the Admiralty (pin hole), 10 October 1939.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
A remarkable souvenir, being a postcard depicting the City of London Imperial Volunteers in action in the Boer War, signed in ink by Churchill, no date

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph salutation and subscription, to Charles Masterman ('My dear Charlie'), 1 page 4to on black-edged paper with integral blank, 22 September 1910.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to B[ernard] Holland ('Private'), 1 page 8vo, heading indistinct, 17 April 1906.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important TLS with autograph heading and subscription, to William Deakin, 1 page 4to (rustmarks from paper-clips), Chartwell, Kent, 4 April 1938.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Sir Winston Churchill's despatch box, bearing his initials 'W.S.C.' and the royal cipher 'G VI R'. Covered in black leather, extensively scuffed.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Typescripts and proofs of sections of The Second World War, with autograph corrections by Churchill, with related material, 1950-1951.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card (unsigned), 13.5 x 18 cms. (5½ x 7¼ inches), bearing a colour reproduction of his painting Le Béguinage, Bruges.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in blue ink 'Winston S. Churchill', dated 10 March 1920, on a small piece laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
Good clear Signature ('Winston S. Churchill' with a squiggle above) on a small slip, ca 55 x 90 mm (ca 2 x 3½ inches), no date

CLARE, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on paper (glue stains on the reverse and to one side, not affecting the signature).

CLARE, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter (tipped to a backing-sheet), no date

CLARK, Kenneth Mackenzie, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Peter Wiener, 1 page 8vo, Saltwood Castle, Kent, 24 May 1966.

CLARK, Kenneth Mackenzie, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to E. Stanley Jones, 1 page 8vo, B5 Albany, 11 February 1972.

CLARK, Mark Wayne (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to H J Anthony French, 1 page 4to with envelope, on writing paper of the Army Field Forces, Office of the Chief, Fort Monroe, Virginia, 3 October 1950.

CLARKE, Sir Charles Mansfield (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, promising his & others' votes, & explaining that his wife's imminent confinement keeps him in London, 2 pages 4to, Savile Row, 17 Jun 1823.

CLARKE, Mary Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank (traces of mounting), 38 York Street Gloucester Place, no date [watermark 1811].

CLAUSEN, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 61 Carlton Hill, 19 June 1910.

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Mark') to F H Skrine, 1½ facing pages 8vo with original envelope, Tuxedo Park, New York 27 May 1907.

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ("Saml. L. Clemens / Mark Twain"), to Arthur E Bancroft, 2 facing pages 8vo, Cunard Steam Ship Batavia, 'At Sea/30 October' (watermark 1871).

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Mark Twain') on an album leaf, laid down on a larger leaf with a note of identification, date of 1905 and a printed biography.

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('S.L. Clemens / Mark Twain'), to Lady Ann[a] Chandos-Pole, 1 page 8vo, Bad-Nanheim, 30 August 1892.

CLIVE, Edward, Baron, 1st Earl of Powys (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Clive') to the Rev Charles Walcot, 2½ pages 8vo, (tear at left margin, not affecting the text, remains of former mount), Dorset St, February 24 no year

CLODD, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Geoffrey] Besant, 1 page 8vo, (filing-hole), Aldeburgh, 23 May 1923.

COBBE, Frances Power (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS and a signed printed order form to Reginald Blunt, the letters, in all, 8 pages 8vo, South Kensington & Chelsea, undated except the form (1900).

COBBE, Frances Power (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS [to Edward Walford (1823-1897)], the editor of Once a Week, 7 pages 8vo, 26 Hereford Square, no date

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a letter and laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 30 x 60 mm (1 x 2 inches).

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Amusing ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (oblong, trimmed), Guildford, 20 December 1832.

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Halliwell in Oldham, ½-page 8vo (neatly inlaid), Bolt Court, 24 June 1833.

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the postmaster at Ash, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (franked by Cobbett), Bolt Court, 12 June 1826.

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment Signed, 1 page 8vo, 4 October 1829.

COBBETT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front made out to Mr O'Higgins in Dublin, and signed in the lower left-hand corner by Cobbett, Manchester, 8 December 1834.

COBDEN, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription clipped from the foot of a letter to W S Ellis, no date

COBDEN, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Two good ALsS to John Crawford, 7 pages 8vo, tipped to an album leaf, Paris 21 and 25 October 1859.

COBDEN, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry Holland (1788-1873, physician), 1 page 8vo, the Athenaeum, 14 July 1859.

COBDEN, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?F. Pennington, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, House of Commons, 16 May 1862.

COBHAM, Sir Alan John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Mayor of Colchester, 1 page 4to (filing holes), 150 New Bond Street, 10 September 1928.

COCHRANE, Thomas, Earl of Dundonald (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Messrs Chapman & Hall, 1 page 12mo, no place, 20 March 1847.

COCKBURN, Sir Alexander J.E. (This is a link to the full description)
4 ALsS (1 with initials) to Lady Scott, alternately scolding, cajoling, & flattering her, 12 pages 8vo, undated (1 w.m. of 1868).

COCKBURN, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John] Backhouse, Canning's secretary, 1 page 8vo, no place, 'Thursday Night 3 Jany [1833 in another hand]'.

COCKERELL, Sir Sydney Carlyle (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mary [Hughes, née Benson, his neighbour in Grantchester], 1 page 8vo, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 8 February 1935.

CODRINGTON, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr ?Fryer, 1 page 8vo (oblong, laid down), Harewood Lodge, 'Friday 27th Oct' no year

COKE, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Sir Nicholas Bacon and Sir Nathaniel Bacon, ½-page folio with address-leaf, Temple, 4 December 1604.

COLENSO, John William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Jno. Natal') to an unnamed correspondent, making an appointment to see a picture, 1 page 8vo, Kensington, 18 January 1865.

COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, cut from the foot of a letter and including the date (18 May 1832) and place ([The] Grove, Highgate) in Coleridge's hand.

COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor (This is a link to the full description)
Part of a Document Signed, as Public Secretary to His Majesty's Civil Commission, ca 70 x 190 mm (3 x 7½ inches), La Valette [Valletta, Malta], Feb 1805.

COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and conclusion of an ALS, possibly to George Canning, (slight glue-stains to the reverse with some show-through), 19 July 1817.

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John E.] Borland, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 30 Dagnall Park, South Norwood,'Tuesday', no date

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and a few words, ca 135 x 100 mm (5½ x 4 inches) on the back of the cover of one of Coleridge-Taylors pieces, cut down.

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscripts of six songs for voice and piano, 1896.

COLETTE, Sidonie Gabrielle (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to André Mars at the Ministry of Education. 1½ pages 4to on blue paper, with envelope, Immeuble Marignan, 33 Champs-Elysées, (postmark 31 January 1936).

COLLECTION (This is a link to the full description)
The letters, many of a political nature and the majority from peers (and one or two ladies), cover a broad spectrum of subject matters, ca 1790-1820.

COLLIER, John (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to Ernest Marshall, the London Editor of the New York Times, giving permission for the reproduction of his 'Brotherhood of Man' etc, 3½ pages 8vo.

COLLINGWOOD, Cuthbert, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [Henry] Reay, 3 pages 4to, closely written, Queen, 4 April 1806.

COLLINGWOOD, Cuthbert, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Sir Hew Dalrymple (1750-1830)], 4 pages 4to, [on board] Ocean, 12 June 1807. Contemporary docket on the fourth page next to the signature.

COLLINGWOOD, Cuthbert, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [William] Marsden, secretary of the admiralty, 1 page folio (a little trimmed at the left hand side), Queen off Carthagnena, 3 December 1803.

COLLINGWOOD, Cuthbert, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Sir John Stuart, 1 page folio (a little worn in the folds and slightly browned), Ville de Paris, Mahon [Minorca], 2 December 1809.

COLLINS, Rt Hon Godfrey P. (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to John Ewen, declining to open the fete in aid of Lord Airlie's Training Scheme for Unemployed Boys, 1 p. 4to, Scottish Office, Whitehall, 1935.

COLLINS, William Wilkie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.H. Addison, 1 page 8vo, 90 Gloucester Place, 28 March 1879.

COLLINS, William Wilkie (This is a link to the full description)
Good early ALS to David Roberts RA, 2 pages 8vo, 1 Devenport Street, Hyde Park Gardens, 16 September 1848.

COLLINS, William Wilkie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Joseph Pritchard, 1 page 8vo, 90 Gloucester Place, 17 January 1883.

COLLINS, William Wilkie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publishers Williams and Norgate, 2 pages 8vo (small nibble from one corner), 90 Gloucester Place, 19 December 1877.

COLLINS, William John Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1¼ pages 8vo, 85 Oxford ?Terrace, 'Tuesday' no date

COLMAN, George, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note ('G.C.') to R[obert] W[illiam] Elliston, ½-page 8vo with integral blank, 5 Melina Place, 'Tuesday Evg.' no date, watermark 1821.

COLMAN, George, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to ?Davies, 1 page 4o, Piccadilly, 29 December 1798.

COLMAN, George, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, Brompton Square, 18 April 1831.

COLUM, Padraic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Bethel Solomons in Dublin (rather browned and with traces of mount on the address side), Naas, 20 December 1911.

COMBE, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Duncan Maclaren, concerning a boy of 13 whom a charitable lady wishes to educate, but who cannot read, 2 pages 8vo, Edinburgh, 8 Jan 1855.

COMMONPLACE BOOK. (This is a link to the full description)
In total ca 105 pages 12mo (155 x 95 mm. / ca 6 x 4 inches), contemporary calf very worn.

CONRAD, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Robert Singleton Garnett, 3 pages 8vo with envelope (addressed to 'Richard' Garnett), Trosley, West Malling, 9 August 1909.

CONRAD, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Signed offprint of a preface ('Joseph Conrad/26' on the cover), 4 pages 8vo, no date With an ALS by Jessie Conrad, 1½ pages 8vo, Bishopsbourne, 17 April 1924.

CONSTABLE PUBLISHERS (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque in the form of a promissory note to John Ballantyne & co, for £147 18s, dated 18 November 1812.

CONSTABLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription, cut from a letter, 75 x 115mm (3 x 4½ inches), 30 September 1825.

COOK, Eliza (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript Signed, of the poem 'Castle Lea', 6 pages 4to, (sewn together in upper left corner), no place, no date [watermark 1851].

COOK, John Parsons (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to T. Marshall, clerk of the course at Northampton, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Lutterworth, 1 January 1855.

COOLIDGE, Calvin (This is a link to the full description)
White House Card, signed in ink, 71 x 110 mm (ca 3 x 4 inches), very slightly soiled.

COOPER, Sir Astley Paston (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial signed, 1 page 8vo (rather soiled, with notes and calculations on the reverse), Conduit Street, 29 July 1839.

COOPER, James Fenimore (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, made out to Harry Clark for $21.65, Cooperstown 5 June 1841.

COOPER, Susan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a picture-postcard to J P Brown, posted from Maine and postmarked 21 November 1976.

COOPER, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Miall, 1 page 8vo, Ossett, Near Wakefield, 13 February 1873.

COOPER, Thomas Sidney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Vernon Holme, Harbledowne, 22 May 1882.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Splendid ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to on separate leaves headed Private, Avon Croft, Stratford-on-Avon, 9 November 1900.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('Yours faithfully') cut from the foot of a letter.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Large bold signature written diagonally on a sheet of Mason Croft writing-paper, no date (slightly trimmed at the foot not affecting the text).

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on card.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Extensive series of ALsS to Lady Anna Chandos Pole, comprising ca eighty-six letters, mostly with envelopes, 1894-1913 where dated.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS [to Carl Hentschel], 4 pages 4to on separate leaves, Stratford-on-Avon, 11 May 1903.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Prince Charlie', 2½ pages 8vo, Mason Croft, Stratford on Avon, 30 July 1919.

CORELLI, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Series of twenty ALsS to [?Sidney] Walton, 80 pages 8vo, all from Mason Croft, Straford-on-Avon, February 1915 to 31 August 1916.

CORNWALLIS, Charles, 1st Marquis (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Cornwallis') and salutation cut from the foot of a letter, no place, no date

COROT, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, to an unnamed correspondent, ½-page 8vo, Paris, 22 September 1872.

COROT, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to M Richomme in Paris ('Mon cher ami'), ½-page 8vo, no date (postmarked 4 January 1854).

CORSO, Gregory (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph poetical notebook with manuscript sketches and drafts on 20 pages (reminader blank, signed and dated 1963 on the front endpaper.

CORTOT, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, ca 70 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches), dated in pencil in another hand, 29 September 1923.

CORTOT, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph musical quotation signed, dated Dublin 1936, on paper with wide margins.

CORTOT, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature in ink, dated 1932, with a reproduction photograph.

COSWAY, Maria Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (a little age-toned, lacking address-leaf), no place, no date

[COUTTS, Angela Georgina Burdett- (This is a link to the full description)
Series of letters to Miss Burdett-Coutts from crazed suitors, together with related material including an AL of the duke of Wellington.

COUTTS, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong, 95 x 208 mm. / 3½ x 8 inches), 14 October 1806.

COVENTRY, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Robert Clayton, then Sheriff of London, 1½ pages folio with integral address-leaf (part missing, inlaid), Minster Lovell, 31 July 1675.

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Noel (Coward)') to author Ewan [Butler], 2 pages 4to, on writing paper of the Bellevue Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia, 4 March [1964].

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gertrude [Jennings], 2 pages 8vo, 111 Ebury Street, 11 November no year

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Gertrude] Jennings, 1 page 8vo, 111 Ebury Street, 1 September no year

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Yours / Noël'), ca 85 x 111 mm (3½ x 4½ inches) (traces of former mounting on the back).

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Noel') to 'Dear Sybil', 1 page 4to (split at central fold professionally repaired), Ebury Street, 29 March ['1925' in another hand].

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to William Turnbull, 1 page 4to on blue airmail paper, Blue Harbour, Port Maria, Jamaica, 10 January 1961.

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
Typically theatrical signature in blue ink on a stiff grey card, ca 90 x 140 mm (3½ x u½ inches).

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head), signed in ink vertically on the left hand side, lightly mounted on a piece of Coward's writing-paper, in turn mounted on an album leaf.

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Albert Deane of Paramount Pictures, 1 page 8vo on his headed paper, 6 April 1933.

COWARD, Sir Noël (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Noël') to 'Dear Dorothy' (?Dickson), 1 page 4to, 111 Ebury Street, 16 March no year

COWPER, William (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page 4to (some weakness, old repairs) with conjoint leaf, 13 July 1762.

COX, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to R. Hills, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, no place, no date, postmark 1836.

COX, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to another artist, Henry [?Gastineau], 4 pages 8vo, Greenfield House, Harborne, Birmingham, 19 December 1840.

CRABBE, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Robinson at Allington, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, postmark 15 October 1800.

CRABBE, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Murray (on a slip pasted at the foot), 1 page 8vo (laid down, a little foxed), 11 December 1818.

CRAIG, Edith Ailsa Geraldine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ailsa Craig') to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 facing pages 8vo, Tower Cottage, Winchelsea, no date

CRAIG, Edward Gordon (This is a link to the full description)
Corrected typescript of an article Play-making: Goethe's "Faust", 4½ pages 4to, the last page signed in ink and dated 1932.

CRAIGIE, Pearl Mary Teresa (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Lady Reay, 2 pages 8vo, Lancaster Gate, 11 March 1899 and Isle of Wight, 9 December 1900.

CRAIK, Dinah Mulock (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Swan, 1½ pages 12mo (laid down on card), no place, 13 November 1884.

CRAIK, Dinah Mulock (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (laid down on card, small tear), Beckenham, Kent, no date

CRANE, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Haldane?] Macfall, 1 page 4to, Old House, 13 Holland Avenue, 20 November 1909.

CRANE, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alfred Marks, 1 page 8vo, Beaumont Lodge, Shepherd's Bush, 27 April 1884.

CRANE, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Nona] Stewart, 1 page 8vo on his decorative Holland Street writing paper, 27 October 1898.

CRANE, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publisher Rivington, 2 page 8vo (laid down on an album leaf), Place Farm, Streatley-on-Thames, 3 August 1899.

CRAVEN, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Elizabeth M. Brandenbourg A[nsbach] B[ayreuth]') to an unspecified peer, 2 pages 4to (hinged with old tape to a mount), 4 August 1795.

CRAWFORD, Joan (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the editor of the 'Daily Mirror', 1 page 8vo, recipient's date-stamp, (stapled at top left corner), Los Angeles, 17 October 1951.

CRESWICK, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Cubitt, 2 pages 8vo, Linden Grove [Bayswater], 18 May 1852.

CRIMEAN WAR (This is a link to the full description)
Extensive and informative archive of letters written by Christopher Edward Blackett (1826-1904), Captain in the Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders in Crimea.

CROMPTON, Richmal (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Martin, 2 pages 8vo with envelope (a few drops of ?coffee at the top), Chislehurst, 23 November 1965.

CROMPTON, Richmal (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, underlined, on a small white card, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

CROMPTON, Richmal (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Elizabeth Dandridge, a young admirer, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, Beechworth, Orpington Road, Chislehurst, Kent, 29 September 1959.

CROMPTON, Richmal (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Elizabeth Dandridge, apparently a young child, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, Beechworth, Orpington Road, Chislehurst, 23 May 1959.

CROMPTON, Richmal (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Richmal C. Lamburn') to Mrs Marshall, 2 pages 8vo, 11 Stafford Road, Sidcup, 8 November 1960.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Fine LS (a very large 'Oliver P' at the head) addressed to the Commissioners of Admiralty and Marine, 1 page folio, Whitehall, 27 January 1654/5.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Fine LS addressed at the foot in general to his officers, 1 page 4to with red wax seal at the head and integral blank, [Edinburgh] 14 March 1650/1.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('O Cromwell' at the foot), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (a little worn and scuffed), 1 July 1650. With a good impression of Cromwell's seal.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Early Doc S ('Oliver Cromwell') at the foot of the second side, 2 pages oblong folio, 230 x 290 mm (ca 9 x 11 inches) on vellum, 14 November 1626.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S, with a bold signature ('O Cromwell'), 1 page folio (oblong, very small nick at the foot) on vellum with red wax papered seal, 30 June 1651.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., ('Oliver P.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, a little soiled, but in good condition) on vellum with wafer seal, Whitehall, 4 August 1655.

CROMWELL, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('O. Cromwell'), signed also by John Lambert (1619-1683, parliamentary general) to Sir John Wollaston, 1 page folio, 5 November 1651.

[CROMWELL, Richard] (This is a link to the full description)
Document under the Great Seal of the Commonwealth, 240 x 355 mm. (9½ x 14 inches) on vellum, with decorative initial letter, Westminster, 7 October 1658.

CROOKES, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Coronio, 1 page 8vo, (laid down on an album leaf), Kensington Park Gardens, 26 March 1859.

CROOKES, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph showing the chemist seated at a table, in court dress of breeches, stockings and sword, signed on the mount and dated 22 June 1911.

CROOKES, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and two TLsS to [Sir Arthur William] Rücker (1848-1915, physicist), 4 pages 8vo, 7 Kensington Park Gardens and Sark, 1899-1910.

CROSBY, Harry Lillis 'Bing' (This is a link to the full description)
Programme from Epsom race course, signed on the blank back page 'To Ann / Bing Crosby'.

CROSSLEY, Ada (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and the words 'Kind Greetings', dated 7 April 1905, on a piece of her writing-paper (trimmed at the sides, slight traces of mounting).

CROTCH, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and an AL (third person), 2 pages 8vo (torn corner) and 1 page 4to, no place and Kensington Gravel Pits, no date and 23 February 1830.

[CROWLEY, Aleister (This is a link to the full description)
Kenneth Grant's annotated copy of 'Moonchild', first edition, Mandrake Press, 1929 (original cloth, worn, split in upper hinge, 8vo).

CRUIKSHANK, George (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph on card with his signature in the white space beneath the head-and-shoulders portrait.

CRUIKSHANK, George (This is a link to the full description)
Pencil sketch of two gentlemen (or one gent and a non-gent, or a tramp and a fop), irregularly trimmed and inlaid, clearly signed in ink.

CRUIKSHANK, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [illegible], 1 page 8vo (neatly inlaid), 263 Hampstead Road (blind stamp), 8 October 1868.

CRUIKSHANK, George (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page small 8vo (inlaid), 26 June 1841.

CRUIKSHANK, George (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Messrs Shaen, Roscoe & Massey, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), 263 Hampstead Road 14 January 1875.

CUI, César Antonovich (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in French to his publisher, Heugel, 3 pages small 4to, 25 November no year (ca 1909). With a translation.

CUI, César Antonovich (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to his publisher, Heugel, 3½ pages 8vo, no place, 22 September [1909].

CUNNINGHAM, Allan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, blank leaf neatly inlaid, 27 Belgrave Place, Wednesday, no date

CUNNINGHAM, Allan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hughes, 1 page 8vo, Belgrave Place, 3 January 1840.

CURZON, George, Marquess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sanderson (probably Thomas Henry, Baron), 1 page 8vo, 1 Carlton House Terrace, 17 June 1906.

CURZON, George Nathaniel, Marquess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Canon Sheppard], 6 pages 8vo, 1 Carlton House Terrace, with embossed Foreign Office seal, 12 April 1920.

CUST, Henry John Cockayne (This is a link to the full description)
Page proofs of Occasional Poem, Jerusalem, 1918, uncut, inscribed by Ronald Storrs to 'Anne', 24 January 1919.

CUVIER, Baron Georges (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society, 1 page 4to (small printed identification slip), 'au jardin du roi à Paris', 28 June 1830.

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D'ALBERT, Eugene Francis Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of three bars from his opera Tiefland (composed 1903), 82 x 106 mm. (ca 3¼ x 4½ inches), dated at Deresden, 1906

DALHOUSIE, George Ramsay, 9th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (ending 'We beg to offer our Comp[liment]s to Mrs C.'], 1 page 8vo, Coulstoun [Colstoun, East Lothian], 18 January 1815.

DALTON, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('John Dalton, D.C.S. F.R.S. etc') on an attractive embossed card of the British Association, Manchester, measuring 55 x 75 mm (2½ x 3 inches).

DALTON, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink dated 25 December 1838, with wide margins.

DAMER, Anne Seymour (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Sir Joseph Banks], 2 pages 4to (endorsement and traces of mounting on the reverse), Upper Brook Street, 2 June 1802.

DANBY, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sam [?Redgrave], 1 page 8vo (laid down on an album leaf), Exmouth, 4 January 1858.

DANCE, George, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to his daughter Isabella, 2 pages 4to with part of address-leaf, Upper Gower Street, 9 September 1817.

[DARCY, Sir Conyers] (This is a link to the full description)
Contemporary petition to Charles I, 1 page 4to in a fine cursive hand (a few small holes, but in good condition), 1640.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('With my sincere thanks / yours truly obliged / Charles Darwin') cut from the foot of a letter, the text secretarial, undated.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS [to Jonathan Peel (1806-85), a barrister who bred Lonk sheep on his estate], 4 pages 8vo, 6 Queen Anne Street [London], 6 March [1868].

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed to [William Ralston Shedden-]Ralston (1828-89, Librarian and Russian schollar), 1 page 8vo, Down, Beckenham, Kent, 20 December 1875.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to William Robinson, 1838-1935], 2 pages 8vo with integral blank (some stains and soiling), Down, Beckenham, Kent, 10 January [?1876].

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope addressed to J[onathan] Peel in Clitheroe, unsigned, postmark from Beckenham, 10 December [18]73.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('C. Darwin') to an unnamed correspondent [probably John Murray], 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Down, Bromley, Kent, 14 April no year [?1865].

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Important Autograph Letter Signed to the Revd F Howlett, 3 pages 8vo with envelope front adhering to the back, Down, Beckenham, Kent, 21 September [1878].

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Fine full signature ('Charles Robert Darwin / September 21 1852') on paper, 40 x 123 mm (ca 1½ x 5 inches).

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed (but incomplete) to Lady Drysdale, 1 page 8vo (repairs to weak spots), Wells Terrace, Ilkley, Otley, Yorkshire, 'Saturday', no date

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Friedrich Max Müller], 2 pages 8vo (a few stains, small repair to bottom of second leaf), Down, Beckenham, Kent, 5 January 1875.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Charles Darwin') [to William Robertson (1838-1935)], 1 page 8vo with integral blank (a little dust-stained), Down, Beckenham, Kent, 4 January 1876.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
LS (text in the hand of Emma Darwin) with autograph postscript [to William Walmisley] Baxter (d.1900), 4 pages 8vo, Down, Beckenham, 4 September 1873.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Large Signature, in bold strokes, on a piece of writing paper, ca 45 x 125 mm (2 x 5 inches).

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (a publisher, almost certainly Williams and Norgate), 1 page 8vo (laid down on an album leaf, Bassett, Southampton, 26 January no year

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ch Darwin') to Mr Dallas, 1 page 8vo (laid down on thick card), Down, Beckenham, Kent, 25 January 1881.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Fine unpublished ALS to [Walter Raleigh] Browne (1842-1884), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with integral blank, Down, Beckenham, Kent, 28 November 1881.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Sir Henry [Holland], 3½ pages 8vo (some light soiling especially to the edges), Down, Bromley, Kent, 6 November [1864].

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Holland (Saba, wife of Sir Henry Holland), 2 pages 8vo with autograph envelope, Down, Farnborough, Kent, 4 December 1854.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ch. Darwin') to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (a little creased),'Down Bromley Kent', 13 April, no year

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Envelope front addressed in Darwin's hand to Lady Holland in Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, unsigned, laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

DARWIN, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Herrn Christophe in Eyd[t]kuhnen, Werballen, Germany (now Russia), 1 page 8vo with b.l. and envelope, Down, Beckenham, Kent, 12 February 1879.

DARWIN, Erasmus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to the Rev R. Fellowes], 1 page 4to (slight trace of mounting on the reverse, small seal-stain), Derby, 10 April 1799.

DARWIN, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to R[obert] Morton Middleton, 6 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Down, Beckenham, 11 July and 2 October 1882.

DARWIN, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Down, Beckenham, 30 September 1875.

DAUDET, Alphonse (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('mon cher Confrère'), 1 page 8vo, Paris, 6 October 1891.

DAUMIER, Honoré (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph draft letter, unsigned, to an unnamed correspondent ('M'), 1 page 4to, no place, no date

DAVENPORT, Richard Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
4 ALsS (2 initials) announcing the publication of various volumes of the Practical Register, and the imminent repayment of his loan, 4 pages 8vo, 1807-14.

DAVIES, Sir Henry Walford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS with a small autograph quotation to [John E.] Borland, 4 pages 8vo, Segenbalm, 21 Fawley Road, 19 December 1906.

DAVIES, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent sending letters enclosed (no longer) and apologising for the delay, 1 page 8vo (oblong, some wear), 11 October 1719.

DAVIES, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Poem Signed, three 4-line stanzas, 1 page 8vo on laid paper , The Weald, Sevenoaks, no date

DAVY, Sir Humphry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] G[eorge] Children (1777-1852, secretary of the Royal Society), 2 pages 8vo with integral address-leaf, no place, no date (watermark 1824).

DAVY, Sir Humphry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (strengthened in the folds), 'Sunday Morg', no date

DAVY, Jane (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Caroline Lamb, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (delivered by hand), 'Friday, no date, watermark 1813.

DAWKINS, Sir William Boyd (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edgar Worthington, 2 pages 8vo, Mount Gawne, Port St Mary, Isle of Man, 10 July 1888.

DAY LEWIS, Cecil (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, 73A Bedford Gardens, 22 June 1953.

D'AZEGLIO, Massimo Taparelli, Marchese (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to 'Mon cher Emanuel', 1 page 16mo, no place, 26 June no year

DEBENHAM, Frank (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Deb') to a colleague, Colin [Harrison], 2 pages 8vo, 19 Millington Road, Cambridge, 8 November 1951.

DEBUSSY, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Albert Carré [director of the Opéra-Comique, Paris], 1 page 8vo, Sunday 23 December 1906.

DEBUSSY, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink with the inscription 'Londres - I.III./ 09', with wide margins and accompanied by a small reproduction photograph (head).

DEBUSSY, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his close friend René Peter, 1 page 8vo (small paper-clip stain), 'Samedi', no date but 1899 to 1904 since it mentions Madame Debussy.

DEBUSSY, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a letter-card to [Régine] Dansaert, 1 page 8vo (a little soiled), 17 September 1899.

DEBUSSY, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Madame Debat-Ponsan at Auteuil (redirected to Nazelle, Indre et Loire), 1 page 8vo on a letter-card, 80 Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, 22 June 1914.

DE FOREST, Lee (This is a link to the full description)
Correspondence with the Royal Society of Arts, Adelphi, London, consisting of a TLS from de Forest, one from Mrs de Forest and copies of letters to him.

DE GAULLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Wartime TLS to Mrs C W Biscoe, 1 page 4to with envelope, 3 Carlton Gardens, London, 18 February 1943.

DE GAULLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Wartime TLS to Mr C Winter, 1 page 4to, London, 15 July 1940 (received date and note of change-of-address in another hand).

DE HAVILAND, Sir Geoffrey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Isabel Edge, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, The Cottage, Crux Easton, nr Newbury, 6 January 1940.

DEJAZET, Pauline Virginie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Matthews at the Vaudeville Theatre, making elaborate arrangements about a box, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, 3 October 1869. With a translation.

DELACROIX, Eugène (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Eug. Delacroix') to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 1 page 8vo, Paris, 'Samedi Soir', no date

DELAFIELD, E.M. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Elizabeth M Dashwood') to Mr Ratcliffe, 2 pages 8vo, Croyle, Cullompton, Devon, 29 June 1937.

DE LA MARE, Walter John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [H.M.] Tomlinson, inviting him to supper with J.C. Smith and MacNeil Dixon, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Thornsett Road, 14 April 1923.

DE LA MARE, Walter John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wjdlm') to the illustrator, Hugh Chesterman, 2 pages 4to (oblong), Thornsett Road, Anerley, ?8 June ?1921.

DELAND, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Leighton Braunell describing the time it took for her to write 'John Ward Preacher' and 'Philip and His Wife', 1 page 8vo, Boston, 29 September 1894.

DE LESSEPS, Charles Aimée Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Lady Anna [Chandos-Pole], 12 pages 8vo (one rather soiled), Paris and Ismailia, 1899 and 1913 (2).

DE LESSEPS, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte (This is a link to the full description)
LS to H. Darondeau, 1 page 4to on headed paper of the 'Canal Maritime de Suez', Paris, 17 September 1867.

DE LESSEPS, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to de Ferre, 2 pages 8vo (slight staining, small hole at the head, not affecting the text), 21 Avenue Montaigne, 3 November 1889.

DE LESSEPS, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to the Baron de Beyens, the Belgian Minister, 1½ pages 8vo, La Chénaie, par Vatan (Indre), 29 September 1876.

DE LESSEPS, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to the Baron de Beyens, the Belgian Minister], 1 page 8vo, Paris, 30 June 1876.

DE LESSEPS, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Patrick James?] Smyth, in French, 2 pages 8vo (on writing paper of the Shelbourne Hotel), Dublin, 18 August 1871.

DELIBES, Léo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed lady ('Chere Madame'), on two sides of a correspondence card (filing holes at the top, affecting two words on the second side).

DELIBES, Léo (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Halévy (not Jacques Fromental), 4 pages 8vo, 220 Rue de Rivoli [Paris], 29 April 1889.

DELIBES, Léo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ['Chère Madame'] on both sides of a correspondence-card (a little soiled), 22 Rue de Rivoli [Paris], 'Dimanche' no date With translation.

DELIUS. Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of the opening theme of Appalachia, on an album page, 180 x 210 mm. (ca 7 x 8½ inches), dated 22 November 1907.

DE MORGAN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 91 Adelaide Road, 7 September 1865.

DE MORGAN, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his lifelong friend Henry [Holiday], 4 pages 8vo (the last two written as a single 4to page, 127 Church Street, Chelsea, 16 January 1914.

[DENIS, Marie-Louise Mignot] (This is a link to the full description)
Letter written for her by Wagniere, 1 page 8vo, no date

D'ÉON de BEAUMONT, Chevalier (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, as a woman ('la Ch[evaliè]re D'Eon'), to [Louis] Dutens, 4 pages 4to (a little soiled, one ink stain), London 8 September 1786.

DEPEW, Chauncey Mitchell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Sir William' mentioning the cable he contributed to the Jubilee which was 'read by at least sixty millions of people', 1½ pages 8vo, London, 1897.

DE QUINCEY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, ('Yours ever, my dear Sir, Thos De Quincey') cut from the foot of a letter, with three lines from the text on the reverse.

DE QUINCEY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his younger brother, Henry, 1 page 8vo (oblong, lightly laid down), Grasmere, 20 December 1812.

DERAIN, André (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monsieur Gas, 1 page 4to, Chambourcy, 24 February 1948.

DERBY, Edward Stanley, 14th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Stanley') to the Marquis of Westmeath, noting his wishes but not holding out much hope of success, 1½ pages 8vo, C[olonial] O[ffice], 28 Sept. 1841.

DEVONSHIRE, William Cavendish, 5th Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Lords Commissioners for the custody of the great seal, 2 pages 4to (slightly trimmed), Devonshire House, 28 November 1792.

DEVONSHIRE, Georgiana, Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
Two autograph quatrains (unsigned) on an oblong slip (inlaid), 72 x 157 mm. (3 x 6 inches), no date

DEWAR, Thomas Robert, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Carl Hentschel, 2 pages large 4to (facing), Dewar House, Haymarket, 11 December 1914.

DIBDIN, Thomas John (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to his friend and fellow-actor John Bannister, with a poem addressed to Bannister in his wife's hand introducing one letter, in all 6 pages 8vo.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Ryland (1807-1877), 1 page 8vo lightly tipped to a card by the second leaf, Tavistock House, 'Thursday Twenty Fifth May 1854'.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an envelope-front addressed to his son, Charles Dickens, 3 May 1870, penny-red stamp (traces of tape on the lower margin).

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription 'Faithfully yours' dated 'Thursday Fourth February 1864', on Gad's Hill Place writing paper.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to Dr Percy, 1 page 8vo, Gadd's Hill, 28 December 1868.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early signature and subscription ('Faithfully Yours / Charles Dickens') perhaps from the foot of a letter, lightly mounted.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope signed in the lower left-hand corner, addressed to Miss Ely, the back of the envelope bearing an embossed blue 'D' enclosed in a circle.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, probably cut from an envelope, in his characteristic blue ink (original smudge), 65 x 32 mm (ca 2½ x 1¼ inches).

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the artist E[dward] M[atthew] Ward, 1 page 8vo, Tavistock House, 31 May 1854 ('5 o'Clock afternoon').

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS to Miss [Marion] Ely, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Piazza Coffee House [Covent Garden], 2 December 1844.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque on a green form of Coutts Bank, completed in favour of Messrs Davison and Newman for £36 10s 6d., and signed by Dickens, 4 February 1867.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope signed, addressed to Mark Lemon (name only, no address), with red wax seal.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, made out on the bank form of Messrs Coutts & Company, for £5 to 'Self', 26 July 1864.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss (sic) Dora Hoskyns, 1 page 16mo with autograph envelope, Office of All the Year Round, Thursday 17 September 1868.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Hammond, ½-page 8vo, Tavistock House, Tavistock Square, 'Tuesday Nineteenth April, 1859'.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive 1-page 8vo Autograph Letter Signed to Joseph Crook, Tavistock House, London, 10 December 1856.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to John Hardwick, 2 pages 8vo (separate leaves, trace of mounting on reverse only) with original signed envelope, Tavistock House, 8 February 1855.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Albany Fonblanque, 1 page 8vo (glue-stains showing through, trimmed on both sides, but clearly legible), Tavistock House, 28 January 1860.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to George Cattermole (1800-1868, watercolour painter), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper 48 Doughty Street, 'Tuesday Morning', no date [?1837].

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, made out to George Brunt [head gardener at Gad's Hill] for £10, (very slight wear), 11 April 1870.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope to George Hogarth [his father-in-law], signed in the lower left hand corner, no date Slightly soiled, black wax seal (worn) to the flap.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque completed and signed in favour of Mr Holt for £8 6s, drawn on Coutts & Co, London, 19 November 1861.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front, signed in the lower left hand corner, to Mr Sly in Lancaster, laid down on the remains of an album-leaf, postmarked 1 October 1869.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph fragment evidently from a letter, 50 x 113 mm. (ca 2 x 4½ inches).

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Theodore Buckley, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Tavistock House, 'Christmas Day', 1852.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Longman, 1 page 8vo, Devonshire Terrace, 14 February 1844.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('CD') to his valet and dresser, [Henry] Scott, 1 page 8vo (slightly dust-stained), Gad's Hill Place, 19 July 1869.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Moor, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Tavistock House, 27 March 1855.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Scholl, 1 page 8vo (fold tear and spike hole, repaired, some browning in the margins), Tavistock House, 17 September 1856.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the actress [Frances Maria] Kelly in Moscow Road, Bayswater, 2 pages 8vo (conjoint leaves) with envelope, Devonshire Terrace, 4 December 1849.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the dean [of St Paul's], 1 page 8vo with integral blank, in fine clean condition, Tavistock House, 29 May 1856.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope signed 'Charles Dickens' in the lower left hand corner, addressed to his solicitor Frederick Ouvry in Lincoln's Inn Fields, 13 August 1869.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr Winckworth (of Winckworth Silver & Co.), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (bearing remains of old mounting), Tavistock House, 3 October 1853.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jules [Julius] Benedict, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (slight evidence of former mount), Garrick Club, 16 June 1857.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to S.L. Brooks, 2 pages 8vo with endorsement and blank leaf, Tavistock House, 23 July 1858.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Envelope front addressed in Dickens's hand to Lady Holland at 25 Brook Street, the signature from the lower left hand corner removed.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Charles] Barber, apparently a gardener or handyman at Gad's Hill Place, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with autograph envelope, Gad's Hill, 13 November 1864.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Devonshire Terrace, 'Monday Sixteenth October', no date [?1840]. Slightly soiled from former mounting, but generally good.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, subscription ('Faithfully yours'), and most of an address, probably torn from a letter and mounted on cream card then re-mounted on blue card.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page on writing-paper of the Office of All the Year Round, 16 December 1884.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page on writing-paper of the Office of All the Year Round, 20 February 1885.

DICKENS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a contributor, 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Office of All the Year Round, 28 July 1870.

DICKSEE, Sir Francis Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Messel, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Grenville House, 26 June 1898.

DICKSEE, Sir Francis Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Henslow, 2 pages (facing pages, but glued together), Athenaeum, 'Thursday', no date

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Envelope front addressed to Joseph Lovegrove in Gloucester and signed ('B. Disraeli') in the lower left-hand corner, laid down on an album leaf.

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('D') to W Lowndes, 3½ pages 8vo (a little soiled on the last page), Grosvenor Gate, 7 November 1857.

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Brief Autograph Note Signed ('D') to Aug[ustus Stafford] O'Brien (1811-1857), 1 page 8vo (oblong) with addressee's name on the reverse, no date

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('B. Disraeli') to H[enry] Glassford Bell (1803-1874, miscellaneous writer and Sheriff), 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Glasgow, 21 November 1873.

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front, signed in the lower left hand corner, addressed to William Lovell in Charles Street, St James's, no date

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William Leader] Maberly (1798-1885 secretary of the Post Office), 4 pages 8vo, House of Commons, 'Friday', no date but ca 1840.

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('B. Disraeli') to the Rev Dr Alexander, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Grosvenor Gate, 24 March 1861.

DISRAELI, Benjamin, earl of Beaconsfield (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS ('B. Disraeli') on 1 page 8vo (tattered at the left hand side with some loss), no date

D'ISRAELI, Isaac (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Thomas Crofton Croker, 1 page 4to, closely written, with address on the reverse (traces of old mount), Bloomsbury Square, 'Saturday', no date

DISRAELI, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the Minister of Greece, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with blank leaf, 10 Downing Street, 16 February 1875.

DIXIE, Lady Florence Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed to Ernest Bell, (remains of mount), Glen Stuart, no date [postmark 1 August 1904].

DOBSON, Henry Austin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Sterry', ½-page 8vo (a little dust-soiled), 24 June 1881.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (oblong, glue-stains to the reverse, worn in the fold), Ch[rist] Ch[urch], 25 October 1897.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to W J Johnson, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 26 October 1890.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to 'My dear Ogle, 3 pages small 8vo (5½ x 3½ inches, slight traces of old mount on third page), Ch[rist] Ch[urch], 1 May 1888.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C L Dodgson') to Mrs Poole, wife of the historian Reginald Lane Poole, 1 page 8vo (oblong) with envelope, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], 13 March 1897.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
Printed circular letter addressed by Dodgson in purple ink to [Charlot M?] Yonge, and signed at the end, 2 page 8vo, Ch[rist] Ch[urch] Oxford, 19 June 1889.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
Miniature ALS to a child friend, Gladys Baly, 1 page ?32mo, 80 x 50 mm (3 x 2 inches) with matching miniature envelope, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], 17 Dec 1892.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to Mrs Baly, mother of his child-friend Gladys, 1 page 8vo, 7 Lushington Road, Eastbourne, 7 August 1893.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to a child friend, Mabel Burton, 3 pages 8vo, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 21 October 1879.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to a child friend, Mabel Burton ('My dear Mab'), 1 page 8vo, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 20 June 1880.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to Florence Burton, sister of his child friend, Mabel, 4½ pages 8vo with autograph envelope, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 22 October 1883.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to a child friend, Mabel Burton ('My dear Mab'), 3 pages 8vo, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 13 June 1880.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lewis Carroll') to a child friend, Mabel Burton ('My dear Child'), 1 page 8vo, Ch[rist] Ch[urch], Oxford, 23 December 1886.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to Mrs [Alice] Mallam, wife of James Thomas Mallam, 2 pages 8vo (oblong, a little stained), Christ Church, Oxford, 4 March 1897.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('C.L. Dodgson') to Mrs [Alice] Mallam, wife of James Thomas Mallam, 1 pages 8vo (oblong,), Christ Church, Oxford, 13 March 1897.

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Your loving friend CLD') to a young lady friend Ursula [Mallam], 1 page 8vo (oblong), Christ Church, Oxford, 17 March [1897].

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
Signature (Sincerely yours, / CLD') evidently from the foot of a letter (slight traces of former mounting), no date

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge (This is a link to the full description)
Signature 'C L Dodgson' in purple ink, with eleven words cut from the foot of a letter, no date Glue-stains and erased text to the reverse.

DODINGTON, George Bubb, Baron Melcombe (This is a link to the full description)
The Diary of the Late George Bubb Dodington, London 1784, full calf, hinges a little weak, extra-illustrated with ca 40 contemporary documents.

DOLLMAN, John Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Archive of ca 85 letters to Dollman, between 1904 and 1907, with one of 1924, primarily from notable fellow artists of the era.

DONALDSON, John (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to H[enry] E[dward] Dibdin (1813-1866, musician), 6 pages 8vo (traces of glue on first page, small hole in final, blank leaf), Marchfield, no date

DONAT, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

DONLEAVY, James Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
4 TLsS and 1 Typewritten Postcard ('Mike' or 'Mike D') to John Rosselli, 4 pages 8vo and 4to, London, Isle of Man, and Connemara, 1957-58.

DORFMANN, Ania (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph (head), 180 x 135 mm (ca 7 x 5 inches), signed and inscribed to Mrs Solomons, and dated 2 February 1931.

D'ORSAY, Count Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir John Macdonald, 2 pages 8vo, Gore House, 24 August 1846.

D'ORSAY, Count Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Albert Smith (1816-1860, Author and lecturer), 2 pages 8vo, Gore House 'Saturday', no date

DOUCE, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Rodd, 1 page 8vo, (tipped to a backing-sheet), no place, 'Saturday 12 O'Clock', no date

DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred Bruce (This is a link to the full description)
Three revealing ALsS to Mrs Edge, in all 11 pages 8vo and 1 page 4to, 16 Drayton Place and Wiltcher's Hotel, Brussels, June 14 and 20 and October 21 1924.

DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred Bruce (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1936, signed on the inside, 90 x 140 mm. (3½ x 5½ inches).

DOWNING, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, an exchequer receipt on a narrow vellum strip, 65 x 340 mm (ca 2½ x 13½ inches), dated 17 February 1665/6.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to W Roughead c/o A Peters (traces of former mounting on the address side), 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, postmarked 1929.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Conan Doyle's visiting card (with the address of Windlesham and the Athenaeum Club), with an autograph note signed with initials on the reverse.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope (unsigned) addressed to Carl Hentschel jnr. with the postmark of 16 September 1914 (a little soiled overall).

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Fine full signature 'Yours sincerely / Arthur Conan Doyle', dated 17 October 1923, on a large piece of cartridge paper.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed in ink on the (slightly irregular) white border, and inscribed 'With best regards').

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Enesy in Budapest, 2 pages 4to with autograph envelope (postage stamp removed), 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, 'Dec 4', date stamped 1929.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Enesy in Budapest, 2 pages small 4to, Windlesham, Crowborough, 'May 20', no year

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Enesy in Budapest, 2 pages small 4to, Windlesham, Crowborough, 18 May [1926].

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Enesy in Budapest, 2 pages small 4to, 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, 8 March 1926.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on two sides of a correspondence-card to General Enesy in Budapest, Bignell Wood, Minstead, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, 19 November no year

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence-card to General [Enesy in Budapest], Windlesham, Crowborough, 31 December [1929].

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on correspondence-card to General [Enesy in Budapest], Windlesham, Crowborough, 30 January no year (small chip from one corner).

[DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan] (This is a link to the full description)
A small collection of pieces relating to Conan Doyle, including four autograph envelopes (unsigned), two photographs, and letters of his wife and daughter.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript Signed of 'Three of Them', 13 pages 4to, with a letter mentioning Sherlock Holmes and another in the hand of Arthur Wood.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('A. Conan Doyle. MD') evidently from the foot of a letter (a little stained, but bold and clear).

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early ALS to F[rederick] B[azett] Doveton, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf and envelope, Bush Villa, Southsea, postmark, 31 March 1890.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Brief early ALS on a card to F[rederick] B[azett] Doveton, with envelope, Bush Villa, [Southsea], 3 July 1890.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Payn, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (the lower half pasted to the remains of a mount), 12 Tennison Road, South Norwood, no date

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to A. Dunn, Windlesham, Crowborough, postmark 4 May 1914.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence-card to General [Enesy in Budapest], Windlesham, Crowborough, 31 December [1929].

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
Series of Three ALsS to Lilian Walbrook, 3 pages small 4to, January and February [1923], with a further secretarial letter, 2 December 1922.

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Geoffrey] Hodson (1886-1983), 1 page small 4to, Windlesham, Crowborough, Sussex, 22 February no year

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alfred Austin (incorrectly addressed as 'Sir' Alfred), 1 page 8vo (lightly tipped to an album leaf), Undershaw, Hindhead, 23 November no year

DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page small 4to (a little soiled, one small tear), Bignell Wood, Minstead, Lyndhurst, 13 August no year [stamped 1928].

DOYLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Thomas (small hole in the paper) Cubitt, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, C[ambridge] T[errace], 'Friday P.M.', dated in another hand 12 December 1848.

DOYLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alexander Mitchell, 4 pages 8vo, 17 Cambridge Terrace, 10 March 1857.

DOYLE, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to J[ohn] Leech, written on the inner flap of an envelope address to Leech on the front, neatly inlaid, no date

DRAGONETTI, Domenico (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in English, to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, Leicester Square, 25 January 1828.

DREISER, Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Herls, 1 page 8vo, 165 West 10th Street, New York, 5 January 1914.

DRINKWATER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Wheeler, 1 page 8vo (browned in the folds), 260 Mary Street, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, 12 April 1914.

DRINKWATER, John (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed and dated London 1923 in a very small hand (traces of old mounting on the reverse only).

DRINKWATER, John (This is a link to the full description)
SHAKESPEARE, Autograph Manuscript 128 pages 8vo in a small hand, in a cloth-bound notebook with slip-case.

DRUCE, George Claridge (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, Yardley Lodge, Oxford, 9 March no year

DRUMMOND, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Sir David, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 29 November 1854.

DRURY LANE THEATRE (This is a link to the full description)
Certificate of stock sale to George Henry Robins (1777-1847, auctioneer) of The Piazza, Covent Garden, large 4to on printed form with autogaph inserts.

DU BARRY, Comtesse (Marie Jeanne Bécu) (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque Signed ('La Comtesse du barry') in the form of a letter to her banker, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 18 April 1781.

DU BARRY, Comtesse (Marie Jeanne Bécu) (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt signed ('la Comtesse du barry') and annotated by her, 1 page 8vo (oblong, neatly inlaid), Louveciennes, 10 January 1786.

DU CHAILLU, Paul Belloni (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to 'My dear Cooke', 1 page 8vo on blue paper (irregularly trimmed and laid down), Paris, 11 July 1864.

DU CHAILLU, Paul Belloni (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C. Mackie, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 18 November 1861.

DUMAS, Alexandre (père) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to his friend and lawyer, Duverdy], 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, no place, no date

DUMAS, Alexandre (père) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Mon Cher enfant' (probably his son, Dumas fils), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, no place, no date

DUMAS, Alexandre (fils) (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to 'Ma chère Marthe', ½-page 8vo, no place, no date

DUMAS, Alexandre (fils) (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph aphorism signed ('A. Dumas fils'), in French, 1 page 8vo (oblong, two holes at the top where it was apparently detached from an album leaf), no date

DU MAURIER, Daphne (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Malpass, 1 page 8vo (slight traces of former moutning on the reverse), Kilmarth, Par, Cornwall, 18 April 1977.

DU MAURIER, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lucas Ionides in Notting Hill, the 'G' as a sketch of a face, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 12 Earls Terrace, Kensington, 8 February 1870.

DU MAURIER, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 1 page 8vo, New Grove House, Hampstead Heath, 11 October no year

DU MAURIER, Sir Gerald (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized signed photograph showing du Maurier at full length as The Hon Ernest Woolley [in Barrie's The Admirable Crichton], signed in ink.

[DUMOURIEZ, General Charles-François] (This is a link to the full description)
'Mémoire militaire sur l'Angleterre'; manuscript of 113 pages folio in a neat scribal hand with corrections and annotations in another hand.

DUNCAN, Jonathan (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Charles Grant sending news from India, 2 pages 4to, Bombay, 30 November 1805 (received 3 May 1806).

DUNDAS, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Melville') to Sir Thomas B. Thompson, 1 page 4to (tear near the top not affecting the text), Cleveland Row, 25 March 1807.

DUNDAS, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Melville') to Rear Admiral Sir T[homas] Graves, 1 page 4to, Admiralty, 24 February 1805.

DUNDAS, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Henry Dundas'), 1 page folio, Downing Street, 10 November 1799.

DUNKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Mr Spelman, 5¼ pages 4to, making inquiries about the Spelman family for his 'History and Antiquities of Dartford', Dartford, 18 August 1844.

DUNSANY, Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 4 pages 8vo (traces of old mount to foot of last page), Dunsany Castle, 28 August 1924.

DUNSANY, Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron of (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Dr [Bethel] Solomons, 3½ pages 8vo (some light soiling and traces of mounting), Dunsany Castle and Cadogan Square, 27 November 1932 and no date

DUSE, Eleanora (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Eleanora') to 'Cara, Cara Laura', 2 facing pages 8vo on elaborate writing paper of the Grand Hotel Brun in Bologna, no date With a full translation.

DUTILLEUX, Henri (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and ANS (initials) to Lina Lalandi of the English Bach Festival Trust, 1 page 4to (letter), Paris, 27 January 1988, with autograph envelope.

DVORAK, Antonin (This is a link to the full description)
Requiem Mass, opus 89, piano score, Novello's original octavo edition, 1891, signed on the titlepage 'Antonin Dvorak' in ink.

DVORAK, Antonin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Henry Littleton of Novello's, in eccentric English, 2 pages (not back-to back) 8vo (small tape-stains not affecting the text), [Prague, probably May 1885].

DVORAK, Antonin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to an unnamed correspondent, Prague, 21 October 1891.

DYER, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 1 page 4to (oblong, indented at the top, brown stain to lower right hand side), 24 November [1604].

DYER, Sir William Turner Thislelton- (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir') & Mr Silver (probably the same), 6 pages 8vo, Kew, April and July 1884.

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EASTLAKE, Sir Charles Lock (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?David] Roberts, 1½ pages 8vo, 7 Fitzroy Square, 28 June 1853.

EASTLAKE, Sir Charles Lock (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to J[ohn] Murray, 1 page 8vo, 7 Fitzroy Square, 12 August 1844(?9).

EASTLAKE, Sir Charles Lock (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Craufurd, 4 pages 8vo (the last rather dust-soiled), 7 Fitzroy Square, 8 July 1861.

EASTMAN, George (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Sir Henry Trueman Wood, 1 page 4to, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York, 19 May 1913 (received stamp of the Royal Society of Arts).

EDDINGTON, Sir Arthur Stanley (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent enclosing a page from 'The Nature of the Physical World', 1 page 8vo, Observatory, Cambridge, 6 July 1935.

EDEN, Sir Anthony, 1st Earl of Avon (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature in ink on a small piece (wide margins), together with a letter from his secretary transmitting his refusal to grant an interview.

EDGEWORTH, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and valediction ('ever yours sincerely') from a letter dated 16 August 1831.

EDGEWORTH, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
Signature dated 1 February 1844 in the centre of a piece of paper, 16mo, no date

EDGEWORTH, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mary and Agnes Berry ('My dear Miss Berrys'), 4 pages 8vo (mounting strip on fourth page), Edgeworth's Town, 3 April 1816.

EDGEWORTH, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Hunter, 3 pages 8vo (some traces of mounting on the reverse), 1 North Audley Street, 9 February 1841.

EDGEWORTH, Richard Lovell (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Richd Lovell Edgeworth') and last two lines from a letter, undated.

EDISON, Thomas Alva (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and date (in another hand '24 June 1930', the year before he died), laid down on an 8vo album leaf with a newspaper photograph and biography.

EDISON, Thomas Alva (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small card (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), no date

EDISON, Thomas Alva (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature in ink on a card with bevelled edge, evidently intended as a visiting card, no date

[EDWARD II] (This is a link to the full description)
Fine document from the reign of Edward II in an unusually elegant hand, with the greater part of the pendant seal attached, 3 Edward II [1309].

EDWARD VI (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward' at the head) to the dean and chapter of Exeter, 1 page folio with address on the reverse, Westminster, 10 February II Edward VI [1548].

[EDWARD VI] (This is a link to the full description)
Document with the rare Great Seal and initial letter portrait, 1551.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert Edward') to Lady de Clifford, 2 pages 8vo, Marlborough House, no date

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('A.E.') to 'Lady C.', 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Turf Club, 'Wednesday' no date

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('A.E.') to an unnamed duchess, both sides of a black-edged correspondence-card, Sandringham, 3 December, no year

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
Series of thirteen ALsS to Victor, Count Gleichen (1833-1901 admiral and sculptor), 16 pages 8vo and 1 card, Osborne and London, 1861-1891 where dated.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal (some slight offsetting), given at St James's, 3 July 1908.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert Edward') to Lady de Clifford, 2 pages 8vo (some wear, and traces of mounting on the second page), Marlborough House, no date

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert Edward') to the Hon. G. Cardwell, M.P., 4 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, Abergeldie Castle, Aberdeenshire, 24 September 1872.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS as king ('Edward R') to [Frederick Edward Grey] Ponsonby ('My dear Fritz'), 2 sides of a correspondence-card with envelope (rather soiled), Buckingham Palace, 7 June 1903.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert Edward' as Prince of Wales), to the Countess of Cork and Orrery, 3 pages 8vo with blank leaf and envelope, Marlborough House, 30 October 1895.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
Good series of 7 ALsS to Mrs Rupert Beckett (Muriel), 5 pages 8vo and 4 correspondence cards, Marlborough House, Sandringham & Down Place, 1899-1902 where dated

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('A.E.') to 'My dear Henry', 3 pages 8vo, Marlborough House, 'Friday Evening', no date

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Albert Edward P.') to the Rev. J. Maurice Wilson, 2 pages 4to ( one paperclip stain), Marlborough House, 17 February 1882.

EDWARD VII (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S as king ('Edward R & I') at the head, the text printed, 2 pages folio with blank leaf (two light stains), St James's, July 1904 (day left blank)

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Lord Rootes (1894-1964, William, 1st Baron), 1 page 4to (filing holes), Ednam Lodge, Sunningdale, with blue embossed coronet, 18 October 1946.

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph by Hugh Cecil, Signed ('Edward P / 1924'), in original black leather frame with gold Prince of Wales feathered crest (slightly worn).

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Edward / Duke of Windsor') on an embossed, coronetted card, together with that of the Duchess ('Wallis / Duchess of Windsor').

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Edward') to Commander Sir Jameson Boyd Adams ('Dear Bill'), 1 page 4to with envelope, 85 rue de la Faisanderie, Paris XVI, 4 October 1951.

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Chairman of Messrs Helbert, Wagg & Co, 1 page 8vo (received stamp), St James's Palace, April 1935.

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Edward') in ink on a small page with royal arms at the head and red-ruled borders, no date

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Edward P' as Prince of Wales) to Lady Oxford (presumably Margot Asquith), 2 pages 8vo, St James's Palace, 'Friday', no date

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Edward') as Duke of Windsor, to [Major] Gray [Phillips, equerry to the Duke], 1 page 4to, 4 Route du Champ d'Entrainement, Paris, 1 July 1954.

EDWARD VIII (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward / Duke of Windsor'), to Gerald Hamilton, 1 page 4to with envelope, 4 Route du Champ d'Entrainement, Paris, 10 February 1964.

EDWIN, John, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to his mother-in-law Mrs Richards at the Theatre, Margate, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Wakefield, 25 September 1796.

EGERTON, Thomas, 1st Viscount Brackley (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Nathaniel Bacon (1546?-1622), ½-page folio with address leaf (old repairs in the fold), 'At yorkhouse', 15 June 1600.

EGG, Augustus Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles Manby, 1 page 16mo, The Elms, Kensington, no date, [endorsed by recipient 'Ans[wer]ed Sept 9. 1860'].

EGG, Augustus Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to [Henry Nelson] O'Neil (1817-1880, painter), 4 pages 8vo closely written, Algiers, 29 November 1862.

EINEM, Gottfried von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS incorporating an Autograph Music Quotation Signed to J Ferntree, 1 page 8vo (oblong) with envelope, Vienna, '28 (I believe) 1.65'.

EINSTEIN, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
Lithograph portrait by Josef Charl, signed by Einstein in the lower left hand corner and by the artist in the lower right hand corner, 500 x 430 mm (20 x 17 inches).

EINSTEIN, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
TLS, in German, to Jacob Barr, 1 page 4to, 112 Mercer Street, Princeton (blind-stamp at the head), 10 December 1938.

EINSTEIN, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German ('Papa') to his son Hans Albert, 1 page 4to, Princeton, 4 August 1948.

EINSTEIN, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German ('Papa') to his son Hans Albert, 1½ pages 4to, Christ Church College, Oxford, 30 May 1933.

[EISENHOWER, Dwight David] (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1960, (slightly soiled on outside), containing printed message of greetings from President and Mrs Eisenhower, unsigned.

EISENHOWER, Dwight David (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Frank O. Salisbury, 1 page 4to on paper of The White House, as from Augusta, Georgia, 31 December 1954.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Harold Brooke [of Novello & Co, Elgar's publishers], 1 page 4to (with typewritten transcript), Hampstead, 6 October 1914.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, head and shoulders, signed horizontally on a dark part of the image.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to [Alfred] Littleton of the publishers, Novello, 4 pages 4to, Plas Gwyn, Hereford, 30 August 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his publishers, Novello and Co., 1 page 4to, Plas Gwyn, Hereford, 23 August 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to T.D. Hawkins, 1 page 4to, (filing-holes at left margin, trace of mount), Worcester, 11 September 1933.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to his publisher, Leslie [Boosey], 2½ pages 8vo, Worcester, 9 January 1931.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed Elgar') to his publisher, Novello & Co. ('Dear Sirs'), 3 pages 8vo (recipient's endorsement stamps in two places), Lymington, 20 November 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed Elgar') to Alfred Littleton, 3 pages 4to, Hereford, 7 October 1910.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Henry] Clayton, Company Secretary for Novello's and Elgar's Concert Agent, 2 pages 8vo, Hereford, 13 August 1909.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed. Elgar') to [Alfred] Littleton of his publishers Novello's, 3½ pages 8vo, Plas Gwyn, Hereford, 'Wednesday' [14 July 1909]

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed. Elgar') to Alfred Littleton of the publishers Novello's, 3½ pages 8vo, Langham Hotel, London, 'Thursday am' [8 July 1909].

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Henry Clayton, 1 page 4to, Hereford, 11 January 1911 (a few small pin-holes), together with small quantity of related correspondence.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to his publisher Leslie [Boosey], 2 pages 8vo, Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, 9 November 1926.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alfred Littleton, 1 page 4to, Hereford, 15 March 1911.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Carl] Hentschel, 1 page 4to, from his office as Master of the King's Musick, St James's, 27 October 1926.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Large bold signature in blue ink on an album leaf, together with a letter from Albert Sammons sending it as a gift.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed. Elgar') to [Alfred] Littleton of his publishers, Novello's, 4 pages 8vo, Westerton, Cults, Aberdeenshire, 23 October [1909].

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Edward Elgar') to Harold Brooke, 1 page 4to, Queen Anne's Mansion, 10 October 1910.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed Elgar') to Alfred Littleton, 1 page 8vo, 22 Old Queen Street, no date [?1909].

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed Elgar') to his publishers, Novello & Co. ('Dear Sirs'), 1 page 8vo, Hereford, 11 October 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed E') to Alfred Littleton, 2 pages 8vo, (small tear in the fold), Langham Hotel, London, ['8 March 1911' in pencil at the head in another hand].

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in red ink to Harold Brooke [of Novello & Co, Elgar's publishers], 1 page 4to, (slightly creased), 7 March 1911 [recipient's ink stamp].

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ed Elgar') to Henry Clayton [of Novello & Co, Elgar's publishers], 1 page 4to, (slight folds and pin-holes), Hampstead, 30 October 1912.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Novellos, 3 pages 4to, Worcester, 31 August, 10 and 19 September 1932, with related duplicate typescript correspondence from Novellos.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Harold Brooke, 1 page 4to on black-edged paper, Hampstead, 8 March 1921, with typwritten copy. Apologising for the delay in sending an enclosure.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Henry Clayton, 1 page 4to, Than yr allt, 9 May 1917. Returning a letter from Cologne and hoping for better terms.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
The Dream of Gerontius, vocal score, Novello's Octavo edition, paper covers a little foxed and worn, boldly signed on the title page.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of the opening four bars of The Dream of Gerontius (marked 'Mistico'), dated at Great Saughall, Near Chester, 18 August 1902.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript of the Minuet from the incidental music to Beau Brummell, full score, 15 pages folio numbered 50 to 64, ca 1928.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr John E. Borland (organist and composer), 3 pages 8vo, 38 Via Gregoriana, Rome, 30 April 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [John E. Borland, organist and composer], 1 page 4to with integral blank, Plas Gwyn, Hereford, 31 May 1908.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr J[ohn] E. Borland (organist and composer), 1½ pages 4to (a little soiled on the reverse), Brinkwells, Fittleworth, Sussex, 24 November 1918.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Edward') to 'My dear Norman', 1 page 4to, Worcester (on his 'Master of the King's Musick' paper), 29 November 1931.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Nicholas] Kilburn, 3 pages 8vo, Forli (crossed through), Malvern, 17 November 1898.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Gertrude', 3 pages 8vo (inner pages a little browned from framing), Brooks's, St James's Street, 18 March 1922.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Ronald', probably Sir Landon Ronald (1873-1938, conductor and champion of Elgar's music), 1 page 4to, Hereford, 13 February no year

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to N[icholas] Kilburn, Villa S. Giovanni, Alassio, December 1903 (a pencilled note says the 12th), address on the reverse.

[ELGAR, Sir Edward] (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS from Eric Fenby to Mr & Mrs Gordon about Elgar's proposed visit to see Delius, 2 pages 4to (one small hole), Scarborough, 1 June 1933.

[ELGAR, Sir Edward] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Carice S. Blake, Elgar's daughter, to H.S. Gordon, editor of The Music Student, 1 page 4to, Marl Bank, Worcester, 5 April 1934.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lionel Holland, 1½ pages small 4to with integral second leaf, 37 St James's Place, 25 January 1922.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph showing the composer at half-length by Russell & Sons of Baker Street, signed, inscribed and dated 1902.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Series of eight letters, four on cards and one dictated, to Isaiah Burnell (1872-1959), February 1914 to December 1933.

ELGAR, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H[ezekiah] Lloyd (1854-1918), 1 page 4to, Plas Gwyn, Hereford (blind stamp), 6 April 1905.

ELGAR, Sir Edward William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Perowne (possibly the daughter of John Perowne, Bishop of Worcester), 2½ pages 8vo, Forli, Malvern, 16 December no year

ELIOT, Charles William (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to E.J. Broadfield, 1 page 4to, Harvard University, 27 December 1908.

ELIOT, George. Mary Ann Lewes (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt Signed ('Marian Lewes' over a one penny revenue stamp), 1 page 8vo (oblong on blue paper), 17 June 1862.

ELIOT, George. Mary Ann Lewes (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt Signed (with the unusual late signature 'Mary Ann Cross' over a one penny revenue stamp), 1 page 8vo (oblong, a little worn), 15 December 1880.

ELIOT, George (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt Signed ('Marian Lewes'), 1 page 8vo (oblong)

ELIOT, George. Mary Ann Lewes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('M.E. Lewes') to [Joseph] Langford, the London representative of her publishers, Blackwoods, ½-page 8vo, The Priory, Regents Park, 17 May 1873.

ELIOT, George. Mary Ann Lewes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('M A Cross') to Lady Holland, 1 page 8vo in characteristic purple ink, The Heights, Witley, Godalming, 'Tuesday', no date

ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph picture postcard signed ('Tom') to Miss [Meg] Nason, from the Mid-Ocean Club in Bermuda, postmarked 26 April 195?8.

ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Tom') to 'My dear Meg' [Nason], 1 page 4to, 24 Russell Square, 5 October 1962.

ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with an autograph alteration, to [Donald Coggan], the Bishop of Bradford (later Archbishop of Canterbury), 1 page 4to, Faber & Faber, 7 April 1960.

ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Miss Forwood, 1 page 4to, on writing paper of Faber & Faber, 24 Russell Square, 14 February 1936.

ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (This is a link to the full description)
ANS, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of 24 Russell Square (the address of Faber & Faber), no date

ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S (a bold 'Elizabeth R' at the head), 1 page folio with second leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement, given at Richmond, 10 March 1567.

ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Royal Warrant Signed ('Elizabeth R'), 1 page oblong folio on vellum, (slight stains, but in good condition), Westminster, 30 November 8 Elizabeth [1565].

PRIVY COUNCIL DOCUMENT OF ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Warrant addressed to Lord Burghley as Lord Treasurer, 1 page folio, Greenwich, 29 June 1598, countersigned by Burghley at the foot.

PRIVY COUNCIL OF ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Letter to the Sheriff of Staffordshire, 1 page folio with address-leaf, lightly tipped in a binding, ½-leather (worn), November 1584.

ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early Document Signed, 1 page oblong folio on vellum (some soiling especially on the reverse, lacking the original seal), Given at Greenwich, 7 September 1562.

[ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Document with the second Great Seal, 1 page large folio on vellum (somewhat soiled and creased), Westminster, 24 November, 34 Elizabeth I [1591].

ELIZABETH I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Letter Signed and subscribed to the archbishop of Cologne, in French, 1 page folio with integral address-leaf, Greenwich, 13 March 1586/7.

[ELIZABETH I] (This is a link to the full description)
Document under the Great Seal, 155 x 355 mm (6½ x 14 inches) on vellum, dated at Westminster, 2 March, 28 Elizabeth [1586].

ELIZABETH II (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card signed by both the Queen and Prince Philip, folded ivory card with gilt crest on the front, ca 1951.

ELIZABETH II (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1954, signed by The Queen and Prince Philip (slight signs of mounting on the reverse only.

ELIZABETH II (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1959, signed by The Queen and Prince Philip (slight signs of mounting on the reverse only.

ELIZABETH II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Elizabeth R' at the head), partially printed and completed in typescript, 2 pages folio with red paper seal, given at St James's, 9 January 1974.

ELIZABETH, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady de Grey, 1½ pages 8vo, St James's Palace, 20 May 1835.

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1954 boldly signed and dated opposite a colour photograph.

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1960 signed ('from Elizabeth R') on the inside cover (slight traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1961 signed ('from Elizabeth R'), with a colour picture showing the garden at Royal Lodge [Windsor] (traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1964 signed ('from Elizabeth R') (a red semi-circular stain on the cover and inside page, possibly made by careless use of a wine glass).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1959 signed ('from Elizabeth R') (very slight traces of mounting on the reverse).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1962 signed ('from Elizabeth R') (slight traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1965 signed ('from Elizaabeth R') (small spots on the cover, traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1967 (the year after her operation for colon cancer) signed (slight traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1972 signed ('from Elizabeth R') (the cover somewhat creased and a tear held together with tape, traces of mounting on the back).

ELIZABETH, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1980 signed ('from Elizabeth R') on the inside with a black-and-white photograph of the Queen Mother flanked by her daughters.

ELLIOTSON, John (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS, at least two and possibly all to Charles Dickens, in all 4 pages 12mo, no place, no date

ELLIOT, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Sir Stephen Tallents, 1 page 4to, House of Commons, 6 April 1934.

ELLIS, Henry Havelock (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Laing, 2 pages 4to with envelope, 14 Dover Mansions, Canterbury Road, Brixton, 22 November 1919.

ELLISTON, Robert William (This is a link to the full description)
Printed ticket for two to the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, signed and with autograph additions of date and name of the production.

ELLISTON, Robert William (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS and 1 LS (third person) to various actors, in all 9 pages 8vo and 1 page 4to, Drury Lane Theatre and Birmingham, 1818 to 1824.

ELMAN, Mischa (This is a link to the full description)
Large bold signature in ink on an album leaf, no date

ELWES, Gervase Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Lewis, 2 pages 8vo (oblong, some staining), The Manor House, Brigg, Lincolnshire, 5 NOvember 1905.

ENGLEFIELD, Sir Henry Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John] Flaxman, 1 page 4to with remains of an address-leaf and red wax seal, Scarborough, 10 October 1783.

ENGLISH MUSICIANS (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of letters, testimonials, etc. to the organist and composer Dr John E. Borland.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 3 pages folio on paper, partly printed and completed in typescript, with red papered seal, St James's, 25 July 1931.

EPSTEIN, Sir Jacob (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John] Scott-Taggart, 2 pages 8vo (some browning), 18 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington, 17 October [1951].

EPSTEIN, Sir Jacob (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Augustus [?John], 2 pages small 4to on grey paper with integral blank leaf, 18 Hyde Park Gate, 'Wednesday', no date

EPSTEIN, Sir Jacob (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Browne, 1 page 4to (tipped to an album leaf), 18 Hyde Park Gate, 18 April 1930.

ERNEST AUGUSTUS, Duke of Cumberland (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo with integral second leaf, Kew, 3 September 1796.

ESPOZ Y MINA, Francisco (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in Spanish to Lord Fitzroy Somerset (later Lord Raglan), 1 page 4to, 3 Upper Park Place, Blackheath, 6 November 1828.

ESQUIROL, Jean Etienne Dominique (This is a link to the full description)
Contemporary copy of an ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages folio, Paris, 4 May 1827.

ESSEX, Robert Devereux, Second earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('R Essex') to his friend Richard Bagot (ca 1530-1597), 1 page folio with address-leaf (corner cut away), n.p, 8 June, dated '1588' in pencil in a modern hand.

ETTY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Rigby, 1 page 8vo, (laid down and a little dust stained), Buckingham Street, Strand, 28 March 1844.

EUGENE OF SAVOY (This is a link to the full description)
LS as Counsellor of State, President of the Aulic Council of War, Field-Marshal, etc., 2 pages folio with papered seal, 22 January 1711.

EVANS, Sir Arthur Evans (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Cryil A Munro, on a small card, Oxford, 25 June 1920.

EVANS, Sir E.R.G.R., Lord Mountevans (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque Signed ('E.R.G.R. Evans') on a pre-printed form of the Westminster Bank, with two pence revenue stamp and the usual bank cancellations.

EVANS, Sir E.R.G.R., Lord Mountevans (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque Signed ('E.R.G.R. Evans') on a pre-printed form of the Westminster Bank, with two pence revenue stamp and the usual bank cancellations.

EVANS, Sir E.R.G.R., Lord Mountevans (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Antarctic explorer [Edward Adrian] Wilson (1872-1912), 1 page 4to on writing paper of the British Antarctic Expedition 1910, 'Saturday' no date

EVANS, Sir E.R.G.R., Lord Mountevans (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph, postcard sized, undated.

EVANS, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward] Whymper (1840-1911, artist and mountain climber), 1½ pages 8vo, Nash Mills, Hemel Hempstead, 23 October 1897.

EVELYN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page folio (corner of bottom right missing, probably the seal), 7 November 1653.

EVEREST EXPEDITION, 1953 (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures in an autograph album of Hillary and Hunt (inscribed 'leader') together on one page, and of Tenzing Norgay ('Tenzing') on a separate leaf.

EWING, Juliana Horatia Orr (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Newman, 1½ pages 8vo, no place, 25 October 188?1.

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FAED, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Ernest] Gambart, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

FAIRBANKS, Douglas (This is a link to the full description)
Fine photograph (half-length, with his wife, Mary Pickford), 245 x 195 mm (9½ x 8 inches), signed and inscribed by each 'To Eddie from Mary and Douglas'.

FAIRBAIRN, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent [name scratched out at foot], 1 page 8vo, the Polygon, 16 June 1866.

FAIRBAIRN, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Nunnelly, 1½ pages 8vo, Manchester, 26 November 1862.

FAIRCHILD, Lucius (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed Major, 1½ pages 8vo, New Bond Street, London, 29 April 1883.

FALLIERES, Clément Armand (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, as President, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, Paris, 20 December 1908.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to Weekly Evening Meetings at the Royal Institution, on yellow card 90 x 60 mm. (3½ x 2½ inches), signed by Faraday in ink, 1839.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to lectures at the Royal Institution, on card 85 x 60 mm. (3½ x 2½ inches), completed and signed by Faraday in ink, May 1833.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Millicent [Bence-Jones], 1 page 12mo, R[oyal] I[nstitution], 26 December 1856

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Fox, 1 page 8vo, R[oyal] Institution, 5 December 1832.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (correspondent's name not deciphered), 1 page 8vo (a little soiled), R[oyal] Institution, 12 April 1839.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to M.C. Tupper, 1 page 8vo on embossed paper of Royal Institution of Great Britain, 3 July 1862.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Chantrey [probably the widow of Sir Francis Chantrey], 1 page 8vo with integral blank, The Green, Hampton Court, 26 July 1860.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [later Sir Henry] Holland (1788-1873, physician), 1 page 8vo (a little unevenly torn at the left hand side), Royal Institution, 13 January 1846.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Holland [(Sir) Henry Holland, 1788-1873, physician], 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (a few small traces of mounting), Royal Institution, 16 January 1849.

FARADAY, Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [indecipherable], 1 page 16mo (small stains towards the top), R[oyal] Institution, 29 February 1844.

FARJEON, Eleanor (This is a link to the full description)
Collection comprising two ALsS and an autograph poem of Eleanor Farjeon, letters written to her, and some by or to her brothers.

FARNESE, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed in French ('Alexandre') to Valentin de Pardieu, seigneur de La Motte, governor of Gravelines, 1 page 4to, Mons, 29 July 1580.

FARNESE, Alessandro (This is a link to the full description)
Fine LS in Italian (with translation), with three lines in Farnese's hand, to Ottavio Farnese (1524-1586), 1 page folio, Rome, 30 November 1571.

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars on two staves from the Barcarolle for piano, (Allegretto), 85 x 195 mm., ca 3¼ x 7½ inches), no date

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with blank leaf, Paris, 24 February ['1888' in pencil in another hand].

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, n.p, no date With a full translation.

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady, 1 page 8vo (slightly worn in the fold and a little soiled), n.p, Friday evening, no date

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gustave Samazeuilh (1877-1967 composer, critic and author), 1 page 8vo, no place, ('1899' in pencil in another hand). With a translation.

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (Mon cher ami'), on two sides of a correspondence-card, Conservatoire National de Musique, Paris, 19 January no year

FAURE, Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher ami'), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (pencilled note of idenitifcation on the reverse, no place, no date

FAWCETT, John (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to B. Bellamy and Mr Kennett, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaves, (two tears not affecting the text), London 1826 and Royal Pavilion 1831.

FEARON, Percy Hutton [pseud. Poy] (This is a link to the full description)
Printed Christmas Card for 1937, 1 page 8vo on card with a self-portrait signed affixed (note of identification at the head).

FEINSTEIN, Elaine (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript signed, 1 page 4to, undated.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of a concert at Grange Park School, Lancashire, 26 October 1945, 1 page 8vo (single sided), signed vertically in the margin.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a concert at Grimsby Central Hall, 16 November 1950, signed in ink beneath of small portrait picture on the first page.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Baker, 2 pages 8vo, on printed writing paper of 2 Frognal Mansions, London, marked 'In train', 22 December 1948.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a concert at Ashington Methodist Central Hall, 4 March 1945, signed on the inside by Kathleen Ferrier and the bass, Nowakowski.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph by Fayer of Vienna, 131 x 85 mm. (5¼ x 3¼ inches), signed 'With best wishes' at the foot, and with an autograph message on the reverse.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Leigh, 2 pages 8vo, 2 Frognal Mansions, Hampstead, 30 January 1946.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of a concert given at the Victoria and Albert Museum 5 October 1952, boldly signed (in pencil) on the front cover, 10 x 7½ inches.

FERRIER, Kathleen (This is a link to the full description)
Fine collection of signed memorabilia and related material, the collection of a devoted enthusiast.

FEYDEAU, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'mon cher Pierre' on his calling-card (traces of former mounting), 146 rue de Longchamp, undated.

FIELD, Cyrus West (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Theodor Linde, 1 page 4to on black-edged writing paper (traces of former mounting on verso), Gramercy Park, New York, 23 May 1867.

FIELDS, Dame Gracie (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in pencil, laid down on a blue album leaf, in all ca 70 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

FIELDS, Dame Gracie (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to the D'Oyly Carte tenor, Derek Oldham (1887-1968), in all 3 pages 8vo and 2 pages 4to, London and Capri etc., 1940-1964.

FILDES, Sir Samuel Luke (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a card (slightly soiled), ca 6 x 9 mm (2½ x 3½ inches).

FISHER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('J. Sarum') to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 4 pages 4to, (remains of former mount), Seymour Street, 25 July no year [watermark 1813].

FISHER, John Arbuthnot, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and salutation from the foot of a letter on black-edged paper, 31 January 1901.

FISHER, John Arbuthnot, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Signed Photograph ('F'), 1 page 4to, 11 August 1916.

FISHER, John Arbuthnot, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to a Subdean, 1 page 4to with embossed seal of the Admiralty, Whitehall, no place, 28 April 1909.

FITZBALL, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to I.L. Hunt, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, (two tears not affecting the text), Manchester Street, 7 January 1842.

FITZGERALD, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Important series of 14 ALsS (variously signed 'E Fitzgerald', 'Littlegrange', 'E Fitz-Littlegrange' and initials), in all 47 pages 8vo, 1876-1883, where dated

FITZHERBERT, Maria Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the royal solicitor Samuel Forster at Lincolns Inn, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, no place, 22 August [1831].

FITZHERBERT, Maria Anne (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), to Mr Corbett, 1 page 4to, Pall Mall, 'Wednesday Morng', no date

FITZHERBERT, Maria Anne (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on paper, closely trimmed and laid down, with a portrait (some damp-staining) and an envelope-front addressed to Mrs Fitzherbert in Brighton.

FITZHERBERT, Maria Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('M. Fitzherbert') to Mrs Greatheed of Guy's Cliff near Warwick, 1 page 4to with address-leaf endorsed 'Mrs Fitzherbert, London / May 1806'.

FITZJAMES, Edouard, Duc de (This is a link to the full description)
AL in French to 'Mon cher Eduard' (probably Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent, 1767-1820, father of Queen Victoria), 4 pages 4to, Paris, 9 September [1815].

FLAGSTAD, Kirsten (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph, head and shoulders, 230 x 180 mm (9 x 7 inches), signed and inscribed to Neil Tierney in ink (signature touching to bottom of the image).

FLAGSTAD, Kirsten (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Neil] Tierney, 1 page 8vo (creased and worn in the folds), London 20 September 1952.

FLAUBERT, Gustave (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed, in French, [to Dr Pennetier of Rouen], 1 page 8vo on blue writing paper, , no place, no date

FLEMING, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Signed Photograph by Jarche, 160 x 210 mm (ca 6½ x 8 inches), showing Fleming seated at a table in his laboratory at St Mary's Hospital.

FLEMING, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on paper ('Alexander Fleming') on paper, mounted on the remains of an album leaf, no date

FLEMING, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Professor Robert Charr in Philadelphia, 1 page 8vo, Wright-Fleming Institute of Microbliology, London, 18 November 1953.

FLEMING, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C.N. Iland, 1 page 8vo, Inoculation Department, St Mary's Hospital, 25 ?March 1946.

FLEMING, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('A Fleming') to Dr C.N. Iland, 1 page 8vo, Inoculation Department, St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, 11 December 1941.

FLEMING, Sir (John) Ambrose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry Wood at the Royal Society of Arts, 1 page 4to, East Heath Road, 12 February 1916.

FLEMING, Sir (John) Ambrose (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Menzies at the Royal Society of Arts, 3 pages 4to and 1 page 8vo, University College, September 1918 - January 1919.

[FLETCHER, Asaph] (This is a link to the full description)
The certificate of Fletcher's completion of his apprenticeship with Thomas Green, 1 page 4to, Leicester [Massachusetts], 6 September 1768.

FLINT, Sir William Russell (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to 'The Publisher', ½-page 8vo, Profeit's Hotel, Dinnet, Aberdeenshire, 7 May 1927.

FLINT, Sir William Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W. Russell Flint') to his 'kind neighbours', thanking them for birthday wishes, 1 page oblong 8vo, Peel Cottage, Campden Hill, 4 April 1968.

FLINT, Sir William Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lt Commander Davis, 1 page 4to, Peel Cottage, 80 Peel Street, Campden Hill, 4 January 1946.

FLINT, Sir William Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Swan, 1 page 8vo, Bedford Gardens, 28 April 1924.

FLINT, Sir William Russell (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription in ink, dated 19 June 1944.

FLOTOW, Friedrich von (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars from his opera 'Indra', dated 12 May 1882, 57 x 94 mm. (ca 2¼ x 4 inches), on a black card mount.

FLOTOW, Friedrich von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (notes in ink in another hand written below the signature), no place, no date

FLOWER, Sir (Walter) Newman (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS and 1 TLS to Sir James and Lady Marchant, 7½ pages 4to, Sevenoaks, 13 June 1938, London, 18 November 1954 and Dorset, 6 December 1961.

FLOWER, Sir William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Druce (Professor of Zoology), 1 page 8vo, British Museum (Natural History), 18 February 1887.

FOCH, Ferdinand (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('F. Foch') to an unnamed lady ('Madame'), 1 page 8vo, Paris, 27 April 1926.

FOCH, Ferdinand (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a fellow Marshal, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, no place, 25 December 1919.

FONTEYN, Dame Margot (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, full-length in ballet pose, signed in a white area below the image (slightly irregular in shape).

FONTEYN, Dame Margot (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph of Fonteyn and a male dancer talking to two admirers, signed and inscribed on the mount, 110 x 158 mm (ca 4½ x 6 inches excluding the mount).

FONTEYN, Dame Margot (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders) signed in the lighter lower part, no date

FOOTE, Maria, 4th Countess of Harrington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to (traces of former mounting in the margin, lacking second leaf), Cheltenham, 15 October no year

FORBES, Archibald (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to Dr Morell-MacKenzie, 3 pages 8vo (two on grey paper), London, undated.

FORBES, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Wood, 1 page 8vo with envelope-front (both laid down), G[eological] S[urvey], 17 April no year

FORBES, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Wood, 1 page 8vo Mus[eum of] Prac[tical] Geol[ogy], 2 March 1852.

FORMBY, George (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches), dated 1937 in his hand.

FORSTER, Edward Morgan (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to [Sir Michael] Sadler, 2 pages 8vo (facing), 27 Brunswick Square, 15 June 1925.

FORSTER, Edward Morgan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Carswell, 1 page 8vo with envelope, West Hackhurst, Abinger Hammer, 11 January 1934.

FORSTER, Edward Morgan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('EMF') on a postcard to John Lehmann (1907-1987, publisher and author), West Hackhurst, Abinger Hammer, 2 July 1940.

FORSTER, Edward Morgan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E M Forster') to [T.V.S.] Creagh Coen, 2 pages 8vo (oblong, some paper-clip stains), 'Aryasangha' Bombay, 14 December 1945.

FORSTER, John Cooper (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Mr Pinches, 7 pages 8vo, Upper Grosvenor Street, 13 June and 19 October no year

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Chief Baron', 3 pages 8vo (laid down), Palace Gate House, Kensington, 28 October 1864.

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Chesterton', 1 page 16mo (slight glue-stains on the reverse only), 58 L[incoln's] I[nn] F[ields], 10 April 1848.

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Julian Young, 4 pages 8vo (very slight traces of former mounting), Palace Gate House, Kensington, 2 November 1872.

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Joseph Samson, 3 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on front and back page, not affecting the text), 46 Montagu Square, 12 December 1859.

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev. William Reeves, 4 pages 8vo (some discolouration on the first and last pages), 46 Montagu Square, 9 February 1860.

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Frank] Stone, 3 pages 12mo, 58 L[incoln's] I[nn] Fields, 14 August no year

FORSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Jameson, 2 pages 16mo, 58 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 5 March no year

FORTESCUE, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, with an autograph note, as chancellor of the exchequer, 1 page 4to (a little stained at the edges), September 1597.

FOSTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Reverend M. Morris, 3 pages 8vo, Stapleton, Tuesday, no date

FOX, Charles James (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the French banker, [Jean-François] Perregaux, 1 page 8vo with address on the reverse, 11 Vendémiaire An 11 [3 October 1802].

FOX, Elizabeth Bridget Armistead (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Matilda', 2 pages 4to, (worn in the folds, small portion torn away), St Anne's Hill, 11 July, no year

FOX, Elizabeth Bridget Armistead (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 4to, St Anne's Hill, 16 December 1839.

FOX, Henry, 1st Baron Holland of Foxley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'George Sellwyn' [probably George Augustus Selwyn (1719-1791, wit and politician)], 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (name only), 29 May 1754.

FOX, Wilson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear May', 4 pages 8vo, Grosvenor Street, 18 August, no year

FRANCK, César Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a friend, 2 pages 8vo (note of identification and date '1887' on the reverse of the second leaf), no place, no date [?1887].

FRANKLIN, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important ALS to Thomas Walpole (1727-1803), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (paper softened and somewhat soiled by former damp-exposure), Paris, 11 December 1777.

FRANKLAND, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Lady Reay, 6½ pages 8vo, South Kensington and The Athenaeum Club (blind stamps), 25 November 1880 where dated.

FRANKLIN, Jane, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Gray, 1½ pages 8vo with integral blank, Upper Gore Lodge, 8 October 1860.

FRANKLIN, Jane, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mr P.L. Simmonds, 1 page 16mo on black-edged paper, 5 Park Place, St James's, 18 November 1862.

FRANKLIN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription (Believe me ever yours sincerely / John Franklin'), cut from the foot of an ALS, with several incomplete lines on the back.

FRANKLIN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (possibly George Canning), 1 page 8vo (glue-stains to the reverse with slight show-through), 21 Bedford Place, 20 June 1835.

FRANKLIN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S as Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with embossed paper seal, countersigned by John Montagu, 14 July 1841.

FRANKLIN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, partially printed, as governor of Van Diemen's Land, 1 page folio (oblong, two small tears, a little faded) with papered seal, 1 January 1842.

FRANKLIN, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir (William) Edward Parry, 1 page 8vo, Admiralty, 25 February 1845.

FRASER, Sir John Foster (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Warwick Redway, 2 pages 8vo, Princes Risborough, 17 January 1933. Chinese visiting card enclosed.

FRAZER, Sir James George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Lucy] Clifford (1846-1929, writer), 1 page 8vo, Trinity College, Cambridge, 7 January 1925.

FREDERICK II, The Great (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Fr' with a flourish) to the Heredity Marshal Baron von Pallandt, 1 page 4to in characteristic pale ink with blank leaf, Potsdam 5 November 1751.

FREDERICK II, The Great (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Duke of Sachsen at Gotha, 1 p folio with integral blank, Berlin, 27 December 1751. Sending best wishes for the new year.

FREDERICK II, The Great (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Fr' with a flourish), 1 page folio (a little worn and foxed) with red-wax seal, Potsdam, 25 April 1777.

FREDERICK II, The Great (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Fr' with a flourish) to General Major von Kreytzen, 1 page 4to with a separate signed postscript also 1 page 4to, Camp near Tzirna, 7 October 1744.

FREDERICK II, The Great (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Fr' with a flourish) to the Privy Councillor of Finances, Droop, 1 page 4to with integral blank, Potsdam, 29 April 1754.

FREDERICK IX (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Sir William (later Lord) Rootes, 1 page 4to.

FREDERICK, Duke of York (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Approved by His Majesty / Frederick F.M.'), 1½ pages folio, (browned, trace of mount), no place, [5 March 1795].

FREDERICK, Duke of York (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Approved by His Majesty / Frederick F.M.'), 1½ pages folio, (splits in folds), no place, [5 March 1795].

FREDERICK, Duke of York (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo (glue-stain at foot of the second page), Stable Yard, 12 August 1818.

FREDERICK, Duke of York (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 7 pages folio (rather brittle - some splitting repaired), 11 December 1801.

FREDERICK, Duke of York (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [George Beau] Brummell (1778-1840, dandy and socialite) 1½ pages 8vo, Cheveley, 16 October 1821.

FREELING, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Archdeacon Singleton, 1 page 4to, General Post Office, 28 February 1829.

FREEMAN, Edward Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss ?Tricoapi, 4 pages 8vo (address-stamp excised, top somewhat tattered, with no loss of text), therefore no place, 7 November 1878.

FREMIET, Emmanuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a gentleman, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, no place, no date

FRENCH, John D.P., 1st Earl of Ypres (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('French') to Colonel Archer-Shee, 1 page 8vo, Kensington, 27 May 1921.

FRENCH, John D.P., 1st Earl of Ypres (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Vicomte Louis de la Panouse, 1 page 4to (filing-holes, not affecting the text), War Office, Whitehall, 17 July 1913.

FRENCH, John D.P., 1st Earl of Ypres (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS ('JDP French') to Captain Greenly DSO, ½-page 4to, Government House, Farnborough, 30 January 1906.

FRENCH, John D.P., 1st Earl of Ypres (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('French') to Meredith, 1 page 8vo (attached to the remains of an album leaf), Drumboyne, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, 21 october 1921.

FRENCH REVOLUTION (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Document from the Ministry of Justice, 1 page folio, Paris, 'le 16 thermidor l'an 11 de la République' (2 September 1794).

FREUD, Anna (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Dr Bowlby, 1 page 4to (a little worn and soiled), as from 20 Maresfield Gardens, 29 April 1966.

FREUD, Sigmund (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS to Miss Murature, in English, on one side of his correspondence card printed with his name and address in Vienna, 13 October 1935.

FREUD, Sigmund (This is a link to the full description)
Printed card signed ('Ihr [Yours] / freud'), 120 x 150 mm. (ca 5 x 6 inches), a little worn but in generally good clean condition, dated May 1936.

FREYTAG, Gustav (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph aphorism signed, in German, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Wiesbaden, 10 December no year

FRIML, Rufolph (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, two bars from the Indian Love Call, on grey card, ca 85 x 130 mm (3½ x 5 inches), Hollywood, California.

FRINK, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jeremy Hyman, 1 page large 4to (A4) with envelope, Corbès, postmarked 31 January 1972.

FRITH, William Powell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [indecipherable], 1 page 8vo, 7 Pembridge Villas, Bayswater, 23 June 1865.

FRITH, William Powell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Everett Millais (1829-1896), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (staining from former mounting on the reverse), 7 Pembridge Villas, 6 March 1882.

FROUDE, James Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
Concluding two lines and signature from an ALS.

FRY, C[harles] B[urgess] (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Fry at the wicket, with a signature on paper attached at the foot, undated.

FRY, C[harles] B[urgess] (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('Yours faithfully / C.B. Fry') cut from the foot of a letter and mounted on the remains of an album leaf.

FRY, C[harles] B[urgess] (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter.

FRY, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, on a small card, undated.

FULTON, Sir (James) Forrest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Balfour Browne, 1 page 8vo, Central Criminal Court, London, 28 May 1918.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Self-caricature, in profile, showing a stout Furniss smoking a cigarette, inscribed to F H Prosser and signed, 3 March 1905.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Caricature ('From "The Humour of Parliament"') Signed on an 8vo sheet of writing paper (traces of tape in the left hand margin)1902.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Fine self-caricature in characteristic purple ink, showing a rain-swept Furniss under an umbrella encompassing the printed address on his writing paper.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of 14 ALsS, including a sketch of Hentschel, a typewritten 'Manifesto' signed, with additional correspondence, October 1900 - February 1912.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Amusing 'mirror' ALS with a sketch of the back of his head, 23 St Edmund's Terrace, Regent's Park, 21 June 1902.

FURNISS, Harry (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of sixty-nine ALsS (mostly with initials, nine on postcards) to Lewis S. Benjamin ('Lewis Melville'), ca 1906 to 1923.

FURTWANGLER, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to A. Roth of Boosey & Hawkes, 1 page large 4to, Clarens, 11 August 1948. With a full translation.

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GADE, Niels Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Printed notice signed with a few autograph words at the foot, 1 page 8vo, 12 November 1882.

GADE, Niels Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (a little worn in the fold), Copenhagen, 21 February 1876.

GADE, Niels Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars for S.A.T.B. in E major headed 'Prolog am Elverskud' on lined music-paper, 205 x 270 mm. (8 x 11 inches), Leizig, July 1854.

GALLI-CURCI, Amelita (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches), dated 1932 in her hand.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo (filing holes on the left), Bury House, Pulborough, 21 January 1932.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS and four LsS to Miss Betty Ross, in all 7 pages 8vo, The Grove, Hampstead & St Moritz Hotel, New York, 1926 to 1932, where dated.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, Addison Road, 6 July 1901.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief LS (text in the hand of Ada Galsworthy), to Miss Pugh, propbably a typist, 1 page 4to, Wingstone, Manaton, Devon, 30 September 1914.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, Grove Lodge, Hampstead, 1 April 1922.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS (text in the hand of his wife, Ada) to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, Grove Lodge, Hampstead, 9 June 1928.

GALSWORTHY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 2½ pages small 4to, Hotel du Moulleau, Gironde, 27 February 1913.

GALTON, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS, [one to Walter Raleigh Browne], two to Mrs Browne, in all 9 pages 8vo, 42 Rutland Gate, 15 May 1868, 13 December 1884 and 19 January 1900.

GAMBIER, James, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, (mounted on card, repair marks visible, some loss of text at left margin), Iver, 5 July 1830.

GAMBIER, James, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Ayre, 1 page 8vo, (remains of mount, tear on second leaf), Iver Grove, 22 May no year

GAMBIER, James, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS to Sir Rupert George, 1 page 4to, aboard the Prince of Wales off Copenhagen, 8 September 1807.

GANDHI, M.K. (This is a link to the full description)
Signed copy of his Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule, paperback third edition (small corner missing from the cover, some soiling).

GANDHI, M.K. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('M.K. Gandhi') to J Barnes in Delhi, 1 page 4to with envelope (hand-delivered), no place, 1 January 1935.

GANDHI, M.K. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Bapu') to Shanta, on two sides of his customary coarse buff paper, small 8vo, no place, 20 June 1937.

[GANDHI, M.K. (This is a link to the full description)
Printed acknowledgement of a message of sympathy on the death of Gandhi from Devadas Gandhi 'and family', postcard sized, New Delhi, 1 March 1948.

GANDHI, M.K. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Upper House') to his intimate friend H[ermann] Kallenbach ('My dear Lower House'), in English, 1½ pages 8vo, [South Africa], no date but 1910.

GANZ, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Two Autograph Musical Quotations Signed to Miss Octavia Susman, 1 page 4to, Harley Street, 12 September 1903.

GARDEN, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 2 conjoint pages 8vo, New York [dated in pencil in another hand 14 December 1907].

GARDINER, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph, head and shoulders in costume, 1932, laid down on an album leaf.

GARDINER, Samuel Rawson (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Mr Rogers, 2 pages 8vo, Sevenoaks and Gordon Square, 1899 where legible.

GARDNER, Alan, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain Bedford, 3 pages 4to, Cool House, 29 May 1804.

GARIBALDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
LS in French to ?Lampany, 1 page 8vo, Caprera, 1868.

GARIBALDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
LS in English to J.J. Coleman, Sheriff of Norwich, 1 page on writing paper embossed with initials (neatly laid down), Pisa, 30 November 1862.

GARIBALDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS in Italian, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Caprera, 13 March 1866.

GARNETT, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Fulleylove, 2½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on blank), Hampstead, 1 November 1903.

GARNETT, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, Walberswick, Southwold, 28 August no year

GARRARD, Apsley George Benet Cherry- (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Apsley Cherry-Garrard') to Miss Thorogood, 1 page 8vo, Lamer Park, Wheathampstead, 22 November 1938.

GARRARD, Apsley George Benet Cherry- (This is a link to the full description)
Picture postcard signed on the reverse by Cherry-Garrard (in pencil) and by Edward Wilson's widow, Oriana and seaman T S Williamson (all in pencil).

[GARRICK, David] (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Statement by Garrick's widow, Eva Maria [Veigel], 5½ pages 4to, Adelphi, 16 November 1798.

GARRICK, Eva Maria (This is a link to the full description)
Brief autograph note ('With Mrs Garrick's love / Adelphi / Saturday'), 1 page 8vo, with ?autograph address to Mrs Handerson in Russell Square.

GARRICK, Eva Maria [née Veigel] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles Burney jnr., 1 page 8vo, address-panel laid down on the verso, some traces of mounting, no place, 8 May [1817].

GARSON, Greer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, underlined, on a small card, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

GARSON, Greer (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Ray, 1 page 4to, 24 September 1974, with an unaddressed envelope from Forked Lightning Ranch, Pecos, New Mexico, which may not be related.

GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Rutherford [?Alcock], 1 page 8vo, (slight glue-stains), Rue du Bac, 21 February no year [?1855].

GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript, one 4to page from Sylvia's Lovers, on blue paper, with a signature glued to the foot of the page.

GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and a few words from the conclusion of a letter, laid down on the remains of an album leaf, 'Sunday' (this word trimmed), no date

GATTY, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madam'), 1 page 8vo, Ecclesfield, 7 February 1870.

GATTY, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Thompson, 4 pages 8vo, Farringford House, I[sle] of Wight, 16 March 1863.

GEEHL, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, 3 bars ('An extract from "Your Favourite Song"') with words, on white card, laid down on a black background.

GELL, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (a bookseller or stationer), 1 page 4to, no place, Derby, ?24 September no year

GENT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph document signed, a receipt for £40 from Nicholas Phipps, farmer of the parsonage of Licheborough [Litchborough, Northamptonshire], 30 November 1546.

GEOLOGY: AUSTRALIA (This is a link to the full description)
Four small 8vo paper-bound manuscript notebooks listing minerals and stones to be found in Australia, 84 pages, 1857 where dated, in a clear hand.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('George R') at the head, 2 pages folio, given at the Court of St James, 2 February 1720.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S to the Earl of Lincoln, 2 pages folio, (some old repairs to folds, trace of mount), St James's, 23 December 1719. Also signed by George Ireby.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (slightly trimmed at the left hand side), Given at Kensington, 7 August 1724.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, ('George R' at the head), 1 page folio (small piece torn from bottom right hand corner not affecting the text), Pyremont, 11 June 1719.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., ('George R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with revenue stamps but lacking paper seal, St James's, 11 January 1714/5.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (rather stained and cockled, lacking the papered seal but with a good signature), St James's, 22 February 1724/5.

GEORGE I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal (cracked) and revenue stamps (damp-stained and cockled), St James, 25 December 1726.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('George R') cut from a document, ca 55 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, at the head, 2 pages folio, Hampton Court, 12 August 1737.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with remains of papered seal (wax only) and blue revenue stamps, given at Kensington, 30 September 1746.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with blue revenue stamps, St James's, 10 February 1755.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with blue revenue stamps, St James's, 6 December 1755.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with blue revenue stamps, Kensington, 19 July 1756.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (worn in the folds with some holing, lacking the papered seal), given at St James's, 7 February 1745/6.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal and revenue stamps (a few small holes and tears in the folds), St James's, 15 December 1738.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (two large stains, lacking papered seal), St James's, 25 August 1730.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S (twice, at the head of each side), 2 pages large folio, St James's, 24 June 1737.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Doc S ('George R.') at the head, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (paper seal and blue revenue stamp), given at St James's, 5 March 1794.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to his son, Frederick, Duke of York, 1 page 4to, Queen's House, 22 January 1799 [and timed exactly at '55/m pt. 6. P.M.']

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page folio, partially printed, St James's 25 July 1806.

GEORGE III and New Jersey. (This is a link to the full description)
Important Document Signed, addressed to Henry Fox, Paymaster General of the Forces, 2 pages folio with integral docketed second leaf, undated [1761-62].

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('George R') cut from a document, 'III' added in another hand below, ca 50 x 70 mm (2 x 2½ inches).

GEORGE III and Connecticut. (This is a link to the full description)
Important Document Signed, addressed to Henry Fox, Paymaster General of the Forces, 2 pages folio with integral docketed second leaf, undated [1761-62].

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on vellum (lacking the papered seal), given at St James's, 6 January 1769.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (a little creased), countersigned by four others, Given at St James's, 27 January 1796.

GEORGE III and Rhode Island. (This is a link to the full description)
Important Document Signed, addressed to Henry Fox, Paymaster General of the Forces, 2 pages folio with integral docketed second leaf, undated [1761-62].

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S (a 'mad' signature at the head), to the Lord Chief Baron and the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland, 2 pages folio, 5 April 1809.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages large folio (torn in the folds of the second leaf), St James's 30 April 1802.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('My Dear Frederick / your most afffectionate Father / George R') cut from a letter, note of identification at the foot.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph list of the titles of three works, in French, on a small slip cut from the foot of a page, later note of identification on the reverse ['1820'].

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on vellum cut from a document, laid down beneath an engraved portrait (a little soiled, with facsimile signature), no date

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the head of a vellum document, the date 1779 added in another hand.

GEORGE III & William Pitt the Elder (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed by both ('George R' at the head, 'W Pitt' at the foot), 1 page large folio (oblong) on vellum, given at Saville House, 27 October 1760.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, St James's, 7 February 1799.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Early Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal, the text partly printed, St James's, 8 October 1762 (the second year of the reign).

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. (with the late 'mad' signature), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, St James's, 13 April 1809.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person, unsigned) to William Pitt, 1 page 4to (in perfect condition with integral endorsed leaf), Queen's House, 8 May 1787.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 21 December 1760.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), papered seal and revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 27 October 1760.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong, on vellum), papered seal and revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 28 December 1777.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), papered seal and revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 2 August 1769.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), papered seal and revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 15 November 1794.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('mad' signature 'George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 21 June 1809.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps (lacking paper seal), partly printed, St James's, 7 October 1775.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong, on vellum), paper seal and blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 29 August 1777.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 14 March 1766.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('Mad' signature 'George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 12 September 1808.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), paper seal and blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 14 June 1775.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 25 March 1768.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), paper seal and blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 23 July 1772.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 13 June 1768.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), paper seal and blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 8 February 1779.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum), paper seal and blue revenue stamps, partly printed, St James's, 16 December 1782.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G.R.') to William Pitt, the prime minister, ½-page 4to with endorsed second leaf, Queen's House, 20 March 1785.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, with blue papered revenue stamp, given at St James's, 3 November 1780.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, with blue papered revenue stamp, in good clean condition, given at St James's, 10 May 1805.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S., 1 page large folio on vellum, partially printed, lacking seal but with revenue stamps and in generally good condition, St James's, 14 October 1778.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partly printed, with revenue stamps (lacking papered seal), St James's, 25 May 1772.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in a shaky hand), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf, no place, 1 July 1805.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in a shaky hand), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf, no place, 25 July 1805.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand and smudging of ink), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf, no place, 17 October 1805.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand), 1 page folio with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds, some browning) no place, 26 November 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand), 1 page folio with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 24 December 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf, no place, 8 January 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand), 2 pages folio with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 27 August 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in an unsteady hand), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 29 October 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.'), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf, no place, 25 June 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('approved G.R.' in a faint and unsteady hand), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 31 December 1807.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. twice ('George R' and 'G.R.'), 1 page 4to with integral docketed second leaf (repairs to the folds), no place, 12 January 1805.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S. ('George R.' in the upper left hand corner), 1 page large folio on vellum (lacking the papered seal), St James's, 11 February 1761.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R' at the head), 1 page large folio on vellum with paperd royal seal and revenue stamp, St James's, 16 March 1809.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George R' at the head), 1 page large folio on vellum with papered royal seal and revenue stamp, St James's 25 August 1804.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('George R') cut from a paper document.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('George R') cut from a vellum document.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Partial document with fine bold signature ('George R') in ink at the head, 11 May 1795.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('George R') probably from the foot of a document (closely trimmed at the top), no date

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio on vellum with papered royal seal and blue revenue stamps, given at St James's, 5 April 1786.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed twice ('George R' at the head), 2 pages large folio, St James's, 30 December 1763.

GEORGE III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S (three times), 13 pages large folio (470 x 270 mm. (18½ x 10½ inches), given at St James's, 28 February 1786.

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with embossed royal and revenue seals, countersigned by Henry Addington ('Sidmouth'), Carlton House, 4 August 1814.

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George PR' at the head), 1¼ pages folio, Carlton House, 11 April 1816. Countersigned by the Foreign Secretary, Viscount Castlereagh.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('George R' with a flourish) irregularly and tightly cut from a document, ca 65 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George PR'), partially printed, 1 page oblong folio on vellum, with paper seal and revenue stamp, (faded, some spotting), Carlton House, 4 May 1815.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed as Prince Regent ('George P R'), 5 pages folio with blanks and papered seal, 26 October 1811.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George R') at the head, countersigned by George Canning, 4½ pages folio, embossed paper seal, blue ribbon, gilt edges, given at Windsor, 4 Nov 1823.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Warrant Signed to the Lord Chancellor, 2 pages folio with paper seal, sewn together with Gordon's instructions, 5 pages folio, Carlton House, 16 March 1822.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('George P R') at the head, 2 pages folio (traces of former mounting), embossed paper seal, given at Carlton House, 19 August 1811.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George P.R.') as Regent, 5 pages folio, given at the Palace of Carlton House, 25 December 1815.

[GEORGE IV] (This is a link to the full description)
Medical bulletin issued from Windsor Castle in the names of Henry Halford and Matthew Tierney, 1 page 8vo, 4 June 1830.

[GEORGE IV] (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed in the name of the King by Frederick, Duke of York, Henry Addington ('Sidmouth'), and others, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('George P') to the Earl of Holderness, 2 pages 4to with autograph address and seal on reverse (seal-tear and glue stain), London, 10 February 1775.

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George PR'), 1 page folio on vellum, (missing original paper seal, browned), with revenue stamps, Carlton House, 25 October 1814.

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive signature ('George P.R.' with flourishes) cut from a document, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches). A note of identification in another hand.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, as Prince Regent ('George PR' at the head), to David Cathcart, 4 pages folio (slight staining, small tears in folds, mark & small hole where seal removed),

GEORGE IV, as Regent (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George PR' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, given at Carlton House, 11 June 1813, countersigned by Lord Mulgrave.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on vellum from the head of a document, closely trimmed at the foot, a note in ink on the reverse in another hand.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to George Canning, ½-page 4to, Carlton House, 13 December 1820.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature and valediction from the foot of a letter to the King of Sweden and Norway (probably not sent), 1828.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Doc S, ('George P') as Prince of Wales at the head, 1½ pages folio, with embossed paper seal, given at Carlton House, 3 May 1784.

[GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Engraved and embossed pass to Westinster Hall for the Coronation, 190 x 132 mm. (7½ x 5 inches, small traces of mount on the reverse only.) [1821].

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G'R') as king, to his sister, Princess Sophia ('My beloved Sophy'), 1 page 4to (red wax seal to reverse, but no address-leaf), Royal Lodge, 19 January 1826.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('George PR.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong, on vellum), blue revenue stamp, partly printed, Carlton House, 20 October 1813.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc.S., as King ('a large 'George R' at the head), 'The Word for July 1826'). 1 page folio (slight traces of mounting on the left hand side).

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., ('George PR') as regent, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal and revenue stamp, given at Carlton House, 4 June 1814.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('George P') as Prince of Wales, to Lord Yarmouth (1777-1842, later Marquis of Hertford), 1 page 4to with blank leaf, Carlton House, 18 March 1808.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('George P.R.') as Prince Regent, 4 pages folio, bound with green silk cord, Carlton House, 13 August 1819.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('appd G.R.'), 1 page folio (repaired in the folds), Horse Guards, 17 July 1823.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('GR') as king to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to with integral blank leaf, Windsor Castle, 'Friy. N[ight], March 26th. 1824'.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. as king ('George R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with papered royal seal (a little faded and with signs of former mounting).

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('George R' as king) cut from a paper document, laid down on al album leaf, no date

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('George PR') as prince regent, cut from a vellum document, with the papered royal seal, ['Decr. 25 1816'].

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Elaborately printed and engraved pass for the coronation celebrations of 1821, with embossed border and wide margins, unnumbered.

GEORGE IV (This is a link to the full description)
Elaborately printed and engraved pass for the coronation celebrations of 1821, with embossed border and wide margins, unnumbered.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Selbourne, 2½ pages 8vo, Didlington, Norfolk, embossed crest, 30 October 1902.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (as King 'George R.I.') to Mrs Arthur [Sassoon], 2 pages 8vo, Balmoral Castle (gold initial surrounding crown and 'V'), 5 September 1911.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page double folio (a little soiled in the central fold), St James's, 27 July 1933.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S ('George R.I.' at head), 1 page double folio, partially printed, embossed seal, Saint James's, 1 April 1935. Also signed by Sir John Simon.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio (slight soiling) with embossed seal, given at St James's, 10 October 1921.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 10 August 1933.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 14 December 1934.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 9 October 1926.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 12 February 1922.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in good clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 10 May 1912.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in good clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 21 July 1913.

GEORGE V & Sir Winston Churchill (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed at the head by George V and at the end by Sir Winston Churchill, 1½ pages folio, the text printed, St James's, 13 November 1921.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Fine cabinet photograph by Gunn and Stuart, signed in ink ('George'), no date

GEORGE V & QUEEN MARY (This is a link to the full description)
Photographic reproductions by Vandyke of drawings of the King and Queen (head and shoulders), signed by each in ink and dated 1930.

GEORGE V (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. at the head, 2 pages folio with paper seal, given at St James's, 18 February 1915, countersigned 'For Great Master' by Kitchener.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to Lancelot, 2 pages 4to, embossed blue crest, Buckingham Palace, 22 April 1923.

GEORGE VI & Clement Attlee (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Minute ('Appd. GR') at the head of a TLS by Attlee, 1 page 4to, (filing-hole), 10 Downing Street, 18 March 1948.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to Godfrey [Faussett], 1½ pages 8vo (traces of mounting tape), Buckingham Palace, 13 March 1916.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to Godfrey [Faussett], 1½ pages 8vo (small tape stain at the left-hand side), Buckingham Palace, 18 March 1916.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to Mrs [Godfrey] Faussett, 2 pages 8vo (two filing-holes touching one word only, some traces of glue), Windsor Castle, 3 May 1916.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
Early signature ('Albert / 1904. Please come to see us') on the front of a postcard addressed to Major Rose of the 42nd Black Watch Royal Highlanders.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to [Godfrey] Faussett, 3 pages 8vo, (filing holes), York Cottage, Sandringham, 9 January 1916.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert') to Captain [Godfrey] Fawcett, on card (filing holes, traces of former mounting), December 1915.

GEORGE VI & Clement Attlee (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Minute ('Appd. GR') at the head of a TLS by Attlee, 1 page 4to, (filing-hole), 10 Downing Street, 3 May 1951.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with embossed seal, given at St James's, 30 September 1947.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages folio with embossed papered seal, St James's, 18 February 1949.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages folio with embossed papered seal, St James's, 23 Feburary 1938.

GEORGE VI and Queen ELIZABETH (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1943, signed by both the King and Queen, with embossed gold coronet on the front.

GEORGE VI and Queen ELIZABETH (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1938, signed by both in ink.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Albert', as he was known prior to his accession to the throne) to 'My dear George', 1½ pages 8vo, 145 Piccadilly, 22 December 1932.

GEORGE VI (This is a link to the full description)
Personal Christmas Card for 1920, bearing an autograph message opposite a small photograph signed 'Albert'.

GEORGE VI and Queen ELIZABETH (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card for 1945, comprising a photograph of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE Day, signed on the facing page.

GEORGE II (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS and 3 Christmas Cards ('George IIR') to [Philip Armstrong] Tilden, the letters 3 pages 8vo, Brown's Hotel, London and the Royal Palace, Athens.

GEORGE, Duke of Kent (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('George') to F G Miles, 1 page 4to, embossed coronetted writing paper, autograph superscript & subscription, Buckinghamshire, 5 September 1940.

GERALDO, Gerald Walcan-Bright (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed, showing the band-leader in his gaucho outfit, staring at the camera with smouldering eyes and slick-backed hair.

GERHARDT, Elena (This is a link to the full description)
Programme Signed on the title page, signed also by Madame Tiana Lemnitz, concert in aid of Queen Charlotte's Hospital, 25 May 1936.

GERMAN SCIENTISTS (This is a link to the full description)
Over 100 letters to Heinrich Wehner, an engineer in the Frankfurt city buildings department, more than 200 pages, Berlin, Vienna, Beirut etc, 1896-1909.

GERMAN, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription cut from a letter.

GERMAN, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 pages 8vo, 1 Kilburn Priory, Maida Vale, 1 December 1893.

GIACOMETTI, Alberto (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to a friend, 2 pages small 4to on conjoint leaves, Paris, 21 March 1962.

GIBBON, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S. with autograph annotation, 1 page 8vo (oblong, neatly inlaid), [Lausanne], 1 January 1796.

GIBSON, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and remains of a red wax seal, Whitehall, 25 September 1744.

GIDE, André (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the German critic [Ernst Robert] Curtius, 1½ pages 4to, 16 October 1936.

GIELGUD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('John Gielgud / best wishes 1937') on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

GIELGUD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph by Dorothy Wilding, Signed, 1934, showing the head and shoulders of a young actor in a check suit and spotted tie, arms folded.

GIELGUD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('John Gielgud / best wishes 1921'), laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 115 x 78 mm (4 x 3 inches).

GIELGUD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the tenor Derek Oldham, 1 page 8vo (oblong, paper-clip rust marks), Lyric Theatre, 6 June 1953.

GIELGUD, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Miss Jeanne Heal, 1 page 4to (A4 - four small lines in the middle of the sheet) with envelope, South Pavilion, Wotton Underwood, 6 January 1975.

GIESEKING, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription in ink on a card, dated at Brussels, 20 January 1951.

GIGLI, Beniamino (This is a link to the full description)
Reproduction of a pencil drawing (head) of Gigli, signed by him in ink, 1953, 145 x 112 mm (ca 5½ x 4 inches, two small stains affecting the date only).

GIGLI, Beniamino (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph postcard signed to Walter H. Kaye, the reverse showing a picture of St Paul's Cathedral, London 27 March 1954.

GIGLI, Beniamino (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (half-length), signed in ink and inscribed to Walter H. Kaye, 1954.

GIGLI, Beniamino (This is a link to the full description)
Signed (reproduction) photograph in a concert programe for a recital in the 1934-35 season (signs of mounting on the reverse, some wear).

GILBERT, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mr Henderson, 6 pages 8vo (foxed), Blackheath, 27 June and 1 September no year

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Quotation Signed from Act 1 of Iolanthe, 13 lines on 1 page 8vo (two small stains).

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Randall, an admirer, 1 page 8vo, Grim's Dyke, 27 November 1910.

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the editor of a periodical, 1½ pages 8vo (on facing pages, some original smudges and stains), 24 The Boltons, 26 April 1877.

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Wilfred] Bendall, Sullivan's secretary, 2 pages 8vo (on facing pages), Grim's Dyke, 14 November 1899.

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
Series of three ALsS to [Carl] Hentschel (one of the 'Three Men in a Boat'), 3 pages 8vo in fine condition, (Grim's Dyke, Harrow Weald), 1907 and 1908.

GILBERT, Sir William Schwenck (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('W.S. Gilbert') and subscription from the foot of a letter, the remains of several words on the reverse, no date

GILL, Eric (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [R.H.] Ward, 1 page 8vo (oblong, paper-clip rust stain at the head), as from The Weir House, Guildford, c/o Lawrence Powell, 20 October 1939.

GILLETTE, William Hooker (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph (head and shoulders), signed in ink on a dark portion and dated December 1901 (rather rubbed and with extensive traces of mounting to the back).

GINSTER, Ria (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a Schubert recital at the Grotrian Hall, signed beneath her photograph on an inside page, 4 February no year

GISBORNE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd Mr Joyce, 1¼ page 4to with integral address-leaf (laid down), Temple, 15 July 1807.

GISBOURNE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Barrett, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Cleveland Row, 16 July 1769.

GIUGLINI, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in Italian to Maggioni, 1 page 8vo, 81 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, 30 June no year

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev T W Percy, 3 pages 8vo, as from Hawarden, 3 September 1867.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Reay (Donald James Mackay, 1839-1921, 11th Baron Reay), 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, 10 Downing Street, 8 March 1884.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Reay (Donald James Mackay, 1839-1921, 11th Baron Reay), 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, 10 Downing Street, 11 March 1891.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his cousin Robert Gladstone, 3 page 8vo on black-edged paper (remains of mount on the reverse), 11 Downing Street, 27 March 1862.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Archdeacon Hall, 2 pages 8vo (hinged to a mount with a separate cut signature beneath), 79 Pall Mall, 9 May 1845.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard addressed to R G Lundy in Stoke Newington, postmarked Chester Station Office, 27 May 1895.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS probably to a bookbinder, ?Westell, of New Oxford Street, 1 page 8vo (a little soiled and foxed), 10 Downing Street, 26 May 1884.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription cut from the foot of a letter.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink perhaps from the foot of a letter, no date

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Dr R. Lee, 2½ pages 8vo, 11 Carlton Terrace, 23 January 1863.

GLADSTONE, William Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W[illiam] Stirling[-Maxwell] MP (1818-1878), 3 pages 8vo (traces of mounting on blank fourth side), Haddo House, 2 October 1858.

GLAISHER, James Whitbread Lee (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Dunkin, 2 pages 8vo, Blackheath, 20 January 1880.

GLAZUNOV, Alexandr Konstantinovitch (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of the opening two bars (two staves) of the first piano sonata, inscribed to Madame Paderewski, and dated St Petersburg, 17 January 1904.

GLAZUNOV, Aleksandr Konstantinovich (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray], 2 pages 8vo (separate leaves), 10 Rue de Kasan, St Petersburg, no date (ca 1882).

GLOUCESTER, Princess Mary, Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Mary') without salutation, 3 pages 8vo with embossed gold emblem containing her name and a crown, White Lodge, Richmond Park, 8 October no year

GLYN, Elinor (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of six ALsS (3 with initials, 2 in pencil) and three Christmas cards to Betty Ross, 3 envelopes, Christmas 1934 to 26 December 1938.

GODFREY, Sir Daniel Eyers (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard showing the arms of the town of Brighton, signed in ink, no date

GODOLPHIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Letter Signed to the Earle of Lauderdale, 1 page folio with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Doctors Commons, 23 February 1664.

GODOLPHIN, Sidney, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Godolphin') on a corner removed from a treasury warrant, ca 1708.

GODOLPHIN, Sidney, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, a warrant appended to a 3-page folio document signed by Travers as Supervisor General, given at Whitehall, 28 March 1704.

GODOLPHIN, Sidney, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on fragment of a Treasury document, 85 x 154 mm, (ca 3½ x 6 inches), Whitehall, 16 May 1710.

GODOWSKY, Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('with compliments from / Leopold Godowsky') in pencil, ca 100 x 185mm (4 x 7 inches) laid down on an album leaf, Accrington, 27 January 1908.

GODOWSKY, Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
A.Mus.Q.S, of three bars for the left hand (presumably) on a small album leaf, dated London, 19 July 1929.

GODWIN, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent [perhaps Henry William Pickersgill], 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (mounting strip to the reverse), 44 Gower Place, 28 May 1831.

GODWIN, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the book-collector Thomas Hill (1760-1840) in Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, no place, 20 August 1802.

GODWIN, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the antiquary Richard Gough (1735-1809), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Polygon, Somers Town, 28 June 1803.

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed, with autograph subscription, 2 pages 4to (weak in the folds, some browning), no place, no date [probably Weimar, June 1831].

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page small folio, the text printed in gothic type, with red wax seal (traces of mounting or framing at edges), no date [ca 1783].

GOLDIE, George Dashwood Taubman (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person, but also signed) to the New York Times, 1 page 8vo (folds), Paris, 6 October 1907.

GOLDING, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
2 TLsS to Harold Mortlake, 2 pages 4to, 12 Cambridge Street, London, 17 & 20 October 1933.

GOLDING, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Hans] Roest, 1 page large 4to, Bowerchalke, 14 December no year

GOLDING, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Bill') on a correspondence-card to Catherine, Ebble Thatch, Bowerchalke, Wiltshire, no date

GOLDING, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [Brian] Pearce, 1 page 8vo (oblong), on embossed writing paper from Ebble Thatch, Bower Chalke, Salisbury, 24 March no year

GOLDMARK, Karl (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, of one bar of words and music (eight repetitions of F), 1 page 8vo (oblong, one vertical crease), dated 23 November 1896.

GOMME, Sir [George] Laurence (This is a link to the full description)
Two good ALsS to North, in all 8 pages 8vo, writing paper of the Archaeological Review and The Folklore Society, 2 January 1889 and 13 March 1893.

GOOCH, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Travers, 1 page 8vo, no place, 'Sunday' no date

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
Curious collection, including two Autograph Letters Signed and numerous family photographs, contained in a hessian-lined leather-covered wooden box.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
Khartoum Banknote for 5 Piastres, signed in ink by Gordon in the lower left-hand corner, 62 x 103 mm. (2½ x 4 inches), dated 25 April 1884.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his brother Henry, 1 page 8vo with integral blank (a little worn and faded), '9 AM / 9.1.84'.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his beloved sister Augusta, 1½ pages 8vo, Cairo, 29 March 1878.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his brother, Enderby, 1 page 8vo, Southampton, 31 January 1880.

[GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Gordon's brother, Sir Henry Gordon, to Wade (probably Sir Thomas Francis Wade (1818-1895, diplomat), 4 pages 8vo, Chelsea, 10 February 1885.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
Khartoum Bank Note for 20 piastres, signed by Gordon in the lower left-hand corner over his blue stamp, 25 April 1884.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Fowler at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1½ pages 8vo, Dara, Darfur [Sudan], 10 May 1879.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Geigler (probably Carl Christian Geigler), 4 pages 8vo on thin paper (as usual), Singapore, 29 August 1880.

GORDON, Charles George (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('C.G. Gordon') and several words from the foot of a letter, no date

GORDON, George, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir James Jones, 1 page 4to, integral address-leaf, Gordon Castle, 18 May 1708.

GORDON, Lord George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord North, 1 page 4to with second leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement and an engraved portrait, Welbeck Street, 30 October 1783.

GORDON, Seton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Francis, 2 pages 8vo, Isle of Skye, 3 April 1936.

GOSSE, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Alec or Aleck] Ross, 1 page 8vo, 29 Delamere Terrace, Westbourne Square, 23 November 1889.

GOSSE, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Mardy Rees, 3 pages 8vo with envelope, 17 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, 20 March 1915.

GOSSE, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr H.J. de Backer, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, 17 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, 16 January 1926.

GOSSE, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W. Lavers, 2 pages 8vo on conjoint leaves (not facing), 1 Whitehall, 13 January 1882. A small press photograph of Gosse pasted to the first page).

GOSSE, Philip Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W. Lavers, 4 pages 8vo (some soiling and foxing, and an ink endorsement to page 4), Sandhurst, Torquay, 26 February 1877.

GOSSEC, François-Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Document dated Paris, 25 Nivôse an 2 [24 January 1794], partly printed and signed by Gossec, Luigi Cherubini and Bernard Sarrett on the recto.

GOUGH, Sir Hugh, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio (oblong), partially printed and completed by hand, with red wax seal, 27 April 1849..

GOULD, Sir Francis Carruthers (This is a link to the full description)
Pen-and-ink drawings of 8 well-known gentlemen, head and shoulders, in evening dress on card ca 290 x 125 mm (11½ x 5 inches) (damaged at the edges).

GOULD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr G. ?Linnecar, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, London, 26 January 1844.

GOULD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf (traces of mounting on blank only), 26 Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, 11 February 1870.

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Berthe, 1 page 8vo, 1 December 1888 ('1er Xbre /88').

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Henriette, 2 pages 8vo, Monday 31 March 1884.

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher ami'), 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, no place, 27 October 1890.

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher ami'), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Paris, 17 Rue LaRochefoucault, 21 November 1876.

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Manuscripts of the openings of 10 cantiques for voice and organ, each on a separate leaf, folio, no date [ca 1870].

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ANS on a monogrammed card, in English, 1 side (slight stain at the top), no place, no date

GOUNOD, Charles François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ch. Gounod') [to Louis Gallet], 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, Saint-Cloud, no date [1877-1878].

GRACE, Princesse de Monaco (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Sentiment Signed, written on two separate slips, each 76 x 127 mm. (3 x 5 inches), no date with envelope (unwritted) bearing the princess's crest.

GRACE, William Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of the portly Grace taking guard, signed in ink in the lower white border, undated.

GRACE, William Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a decorative album leaf with printed picture of a rural bridge, ca 85 x 120 mm (3½ x 5 inches), fold mark.

GRACE, William Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature in ink on grey paper with wide margins, no date

GRAFTON, Augustus Henry, third duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Grafton') without salutation, to [Josiah] Wedgwood at his warehouse in Greek Street, Soho, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Wakefield Lodge, 4 August 1791.

GRAFTON, Augustus Henry, third duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Grafton') to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Euston, 12 September 1807.

GRAFTON, Augustus Henry, third duke of (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Lord Sydney, 1 page 4to with endorsed second leaf, Newmarket, 25 April 1787.

GRAHAME-WHITE, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, three-quarter length, signed and inscribed at the top and dated 1911.

GRAHAME-WHITE, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, three-quarter length, signed at the top and dated 1911.

GRAHAME, Kenneth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Sladen, 1 page small 8vo (laid down on an album leaf), 5 Kensington Crescent, 28 November 1896.

GRAHAME, Kenneth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to The Revd W.F. Moulton, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of the Bank of England, 21 April 1909.

GRAHAM, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Crookes, 1 page 8vo, R[oyal] Mint, 15 July 1862.

GRAHAM, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H W Field, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

GRAHAM, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William (later Sir William) Crookes (1832-1919), 1½ pages 8vo, R[oyal] Mint, 17 February 1865.

GRAINGER, Percy Aldridge (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, half-length, signed in ink, partly on a dark part of the picture, and dated 2 December 1909

GRAINGER, Richard Dugard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Toulmin Smith, 4 pages 8vo with envelope, Marlborough, 8 January 1847.

GRANT, Duncan James Corrowr (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Jeremy Hyman (some stains and creasing, one or two notes written in ball-point), Charleston, 18 April 1974.

GRANT, Duncan James Corrowr (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jeremy Hyman, 1 page 8vo on blue paper, with envelope, Charleston, 1 June 1972

GRANT, Ulysses S. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Pope, 1½ pages 8vo, Hotel Bristol, Paris, 7 November 1877.

GRANT DUFF, Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Carlyle, 2 pages 8vo on blacked-edged paper (slight traces of mounting), 4 Queen's Gate Gardens, 26 July 1875.

GRAVES, Alfred Perceval (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Field, 3 pages 8vo, Red Branch House, Lauriston Road, Wimbledon Common, 26 June 1894.

GRAVES, Alfred Perceval (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Bryant, 2 pages 8vo, Harlech, North Wales, 2 August 1927.

GRAVES, Alfred Perceval (This is a link to the full description)
The Autograph Manuscript Signed of the third verse and chorus of 'Father O'Flynn', 1 page 8vo, dated 14 April 1926.

GRAVES, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Anthony Forster, 1 page large 4to (rather creased), Deya, Mallorca, 11 April 1961.

GRAVES, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to P B Eldridge, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper, with envelope, Deya, Mallorca, 1 June no year

GRAVES, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Bryan Carter, 1 page 4to on thin paper, Canelluñ, Deya, Mallorca, 2 April 1971.

GRAVES, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to a young admirer, Eunice Cherry, in all 2 pages folio on flimsy paper (some discolouration) and 1 page 8vo, London and Mallorca, 1960.

GRAVES, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Robert Graves') to Arnold Bennett, 1 page 8vo, The Worlds End, Islip, Oxfordshire, no date [1925].

GRAY, Asa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?James, 1¼-pages 8vo, no place, 10 June 1867.

GRECHANINOV, Aleksandr Tikhonovich (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed ('A. Gretchaninoff') of two bars in D major on a small card, 52 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches), dated 20.5.37.

GREENAWAY, Kate (This is a link to the full description)
Interesting pencil studies of a young woman, from the back resting her head on her up-raised arm, in a melancholy pose, two versions of the pose on one

GREENAWAY, Kate (This is a link to the full description)
Three pencil studies of the right hand of a child, holding a stick.

GREENAWAY, Kate (This is a link to the full description)
Delicate pencil drawing of the rear view of a young mob-capped girl looking out of a window, with two other sketches of an old woman & the outline of a

GREENE, Graham (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Philip Dossé (1925-80, founder of Books and Bookmen), 1 page small 4to, La Résidence des Fleurs, Antibes, 18 October 1976.

GREENWELL, Dora (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mrs Barclay, 6 pages 8vo, North Bailey, Durham 10 and 19 May no year

GREET, Sir Phillip Barling Ben (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ben Greet') to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 2 pages 8vo, on writing paper of The Ben Greet Company, 3 Bedford Street, WC, 23 July no year

GREGORY, Olinthus Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph paper on 'Reasons why I decline to sign the paper now in circulation in this vicinity to enforce the better observance of the Lord's Day'.

GRENVILLE, George (This is a link to the full description)
Fragmentary Document Signed, ½-page folio (upper portion missing), ca April 1753.

GRENVILLE, George Nugent-Temple (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Nugent Buckingham') to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 4to with integral endorsed leaf, Stowe, 23 November 1812.

GRENVILLE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 4to (mounting strip to the reverse), Cleveland Square, 7 ?December 1826.

GRENVILLE, William Wyndham, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo with second leaf (bearing traces of mounting), Dropmore, 23 May 1821.

GREVILLE, Fulke (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., ½-page folio (small portion nibbled from upper left hand corner removing probably one word), 1 August 1619.

GREY, Charles, Second Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, Howick, 20 October 1826.

GREY, Charles, Second Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Backhouse, 1 page 8vo (slight glue-stains to the reverse), Howick, 5 January 1835.

GREY, Charles, Second Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G') to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 4 January 1842.

GREY, Charles, Second Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Grey') to the Rev. G. Peackock, 2½ pages 8vo, Downing Street, 25 February 1834.

GREY, Edward, Viscount Grey of Fallodon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Symonds, 2 pages 8vo, House of Commons Library (blind stamp), 4 June 1891.

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small card, undated.

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to [Wilhelm] Börresen, 1 page 8vo, Hotel Phönix [Copenhagen], 20 April 1901.

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Wilhelm] Börresen, 1 page 8vo, Copenhagen, 20 December 1899.

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed [of the opening three bars of the Ballade for piano, opus 24], signed also by his wife, Nina, and dated London 1889.

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo on conjoint leaves ('repaired' right across the centre with adhesive tape), Voksenkollen Sanatorium, 11 February 1903.

GRIMALDI, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'D[ea]r Charlotte', 1 page 4to (laid down on an album leaf with an engraving on the reverse), 8 Exmouth Street, 8 July 1828.

GRINDALL, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page 4to (closely trimmed), on board the Ramillies at Spithead, 22 January 1800.

GROVE, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in a shaky hand to John E. Borland, 1½ pages 8vo on conjoint leaves, 27 July [1899].

GUILMANT, Alexandre (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph signed, head an shoulders portrait by Aimé Dupont of New York, 22 July 1903.

GULL, Sir William Withey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [Robert Leamon] Bowles (1834-1913), 1 page 8vo, on 74 Brook Street writing-paper, as from Tullymit, 26 August 1884.

GULLY, William Court, 1st Viscount Selby (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph (three-quarter length) by the London Stereoscopic Company, signed in ink ('W.C. Gully') in the lower border.

GURWOOD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G E Frere, 2 pages 8vo, 70 Lowndes Square, 7 May 1844.

GUSTAVUS VI (Gustav Adolf) (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio with papered seal, partially printed and completed in typescript, Stockholm, 24 November 1961. With a translation into French.

GWYN, Eleanor ('Nell') (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('E.G.'), 1 page folio (neatly inlaid by the blank leaf), no place, no date [?1682].

GYROWETZ, Adalbert (Vojtech Jirovec) (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of 22 bars on two staves, signed and dated 24 November 1845, 1 page 4to (oblong), 160 x 210 mm. (ca 6¼ x 8¼ inches).

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HACHETTE, Jean Nichola Pierre (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monsieur le Prefet, 1 page 8vo (ink stain - original - on the date), no place

HACK, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Lloyd, 1 page 12mo, 'Friday morning', no date

HADOW, Grace Eleanor (This is a link to the full description)
Good, long ALS to Mrs Fox, 8 pages 8vo, Fyfield Road, Oxford, 12 March 1932.

HAECKEL, Ernst (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman, possibly Annie Besant, 3 pages 8vo (last page with traces of mounting to the blank reverse), Jena, 4 November 1882.

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Oswald Crawfurd (1834-1909, author), 3 pages 8vo (slight traces of mount on the reverse only), 27 Duke Street, St James's, 6 May 1895.

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dear [?Alec or Aleck] Ross, 2½ pages 8vo, Ditchingham House, 16 August 1888.

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Amyand', 2 pages 8vo (most of second leaf cut away), Ditchingham House, Bungay, 24 September no year

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter, six lines of text on the reverse.

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Scott, 2 pages 8vo, Ditchingham House, Norfolk, 29 September 1894.

HAGGARD, Sir Henry Rider (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Giles', 3 pages 8vo (somewhat browned), Ditchingham House, Nortolk, 6 October 1914.

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William J Hay, librarian at Edinburgh, 1 page 4to (laid down on card), Fairfield House, St Peter's-in-Thanet, 15 June 1920.

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood ('My dear Sir Evelyn'), 1 page 4to, General Headquarters, British Armies in France, 25 November 1918.

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for a banquet in Liverpool, 5 July 1919, signed in pencil at the top 'D. Haig F.M.'

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
Important military ALS [to General Reginald Talbot], 12 pages 8vo, Berber [Sudan], 30 June 1898.

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
Final page of an ALS, ½-page folio on embossed writing paper, no place, no date

HAIG, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Haig') torn from the foot of a typewritten letter, no date

HAITE, George Charles (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to fellow-artist Silvanus Thompson, 5 pages 8vo, Bedford Park, 27 September and 17 October 1895.

HALEVY, Jacques Fromental (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS, 1 page small 4to, Paris, 9 May 1859.

HALIFAX, Sir Charles L Wood, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Sterling, 4 pages 8vo, St Marys, Bovey Trace, South Devon, 11 June 1923.

HALIFAX, Edward F L Wood, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Halifax') to J S Dodd, MP, 1 page 4to, embossed writing paper of the British Embassy, Washington, 3 March 1945.

HALL, Sydney Prior (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow artist George [Cruikshank], 1 page 8vo, Kensington, 14 April no year

HALL, Sydney Prior (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow artist George [Cruikshank], 1 page 8vo, Kensington, 14 April no year

HALLAM, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Calling slip for 'Newman's Lectures on prophetical office ... 1835', completed and signed by Hallam.

HALLE, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gye, 2 pages 8vo, 20 Linden Gardens, Bayswater, 30 December 1890.

HALLE, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt signed over the purple penny revenue stamp, 1 page 8vo (slightly foxed), Greenheys, Manchester, no year

HALLE, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?Roskil, 1 page 8vo, 10 Greenheys, Manchester, 26 December 1869.

HALLE, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Carte-de-visite photograph (head and shoulders) by A. Brothers of Manchester, signed and inscribed in ink, no date

HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, James Orchard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (perhaps the librarian of the London Library), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Hollingbury Copse, Brighton, 21 November 1885.

HAMBOURG, Mark, Jan & Boris (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed by all three, showing the trio in profile, dated by Jan 1908.

HAMBOURG, Mark, Jan & Boris (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed by all three brothers (Mark's signature on the photograph and somewhat obscure, the other two in the lower white margin).

HAMBOURG, Mark (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed ('Yours truly / Mark Hambourg / 30/1/07'), showing a head-and-shoulders profile view of the young musician.

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Emma Hamilton's copy of Charles Wesley's Air for Key'd Instruments with Variations, signed at the head ('Lady Hamilton / Merton').

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph transcript of an important diplomatic letter to the Queen of Naples from her ambassador in Spain, 7 pages 4to.

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Puleston, 3 pages 4to, integral address and black wax seal, 12 Temple Place, Blackfriars Road, 3 August no year (watermark 1810, probably 1813).

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS [to Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville], 3 pages 4to on black-edged paper, 23 Piccadilly, 14 April 1803.

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Emma H[art].') to Mary Dickenson at Taxal, Chapel[-en-]le Frith, in Derbyshire, 2 pages 4to with address-leaf and red wax seal, no place, 14 July 1791.

HAMILTON, Emma, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville, 8 pages 4to with a further three pages (in another hand) of 'Facts', 'Tuesday morning', ca 1800.

HAMILTON, Sir Ian Standish Monteith (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Kempthorne, 3 pages 8vo (note of identification in red ink at the head), Bloemfontein, 1 April 1900.

HAMILTON, James, 1st Viscount Claneboye (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to his brother, 3 pages folio (tipped to an album leaf, repairs to the central fold), Killeleagh, 12 April 1642.

HAMILTON, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque in the form of an ALS to Mr Ragland of Naples, 1 page 8vo (oblong, with a stain in the centre not affecting the text), Naples, 3 December 1798.

HAMMERSLEY, James Astbury (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to H B Peacock, 3 pages 8vo (laid down on card), Cromer Villa, Redland Park, Clifton, 22 March 1863.

HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar II (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Albert Deane [of Paramount Picture], 1 page small 4to, New York, 4 May 1951.

HAMPDEN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Jo Hampden' across a seal-tag), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, signed also by Thomas Lane, 26 June 13 Charles I [1637].

HANBURY, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E J L Simmonds, 4 pages 8vo (soiled), Clapham Common, 21 April 1865.

HANNAY, James Owen (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to C H StL Russell, 1 page 4to, Mells Rectory, Frome, 31 December 1930.

HARDIE, James Keir (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard reproduction of a photograph of Hardie, signed in facsimile on the front and in ink ('Yours faithfully / J. Keir Hardie') on the reverse.

HARDING, Allan Francis, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A.L. Ball, 1½ pages 8vo in light blue ink (note of identification in hink at the head), Nether Compton, Dorset, 13 April 1958.

HARDING, George Perfect (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J J Smith, 1 page 4to (with a portrait mounted to the reverse), 38 Strand, 1 November 1815.

HARDINGE, Sir Henry, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Colonel Sir John M. Wilson, 1 page 4to, Horse Guards, 8 September 1854.

HARDING, Silvester (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his son George, 1 page 4to, 9 October 1803.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.H.') to [?William] Fisher, 1 page 8vo (repairs to the reverse in old adhesive tape, split in the folds), Max Gate, Dorchester, 22 December 1895.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.H.') to an unnamed correspondent on one side of a correspondence-card, Max Gate, 29 March 1906.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.H.') on a postcard to his printer, William Maxwell, Max Gate, 18 October 1927.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Daisy] 'Margaret' [Gifford], 1 page small 4to, Max Gate, 26 July 1922.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature on a small piece of white paper, no date

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive short ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Max Gate, Dorchester, 13 January 1893.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
AL (unsigned) on a picture postcard depicting the harbour and fish market at Southwold, to his sister K[atherine] Hardy, 23 April 1913.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Thomas Hardy') on one side of a correspondence card, to Lady Metcalfe, Dorchester, 10 May 1892.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS (initials) to Mr and Mrs Leonard Rees, on a postcard (address on the reverse), Max Gate, Dorchester, 7 June 1924.

HARDY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (a few stains), 16 Pelham Crescent, South Kensington, 21 May 1896.

HARDY, Sir Thomas Masterman (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink from the foot of a ruled naval document, a little soiled an trimmed, laid down.

HARDY, Sir Thomas Masterman (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S., 1 page folio on vellum, partially printed, with paper seal of the Admiralty and revenue stamps, Admiralty, 1 December 1830.

HARDY, Sir Thomas Masterman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Locker, 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the integral blank), no place, 8 May 1836.

HARLAND, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS signed on his own behalf and that of Joseph Pennell, to H[enry] C[urrie] Marillier, 2 pages 8vo, 144 Cromwell Road, 5 April 1898.

HARLEY, John Pritt (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to B[enjamin] Webster, 3 pages 8vo (biographical extract lightly attached beneath the signature, some wear), Bedford Square, 26 July 1853.

HARLEY, Robert, 1st Earl of Oxford (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Oxford') and the last five lines cut from a treasury document, dated 21 July 1712.

HARRINGTON, Maria Foote, Countess of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lumley (possibly Benjamin Lumley, author and manager of the opera in London), 4 pages 8vo, no place, 'Friday the 12th, no date

HARRINGTON, Wm Stanhope, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page 4to (right-hand margin torn away), Whitehall, 18 July 1738.

HARRIS, Arthur T. (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Arthur T Harris / A.C.M. R.A.F.') on a small card, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

HARRIS, Arthur T. (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for the dinner in honour of 'Bomber' Harris's 90th birthday, signed by him in ink on the front.

HARRISON, Sir Reginald Carey ('Rex') (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small slip of paper, possibly cut from a letter, ca 25 x 70 mm (1 x 2½ inches).

HART, Solomon Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Redgrave RA, 2 pages 8vo on separate conjunct leaves, 16 Russell Place, 6 March 1851.

HARTE, Bret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Andrew Chatto of the firm Chatto & Windus, 1 page 8vo, (traces of mount on verso), Upper Hamilton Terrace, 16 January 1882.

HARTE, Francis Bret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to his son ('My dear Frank'), 74 Lancaster Gate, 15 May 1901.

HARTE, Francis Bret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a Doctor, 1 page 8vo, 15 Upper Hamtilon Terrace, London, 2 November 1885.

HARTE, Francis Bret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Benediktus] Trübner, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (a little aged), Glasgow, 16 August 1880.

HARTE, Francis Bret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Cowen, 2¼ pages 8vo, 15 Upper Hamilton Terrace, 15 January 1891.

HARWOOD, Ronald (This is a link to the full description)
Typescript of his award-winning play The Dresser, signed on the title page by Harwood and date-stamped 1981.

HASTINGS, Selina, Countess of Huntingdon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to English, 2 pages 4to with address-leaf tipped onto the second blank sheet (traces of former mounting in the margin), Bath, 28 March no year [ca 1789].

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his nephew, The Revd T.B. Woodman, in Ewell, Surrey, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, D[aylesfor]d House, 10 June 1803.

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
Important archive of 12 Autograph Letters Signed ('Warren Hastings' & 'W.H.') to his secretary, George Nesbitt Thompson, in all 25 pages 4to & 1 page 8vo.

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G[eorge] A[lexander] Thompson, 1½ pages 4to, Daylesford House, 4 November 1807.

[HASTINGS, Warren] (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to the sixty-seventh day of the trial of Warren Hastings, 185 x 112 mm (ca 7½ x 4½ inches, trimmed as usual) with red wax seal.

[HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission for the trial of Warren Hastings, in favour of Mr [Samuel] Wilks, signed by (Sir) Peter Burrell, 124 x 80 mm. (ca 5 x 3 inches).

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Cosway RA (ca 1742-1821, artist and collector), 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf, Daylesford House, 15 January 1805.

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
Fine example of a ticket of admission to the trial of Warren Hastings, engraved in red and signed by Lord Loughborough, with wide margins.

HASTINGS, Warren (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 1 page folio (strengthened at the edges on the reverse), Fort William, 23 December 1778.

HAVERFIELD, Francis John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Goddard, 2 pages 8vo, Christ Church, Oxford, 13 December 1897.

HAVILAND, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John Stevens] Henslow (1796-1861, botanist), 3 pages 8vo, Cambridge, 25 October 1847.

HAWKER, Mary Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Miss Bramston, 1 page 8vo and a postcard, Hurstbourne, 28 February and 29 October 1892.

HAWKER, Robert Stephen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo on lined paper, Morw[enstowe], 16 August 1873.

HAWKESWORTH, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to R[obert] Dodsley (1704-1764, bookseller and writer), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (a little worn and trimmed, but the text intact), Bromley, 3 November 1757.

HAWKINS, Sir Anthony Hope (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript (unsigned, but with the author's name in in his hand in pencil in the left hand margin), headed 'River and Ring', 8 pages 4to on one side only, no date

HAWKINS, John Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Cadell, 2 pages 8vo with integral address-leaf with free frank, Lower Grove, Brompton, 1 May 1838.

HAWKSHAW, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down), London 9 June 1877.

HAY, James, 1st Earl of Carlisle etc. (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('James Hay'), 1 page folio (rather soiled and torn, with old repairs), 7 October 1617.

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Alfred] Elmore, 1½ pages 8vo with address, seal, and stamp on second leaf, (small seal-tear not affecting the text), no place, no date [after 1840].

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 16mo, London, ?1843.

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his close friend the judge (Sir) T[homas] N[oon] Talfourd (1795-1854), 1 page 4to with integral address leaf, London, 30 March 1830.

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to [Dominic] Colnaghi (1790-1879, printseller), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 4 Burwood Place, Connaught Square, 2 November 1839.

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr ?Bankes, 1½ pages 8vo (spike filing hole in the centre without loss of paper), 12 February 1835.

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Benjamin West (1738-1820, historical painter), 1 page 8vo (some slight stains), 'Saturday', no year

HAYDON, Benjamin Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W. Harvey, probably William Harvey (1796-1866, wood-engraver and book illustrator), 1 page 4to, 14 Burwood Place, 23 March 1846.

HAYLEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Hebe' (Mary Meyer), 3 pages 4to (lower half of last page and address-leaf torn away, removing valediction and signature), [Felpham], 6 August 1817.

HAYTER, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, no place, 6 July no year

HAZLITT, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page 4to (lacks address-leaf, lightly laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Winterslow Hut, 'Sunday, October 5' [?1817].

HEAD, Sir Francis Bond (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the Committee of the Covent Garden Theatrical Fund, 1 page 8vo, 2 Upper Hyde Park Street, 27 March 1843.

HEATH, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a white card embossed with the House of Commons portcullis, ca 90 x 140 mm (3½ x 5½ inches).

HEATH, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Fine TLS to A.J. Goldstaub, 2 separate pages 4to (filing holes in the margin), House of Commons, 19 February 1968.

HELENA VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Leigh, 1 page 8vo, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, 5 December 1899.

HELENA VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs de Rothschild with autograph super- and sub-script, 2 pages 4to, on writing paper of the Housing Association for Officers' Families, 21 April 1917.

HENLEY, William Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on two sides of a correspondence card to Barwick S Browne, St George's Lodge, Chesswood Road, Worthing, 3 May 1900.

HENLEY, William Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph poem signed, two quatrains on a card, Worthing, 19 December 1895.

HENLEY, William Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, ½-page 8vo on writing paper of The National Observer, Edinburgh, 1 December 1890.

HENLEY, William Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ['W.E.H.'] to [H.B.] Marriott Watson (1863-1921, novelist), 2 pages 8vo (facing), 11 Howard Place, Edinburgh, 25 December 1891.

HENLEY, William Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALs (initials) to Charles [Hughes], 1¼ facing pages, Stanley Lodge, Muswell Hill, 8 December 1896.

HENRIETTA MARIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('henriette marie R') in French to her son, Charles II, 1½ pages 4to (somewhat faded ink, old repair to the fold), Paris, 30 April 1655.

HENRIETTA MARIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('henriette marie R') to Mother Anne Marie de ?Golin, 1 page 4to with address-leaf and seal, (small hole, slight loss of text), London, 30 January 1665.

HENRIETTA MARIA (This is a link to the full description)
Important LS ('Henriette Marie R') in French, to the Marchese Crescenzio, 1 page folio with address-leaf and red wax seals, St Germain, 17 June 1647.

HENRIETTA MARIA (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in French ('henriette MarieR') to Henry Rich, Lord Holland, her High Stewart and favourite, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, no place, no date but ca 1633.

HENRIETTA MARIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Henriette MarieR') in French, to Henry Rich, Lord Holland, her high steward, 1 page 4to with address-leaf and armorial seals with blue silk ties,. [1630s].

[HENRY III] (This is a link to the full description)
Document from the reign of Henry III, on vellum, ca 60 x 140 mm (2¼ x 5½ inches), Oxford, 17 January [1217].

HENRY VII (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, (initials, as usual), addressed at the foot to Sir Robert Litton, 1 page 4to, 103 x 177 mm. (4 x 7 inches) on vellum, 7 December 14 Henry VII [1498].

HENRY VII (This is a link to the full description)
Important Doc S ['HR'] confirming the pardon of two of the Cornish rebels, 1 page 4to (oblong) on vellum with papered seal, 187 x 278 mm. (7¼ x 11 inches).

HENRY VII (This is a link to the full description)
Handsome large document bodly signed ('HR') at the head and written and sealed at Calais, 220 x 310½ mm. (ca 9 x 12½ inches), in English, 16 November 1492.

HENRY VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S. (twice), on vellum, irregularly shaped, ca 325 x 310 mm. (13 x 12 inches), dated at Windsor, 14 December 5 Henry VIII [1513].

HENRY VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Handsome large Doc S. (with a large version of his mature signature), 405 x 555 mm. (ca 16 x 22 inches) on vellum, about 1541.

HENRY VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Doc S., ('Henry R' at the head) on vellum, ca 145 x 175 mm. (5½ x 6½ inches) with papered seal, Greenwich, 26 June 4 Henry VIII [1512].

HENRY VIII (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Diplomatic Letter Signed and subscribed ('Vester bonus amicus Henry R') in Latin to Antonioto Adorno, Duke of Genoa, London 14 July 1514.

HENRY, Prince of Wales (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, (enormous signature 'Henry P' at the head), 1 page folio on vellum (rather damaged at the edges with a little loss of text, laid down), [1612].

HENRY BENEDICT, Cardinal York. (This is a link to the full description)
LS address to Nicolas Veigura, banker in Paris, ½-page 4to, Rome, 6 January 1773.

HENSCHEL, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hewlett, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, 45 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, 8 June 1901.

HENSCHEL, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 12 ALsS to Mr Webb, 36 pages 8vo or small 4to (rather worn, with filing-holes), The Red House, Hornton Street, 28 March 1930 - 15 January 1931.

HENSLOW, John Stevens (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript headed 'In re Starch', 4 pages 8vo, signed at the foot, no date. Together with 4 ALsS and an A.N.S. from George Henslow.

HENTY, George Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Gregg' [?Basil E.P. Gregg], 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf (a few stains), 33 Lavender Gardens, Clapham Common, 30 May no year

HENTY, George Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in purple ink to 'My dear Yearsley', 1½ pages 8vo, 33 Lavender Gardens, Clapham Common, 'Sunday', no date

HERBERT, Sir Alan Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('All good wishes / from / A.P. Herbert.'), ca 55 x 105 mm (2½ x 4 inches).

HERBERT, John Rogers (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to his fellow painter [Richard] Redgrave, 3 pages 8vo (lightly laid down), Norwich (as from Great Yarmouth), dated in another hand 1850.

HERBSTER, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard showing a Henri Farman biplane flown by Herbster, signed and inscribed, 12 December 1912 ('12.12.12').

HERDMAN, Sir William Abbott (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Norman Thomas, 1 page 4to on writing paper of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (crossed out), 14 January 1897.

HEREDIA, José Maria de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, purple ink, no place, 'ce Lundi soir' no date

HERKOMER, Sir Hubert von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Flower, 1 page 8vo on a flimsy sheet from a sketch book, no place, 28 April 1910.

HERSCHEL, Sir John Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo (a little worn, but professionally strengthened), endorsed by the recipient and dated by him ink 2 June 1827.

HERSCHEL, Sir John Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from a letter.

HERSCHEL, Sir John Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 2 pages 8vo, (remains of mount on verso of second leaf), Collingwood, 10 January 1868.

HERSCHEL, Sir John Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
Fragment of a letter, Signed, 2 pages 8vo, no place, no date

HERSCHEL, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [Patrick] Wilson (1743-1811, professor of practical astronomy, University of Glasgow, 1784-1799), 3 pages 4to with address-leaf, Slough, 19 October 1810.

HERTFORD, Richard Seymour-Conway (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), no place, 'Friday', no date

HERTFORD, Richard Seymour-Conway (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to the Comte de Morny, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, no place (presumably Paris), no date

HERVEY, Lord Arthur Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Group of 4 ALsS, in all 12 pages 8vo, Ickworth and 48 Eaton Place, 28 May 1864 to 10 February 1868.

HERVEY, George William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Bristol') to a fellow peer ('My Lord'), 1 page 4to (endorsement and slight trace of mounting to the reverse), London, 28 July 1753.

HERVEY, Thomas Kibble (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Watts, in all 5 pages 8vo (laid down), Athenaeum & 65 Oakley Square, no date

HESS, Dame (Julia) Myra (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Myra' with the surname added in another hand) to 'Dear Daisy', 1½ pages 8vo (creased), 8 Carlton Hill, St John's Wood, 1 October 1934.

HESS, Dame (Julia) Myra (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription ('With all my good wishes') in ink on a page taken from a recital programme, Dublin 1935.

HESS, Dame (Julia) Myra (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription in ink ('With all my good wishes / Myra Hess') on paper mounted on the remains of an album leaf.

HESSE, Hermann (This is a link to the full description)
TLS in German to an unnamed correspondent ('Hochgeehrter Herr!'), ½-page 4to, on writing paper of the prisoner-of-war library in Bern, 16 October 1917.

HEWETT, Sir Prescott Gardner (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial signed, 1 page 8vo, 1 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, 18 June 1877.

HEWITSON, William Chapman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, 15 Southwell Street, no date

HILL, Octavia (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of five ALsS (one incomplete) to women, probably related, in all 17½ pages 8vo, 1870-1910.

HILL, Rowland, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 2 pages 8vo, Horse Guards, 16 July 1841.

HILL, Sir Rowland (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E[dwin] W[ilkins] Field (1804-71), 1 page 8vo, Downing Street, 5 July 1841.

HILL, Sir Rowland (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Nelly, 1 page 12mo with decorative blind stamp, Hampstead, '3rd Wed', no date

HILL, Sir Rowland (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to James ?Lamb, 1 page 8vo, G[eneral] P[ost] O[ffice], 21 September 1850.

HILL, Sir Rowland (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr ?Phepson, 3 pages 8vo, Bayswater, 25 May 1844, docketed by the recipient on the verso (trace of guard along edge).

HILL, Air Chief Marshal Sir Roderic (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Roderic Hill / Air Marshal') on a small white card, ca 65 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

HILLARY, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on the blank side of a vising card (of Dr Stephen Feher), no date

HILLER, Ferdinand (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to one of the organisers of the Birmingham Music Festival, 3 pages 8vo, Cologne, 21 September 1870.

HILLER, Ferdinand (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 12mo, no place, 'Thursday 5 o'clock', no date

HINDENBURG, Paul von (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S with characteristic large signature, 3 pages folio with embossed seal (split in central fold), 25 June 1933.

HINTON, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Archive of letters, contracts etc.

HITLER, Adolf (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed in blue-black ink, 3 pages folio with embossed seal in the second leaf, Berlin, 12 october 1934.

HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Interesting series of 3 ALsS to James F Torr, in all 12 pages 12mo with one envelope (embossed Privy Council seal), 16 June 1885 to 4 March 1886.

HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Merivale, 4 pages 8vo (traces of glue), Calcutta, 6 December 1872.

HOBHOUSE, John Cam, Baron Broughton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J M Phillipps, 1½ pages 8vo, War Office, 15 January 1833.

HOBY, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph draft of a letter to Robert Cecil, Lord Salisbury, 1 page folio, Blackfriars 16 November 1605. Endorsed 'To th erle of Salisburie / 9r. 16. 1605.'

HODGSON, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Poems, London, 1917, first edition, inscribed to C.M. Hopkins 'from W.B.H.' on the free front endpaper, bookplate of Peter Scupham.

HOGARTH, Georgina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, perhaps an auctioneer, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Gad's Hill, 5 July no year [dated in pencil in another hand '1870'].

HOGARTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Large etching signed in ink, a subscription ticket for two prints, 265 x 395 mm. (ca 10½ x 15½ inches), dated 14 May 1751.

HOGBEN, Lancelot Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Two fascinating TLsS to Winckworth, 2 pages 4to with a page of autograph notes from Winckworth, University of Birmingham, 15 October and 1 November 1943.

HOGG, James (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript of a preface and containing a scathing attack on Andrew Picken, 1 page 4to, signed at the foot (lightly laid down).

HOGG, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Brackie? a merchant in Selkirk, 1 page ca 5 x 7 inches, laid down with the address-panel (small hole), Altrive Lake, 23 March 1835.

HOLL, Francis Montague (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Cubitt MP, 4 pages 8vo, The Three Gables, Fitzjohn's Avenue, 24 November 1883.

HOLLAND, Cornelius (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Cor: Holland'), ½-page folio with second leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement, 4 April 1650.

HOLLAND, Cornelius (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Cor. Holland'), 1 page 4to, 15 October 1652.

HOLLAND, Elizabeth Vassall Fox, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Moore, 1 page 8vo with red wax seal, no place, 'Tuesday', no date

HOLLIDAY, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, West Markham, Near Tuxford, Notts, 26 September 1776.

PUNCHARD (née Holme), (Edith) Constance (This is a link to the full description)
TLS, with autograph postscript, to J.T. Atkinson, 2 pages 4to with envelope (paper-clip marks at the top), The Gables, Kirkby Lonsdale, 18 September 1934.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Boston, 7 May 1860.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jeremiah Colburn, 1 page 8vo, (remains of mount, portrait and news cutting tipped to second leaf), Charles Street, 4 October no year

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Boston, 2 April 1892.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Oliver Wendell Holmes / Boston, January 10th 1890') on white card, ca 45 x 95 mm (2 x 4 inches).

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alexander Denham, 1 page 8vo, 296 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 4 December no year

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (upper corners trimmed not affecting the text), Boston, 30 March 1891.

HOLST, Gustav Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 32 Gunterstone Road, Barons Court, 20 April no year

HOLST, Gustav Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Autograph Music Quotation Signed (the 'Amen from the Hymn of Jesus), on a page removed from a birthday book, 172 x 130 mm. (6½ x 5 inches), no date

HOLST, Imogen Clare (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Dr Bachner, 2 pages 8vo (oblong) and a postcard, as from Millands, Kilve, Bridgwater, 4 March 1941, where dated.

HOLST, Theodor Richard Edward von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, Lyon & Turnbull sale of 13 January 2010, part of lot 96, at cost

HONEGGER, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a friend, 1 page 4to, closely written, Paris, 31 May 1941. With a translation.

HONEGGER, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a friend, 1 page 4to, closely written, [Paris], January 1941. With a translation.

HOOD, Samuel, first Viscount Hood (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain Henderson, 1 page 4to with blank leaf (reference number in ink added at the foot), Greenwich, 30 June 1813.

HOOD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Trolkard, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date (watermark 1840).

HOOD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Cooke', 1 page 8vo (slightly smudged), no place, no date

HOOD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the actor and theatre manager R[obert William] Elliston, 1 page 8vo (traces for former mounting and glue stains), 2 Robert Street, Adelphi,

HOOD, Thomas, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Routledge, 1 page 8vo, Fleet Street, '6½' [6:30 pm] no date

HOOK, Theodore Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Athenaeum, 'Saturday' no date

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Jos. D. Hooker') to Thompson, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, The Camp, Sunningdale, 1 August 1888.

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Hendricks, 1 page 8vo, Sunningdale, 13 May 1891.

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Woolner (1825-1892, sculptor), 1 page 8vo, Royal Gardens, Kew (blind stamp), 22 March 1868.

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent [?Lowther] ('My dear Sir'), 2 pages 8vo, Kew Gardens (blind stamp), traces of mounting to verso, 31 January 1872.

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Fitch' [perhaps one of the botanical illustrators of that name], 2 pages 16mo, Kew Gardens (blind stamp,) 9 January 1884.

HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Darrock, 4 pages 12mo, on embossed writing-paper of the Royal Gardens, Kew, 29 June 1878.

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Walther, 1 page 8vo on embossed writing paper of the Royal Gardens, Kew (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), 23 May 1857.

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Athenaeum, 27 March no year

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to (inlaid in the remains of a mount), Glasgow, 10 May no year

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [?to C.H.H. Wilsone], 4 pages 8vo, Royal Gardens, Kew, 19 February 1857.

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 4 pages 8vo, Kew Gardens (blind stamp), 10 October 1838.

HOOKER, Sir William Jackson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 2 pages 8vo (blank leaf largely removed, a little foxed), Kew Gardens (blind stamp), 21 August 1863.

HOOVER, Herbert Clark (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Francis Hackett, 1 page 4to (rust marks from paper clips), 11 July 1933.

HOOVER, Herbert Clark (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Albert Dean [of Paramount Pictures], 1 page 4to with envelope, The Waldorf Astoria Towers, New York, 4 September 1951.

HOPKINS, Edward John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W W Ingall, 4 pages 8vo (tape adhering to top and bottom, not affecting the text), St Augustines Road, Camden Square, 10 December 1896.

HOPKINSON, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Crowdy, 3 pages 8vo (laid down), Manchester, dated in another hand February 1871.

HOPPNER, John (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Receipt Signed, in the format of a cheque, 9 August 1806.

HORNE, Richard Hengist (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Baddeley, 2 pages 8vo, 7 Northumberland Street, Marylebone, 22 July 1883.

HOROWITZ, Vladimir (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small card (apparently the visiting card of Walter Wiener, whose name is printed on the reverse), no date

HORSLEY, Sir Victor Alexander Haden (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Dr Robert Leamon Bowles (1834-1913)], 4 pages 8vo (slight traces of mounting on last page), 80 Park Street, Grosvenor Square, 23 June 1887.

HORSLEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Phipson, 3 pages 8vo, Gravel Pits, Kensington, 19 September 1834.

HOTTEN, John Camden (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the editor of The Athenaeum, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, 74 Piccadilly, 21 December 1865.

HOUDINI, Harry [born Erik Weisz] (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Houdini in his Voisin biplane, signed and inscribed 'Best wishes Harry Houdini 4/1/11' (a little trimmed, traces of mounting to the reverse).

HOUDINI, Harry [born Erik Weisz] (This is a link to the full description)
Small photograph, 70 x 45 mm. (ca 2½ x 1½ inches), clearly signed in ink (although on a dark part) 'Best wishes, Harry Houdini, 4/1/11'.

HOUSMAN, Alfred Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Edge, 1 page 8vo, Trinity College, Cambridge, 24 March 1923.

HOUSMAN, Alfred Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Brian Finn, 1 page 8vo, Trinity College, Cambridge, 25 April 1927.

HOUSMAN, Laurence (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS (two 'L.H.') to [Hugh] Chesterman, 6 pages 4to & 8vo, closely written, Longmeadow, Street, Somerset, 1930, 1932 and 1934.

HOWARD, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a fragment of an exchequer receipt, laid down and identified at the head, in all 155 x 140 mm (6 x 5 inches), 30 September 1673.

HOWARD, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a portion of a treasury document, mounted.

HOWE, Richard, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Earl Temple, 1 page 4to with second leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement, Grafton Street, 17 April 1783.

HOWE, Richard, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Vice-admiral Lord Keith, 2 pages 4to with address-leaf, Buxton 15 August 1797.

HOWE, Richard, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Vice-admiral Groves, 2 pages 4to with blank leaf, London, 17 June 1793.

HOWELLS, Herbert Norman (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph score of 'The shepherd', 5 pages folio, ca 1917.

HOWITT, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madam'), 1 page 8vo, Clapton, 26 March 1847.

HOWLEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('H. Cantuar') to the Rev G Wilson Sickleman, 3 pages 8vo, Addington, 28 September 1838.

HOWLEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W Cantuar') to an unnamed corresopndent, 1 page 8vo, Lambeth, 29 June 1830.

HOYLE, Sir Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in black ink on white card (slight creasing), 53 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches), with note of identification at the head.

HUDSON, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
2 TLsS, one in draft form with extensive autograph corrections and insertions (most initialled), 2 pages 4to, St John's Wood, 1911 and 1914.

HUGHES, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Ralli, 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting on the reverse), 2 Finboro Road, Fulham Road, 'Thursday morning' no date

HUGHES, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Adelaide] Ross, 1 page 8vo on writing-paper of the Athenaeum, 13 June 1881.

HUGHES, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Lord] Reay, 2 pages 8vo (facing), 7 October 1883.

HUGO, Victor (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unidentified woman ('Madam'), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, no place, 'Lundi', no date

HUGO, Victor (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment of five lines, boldly signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong on grey paper), no date

HUGO, Victor (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hippolyte Cogniard, director of the Théâtre de la Port Saint-Martin, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, [Paris], Tuesday 31 August [1841].

HUGO, Victor (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note Signed, on a slip of paper ca 70 x 180 mm (2½ x 7 inches) laid down on the remains of an album leaf and undated.

HUMBOLDT, Alexander von (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial, signed, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf (small splits in the horizontal folds), Potsdam, 20 August 1849.

HUMBOLDT, Alexander von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to le Comte de Redan, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, no place, 'ce lundi' no date

HUME, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Daniel O'Connell, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, Bryanston Square, 9 June 1833.

HUMOROUS VERSES (This is a link to the full description)
The Bathing Machine / A Legend of Box Hill, 17 pages 4to in a neat legible hand.

HUMPERDINCK, Engelbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Fraulein Marie Wurm, Akademische Meisterschulen Fur Musikalische Komposition, Berlin, postmarked 25 January 1917.

HUNT, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Bryant, 3 pages 4to Lamb Inn, Bath, 'Wednesday Eveng' no date [postmarked 5 November 1818].

HUNT, James Henry Leigh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Leigh Hunt') to Edward Wood, 1 page 4to (neatly laid down, some glue-stains showing through), Chelsea, 26 February no year

HUNT, James Henry Leigh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Cowie at Mr Bonnsall's, 1 page 4to (trimmed and glued to an album leaf with the the envelope-front), 4 Upper Cheyne Row, 10 June 1835.

HUNT, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (a note of identification in ink beneath the signature), 62 Stanhope Street, 22 July, no year

HUNT, William Holman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Morgan, 2 pages 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Draycott Lodge, Fulham, 5 May 1885.

HUNT, William Holman (This is a link to the full description)
Carte-de-visite photograph by the London Stereoscopic Company, inscribed at the foot in ink 'With W Holman Hunt's kind regards'.

HUNT, William Holman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS trimmed at the top and bottom with the loss of first few lines and the name of the recipient, 2 pages 8vo, no place, no date

HUNT, William Holman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Holland, 2½ pages 8vo (attached to an album leaf, small tear), no place, 5 January 1882.

HUNTER, Sir Archibald (This is a link to the full description)
Personal archive of Sir Archibald Hunter, comprising letters addressed to him and related material.

HUNTER, John (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 8vo (trimmed and laid down), 'Wednesday', no date

[HURD, Michael John] (This is a link to the full description)
Incoming correspondence, partly of a literary or non-musical nature, one box-file, ca 1950 to 1988, with a few related items.

HUSKISSON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 13 ALsS to J C Herries, 30 pages 8vo and 4to, London, Earlham, and Somerset Place, 1823-1826. With an LS of Carr to Herries, 1826.

HUSKISSON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to J. Bolton, 4 pages 4to, Whitehall Place, 29 January 1823.

HUSKISSON, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My Dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (irregularly torn at the left hand side without loss of text), Richmond Terrace, 14 June 1828.

HUSKISSON, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 3 pages 4to, St James's Place, 29 July 1804.

HUXLEY, Aldous (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('Yours faithfully'), cut from the foot of a letter, ca 45 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

HUXLEY, Aldous (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to M Spencer Edge, San Cristobal, New Mexico, 20 June 1937.

HUXLEY, Aldous (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Aldous Huxley') to Mr Carmichael, 1½ pages 4to on blue paper, 3276 Deronda Drive, Los Angeles, 29 May 1959.

HUXLEY, Sir Julian Sorell (This is a link to the full description)
Huxley's copy of 'Drugs and the Mind' by Robert S de Ropp, Victor Gollancz, London, 1958, cloth bound.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr J H Gladstone, 3 pages 8vo, on embossed blue writing-paper of the Athenaeum, 11 May 1888.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Pater') to his son-in-law, the painter John Collier ('My dear Jack'), 3 pages 8vo, 4 Marlborough Place, 14 May 1862.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publishers Williams and Norgate, 2¼ pages 8vo, (filing-hole in second leaf, not affecting the text, recipient's stamp), Eastbourne, 15 July 1893.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Rev Thomas L. Montefiore, 3 pages 8vo with envelope-front (last page laid down), Royal School of Mines, 17 April 1863.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E Wood, 2 pages 8vo (second leaf laid down), Museum of Practical Geology, 22 December 1855.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Reay, 2½ pages 8vo in purple ink, 4 Marlborough Place, Abbey Road, 24 February 1880.

HUXLEY, Thomas Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev. ?G.Bainton, 4 pages 8vo, 4 Marlborough Place, Abbey Road (embossed heading), 30 September 1887.

HYMN WRITERS (This is a link to the full description)
Superb collection of 22 autograph manuscripts signed of 19th century hymns, each mounted on card, identified at the foot (some slight foxing).

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INDENTURE - Kingston upon Hull, 1696 (This is a link to the full description)
Indenture on vellum ca 260 x 420 mm. (10 x 16½ inches), dated in the eighth year of the reign of William III, 1696.

INGERSOLL, Robert Green (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hutchins, 2 pages 8vo, written sideways on lined paper (mounting tape adhering to the side, splits), Washington, D.C., 29 December 1884.

INGLIS, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Spottiswood & Robertson, 4 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Edinburgh, 7 March 1809.

INGRES, Jean Auguste Dominique (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monsieur Atoche, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf and postal cancellations, no place, 'ce lundi 7' [postmark February 1831].

INOCULATION (This is a link to the full description)
Early 19th-century manuscript poem of 19 lines: Verses / Composed upon that Sublime Subject the Cowpock Preached by Mr Lyons', 1 page folio.

IRELAND, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William] Upcott, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Croydon, 25 May 1807.

IRELAND, John Nicholson (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript Signed of the song 'Weep you no more, sad fountains', 3 pages folio (a little spotted on the first page), [1906].

IRELAND, John Nicholson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the conductor [Ivan] Clayton, 1 page 8vo, 14 Gunter Terrace, 24 October 1946.

IRELAND, John Nicholson (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of five ALsS to Philip Heseltine (1894-1930, composer), two addressing him as 'Warlock', 7 pages 4to & 8vo, 1928-1930.

IRVING, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'the Chairman of the Meeting of the Trustees and Building Committee with the Elders & Deans of the National Scotch Church',

IRVING, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed in the lower white margin, head and sholders half-turned pose, complete with pince-nez.

IRVING, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of the statue of Irving as Hamlet by E Onslow Ford in the Guildhall, Signed in the lower white margin.

IRVING, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 2 pages 8vo, Bond Street, 5 January 1880.

IRVING, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
LS (the text probably not by Stoker) to Louis Roche, 1 page 8vo, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 28 April 1903.

IRVING, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
LS with the text in the hand of his secretary Bram Stoker, to William Rossiter, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of the tour of 1891, 26 November 1891.

IRWIN, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
Doggerel verse of 14 lines, 1 page 8vo with note of identification at the head, 66 Holland Road, no date (somewhat creased).

ISHERWOOD, Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hans Roest, 1 page 4to on blue air-mail writing paper, Santa Monica, 15 December 1971.

ISHERWOOD, Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gwynne Hughes, 1 page 8vo, 145 Adelaide Drive, Santa Monica, California, 18 February 1972.

ISLE OF MAN (This is a link to the full description)
Eighteenth Century copy of a famous letter from the Earl of Derby to General Ireton, 4 pages folio, the original dated 12 July 1649.

ISMAY, Sir Stanley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [probably to Theobald], 1 page 8vo, Caerlaverock [Ootacamund, India], 25 February 1914, with identifying notes at the head in another hand.

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JACKSON, John Hughlings (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (with initials) to Dr [Robert Leamon] Bowles (1834-1913), 1 page 8vo, 3 Manchester Square, no date [watermark 1878].

JACOBS, William Wymark (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, Loughton, Essex, 14 July 1906.

JACOBS, William Wymark (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and salutation on blind-stamped paper of The Outlook, Upper Park, Loughton, laid down on an album leaf.

JACOMB-HOOD, George Percy (This is a link to the full description)
A page from his diary/sketch-book, 30 x 25mm (ca 12 x 9½ inches), in pencil, dated 2 August no year

[JAMES I] (This is a link to the full description)
Document with the Great Seal, 220 x 460 mm (9 x 18 inches) on vellum, in a clear chancery hand, dated at Westminster, 22 June, 11 James I [1613].

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS as James VI of Scotland addressed to Lord Gray, 1 page folio with address on the reverse and traces of red wax seal, 21 November 1590.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('James R', as James VI of Scotland) to the Laird of Barnbarroche, ½-page folio with address on the reverse, Stirling, 27 September 1585.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Thomas [Egerton] Lord Ellesmere (1540-1617, Lord Chancellor), 1 page folio with address-leaf, given at Westminster, 24 July 2 James I [1604].

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, in the name of his Queen, Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), and signed also by her ('Anna R'), 1 page folio on vellum, April 1603.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
Document bearing the great seal of James I, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, in fine condition, the seal attached by a vellum tag, 1 December 1615.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine document with the Great Seal, 1 page large folio on vellum, 370 x 630 mm. (ca 15 x 25 inches), given at Westminster, 17 November 11 James I [1613].

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
Dramatic LS to his 'richt traist freind' Sir Patrick Vans of Barnbarroch, 1 page 4to (old repairs to the address side), Stirling, 12 October 1585.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS as James VI of Scotland ('James R' at the foot) to [George Keith, fourth] Earl Marischal, 1 page folio, Holyroodhouse, 28 December 1599.

JAMES I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('James R' at the head) to Alexander Seton (1556-1622), lord chancellor of Scotland, 1 page folio with address-leaf, Theobalds, 12 November 1618.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in French ('Jacques') to Vice-Admiral Comte d'Estrées, 1½ pages 4to with integral address-leaf (seal-tear repaired), London, 24 August 1673.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS in French ('J R') to Comte Lauzun, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Brest, 20 July 1690.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS, in French, to the Pope [Clement XI], 2 pages 4to with blank, uniformly browned all over, St Germain en Laye, 19 February 1698.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
AL ('signed' with a paraph sometimes interpreted as 'J') to his niece Charlotte Fitzroy, Countess of Lichfield, 2 pages 4to, with address-leaf, Edinburgh [1681].

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
AL ('signed' with a paraph sometimes interpreted as 'J') to his niece Charlotte Fitzroy, Countess of Lichfield, 2 pages 4to, London, 19 July 1683.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
AL ('signed' with a paraph sometimes interpreted as 'J') to his niece Charlotte Fitzroy, Countess of Lichfield, 2 pages 4to, London, 27 September [1683].

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., ('James R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, given at Whitehall, 9 February 1684/5 (the third day of his reign in England).

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('.J.') to his niece, Charlotte Fitzroy, illegitimate daughter of Charles II, 2 pages 4to with address-leaf and red wax seal, Winchester, 13 September [1683].

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('.J.') [to his niece, Charlotte Fitzroy, illegitimate daughter of Charles II], 2 pages 4to with integral blank leaf, London, 4 December [1683].

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
LS, addressed at the foot to Lord Ranelagh, 1 page folio with endorsement and second leaf (old repairs), Windsor 24 July 1686.

JAMES II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('James R' at the head), 1 page oblong folio on vellum, (lacking papered seal), Whitehall, 2 August 1685, the first year of his short reign.

JAMES FRANCIS EDWARD STUART (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Giacomo R'), in Italian, to his cousin the Prince of Montemiletto, 1 page 4to, separate address wrapper bearing red wax seal, Rome, 4 February 1725.

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir William Jackson] Hooker, 1 page 8vo, Southampton, 30 August 1867.

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Oswald Crawfurd, 3 pages 8vo, 34 De Vere Gardens, 'Monday a.m.' ['1896'] added in pencil in another hand.

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Santley, 1 page 8vo, 3 Bolton Street, Piccadilly, 7 November no year

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Lawrence, 4 pages 8vo, 3 Bolton Street, but on United Service Club paper altered to 'Athenaeum' by James in ink, 'Sunday noon', no date

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [George H.] Boughton, 2 pages 8vo, 34 De Vere Gardens, 5 March 1897.

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Holland, 3½ pages 8vo with the envelope front, 3 Bolton Street, 1 April, postmark 1884.

JAMES, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Rose [unidentified], 4 pages 8vo, 3 Bolton Street (on Reform Club paper), no date

JAMES, Montague Rhodes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Talbot Rice, 1 page 8vo (trimmed, traces of former mounting on the back), The Lodge, Eton College, 3 February 1919.

JAMES, Montague Rhodes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Poole, 3½ pages 8vo, County Family Hotel, Salisbury, 21 July, no year

JAMES, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Jerdan, 2 pages 8vo, red wax seal, 12 Chapel Fields, Lambeth, 6 June 1826.

JAMESON, (Margaret) Storm (This is a link to the full description)
Five TLsS to the author and novelist Gilbert Phelps, 5 pages small 4to, Clive House, Connaught Square, 27 April - 28 June 1960.

JAPAN (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 5 letters written to Professor Ernest Foxwell of St John's College, Cambridge, 1898 to 1915.

JEKYLL, Gertrude (This is a link to the full description)
Early notebook on colours with one section on gardening matters, ca 50 pages including five pages of watercolours of flags, in limp calf (worn).

JEKYLL, Gertrude (This is a link to the full description)
Illustrated ALS to her life-long friend, the garden writer, William Robinson, 1½ pages 4to (small split in fold), Munstead Wood, 11 october 1924.

JEKYLL, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Sarah] Siddons, 1 page 8vo, endorsed by Mrs Siddons on verso, (partially laid down), Spring Garden, 15 July 1815.

JELLICOE, J R, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to [Vice-Admiral Sir (Arthur) Thomas] Pridham, in all 4 pages 8vo (traces of mounting on the reverse), St Lawrence Hall, Isle of Wight, 1934.

JELLICOE, J.R., 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscriptions ('with compliments / Jellicoe / AF') on a sheet of blue writing paper from 80 Portland Place (trimmed).

JELLICOE, J R, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph salutation to Captain Dicker, 1 page 4to with envelope, HMS Iron Duke, 28 February 1916.

JENKINS, Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to L. Bolton, 1 page 4to with envelope, 12 Arundel Place, 24 July 1912.

JENNER, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to his close friend T[homas] Pruen in Cheltenham, 3 pages 4to with address-leaf, Berkeley, 15 March 1813.

JENNER, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion and signature from an ALS to Sir Thomas Bernard (1750-1 July 1818 philanthropist), most of 1 page 4to with address on the reverse, 3 June 1818.

JENNER, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Fine clear signature ('Edw. Jenner') on a small piece cut from a letter (a few words on the reverse), light tipped to another piece.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Chesnell, 1 page 8vo (laid down and slightly trimmed at the foot), 63 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, 25 February 1874.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Fox, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, 18 Harley Street, 27 February 1868.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Neale, 1 page 8vo (browning), 63 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, 9 February 1878.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph prescription, signed with monogram, 1 page 8vo (trimmed and laid down on an album leaf), 14 July 1876.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on paper, with good margins.

JENNER, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, subscription and several words from the foot of a letter on black-edged paper, no date

JEROME, Jerome K. (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of letters to Carl Hentschel, 13½ pages 8vo with one envelope, England and Germany, and ephemera.

JESSOP, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to McClure, 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, Scarning Rectory, East Dereham, 28 February 1895.

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lichtenberg, 1 page 8vo, no place, 23 October 1880. With a full translation.

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ANS ('J.J.') 1 page 8vo, 23 Queen Street, 'May:Fair', no date (a little worn at the edges).

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir Arthur'), 1 page 8vo, Campden Hill, 21 March no year

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Berlin, 30 January 1898.

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars for solo violin in G minor, marked 'Allegro', on his headed card, dated 1 August 1904. 90 x 114 mm. (3½ x 4½ inches).

JOACHIM, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Printed admission ticket for the Königliche akademische Hochschule für Musik, summer term 1899, completed and signed by Joachim.

JOAD, Cyril Edwin Mitchinson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and TLS to Eric Simons, 1 page 8vo and 1 page 4to (torn), on writing-paper of The Humanist and Hampstead, 'Saturday' no date and 24 May 1921.

JOFFRE, Joseph Jacques Césaire (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Ch. Buhring & Co., 2 pages 8vo on his official engraved paper, Paris, 26 April 1895.

JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript entitled 'Fragment of an Autobiography VII', 1 page 4to, signed at the foot. In a marbled-board folder.

JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('John') and autograph address ('39 Southampton St / Fitzroy Sq / W') on small slip of paper, ca 90 x 115 mm (3½ x 4½ inches).

JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Maurice Cosner, 1 page 8vo, 14 Percy Street, 24 October 1950. With a draft of the reply in pencil on the reverse.

JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink dated 9 April 1929 on a page below a magazine picture of himself in military uniform (slight damage at the edges not affecting the text).

JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a complete sheet of John's writing-paper (33 Tite Street), dated 1944.

[JOHN, Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Small archive relating to the funeral and unveiling of the Augustus John memorial in Fordingbridge, Hampshire.

JOHNS, William Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Typescript (carbon) of an article The Road to Timbuctoo with one ink deletion which might be authorial, 6 pages 4to on separate leaves.

JOHNS, William Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Christopher', 1 page 8vo (oblong), the new address in Hampton Court stamped over the previous address, 22 June 1953.

JOHNS, William Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Bill Johns') to Fred [almost certainly Fred Bason], 1 page 8vo (oblong), Pitchroy Lodge, Grantown-on-Spey, 4 July, no year

JOHNSON, Amy (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small slip of paper, possibly cut from a letter, ca 40 x 110 mm (1½ x 4½ inches).

JOHNSTON, Alexander Keith, the elder (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3½ pages 4to, 19 Great Cumberland Place, 31 January 1823.

JOHNSTON, Sir Harry Hamilton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Atkinson of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 3 pages 8vo, Saint Margaret's Mansions, 28 September no year

JOHNSTONE, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Charles] Matthews (1776-1835, comedian), 1 page 8vo (trimmed), no place, no date, together with a small engraving showing Johnstone as Apollo.

JOMARD, Edme François (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Lady Rodd-Rennell, 2½ pages 8vo with integral address-leaf (seal tear), Paris, 6 June 1859.

JONES, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to David Finch, 1st Earl of Nottingham, 2 pages 4to, no place, no date

JONES, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
Sizeable Autograph Music Quotation Signed, the first fifteen bars of the opening of the slow movement of his String Quartet of 1957, inscribed to Hans Roest.

JOSEPH II (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Joseph' with paraph) to Professor Forster, 1 page 4to with integral blank (lightly tipped down), Vienna, 27 February 1787.

JOSEPH II (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Joseph' with paraph) to Professor Forster, 1 page 4to with integral blank (lightly tipped down), Vienna, 3 October 1787.

JOSEPHINE, Empress (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S., ('joséphine'), 1 page 4to with integral blank, Navarre (Eure), 27 January 1811.

JOUBERT, Petrus Jacobus (Piet) (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., in Afrikaans, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper, Upper Tugela, 30 January 1900. With a translation.

JOULE, James Prescott (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William] Thomson (later Baron Kelvin), 4 pages 8vo, 5 Cliff Point, Higher Broughton, Manchester, 27 May 1870.

JOURNAL LETTERS (This is a link to the full description)
Copies of the journal letters of Harry Fox, 28 pages 8vo, from 23 July to 14 August 1888, with an envelope addressed to C D Fox in New Zealand.

JOWETT, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William] Rogers (1819-1896, educational reformer and chaplain to the Queen), 3 pages 8vo (small tear), on black-edged paper, no place, undated.

JOWETT, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo, Oxford, 6 July no year

JOWETT, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Stanley, 1 page 8vo (remains of former mounting on the reverse), on embossed writing-paper of Balliol College, 14 May no year

JOWETT, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Balliol College, 27 January 1874.

JOWETT, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Group of Four ALsS to various correspondents, 11 pages 8vo, 1864, 1882 & 1890 where dated

JUKES, Joseph Beete (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Wood, 4 pages 8vo (inlaid in a mount, with the envelope-front), Geological Survey of Ireland, Dublin, 23 July 1861.

JUNG, Carl Gustav (This is a link to the full description)
Fine TLS in English, with autograph corrections, to Patrick Evans, 2 pages 4to (separate sheets), Zurich, 1 September 1956.

JUVENILIA (This is a link to the full description)
Charming collection of Alice Parker, including a tale of blood and thunder entitled Colonel Sahaufren written for her father's birthday, 1896.

JUXON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Signed title page of Mount Calvarie, The Second Part, together with the table of contents page, 8vo, London, 1597.

JUXON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Guil: London') with autograph insertion, ½-page folio, (small tears at edge), London House, 28 December 1636. From the Rawlins Collection.

JUXON, William (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Guil: London') as Bishop of London and Lord Treasurer, to the Auditor of the Counties of Somerset & Dorset, 1 page folio, London House, 7 March 1637/8

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KAFFIR WARS (This is a link to the full description)
LS from Henry Elliot, the name of the recipient excised, 1 page 4to, Office for Military Boards, 2 November 1855.

KAI-SHEK, Madame Chiang (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Mayline Soong Chiang') to Yui, 1 page 4to on writing-paper of the Headquarters of the Generalissimo, Nanking, with embossed sun, 25 September no year

KANE, Sir Robert John (This is a link to the full description)
Biographical form filled in and signed by Kane, 1 page 4to, undated.

KARAJAN, Herbert von (This is a link to the full description)
Sketch (reproduction) of Karjan conducting, signed in blue ink, 205 x 147 mm. (ca 8 x 6 inches, extensive traces of mounting on the reverse only).

KARAJAN, Herbert von (This is a link to the full description)
TLS in German to Boosey ('Boosie') & Hawkes, music publishers, 1 page 4to, Vienna, 22 June 1948. With extensive annotations in pencil by the recipients.

KARG-ELERT, Sigfrid (This is a link to the full description)
Two lengthy TLsS (signed on his behalf) to Novello's, 3½ page 4to, Leipzig, 23 March and 20 April 1909.

KASTNER, Erich (This is a link to the full description)
Brief autograph sentiment signed with best wishes, dated at Munich October 1966, 1 page 8vo (oblong, two slight vertical creases).

KEAN, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission signed, admitting two to the boxes for Othello at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 21 January 1820.

KEAN, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to Othello at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, signed in ink by Kean, 21 January 1820.

KEBLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Leigh, 1½ pages 16mo on blue paper, Otterbourn, 27 February 1854.

KEBLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Lowe, 3 pages 12mo, Hursley Vicarage, 19 July 1861.

KEBLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Heathcote, 4 pages 16mo, H[ursley] V[icarage], 17 November 1854.

KEBLE, John & PUSEY, Edward Bouverie (This is a link to the full description)
An ALS from each, both 1 page 12mo, Keble's letter from Hursley, 17 September 1865, Pusey's with no place, no date. Rather distressed overall.

KEITH, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Two related ALsS, to Legg and Wakeley of King's College, 2 pages 4to, Royal College of Surgeons, February & March 1927.

KEITH, George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Erskine, ½-page 4to, (trimmed, tear at left margin), no place, 'Sunday', no date

KEITH, George Skene (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Chalmers, (1742-1825, Scottish antiquary and historian), 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Aberdeen, 4 December 1800.

KELLER, Helen Adams (This is a link to the full description)
First edition of her Midstream: My Later Life with a signed pencilled dedication to Captain Claret on the first blank, October 1929 (spine rubbed).

KELLER, Helen Adams (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy and flamboyant TLS to Captain Frank H Claret aboard the S.S. Minnewaska, 2½ pages 4to with envelope, 93 Seminole Avenue, Forest Hills, 25 October 1929.

KELTIE, Sir John Scott (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Innisson, 2 facing pages 8vo (some foxing) on elaborate writing paper of the Sheringham Hotel, Norfolk, 28 August 1904.

KELVIN, William Thomson, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('W. Thomson') to Sir Edward [?Reed], 1 page 8vo, The University, Glasgow, 25 March 1886.

KEMBLE, Adelaide (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Adelaide Sartoris') to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo, Eaton Place, Monday, no year

KEMBLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wilson, 1 page 4to (traces of former mounting on the left-hand edge), no place, 8 July 1819.

KEMBLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to D[ominic Paul] Colnaghi, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, C[ovent] G[arden] Theatre, 9 April 1823.

KEMBLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (traces of mounting), T[heatre] R[oyal] C[ovent] G[arden], 16 February 1831.

KEMBLE, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to ?Ronit, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (lower portion tornaway), Monday, 22 August no year

[KEMBLE, John Mitchell] (This is a link to the full description)
Facsimile copy of an ALS to J W Donaldson at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1 page 4to with an autograph address-leaf, signed with initials, 22 March 1839.

KEMBLE, Priscilla (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Honorable ?Le Grand Phipps, 1½ pages 12mo, neatly inlaid, Great Russell Street, 'Saturday October 13' no year

KEMPENFELT, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain Marshall of HMS Emerald in Gosport, 1 page 4to with address-leaf (very weak and split in the fold), Greek Street, Soho, 12 January no year

KEMPT, General Sir James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Colonel (later General) [Sir Charles] Pasley (1780-1861, military engineer), 2 pages 8vo (lacking the blank leaf), 32 South Street, 30 July 1838.

KENDAL, Madge and William Hunter (This is a link to the full description)
Small collection of 4 ALsS (three on postcards) from Madge Kendal and an ALS from W H Kendal, all to Mrs Alec Tweedie, 1914-1935, where dated.

KENDRICK, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to T[homas] J[oseph] Pettigrew (1791-1865, surgeon and antiquary), 4 pages 8vo, Warrington (vignette of the 'Travellers' Rest'), 27 January 1860.

KENNEDY, Geoffrey Anketell Studdart (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (' G.A. Studdert Kennedy / Woodbine Willie') to J Ellis Wells, 1 page 4to (oblong), Industrial Christian Fellowship, 13 January 1926.

KENNEDY, Joseph Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on the cover of a 4-page menu card for a dinner in honour of the Rt Honourable Malcolm MacDonald, at this time Secretary of State for Colonies.

KENNEY, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the actor, Robert William Elliston at the Drury Lane Theatre, 1½ pages 4to with integral address-leaf, Versailles, 20 October 1824.

KENNEY, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Grant at the Theatre, Blandford, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf (seal tear, ragged upper edge, text unaffected), London, 6 June 1811.

KENT, E.A., Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Mrs Vesey, 4 pages 4to, 11 August 1813

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS to George Canning, 2 pages 8vo (glue-stain to margin of second side), Kensington Palace, 25 April 1818.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Two fine long LsS to Mrs Fielding, 11 pages 8vo, Kensington Palace, 20 and 25 May 1819.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Mrs Vesey, 6 pages 4to some wear to the third sheet and traces of former mounting, Kensington Palace, 14 June 1813.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Mrs Vesey at Hampton Court, 4½ pages 4to with autograph address-leaf with seal (traces of old mount), Kensington Palace, 4 August 1812.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Kirkland, 2 pages 8vo (the first page rather dust-soiled), Brussels, 28 February 1818.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to David S. Curling, 2 pages 8vo, Kensington Palace, 29 June 1816.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Mrs Vesey at [Hampton Court] Pavilion, 3 pages 8vo, Kensington Palace, 1 October 1814.

KENT, Edward Augustus, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Edward') to Mrs Vesey, 2 pages 8vo (a little trimmed, not affecting the text), Kensington Palace, 3 November 1819.

KENT, George Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALs (third person) to Messrs Hugh Rees, 3 pages 4to (one page rather soiled), 18 Seeptember and 29 October 1921.

KENT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Wm Kent') to the Treasury Commissioners, 1 page 4to, (trace of mount, small tears at the edges professionally repaired), Whitehall, 30 May 1738.

KENTNER, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, ca 110 x 170 mm (4½ x 6½ inches) beside a newspaper photograph of the pianist seated at the keyboard.

KENYON, Lloyd, First Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Part of an Autograph opinion Signed, appended to written questions, 1 page folio (oblong), Lincolns Inn Fields, 12 March 1784.

KENYON, Lloyd, First Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Lord', 1 page 4to (small piece torn from the upper left-hand corner, not affecting the text), no place, 29 November [1798].

KEPPEL, Augustus, first Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Lord Shuldham, Vice-admiral of the White, 1 page folio (a little worn), Victory, St Helens Road [Portsmouth], 2 July 1778.

KEROUALLE, Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('La duchesse de Portsmouth') in French to 'Monsieur le grand Tresoryer' [Sir Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby and Lord High Treasurer], 2 pages 4to.

KEROUALLE, Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French ('L. Duchesse de Portsmouth') to 'Mon Seigneur' (?the Duke of Orléans), 3 pages 4to, endorsed at head, no place, no date [about 1717].

KERR, Mark (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 8 TLsS to MacDonald, in all 7 pages 8vo and 1 page 4to (pin-hole marks in the corner), 13 October 1934 to 23 May 1935.

KES, Willem (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to an unnamed correspondent, 3½ pages 8vo, 25 Carnarvon Street and writing paper of the Scottish Orchestra, Glasgow, 28 January and 2 February 1897.

KEY, Charles Aston (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, no place, no date

KEYES, Roger John Brownlow, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Vice-admiral Sir (Arthur) Thomas] Pridham, 3 pages 8vo (glued together at the top, traces of mounting on the back), House of Commons, 3 April 1935.

KEYES, Roger John Brownlow, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Mayor of Colchester, 1 page 4to (filing holes), Admiralty House, Portsmouth, 13 September 1930.

KEYES, Roger John Brownlow, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph by J. Russell & Sons, showing the admiral in three-quarter pose wearing full dress uniform.

KEYNES, Sir Geoffrey Langdon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in characteristic brown ink to Lady Gatty, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 11 Arwright Road, 25 December 1946.

KEYNES, Sir Geoffrey Langdon (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Ashford, 2 pages 4to on writing-paper of The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 27 September 1964.

KIENZL, Wilhelm (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed ('Dr Wilh. Krienzl'), 1 page 8vo (oblong), Bad Aussee, 31 July 1935.

KIMBERLEY, John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS headed 'Private', to Lord Reay, discussing the 'Ilbert Bill' and the Zulu king, Cetewayo, 8 pages 8vo, 10 October 1883.

KING, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Peake, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal (pin holes in the margin), no place, 12 December 1799.

KINGSFORD-Smith, Sir Charles Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, Eversley Rectory, Winchfield, 26 October 1869.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note Signed to an unnamed correspondent ('Madam'), ½-page 8vo, Chester, 29 July 1870.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Williams, 1 page 8vo, Bideford, 3 November 1854.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Eversley, 'Tuesday', no date

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Cowley', 2 pages 8vo (facing), Eversley Rectory, Saturday 22 August no year

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (some stains and traces of mounting), Eversley Rectory, 27 July 1861.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to evidently to his publisher or a bookseller, 2 pages 8vo, Eversley Rectory, 26 August 1850.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Jameson, 2 pages 16mo (a few small stains), Farley Court, Swallowfield, Reading, 3 March 1856.

KINGSLEY, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page small 8vo, Eversley Rectory, Winchfield (blind stamp), 10 August 1870.

KINGSTON, Evelyn Pierrepont, Second Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Kingston'), 3 pages folio with contemporary docket, 11 December 1738.

KINKEL, Gottfried (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 1 page 8vo, 5 January 1872 (with a translation).

KINKEL, Gottfried (This is a link to the full description)
Brief autograph aphorism signed, in English, 1 page 12mo (traces of mounting), 14 December 1856.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Trotter, 1 page 4to, Bateman's, Burwash, 6 June 1903.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr King, 1 page 8vo, no place, Sunday, no date

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bennett, 1 page 8vo (a little worn and creased), Bateman's, Burwash, 29 August 1923.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bird, 1½ pages 8vo, Bateman's, Burwash, 27 April 1914.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to Oswald Crawfurd (presumably the writer and diplomat, [pseud. John Dangerfield], 1834-1909), 1 page 8vo, Arundell House, Tisbury, 15 June 1894.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 1 page 8vo, 15 Villiers Street, Strand, 'Monday' no date

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Miss Clarisse Pasco, 1 page 4to (evidence of former mounting on the back), Bateman's Burwash, Sussex, 31 October 1903.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [George Earle] Buckle (1854-1935, editor and biographer), 1 page 8vo (a couple of small stains), Bateman's, Burwash, Sussex, 22 December 1920.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Allhusen, 1 page 8vo (a little foxed), Rottingdean, 7 December 1897.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
The Royal edition of Kipling's The Absent Minded Beggar, paper covers (soiled) tied with red, white, and blue ribbon [1899].

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature in ink on his grey writing paper, evidently from the foot of a letter, no date

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early ALS to a publisher, 1½ pages large 8vo (lightly tipped to the remains of an album leaf), The Dunmore, New York, 21 March 1893.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
A pair of unusually large and bold signatures, both dated 6 March 1913 on the reverse of a sheet of writing paper from the Luxor Winter Palace, Luxor.

KIPLING, Rudyard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Rudyard Kipling') on a small slip perhaps cut from a letter, no date

KISLING, Moise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, to M. Vauxcelles, 1 page 4to, Paris, 3 June 1917, with a translation.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Pass Signed, on a slip of paper ca 70 x 200 mm (2½ x 8 inches), laid down on an album leaf with a portrait and explanatory note, 16 October 1883.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener') to 'Dear Joe', 2 pages 8vo, Glen Muick, Ballater, 7 July ['1899'].

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener') to Lady Playfair, 2 pages 8vo (reproduction photograph of Kitchener attached to the blank leaf), Bauchory, 12 August no year

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 7 ALsS with 6 ALsS of his Aide-de-Camp Captain O.A.G. FitzGerald and one of Captain Learmouth of his staff, in all 33 pages 8vo and 9 pages 4to,

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page 4to (soiled, traces of tape at the top), on embossed writing paper of the War Office, 16 October 1914.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Egerton, 3 pages 8vo, Sirdarieh, Cairo, 7 October no year

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Charles [Beresford], 4 pages 8vo (soiled with one rather crude repair), Sirdarieh, Cairo, 17 October no year

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2½ pages folio, partially printed and completed by hand, Cairo, 2 November 1896.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
Two fine ALsS to Major-General Bayly, 4 pages 4to with envelopes, as Commander in Chief in India, Simla, 17 and 18 October 1908.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener of Khartoum') to a fellow freemason ('Dear Sir & Brother'), 2 pages 8vo, 17 Belgrave Square, 12 November no year

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener') to Codrington, 1 page 8vo, Whitehall Court '30th' no date, endorsed as answered 2 September 1911.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener') to Lady Talbot, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, Whitehall Court, 20 July no year [?1911].

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Kitchener') to the chief ordnance officer of royal army clothing department, 1 page 4to, British Agency, Cairo, 2 June 1914.

KITCHENER, Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Kitchener') to Lady Minto, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Wildflower Hall (on paper of the commander-in-chief in India), 'Sunday', no date

KLEMPERER, Otto (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars from Zuleika's song (words by Goethe), 92 x 142 mm. (3½ x 5½ inches), inscribed and dated Hamburg, 19 June 1917.

KNELLER, Sir Godfrey (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('G Kneller'), 1 page folio, partly printed and completed by hand, 15 September 1707.

KNELLER, Sir Godfrey (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Receipt Signed ('G Kneller') 1 page 8vo (oblong), 1 April 1714.

KNIGHT, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Peter] Cunningham, 2 pages 8vo, 39 Albion Street, Broadstairs, 9 September 1851.

KNOWLES, James Sheridan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James Thomson, 1 page 4to, laid down on an album leaf with the envelope-front, no place, 17 October 1841.

KNIGHT, Dame Laura (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small piece, mounted on the remains of an album leaf, no date

KNILL, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Lee, 3 pages 16mo, Chester, 21 November 1849.

KNOLLYS, Francis, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed artist, 1 page 8vo, Marlborough House, 19 October 1898.

KNOWLES, James Sheridan (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to the novelist John Galt (1779-1839), 2½ pages folio (seal tear) with integral address-leaf, no place (postmarked Glasgow, 8 December 1823).

KNOX, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed colleague ('My dear sir'), 4 pages 8vo, Edin[burgh], 'Monday 9 Oct' no year

KODALY, Zoltán (This is a link to the full description)
Souvenir menu of a dinner given at the Mansion House, London, 27 June 1947, 8 pages 4to, signed on the reverse in pencil by Kodaly and Harriet Cohen.

KOKOSCHKA, Oskar (This is a link to the full description)
Picture postcard of his painting Die Küste bei Dover, rather creased and worn, signed in ink, no date

KORAIS, Adamantios (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in Greek, to Phrankiadis, written on a scrap of what appears to be another letter, ca 75 x 180 mm (3 x 7 inches), no place, 30 October 1826.

KORNGOLD, Erich Wolfgang (This is a link to the full description)
Caricature of Korngold in Pencil (head only), signed 'Tabor' and signed in pencil by the composer beneath the image, no date

KOUSSEVITZKY, Serge (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a concert in the Symphony Hall, Boston, 1934/35 season, signed by Koussevitzky in ink across an inner page (some folding at the edges).

KOUSSEVITZKY, Serge (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized reproduction of a portrait of Koussevitzky, bodly signed in ink in the lower white margin, no date

KRENEK, Ernst (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars on two staves incorporating the notes of a twelve-tone motif, 92 x 160 mm. (ca 3½ x 6¼ inches), undated.

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LABLACHE, Luigi (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page 4to, partly printed, with manuscript insertions, Paris, 31 December 1838.

LADD, Alan (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to 'Dear Joan', 1 page 8vo on writing paper of the Dorchester Hotel, London, [1953]; together with two TLsS of Norman Siegel.

LAFAYETTE, Marie Joseph, Marquis de (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent ('Chére Amie'), 1 page 4to (trimmed), 'la grange 11 Novemb.' no year

LAFAYETTE, Marie Joseph, Marquis de (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS ('Lafayette'), in French, to General de Marcay, 1 page 4to with integral postmarked address-leaf, La Grange, 20 October 1826.

LAFAYETTE, Marie Joseph, Marquis de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monsieur [Nicolas-Jean Baptiste] Tripier, ½-page 4to with integral address-leaf and remains of red wax seal, La grange, 27 May 1817.

THE ARCHIVE OF FRANK LAFFITTE (This is a link to the full description)
An extensive correspondence of the Anglo-French pianist Frank (Francis) Laffitte.

LAMARTINE, Alphonse (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Lamartine') to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 1 page 8vo, Paris, 1 May 1857.

LAMB, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('from C. Lamb') in the lower left-hand corner of part of an autograph address-leaf, addressed to the Editor of Blackwood's Magazine.

LAMB, Henry Taylor (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Stephen Tallents, 1 page 4to, 3 Vale Hotel Studios, Hampstead, 2 Mar 1921.

LAMBERT, Constant (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature in ink, dated 1944, on paper mounted on an album leaf.

LAMOND, Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature in ink on paper.

LANCHESTER, Elsa (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

LANDOR, Walter Savage (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear ?Ravenshaw, 1 page 8vo (laid down), dated in another hand as received on 19 August 1846.

LANDOR, Walter Savage (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Bath, 31 May 1855.

LANDOR, Walter Savage (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a Mr Carbonel, evidently in Florence, 1 page 16mo with address-leaf, no date

LANDOR, Walter Savage (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs West, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

LANDSEER, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Cubitt MP, 1 page 8vo, Royal Academy (but on Athenaeum writing-paper), 2 May no year

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to view Landseer's collection of pictures at 50 Pall Mall, 60 x 90 mm. (2½ x 3½ inches), signed in ink by Landseer, 17 June 1847.

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 17 ALsS to Henry Atkinson, and 1 to his father William Atkinson, 3 pages 4to, 20 pages 8vo, 6 pages 16mo, various places, 1836-1841.

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Brief, but large, autograph note signed to Mr or Mrs Cubitt, 1 page 4to with autograph and franked address on the reverse, 30 April 1851.

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Cheney, 1 page 8vo with integral blank and remnant of a black wax seal at the top, 11 July 1854.

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature and salutation dated 13 November 1852, on 1 page 8vo.

LANG, Andrew (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALS to Mr Steel, 3 pages 8vo (a little soiled), 1 Marloes Road, 24 and 31 May, no year

LANG, Andrew (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Butcher, 2¼ pages 8vo, 8 Gibson Place [St Andrews?], 16 November no year

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
Fine postcard-sized photograph, head and shoulders, in profile with her wavy hair held back in a comb, a diaphanous collar framing her face [postmark 1905].

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lillie de Bathe') to [A J] D'Albani, 2 pages 4to, Cornwall Lodge, Allsop Place,Regents Park, 18 March no year [?ca 1914].

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lillie de Bathe') to 'My dear Louis', 2 pages large 4to (10½ x 8½ inches a little worn in the folds), Le Lys, Monaco, 12 February no year

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lillie de Bathe') to A J D'Albani in Dieppe, 2 pages small 4to on black-edged paper with envelope, Le Lys, Monaco, 21 July, postmark 1927.

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in blue ink on a pink 8vo album leaf (oblong).

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lillie Langtry') to Mr Holles, 1 page small 4to with integral blank leaf , Carlton Hotel, Pall Mall, no date

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H.J. Ford of The Chronicle-Telegraph in Pittsburgh, 2 pages 4to with envelope, The Alvin Theatre, Pittsburgh, postmarked 15 February 1903.

LANGTRY, Emilie Charlotte, 'Lillie' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Stephenson, 2 pages 4to on blue-edged writing paper, 15 Tedworth Square, 5 December no year

LANKESTER, Sir Edwin Ray (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Pollock, 4 pages 8vo, (traces of former mounting, some staining on the last page), 42 Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, 6 November, no year

LANKESTER, Sir Edwin Ray (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Freelove, 2 pages 8vo, Chinehead, Westcliffe Road, Bournemouth, 17 August 1918.

LANKESTER, Sir Edwin Ray (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of eight ALsS to Mrs Lucy Clifford (née Lane, 1846-1929, writer), 33 pages 8vo with two envelopes, 1905-?1927.

LANKESTER, Sir Edwin Ray (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ethel [Clifford], 2 pages 8vo, 11 Wellington Mansions, North Bank, 26 January no year

LANSDOWNE, Henry C K Petty-Fitzmaurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Reay [Donald James Mackay, 11th Baron Reay (1839-1921)], 4 pages 8vo, Quebec, 5 June 1884.

LARKIN, Philip (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to L.W. Kingsland, his former English master at King Henry VIII School, 1 page folio, University of Hull, Brynmor Jones Library, 13 January 1972.

LARKIN, Philip (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('P.A. Larkin') to Alan Denson, 1 page large 4to (A4) with envelope, University of Hull, Brynmor Jones Library, 10 April 1972.

LASCELLES, Sir Alan Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [A.L.] Ball, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of Buckingham Palace (note of identification at the head), 23 October 1951.

LAUD, William (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('W: Cant:'), 1 page folio with embossed seal, (some small holes repaired, remains of mount), Whitehall, 8 June 1635.

LAUDER, Sir Harry (MacLennan) (This is a link to the full description)
Self-caricature Signed and dated 1929, on an album leaf, a little cockled, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

LAUDER, Sir Harry (MacLennan) (This is a link to the full description)
Self-caricature in ink, signed beneath. A hastily drawn picture with his characteristic tam-o-shanter and pipe.

LAUREL, Stan & HARDY, Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of both, in ink, on a piece cut from writing-paper of the Waldorf-Astoria, New York, no date

LAVATER, Johann Kaspar (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment signed with initial ('L') at the foot, in French, within an engraved and decorated border, dated 20 August 1792.

LAW, Andrew Bonar (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Norman Wrightson, 1 page 4to, Pembroke Lodge, Edwardes Square, Kensington, 11 March 1913.

LAW, Andrew Bonar (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed in ink in the lower border.

LAWRENCE, D.H. (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Poem Signed, entitled 'Eden', in a copy of his Love Poems and Others, (Roberts A3. 1913), probably written early in 1917.

LAWRENCE, D.H. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (pencil, initials) in German on a postcard to [Baroness Anna von] Richtofen, his mother-in-law, Le Lavandu [8 October 1928].

LAWRENCE, Frieda (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS ('Frieda' and 'F') to a friend ('Dear Grace'), 4 pages small 4to on monogrammed paper, Kingsley Hotel, Hart Street etc., ca 1930-1932.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T E Lawrence') [to Lloyd's Bank], 1 page 8vo (nicked in the folds, paper clip mark at head, recipient's stamp) on Colonial Office writing paper.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T E Shaw') to [John G] Wilson, Manager of Bumpus Bookshop, 1 page 4to (slight foxing), Plymouth, 8 February 1933.

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Davies, 1 page 8vo (note of itentification at the head), 'Friday' no date

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Two exceptionally fine and revealing ALsS ('T E Shaw') to B[ill] B[ugg], in all 4 pages folio, East Cowes, Isle of Wight and Southampton, 18 & 30 July 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Engine test sheets, signed at the end 'T.E. Shaw A/C', 3 pages folio on separate leaves with filing holes in the margins, dated 11 September 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed ('J.H. Ross'), drawn on Martin's bank in favour of Alfred Imhof Ltd for £10, on a blue printed form, dated 11 July 1929.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.E. Shaw') to General Sir Neill Malcolm, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 14 Barton Street, Westminster, 21 September 1929.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T E Shaw') to Dorothy [Chamberlain], 1 page small 4to on light-brown deckled paper with (blank) envelope, M[otor] Y[acht] Varis, 19 September 1934.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque, signed ('J.H. Ross'), payable to John Bartholomew & Son Ltd for £65, 6 October 1926.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('T E Shaw A/c 338171'), 1 page 4to (small nibble from upper right hand corner, and light soiling), Hythe, Hampshire, 5 October 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('TE Shaw') to Flight Lieutenant W.E.G. Beauforte-Greenwood, 2 pages 4to, Hythe, 15 January 1932.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Important and significant ALS ('T.E. Shaw') to Mordaunt, 2 pages folio (a little dust-soiled and worn in the folds), Felixstowe, 12 November 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.E.S.'), to Wing Commander T.B. Marson, 1 page 4to with envelope (apparently in another hand), Plymouth, 19 November 1932.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.E.S.') to Flight Sergeant A.E. Clarke, 1 page 4to (slightly rumpled), 3 April 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.E.Shaw') to Flight Sergeant Clarke, 1 page 4to with envelope, 119 Clarence Road, East Cowes, 21 May 1933.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph notes on folio sheet of embossed official paper, headed 'Record of Inspection of Parts / Checking List Section / Defects found', undated.

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the bishop of Limerick, 1 page 8vo, Russell Square, 14 April [1826] (contemporary endorsement giving the year.

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Series of five ALsS to Horace Twiss (1787-1849, lawyer and politician), 12 pages 8vo, Russell Square etc., 1828 where dated, but one on paper with watermark. 1811.

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his friend Joseph Farington (1747-1821, landscape painter and diarist), 3 pages 8vo (seal tear in second leaf and remains of mount on verso).

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ['T.E.S.' twice] to [Bertram] Thomas, 1 page folio (foolscap) in pencil with a postscript in ink, 14 August 1931.

LAWRENCE, T.E. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('T.E. Shaw') to B[ertram] T[homas], 1 page 4to with envelope, Myrtle Cottage, Hythe, Southampton, 21 November 1931.

LAWS, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Anderson, 1 page 8vo on flimsy paper (traces of tape mounting at the corners), Overtoun Missionary Institution, Nyasaland, 6 July 1916.

LAWSON, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Moore, 1 page 8vo, 34 Princes Mansions, St James' Road, 17 April 1902.

LAYARD, Sir Austen Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Lord Reay, 3½ pages 8vo on thinly black-edged paper, Venice, 6 October 1888.

LAYARD, Sir Austen Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Robert] Cook, John Murray's assistant, 1 page 8vo, 130 Piccadilly, 'Friday', no date

LAYARD, Sir Austen Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Holland (Saba, wife of the physician Sir Henry Holland), 2 pages 8vo, 130 Piccadilly, 15 December 1864.

LAYARD, Sir Austen Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Parkes, 1 page 8vo, 180 Piccadilly, 24 June 1857.

LAYE, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS to Gwynne Hughes, 2 pages 8vo, embossed monogram, Strand Theatre, 14 and 15 November 1972.

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Ford, 2 pages 8vo (very slight age-toning to first page), 15 Stratford Place, 30 June 1865.

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS with a thumbnail sketch to Charley [Beadon], 2 page 8vo (the first a little dust-soiled), Villa Tennyson, Sanremo, 11 March 1884.

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Illustrated ALS to Mrs Beadon, 2 pages 16mo, with three sketches on the second leaf (lower portion removed, small tear in first page repaired), no place, no date

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Decie, 2 pages 8vo, 15 Stratford Place, Oxford Street, 24 October 1865.

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Beadon, 3 pages 8vo (some weakness in the folds professionally repaired), 8 Duchess Street, Portland Place, 13 September 1895.

LEAR, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Frederick W.] Gibbs, former tutor to the Prince of Wales, 3 pages 8vo, Pension Major, Serrabassa, Abetone, Pistojese, Italy, 24 August 1883.

LE BLOND, Elizabeth Alice, Mrs Aubrey (This is a link to the full description)
Group of 11 letters to F J P Richter, in all 2 pages 4to, 6 pages 8vo and 9 postcards, 87 Victoria Street, 11 December 1926 to 3 February 1927.

LE CARRÉ, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ball-point pen cut from the top of a deckle-edged card.

LECKY, William Edward Hartpole (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Clarke, 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged writing paper, 38 Onslow Grdens, 15 October 1877.

LECKY, William Edward Hartpole (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 38 Onslow Gardens, 19 January 1902.

LE CORBUSIER (C.-E. Jeanneret-Gris) (This is a link to the full description)
Large bold signature on paper, 150 x 176 mm. (ca. 6 x 7 inches) dated at Paris 13 May 1950.

LEES, Florence Sarah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to R. Wigram, 8 pages 8vo with envelope, The Lindens, St Leonards on Sea, 16 July 1875.

LEE, Laurie (This is a link to the full description)
Typewritten Poem Signed, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper (slightly wrinkled along the right-hand edge), undated.

LEE, Laurie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bennett, 1 page 8vo, Slad Village, Stroud, 8 July 1965.

LEE, Laurie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Laurie) to the writer and broadaster Gilbert Phelps ('Dear Gil') 2 pages 8vo (oblong, a little creased), Slad, Stroud, 17 November 1962.

LEECH, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George ?Hodder ('Dear George'), 1 page 8vo (remains of old mounting on the reverse), 14 January 1845.

LEECH, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Bradbury, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Nottingham, 20 April 1852.

LEFEBVRE, François-Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed, 2 pages folio, Headquarters at Rumelen, 17 fructidor III (3 September 1795).

LE GALLIENNE, Richard Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, no date

LEGGE, James (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph quotation signed, 1 page 8vo (corners missing, evidence of former mounting), no place, no date

LEHAR, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Carl Hentschel, 1 page 8vo with original envelope, 14 January 1909.

LEHAR, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small card, ca 55 x 95 mm (2 x 4 inches).

LEHMANN, Elizabetta Nina Mary (Liza) (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed, a three-quarters view of the singer in a feather-covered cape.

LEHMANN, Lotte (This is a link to the full description)
Programme Signed, on the cover on her photograph; the event was a subscription concert held at the Queen's Hall, Langham Place on the 28th of April [1936].

LEHMANN, Rosamund (This is a link to the full description)
Proof copy of an article written for Postscript with extensive autograph corrections, undated [after 1976].

LEIDER, Frida (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Leider as Brunhilde, signed and inscribed in English to Miss Gordon, Covent Garden, 1934.

OLIVIER, Sir Laurence & LEIGH, Vivien (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of both, in blue ink, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

LEIGH, Vivien (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head only), signed in blue ink across the neck, no date

LEIGH, Vivien (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders, in a broad-brimmed hat), signed in blue ink at the top, no date

LEIGHTON, Frederick, Baron Leighton (This is a link to the full description)
Brief but flamboyant ALS to an unnamed firm ('Gentlemen'), 1 page 8vo with large 'painted' signature, Athenaeum Club (blind stamp), no date

LEIGHTON, Frederick, Baron Leighton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William Powell] Frith, 1 page 8vo, 2 Holland Park Road, no date

LEIGHTON, Frederick, Baron Leighton (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Mrs [Leonora Blanche] Lang (essayist and wife of the poet Andrew Lang), 2¼ pages 8vo with envelope, the Athenaeum, 16 July 1884.

LEITCH, Charlotte Cecilia P (Cecil) (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (full length without golf equipment) signed and dated 1914.

LELAND, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'R[everen]d and D[ea]r S[i]r', 2 pages 8vo, Liverpool, 9 October 1739.

LEMON, Mark (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Francis Fuller, 3 pages 8vo (traces of old mounting on the last page), 31 Bedford S[quare], 26 October 1869.

LENDENFELD, Robert Lendimayr von (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in English to Professor [Thomas George Bond] Howes (1853-1905), 4 pages 8vo, Zoological Institute, Prague, 6 August 1902.

LENER QUARTET (This is a link to the full description)
Programme Signed by all members of the Quartet (Jeno Léner, Joseph Smilovits, Sandor Roth and Imre Hartman).

LENNOX, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page folio (laid down on an album leaf, some soiling), no place 1 January 1805.

LEONCAVALLO, Ruggero (This is a link to the full description)
Long Autograph Letter signed, to his librettist [Edmondo] Corradi. 2pp. 4to. Viareggio, 3 January 1919. With a full translation.

LEONCAVALLO, Ruggero (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and sholders), with an Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars from Pagliacci, dated at Montecatini, 20 June 1912.

LEONCAVALLO, Ruggero (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Doctor Heinrich Steger in Vienna, 2 pages 8vo on facing leaves, with envelope, Hotel Bristol Vienna, 27 May 1897.

LEONCAVALLO, Ruggero (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed addressed to Pedro Gailhard (1848-1918, director of the Paris Opéra), with a message of New Year greetings, Brissago [Switzerland], 30 December 1903.

LEOPOLD I (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Leopold') to [Charles] Grey (2nd Earl, 1764-1845, Prime Minister), 2½ pages 8vo, Marlborough House, 15 July 1831.

LEOPOLD I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum (with the usual folds), with papered seal, Brussels, 12 May 1832.

LEOPOLD I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal, Brussels, 25 October 1854.

LEOPOLD II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal, Brussels, 6 January 1887.

LEOPOLD II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with papered seal, Brussels, 22 July, 1864.

LE QUEUX, William Tuffnell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (note of identification in ink in another hand, rather worn, spike filing hole), Hotel Cecil, Strand, 11 November no year

LESSING, Doris (This is a link to the full description)
2 TLsS and an ALS to Hans Roest, ½ pages 4to, one autograph envelope, Charrington Street, April - November 1966.

LEVER, Charles James (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription clipped from the foot of a letter, mounted below an engraved portrait, no place, no date

LEWIS, Clive Staples (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Jones, 1 page 8vo, Magdalen College, Oxford, 24 July 1948.

LEWIS, Clive Staples (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to the headmaster [of Harrow], 2 pages 8vo closely written, Magdalene College, Cambridge, 6 October 1955.

LEWIS, Clive Staples (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Donald Coggan], the Bishop of Bradford (and later Archbishop of Canterbury), 1 page 8vo, Magdalene College, Cambridge, 4 February 1960.

LEWIS, Clive Staples (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [Dr Neville Julian] Carlile, 1 page oblong on a small slip (stained and soiled), Magdalen College, Oxford, 3 Ap[ril 1946.

LEWIS, Clive Staples (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('C.S. Lewis') to [Herbert] Palmer, 1¼ pages large 4to, Magdalen College, Oxford, 23 January 1950.

LEWIS, Matthew Gregory (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter (rather soiled, mounted), York Buildings, 30 January 1809.

LEWIS, Sir Thomas Frankland, baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Thomas Grenville], 3 pages 8vo (hinged to a mount), London, 4 September ['1827' - endorsement by Grenville].

LIEBIG, Justus von (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Just Liebig') to [Sir Lyon] Playfair (1818-1898, chemist), 2 pages 8vo, Giessen, 10 February 184?1.

LIEBLING, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Duke of Norfolk, 4 pages 8vo, 74 Lancaster Gate, 25 July 1906.

LIGETI, György (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a card to the Greek harpsichordist Lina Lalandi, Hamburg 18 May 1974, with autograph envelope.

LINCOLN, Abraham (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S., 1 page double folio with green paper seal and elaborate vignettes, 1 March 1864, in remarkably fine and clean condition.

LIND, Jenny (This is a link to the full description)
Early LS in German ('Jenny Lind') to the artistic director of the Hoftheater in Stuttgart, 1 page 4to, Frankfurt, 6 ?October 1846. With a translation.

LIND, Jenny (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) as 'Madame Goldschmidt' to Mrs Bolton, 2½ pages 8vo, Oak Lea, Wimbledon Park, 1 February 1871.

LIND, Jenny (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early ALS ('Jenny Lind') in German to Dr Vivanot [in Vienna], 3 pages 8vo, München, 26 October 1846.

LINDBERGH, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Dr Robert M Bartlett at the Plymouth Congregational Church in Lansing, Michigan, 1 page 4to, Scott's Cove, Darien, Connecticut, 4 February 1949.

LINDLEY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (a few small stains), Acton Green, Turnham Green, 'Saturday' no date

LINDLEY, John (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to [Sir Charles Wentworth] Dilke, 4 pages 8vo (slight traces of mounting), Horticultural Society, dated in another hand 1855 and 1856.

LINDSEY, Theophilus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd G[ilbert] Wakefield in Dorchester Goal, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf (detached), London, 14 April 1801.

LINGNER, Karl August (This is a link to the full description)
TLS in German to Octavia Susman in Cannes, 1 page 4to, Dresden, 23 April 1912.

LINNAEUS, Carl (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, in Swedish, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Uppsala, Sweden, 10 October 1757.

LINNELL, John (This is a link to the full description)
Carte-de-visite photograph by Elliott & Fry, mounted, signed in pencil on the mount.

LINNELL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the bookseller James Bohn (1803-1880), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, no place, no date but before Bohn's business failure and move to St James's Street in 1845.

LINTON, Eliza Lynn (This is a link to the full description)
4 ALsS to [Walter] White, in all 11½ pages 8vo, Gower Street and Hayter House, Marlebone Road, 1871 and 1874, where dated

LISTER, Joseph, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Carless, 1 page 8vo on black-edged writing paper of 19 Park Crescent, Portland Place, as from Lyme Regis, 14 May 1895.

LISTER, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Rücker' (evidently a colleague), 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper (traces of mounting on the blank leaf), York House Hotel, Bath, 14 October 1899.

LISTER, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial for William Weir, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (somewhat soiled), 'Stratford, London E' (on writing paper of Upton House), 10 September 1864.

LISTER, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Engraved certificate confirming that William Weir had attended lecture by Lister and George Buchanan, on card, 114 x 78 mm. (4½ x 3 inches), 1862.

LISTER, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large signature ('Joseph Lister'), dated 15 August 1887, on card.

LISTON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My Dear Lady'), 2 pages 16mo (laid down by the remains of the second leaf), 5 Clifford Street, 25 March 1846.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to a music publisher, in German, 1½ pages 8vo (some old mount adhering to the first page), Weimar, 17 May 1852.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (browned, torn in the folds, second sheet detached, evidence of tape), Pest, 19 January 1871.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to Mrs Harriet Grote, wife of the historian George Grote], 3 pages 16mo, [London], docketed by the recipient F.Liszt / May 1841.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German, to Wilhelm Posse in Berlin. 1 page 8vo, with original envelope. Tuesday evening, 20 May 1884.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to the publisher, Kistner, 2 pages 8vo (some soiling and splitting repaired), Eilsen, 22 June 1851. With a transcript and translation.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo in purple ink, Bayreuth, 17 July 1882. With a full translation.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German [to Professor Ernest Rietschel], 3 pages 8vo (a little faded and with some professional strengthening), Weimar, 6 July 1858.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to 'Hochwürdiger, lieber Cousin', 3 pages 8vo (splitting in the folds professionally repaired), Budapest, 11 March 1882.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to 'Monsieur le Baron', 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, no place, 17 February 1868.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive early ALS in French to 'Monsieur le Comte', 2 pages 8vo (small split professionally repaired), 30 January 1840.

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to an unnamed correspondent ('Geehrter Herr' [Honoured Sir]), 1 page 8vo, Weimar, 4 July 1879, (a note of identification in ink on the reverse).

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
LS in English (a bold but shaky signature) to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (slight thinning to second leaf), Weimar, no date

LISZT, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German (name of recipient illegible), 3 pages 8vo, no place, 'Mardi Matin' [sic], endorsed in another hand with the date '1844'.

LIVERPOOL, R.B. Jenkinson, Second Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [George] Canning, 1½ pages 8vo (glue-stain at foot of second page), Fife House, 24 April 1825.

LIVINGSTONE, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Laird, 4 pages 8vo with endorsements on the last page, Edg[e]hill [Liverpool], 3 March 1858.

LIVINGSTONE, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Arthur] Mills, 4 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (slight remains of hinge not affecting the text), 48 Euston Square, 28 July 1865.

LIVINGSTONE, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr John Crookes, 1 page 8vo with integral blank and the original envelope (marked 'Dr L'), Hamilton, 6 September 1864.

LIVINGSTONE, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My Dear Friend'), 2 pages 8vo on blue paper (slight traces of mounting to top of second page not affecting the text), Glasgow, 1 March 1858.

LIVINGSTONE, David (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope, signed 'Dr Livingstone' in the lower left hand corner, addressed to The Under Secretary for War, postmarked 9 August 1865.

LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN (This is a link to the full description)
ALS 'El Butler & S. Ponsonby', in the hand of Sarah Ponsonby, to Mrs ?Mytton, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, Llangollen, 11 January 1817.

LLOYD, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and sentiment ('With pleasure / Yours very truly, Edward Lloyd').

LLOYD, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph sentiment signed on a decorative printed card with verses from Goethe (in German), 185 x 240 mm. (ca 7 x 9½ inches), ?Mayance, 22 July 1895.

LLOYD, Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed ('Yours always / Marie Lloyd'), seated in a chair almost as elaborately decorated as her hat.

LLOYD, (John) Selwyn Brooke (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS to Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick, 5 pages 4to, on Foreign Office writing paper, 25 February and 1 March 1957.

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on embossed card of the House of Commons, ca 90 x 115 mm (3½ x 4½ inches) together with Lloyd-George's compliments slip.

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Signed Photograph by Whitefields, showing the Prime Minister in his later years, seated on a chair outside an elaborate door.

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large signature and date, 29 June 1916, on a page of writing-paper with the blind stamp of the Ministry of Munitions, laid down on an album leaf.

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence-card to Mrs Lucy, House of Commons [blind stamp], 27 April 1900. Some traces of mounting on the first side.

LLOYD-GEORGE, David, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [the Editor of the Dumfries Standard] James Reid, 1 page 4to, Thames House, Millbank, 24 January 1935. With a collection of related material.

LOCKER-LAMPSON, Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lionel [Holland], 4 pages 8vo (the word 'Elwin' in another hand on the last page), NewHaven Court, Cromer, 19 August 1892.

LOCKHART, John Gibson (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Robert Southey, 1½ pages 4to with address-leaf, London, 16 July 1827.

LOCKWOOD, Sir Frank (This is a link to the full description)
Group of sketches and letters, 21 items in all, 1885-1894.

LODGE'S PEERAGE (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of letters relating to Lodge's Peerage, in all 22 items (24 pages, some wear), 1829-1842, where dated.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS to J Walter Robson, 1 page 8vo, The University, Birmingham, 14 December 1901.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Signed photograph by Elliott & Fry, ca 21 x 19½ mm (8½ x 7½ inches), paper and card mount, signed below the image on the paper mount.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph by Lafayette, signed on the mount beneath the picture, showing Lodge seated in half-profile, hand pensively held to his chin.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Lodge in academic robes and hat (three-quarter length), signed in ink on a dark part of the image.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Simon, 1 page 4to, Mariemont, Edgbaston, 23 September 1915.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Price, 2 (facing) pages 8vo (worn and soiled in the folds), The University, Birmingham, 23 October 1914.

LODGE, Sir Oliver Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Leeds Literary and Philosophical Society, 1 page 8vo, 26 Waverley Road, Liverpool, 26 September 1885.

LONDONDERRY, Robert, 1st Marquis (This is a link to the full description)
AL [unsigned, but almost certainly the 1st marquis and probably to Sir Thomas Lawrence], 2 pages 8vo, Pulteney Hotel [Bath], 'Sunday' no date [ca 1820].

LONDON ZOO (This is a link to the full description)
Series of ca twenty admission tickets for the Zoological Gardens, various sizes, all but one 1833 where dated.

LONG, Basil Kellett (This is a link to the full description)
Group of 6 ALsS to Cook, in all 11½ pages 8vo, Houndesfield, Coke's Lane, Chalfont St Giles, from 28 July to 15 November 1936.

LONG, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS apparently to Prince Rupert, 1 page 4to (professionally repaired and laid down), no place, 3 January 1649 (new style).

LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo in the usual pale brown ink, Bowness, Windermere, 9 June 1868.

THE LORDS JUSTICE (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed by the Lords Justice appointed during the absence of George I, 3 pages folio (worn in the folds), given at the Cock Pitt, 28 May 1719.

LOTHAR, Mark (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of six bars on one stave from his opera 'Tyll' (1928), inscribed and dated in Munich, March 1979, 90 x 142 mm. (ca 3½ x 5½ inches).

[LOUIS XVI] (This is a link to the full description)
Part of a document with secretarial signature, 1 page folio on vellum (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Versailles, 1 January 1785.

LOUIS PHILIPPE (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (with his monogram 'LP') to a marquis, 1 page 8vo with integral endorsed leaf, Monday, 24 November 1817.

STUART, Louisa, 'countess of Albany' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French ('Comtesse d'albany'), 2 pages 4to with address-leaf, to Mary Berry (1763-1852, author), Florence, 11 September 1819.

LOUISE VICTORIA ALEXANDRA DAGMAR (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Arthur [Sassoon], 3 pages 8vo on monogrammed, black-edged writing paper, 15 Portman Square, 13 March 1912.

LOUISE VICTORIA ALEXANDRA DAGMAR (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph by G G L'Ange, Signed in a light part of the photograph, head and shoulders view of the Princess in a high-necked, striped blouse.

LOUISE CAROLINE ALBERTA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Charlemont, 3 pages 8vo, on embossed paper of Windsor Castle, 19 March no year [watermark 1869].

LOUISE CAROLINE ALBERTA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Louise') to Mrs Martin, 4 pages 8vo on writing paper bearing a gold coronet (glue stains), no place, 6 June 1872.

LOUISE CAROLINE ALBERTA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Dillon, 2 pages 8vo on writing paper of Kensington Palace, 1 March 1881.

LOUISE MARGARET, Duchess of Connaught (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph by Bassano, signed and dated 1882.

LOUIS-PHILIPPE (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('L.P. D'Orléans') in French, to an unnamed duke, 1 page 4to, Portsmouth, 5 September 1800.

LOVAT, Simon Fraser, 12th Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lovat') to Donald Fraser, 1 page 8vo, red wax seal, integral address-leaf, Beaufort, 10 November 1739.

LOVAT, Simon Joseph Fraser, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Fraser, 2 pages 8vo with integral address-leaf, 29 September 1716.

LOVELL, Sir Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript of a book review published in The New Scientist in 1965, 4 pages 8vo with numerous corrections.

LOVER, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W[illiam] Jerdan at the Literary Gazette, 1 page 4to with address, 27 Charles Street, 'Middlesex Hospital', 16 october 1834.

LOWE, Sir Hudson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Admiral Sir (William) Sidney Smith (1764-1840), 2 pages 4to with blank leaf, Passy, 8 November 1825.

LOWE, Sir Hudson (This is a link to the full description)
Good, long ALS to Dr [Archibald] Arnott (1772-1855, Napoleon's physician on St Helena), 5½ pages 4to, London, 11 January 1822.

LOWE, Sir Hudson (This is a link to the full description)
LS with autograph subscription to William Disney, 1 page folio (some paper loss), 'On Board the Mary Transport / Messina Harbour 20th Febry 1806.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed firm ('Gentlemen'), 1 page 8vo on black-edged writing paper, Legation of the United States, London, 1 May 1885.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Cheque Signed, on the Charles River National Bank, 5 January 1877. Two cancellation-holes affecting only the printed heading.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Drummond, 2¼ pages 8vo, (traces of mount on verso of second leaf), Legation of the United States, London, 9 June 1882.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Reay [Donald James Mackay, 11th Baron Reay (1839-1921)], 1 page 8vo, Legation of the United States, London, 5 February 1884.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Tennant, 1 page 8vo, Hyde Park, 22 May 1888.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Hervey, 1 page 8vo, Hyde Park, 18 October 1887.

LOWELL, James Russell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank (and a small engraved portrait of Lowell), Cambridge [Massachusetts], 14 April 1875.

LOWRY, L.S. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Shaberman, 1 page 8vo, The Elms, Stalybridge Road, Mottram-In-Longdendale, 9 April 1953.

LOWRY, Laurence Stephen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G.H. Holland, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 72 Chorley Road, Swinton, Manchester, 6 November 1947.

LOWRY, Laurence Stephen (This is a link to the full description)
Group of five ALsS, one to Miss Turner and five to Miss Seymour (of a girls' school in Hyde), 6 pages 8vo, The Elms, 1 February 1956 to 20 September 1958.

LUBBOCK, Sir John, first Baron Avebury (This is a link to the full description)
4 ALsS to various correspondents, 8 pages 8vo, various places, 1907-1911.

LUBBOCK, Sir John, first Baron Avebury (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS and an LS to Lord Monkswell, 5½ pages 8vo, London and Farnborough, 1888 and 1900.

LUBBOCK, Sir John William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Sir Martin Archer Shee], 1 page 8vo, St James's Place, 27 April 1841. Endorsed 'Sir John Lubbock' in another hand at the bottom.

LUCAN, George Charles Bingham, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lucan') to his agent, W[illia]m Brocklehurst, 4 pages 8vo with postscript written across the first page, Castleham, 7 November 1842.

LUCAN, George Charles Bingham, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lucan') to his agent W[illiam] Brocklehurst, 1 page 8vo, Castleham, 23 October 1845.

LUCAN, George Charles Bingham, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Lucan') to his agent William Brocklehurst, 1 page 8vo, Castleham, 21 December 1843.

LUCAS, Edward Verral (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to 'Dear Harry', 3½ pages 8vo, 41 Sloane Street, 15 and 21 February 1922.

LUCAS, (John) Seymour (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H B Hyde, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, New Place, Woodchurch Road, West Hampstead, 2 November 1898.

LUMLEY, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
LS to John Caple, 1 page 8vo (small chunk missing from the upper left hand corner), Her Majesty's Theatre, 18 May 1848.

LUSHINGTON, Edmund Law (This is a link to the full description)
Archive of Lushington's correspondence including many letters from members of the Tennyson family.

LUSHINGTON, Edmund Law (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph certificate signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong, laid down), Glasgow College, 3 March 1864.

LUSHINGTON family (This is a link to the full description)
Small group of eight letters of members of the extended Lushington family.

LUSSAN, Zelie de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an undecipherable correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 131 Victoria Street, 'Sunday' no date (some staining and tape on the corners).

LUTOSLAWSKI, Witold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Witold') in English to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon très cher Ami'), 2 pages 8vo, Warsaw, 28 December 1988.

LUTOSLAWSKI, Witold (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Ronald Senator, ½-page 4to (A4), Warsaw, 4 May 1978.

LUTOSLAWSKI, Witold (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars from the Concerto for Orchestra (composed 1954), 57 x 223 mm. (ca 2½ x 8½ inches, irregularly trimmed), no date

LUTOSLAWSKI, Witold (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, occupying one of three printed staves, 210 x 55 mm (ca 8½ x 2¼ inches), 1934.

LUTOSLAWSKI, Witold (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars from the cello part of the Concerto for Orchestra, on the middle of three staves, the signature below, no date

LUTYENS, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Whiteman, 1 page 4to, 5 Eaton Gate, 25 April 1939.

LUTYENS, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the portrait painter [Sir Gerald] Kelly (1879-1972), 2 pages 4to, as from 7 Apple Tree Yard, York Street, St James's, 21 February 1923.

LUTYENS, Sir Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to the philanthropist and industrialist Lord Wakefield (1859-1941), ½-page 4to, 5 Eaton Gate, 16 December 1932.

LYELL, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Murray, the publisher, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 11 Harley Street, 17 February 1853.

LYELL, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, (remains of former mount on verso, small hole), Norfolk Street, 26 November no year

LYELL, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Smith, 2 pages 8vo, 53 Harley Street, 9 February 1862.

LYMPANY, Dame Moura (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Moira') on a postcard to Leslie Jones, Chateau Périgord, Monte-Carlo, 17 August 1992.

LYON, George Francis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir William Edward] Parry, 1 page 8vo (slight splitting, remains of former mounting on the reverse), no place, no date

LYONS, Joseph Aloysuis (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Lord Wakefield, 1 page 4to on Prime Minister's writing-paper, Canberra, 17 August 1932.

LYSONS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3½ pages 8vo (remains of mounting on the blank), Hempsted Court, 6 September 1861.

LYTTELTON (née Spencer), Sarah, Lady (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Sarah Spencer') to Lady Banks (Dorothea Hugessen, 1758-1828), 3 pages 4to with address on the reverse, Spencer House, 24 March 1808.

LYTTON, Edward George Bulwer-, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Blake', 1 page 8vo (a little stained), Knebworth, 7 August 1868.

LYTTON, Edward George Bulwer-, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Concluding two lines and signature ('Edw Lytton Bulwer') from an ALS (traces of mounting on the reverse).

LYTTON, Edward George Bulwer-, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph genealogical notes, 2 pages 4to (oblong, a little dust-soiled) incorporating a sketch for a coat of arms, no date

LYTTON, Edward George Bulwer-, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 16mo (a little soiled), 21 Park Lane, 3 February 1865.

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McADAM, John Loudon (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Lord Melville, 2½ pages 4to with contemporary endorsements on the reverse, Salopian Coffee House, London, 5 July 1819.

MacARTHUR, Douglas (This is a link to the full description)
Wartime TLS to George FitzPatrick, Public Relations Consultant for the Government of Tasmania, 1 page large 4to with envelope, 29 October 1943.

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Middleton ('a friend of such long standing'), 2 pages 8vo (oblong), 20 Hinde House, Hinde Street, Manchester Square, 15 June 1947.

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Rose M.') to Mrs Roberts, 4 pages 8vo (traces of tape at the left hand margin), Hedgerley End, Beaconsfield, 22 April 1919.

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Walker, 2 pages 8vo on blue writing-paper, 2 St Andrews Mansions, Dorset Street, 24 August 1925.

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Ward, 1½ pages 8vo on yellow paper, 7 Luxborough House, Northumberland Street, no date

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [Horace Annesley] Vachell (1861-1955, novelist), 1 page 8vo on yellow paper, 7 Luxborough House, Northumberland Street, 25 April 1933.

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [John] Drinkwater, 1 page 8vo, 7 Luxborough House, Northumberland Street, 'Sunday', no date

MACAULAY, Dame Rose (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Alice] Warrender (founder of the Hawthornden Prize), 2 pages 8vo, Hedgerley End, Beaconsfield, 28 August no year

MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Reverend T L Montefiore, 3 pages 8vo with envelope front (both laid down on separate sheets), Holly Lodge, 27 June 1859.

MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (blank leaf attached to the remains of an album leaf), Richmond Hill, 18 July 1855.

MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Malkin, 2 pages 16mo, no place, no date

MACAULAY, Zachary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My Dear Marianne', 1 page 8vo, Clapham, 3 August 1816.

McCARTHY, Justin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir John Arthur Roebuck, 1½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the left-hand margin), Mallon, 3 April 1847.

McClellan, George Brinton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry Holland (1788-1873, physician), 1 page 8vo, Westminster Palace Hotel, 8 February 1865.

McCLINTOCK, Sir Francis Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('F.L. McClintock') with valediction from the foot of a letter.

McCLINTOCK, Sir Francis Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles W. Schofield, recommending that he ask the Royal Geographical Society for Sir Henry Barth's address, 1 p 8vo (laid down), Oban, 24 Aug 1863.

McCLINTOCK, Sir Francis Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A. ?Mugford, 1 page 8vo, Portsmouth Dockyard, 1 November 1874.

McCLINTOCK, [Francis] Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles W. Schofield, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Oban, 24 August 1863.

McCLURE, Sir Robert John Le Mesurier (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Washington (evidently the hydrographer John Washington, 1800-1863), 4 pages 8vo (small tear), Esk, Singapore, 3 May 1860.

McCLURE, Robert John Le Mesurier (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 13 Salisbury Street, Strand, 23 October 1854.

MacCormack, John (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for a reception and dinner given in honour of the boxer Gene Tunney in Dublin, 23 August 1928, signed in ink by McCormack and in pencil by Tunney.

MacCORMACK, John (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for a reception and dinner given in honour of the boxer Gene Tunney in Dublin, 23 August 1928, signed in ink by McCormack and in pencil by Tunney.

MacDONALD, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Madam'), 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, Hillfield, Hampstead, 5 October 1889.

MacDONALD, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr Paul Apfelstedt, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (laid down, Porto Fino, Riviera di Levante, 7 May 1879.

MacDONALD, George (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to his sister Phoebe, 8 pages 8vo (one a little soiled), Arundel, 17 October 1851 and Newport, 10 December 1858, with related material.

MacDONALD, James Ramsay (This is a link to the full description)
ALS with no superscript, 1 page 4to on writing paper of the Daily Herald Editorial Office, undated (pin holes in upper left hand margin, wrinkled).

MacDONALD, James Ramsay (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs E Phillips Edge in Vancouver, Canada, 1 page 4to, on 10 Downing Street paper, with envelope, 9 January 1932.

MACFARREN, George (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 11 ALsS to J. Glossop of the Royal Coburg Theatre, in all 11 pages 8vo and 6 pages 4to, all with address-leaves, 1820, where dated.

MACGILL, Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ervine [presumably John Greer Ervine (1883-1971, drama critic of the 'Observer')] , 1 page 8vo, St Margaret's, Queens Road, Hendon, 17 April 1921.

MACKAIL, John William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Emily] Faithfull, Headmistress of Cheltenham Ladies' College, 1 page 8vo (received notes at the head in red ink), Whitehall, 19 September 1910.

MACKAIL, John William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Gove, 2 pages 8vo, Cotswold House, Campden, Gloucestershire, 15 January 1944.

MACKENZIE, Alexander Campbell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sabilla Novello (daughter of Vincent Novello) in Genoa, 3 pages 8vo with envelope, Dunedin House, Sydenham, 14 January no year

MACKENZIE, Alexander Campbell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Dibden, 2 facing pages 8vo on writing paper of the Royal Academy of Music, as from 15 Regents Park Road, 20 December 1893.

MACKENZIE, Alexander Campbell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Eaton Faning, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, 15 Regent's Park Road (on Royal Academy of Music writing paper), 26 April 1892.

MACKENZIE, Sir Compton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [?Hugh] Chesterman, 1 page 8vo, Eilean Algas, Beauly, Inverness-shire, 22 March 1932.

MACKENZIE, Sir Compton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Miss Gordon, 1 page 8vo, Eilean Aigas, Beauly, Invernesshire, 10 October 1931.

MACKENZIE, Sir Compton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph subscription to Rendel, 1 page 4to (slight tear to right hand margin), Suidheachan, Island of Barra, Outer Hebrides, 3 December 1939.

MACKENZIE, Sir Morell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed firm ('Gentlemen'), 2½ page 8vo, 19 Harley Street, 25 July 1888.

MACKENZIE, Sir Morell (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS to the Registrar of the General Medical Council, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 19 Harley Street, 28 November 1888.

MACKENZIE, Sir Morell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?William Mcneill] Whistler (1836-1900, physician and brother of the painter), 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting), 19 Harley Street, 2 December no year

McCLINTOCK, Sir (Francis) Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr J. Hesses of Dundalk, 1 page 8vo (piece missing from upper left hand corner, not affecting the text), Stephenstown, Dundalk, 2 February 1860.

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman ('My dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, no date

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 14 Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, 28 May 1852.

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Clarkson] Stanfield, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an old album leaf), 4 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 23 December 1860.

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow painter Charles Eastlake, 1 page 12mo (laid down, a small tear at the top), no place, 6 November no year [1866].

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow painter Alfred Elmore, 3 pages 8vo, letterhead excised (by Maclise), no place, no date

MACLISE, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear O'Neil', 1 page 8vo (laid down on thin card, note of identification and date at the head), '13 February 1863.

MACMILLAN, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the art critic and literary editor, William Michael Rossetti, 1 page 12mo, on writing paper of Macmillan and Co., 11 June 1867.

MACMILLAN, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W.J.C. Miller, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, on writing paper of Macmillan and Co., 11 September 1891.

MACMILLAN, Harold, Lord Stockton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph additions to J.L. Garvin, 1½ pages 4to on separate leaves, (rust-mark in top left corner), St Martin's Street, 30 June 1927.

MACMILLAN, Harold, Lord Stockton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Harold Smith, 1 page 8vo, 4 Little Essex Street, London, 22 February 1978.

MACMILLAN, Harold, Lord Stockton (This is a link to the full description)
Fine black and white photograph, 162 x 120 mm. (6½ x 4½ inches), signed ('Harold Macmillan') in the lower margin, undated.

MACMILLAN, Harold, Lord Stockton (This is a link to the full description)
Signed postcard of the Brian Organ portrait, signed in the lower white border ('Stockton').

MACMILLAN, Harold, Lord Stockton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to E J Gough at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1 page 8vo (filing hole, received stamp), Macmillan & Co writing paper, 24 September 1946.

McNEILE, H.C. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (filing holes at the head), Hotel Rosat, Chateau-d'Oex, Switzerland, 22 February [1922].

MACQUARIE, Lachlan (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Dr Arnold, 1 page 8vo (oblong), H.M.S. Dromedary, 29 August 1908.

MACREADY, William Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 12mo, 5 Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park, no date

MACREADY, William Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Henning, 1 page 12mo (slightly trimmed, laid down), Sherborne House, 8 January 1857.

MACREADY, William Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G. Pryne, 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting), 5 Clarence Terrace, Hyde Park, 2 March 1842.

MAETERLINCK, Count Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed lady ('Madame'), 1 page 8vo, Nice, 18 May 1915.

MAETERLINCK, Count Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman ('Chere Madame') in French, 1½ pages 8vo, Menton, 2 March no year

MAETERLINCK, Count Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
Printed contract between Maeterlinck and The Century Company of New York, signed, 2 pages folio, remains of a red wax seal, 22 December 1922.

THE SIEGE OF MAFEKING (This is a link to the full description)
A Mafeking Siege Note in the amount of ten shillings, number 3101, dated March 1900, together with the 2 April 1900 issue of The Mafeking Mail

MAGINN, William (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 4 ALsS (initials) to 'W', in all 5 pages 8vo, no place, no date

MAHONY, Francis Sylvester (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Elliotson, 1 page 8vo (slight traces of mounting), 16 Great Marlborough Street, 'tuesday morning nine oclock' [sic], no date

MAHONY, Francis Sylvester (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph verses, unsigned, 1 page 8vo with integral blank (small stain, a note of identification in ink at the top), 25 May 1856.

MAHONY, Francis Sylvester (This is a link to the full description)
ALs to Mrs Gibbons, 2 pages 8vo on thin paper, 12 Regent Street, 1 July no year

MALCOLM, Sir Pulteney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (identified in pencil as 'B.S. Jones'), 2 pages 8vo, Upper Harley Street, 21 May no year

MALCOLM, Sir Pulteney (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page 4to, Royal Oak in the Chesapeake, 11 October 1814.

MALIPIERO, Gian Francesco (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, three bars from the prelude to San Francesco d'Assisi on a single stave, 85 x 145 mm. Asolo, 16 December 1924.

MALTA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Petrus Pace, Bishop of Malta, to Sir ?Linton, 1 page 8vo, Malta, 19 July 1893.

MALTHUS, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the bookseller [John] Stockdale, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf (a little dust-stained), 18 March [1793].

MANBY, George William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Robert Cole, 1 page 4to with vignette, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, 25 November 1843.

MANKOWITZ, Wolf (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS ('Wolf') to the author Gil[bert] Phelps, 1 page 8vo and 1 page 4to, 8-10 Piccadilly Arcade, 10 June 1963 and 15 February 1966.

MANN, Sir Horace (or Horatio) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Mountstuart (1744-1814, later first marquess of Bute), 2 pages 4to (slightly trimmed at the foot) with endorsed leaf, Florence 24 June 1782.

MANN, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to Miss Vera Schwarz, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 1550 San Remo Drive, Pacific Palisades, California, 9 April 1947.

MANNING, Henry Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('H E Card. Archbp') to Tasker, 1 page 12mo, W[estminster], 17 October 1879.

MANNING, Henry Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS (initials) to 'My dear Friend', 4 pages 8vo, Lavington, 16 February 1845.

MARCHESI, Blanche (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed in ink at the head (slightly smudged), showing the singer in peasant dress with shawl and head-scarf.

MARCONI, Guglielmo (This is a link to the full description)
TLS, in English, to Sir Henry Trueman Wood, Secretary of the Royal Society of Arts, 1 page 4to, Marconi House, Strand, 16 April 1915 (received stamp).

MARCONI, Guglielmo (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and salutation ('Yours very truly'), dated April 1923, on a sheet of writing paper from the R[oyal] Y[acht] s[quadron] Castle, Cowes.

MARCONI, Guglielmo (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('yours truly / G Marconi') written obliquely on a small card, undated.

MARCONI, Guglielmo (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph radio telegram signed ('Guglielmo' plus initials) sent from his yacht Electra to his wife, 1 page folio (oblong) 13 October 1934.

MARDYN, Charlotte (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Smith at the Theatre, Ipswich, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, London, 2 January 1817.

MARGARET, Princess, of Connaught (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS ('Margaret') to Miss Gladys Thomson in Dublin, 6 pages 8vo with two envelopes, Malta and Stockholm, 12 March 1905 and 9 February 1906.

MARIA CAROLINA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Charlotte') in French to a baroness who is returning to Austria after serving in her household, 1 page 4to with decorative border, no place, no date

MARIA THERESA (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Carl Wilhelm Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg, 1 page folio with address-leaf, 23 March 1744.

MARIA THERESA (This is a link to the full description)
Brief LS to Count Esterhazy, 1 page 4to on black-edged paper (small marginal tear not affecting the text), 2 November 1770.

MARIA THERESA (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Leopold von Weingarten, her secretary at the Prussian Court, 1 page folio with address-wrapper, 18 February 1744.

MARIE LOUISE (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Marie Louise') in her characteristic small neat hand, evidently to a close servant or friend, 3½ pages 8vo, Amsterdam, 15 October 1811.

MARIE LOUISE, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [John Charles] Dollman (1851-1934), 2 pages 8vo, Ambassadors' Court, St James's Palace, date indicipherable.

ALBONI, Marietta, Contessa Pepoli (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars with words (voice only) from the aria 'Voi che sapete' from Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro, 1 page 8vo (oblong), London, 1862.

MARINA, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card signed ('with my best wishes / Marina'), 1 page 8vo, Christmas 1957.

MARKHAM, Sir Clements Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Norris, 1½ pages 8vo, 21 Eccleston Square, 23 October 1907.

MARKS, Henry Stacy (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Keyser, 2 pages 8vo, 17 Hamilton Terrace, 14 October 1884, together with a pen-and-ink drawing of a penguin.

MARLBOROUGH, John Churchill, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent ('My Lord'), 1 page 4to (nicks in the edges, a little worn and creased), no place, 25 February 1718/19.

MARLBOROUGH, John Churchill, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio with second leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement, Office of Ordnance, 14 February 1718/19, signed also by Thomas Frankland.

MARLBOROUGH, John Churchill, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc.S., ('Marlborough' at the foot), 1 page folio with ten pence revenue stamp in the upper right hand corner (slightly eroded), 20 August 1714.

MARLBOROUGH, John Churchill, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with papered seal and revenue stamp, St James's 24 March 1708/9 'In the Eighth year of yher Maj[es]ty's Reign.

MARLBOROUGH, John Churchill, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to Charles III, King of Spain, later Emperor Charles VI], 2 pages 4to with integral blank, The Hague, 24 April 1709.

MARLBOROUGH, George, 5th duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Mr Grojean, 1 page 8vo, Blenheim, 'Friday, no date [endorsed 1829].

MARLBOROUGH, Consuelo, 9th Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Consuelo Marlborough') cut from the foot of a typed letter.

MARLBOROUGH, Sarah Churchill, Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('S Marlborough') cut from the reverse of a printed document, signed also by Godolphin, ca 40 x 90 mm (1½ x 3½ inches), no date

MARRYAT, Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Chamin, 3 pages 16mo, laid down on the remains of an album leaf, no place, no date

MARRYAT, Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (trimmed, and repaired in the centre fold), no place, dated on the reverse in another hand 30 September 1827.

MARSHALL, J L (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to H. Lynge, 2½ pages 8vo and two postcards, Weymouth and Torquay, 1888. With a list by Lynge annotated by Marshall and customs documents.

MARSHALL, Sir John Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Scott', 2 pages 4to (somewhat ragged at the edges), Camp at Sanchi, 28 December 1918.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 16mo (roughly trimmed, and laid down), Ambleside, 20 April 1864.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a small slip of blue paper addressed 'Mr T. Bell' on the reverse, n.p, 30 March, no year

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 8vo (neatly inlaid), no place, no date

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Brief autograph note, signed with initials, ca 2½ x 5 inches, undated.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hickson, 2½ pages 8vo, Ambleside, 31 December 1856.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('H. Martineau') and valediction ('Yours affectionately') from a letter.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Partial ALS, 6 pages 8vo, no place, no date

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Incomplete AL (last page(?s) with signature missing) to Mrs Robinson, 4 pages 8vo, Ambleside, 15 February 1869.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and date, 1 page 8vo with vignette of The Knoll, Ambleside, 12 June 1862.

MARTINEAU, Harriet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Sargant, 3 pages 12mo with envelope-front (laid down), Ambleside, 29 May 1862.

MARTINEAU, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Walter R[aleigh] Browne, 3½ pages 8vo, 35 Gordon Square, London, 26 November 1881.

MARWOOD, William (This is a link to the full description)
Marwood's card, with the stamped inscription on one side (traces of mounting and slight crease), and his signature, 'Wm Marwood / Horncastle' on the other.

MARY I (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Mary the quene' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, Dated at Oatlands, 18 June [1554].

MARY I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Marye' with autograph subscription), in French, to the Queen Dowager of Hungary, 1 page folio (oblong) with address on the reverse, 10 April 1554.

MARY I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('Marye the quene' at the head), addressed to Sir Edward Waldegrave, 1 page 4to (oblong) on vellum, Palace of Westminster, 22 June [1557].

MARY I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S (a bold signature 'Marye the quene'), 1 page small folio on vellum with papered seal, Given at St James's, 9 October 5 & 6 Mary I [1558].

MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Letter Signed to the Earl of Bothwell, 1 page large folio, no place, 15 August 1566.

MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS (This is a link to the full description)
LS with autograph subscription to Sir George Bowes (1527-1580), 1 page folio with address on the reverse, Sheffield Manor, 7 June 1579.

MARY OF MODENA (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Maria'), in Italian, to Giulia Londi Cassuoli in Parma, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, London, 16 November 1682.

MARY OF MODENA (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Cardinal Crescentio in Rome ('Mon Cousin'), 1 page 4to with address-leaf bearing two black wax armorial seals (some soiling and small splits).

MARY, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Mary R' with a flourish) on an 8vo sheet of crested writing paper from Marlborough House.

MARY, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note (unsigned) on two sides of an embossed correspondence card of Windsor Castle, addressed 'fr the Queen', 19 June 1919.

MARY, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas Card for 1939 inscribed 'To Claud' and signed with a message gratitude.

MARY, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
ANS, a gift tag for her grandson, Prince Michael of Kent, ca 55 x 130 mm (2 x 5½ inches) (corners trimmed), 4 July 1944.

MARY I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('Marye the quene' at the head), 1 page oblong folio on vellum (age-toned overall but entirely legible; original seal slits).

MARY, Duchess of Gloucester & Edinburgh (This is a link to the full description)
Charming pen-and-ink drawing of a rustic cottage with the floor plan and further drawings on the reverse, 1 page 12mo (oblong), no place, no date, unsigned.

MARY, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
Seventeen ALsS, 1 TLS and a postcard-sized Signed Photograph to the Viscountess Sandhurst (1861-1936, daughter of Matthew Arnold), 47 pages 8vo with 14 envelopes.

MARY ADELAIDE, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Stephens, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Kensington Palace, 8 July 1878.

MASARYK, Jan (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink with a one-line inscription, dated Liondon 1 December 1939. Together with a small photograph of Edouard Benes in an open car.

MASCAGNI, Pietro (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong), inscribed to Georgette Bingen, Rome 30 December 1912.

MASCAGNI, Pietro (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Doc S., addressed to Walter Mocchi, 1 page 4to, marked 'Copia', San Paolo, 6 August 1911. With a translation.

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Tuke, 1 page 8vo, 30 Maida Hill West, 17 April 1910.

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Captain E N Hale on active service in France, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, Boar's Hill, 17 June 1917.

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS and 3 TLsS to the illustrator [Hugh] Chesterman, 2 pages 8vo and 3 pages 4to, 1927 and 1928 where dated.

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Stephen Tallents, 1 page 4to, Pinbury Park, Cirencester, no date

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Strong, 1 page 8vo, 30 Maida Hill West, 14 June 1910.

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to E.D. Lewis, two pages 4to with two envelopes (one letter on headed paper, the other on lined paper), Boars Hill, Oxford, no date [postmark 1929].

MASEFIELD, John (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Suzanne Fay, in all 6 pages 8vo (oblong) with one envelope, Burcote Brook, Abingdon, all undated (postmark 4 May 1955 on the one envelope).

MASON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Fragment of an ALS on a slip of paper ca 175 x 50 mm (7 x 2 inches), St John's [College, Cambridge], 16 December 1747.

MASON, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (transparent mounting tape to second page), St John College, Cambridge, 8 December 1747.

MASONIC CERTIFICATE (This is a link to the full description)
Elaborate certificate partially printed and completed by hand, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with paper seal, 22 February 1816.

MASSENET, Jules (This is a link to the full description)
Massenet's visiting card with an autograph message signed with a squiggle, no date

MASSENET, Jules (This is a link to the full description)
Massenet's visiting card with printed name and a message of friendly greetings signed with initials, no date

MASSENET, Jules (This is a link to the full description)
Massenet's visiting card with printed name and an autograph message of friendly greetings signed ('Massenet'), 31 December 1895.

MASSEY, Raymond (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Best wishes / Raymond Massey') on a scrap of paper, 60 x 100 mm (ca 2½ x 4 inches).

MATHEWS, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Harley in Doncaster, 1 page 4to with address-leaf ('Favored by Mr Whitwell'), Fulham, 20 October no year (wm. 1801).

MATISSE, Henri (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed printer or publisher, 1 page 4to, Nice 5 January 1942, with a translation.

MATISSE, Henri (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ANS to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher Monsieur') on the back of a postcard of his well-known portrait of his wife 'à la raie verte', dated 1951.

MATTEI, Tito (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed on a correspondence card, 53 Trinity Square, Margate, no date

MATTHAY, Tobias Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the tenor [Derek] Oldham, 1¼ pages 8vo (marginal glue marks), The Tobias Matthay Pianoforte School, Wimpole Street, 21 October 1928.

MAUDE, Aylmer (This is a link to the full description)
Four lengthy ALsS (one unfinished) to Mrs Edge, in all 22 pages 8vo and 2 pages 4to (the latter torn), Great Baddow, Chelmsford, 1921.

MAUGHAM, William Somerset (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Frau Hagebocker, 1 page 8vo, Villa Mauresque, 4 April 1962.

MAUGHAM, William Somerset (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Whitmore, 1 page 8vo (slightly creased), Villa Mauresque, St Jean-Cap Ferrat, 7 February 1958.

MAUGHAM, William Somerset (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Major', 1 page 8vo (filing holes, slightly ragged left-hand edge), 5 Portland Place, 'Monday', no date

MAUGHAM, William Somerset (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS to Mrs Whitemore, in all 2 pages 8vo, Villa Mauresque, St Jean, Cap Ferrat and The Dorchester, London, 25 February and 9 December 1952.

MAUGHAM, William Somerset (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [Albert] Deane, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Villa Mauresque, Cap Ferrat, 13 May 1938.

MAUND, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 12mo, Bromsgrove, 5 January 1855.

MAUND, Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Bromsgrove, 27 October 1845.

MAUPASSANT, Guy de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Madame'), 1 page 8vo (small nick not affecting the text), 14 Avenue Victor Hugo [Paris], no date [?January 1890].

MAUREL, Victor (This is a link to the full description)
Manuscript agreement in French (with a translation), signed by Maurel and two associates, 1½ pages 4to (ten words later underlined), Royat, 15 October 1895.

MAXIM, Sir Hiram Stevens (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard, showing the Maxim-Schutze gun being fired by a soldier, signed in black ink vertically on the white border, postmarked 25 January 1905.

MAXIM, Sir Hiram Stevens (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a typewritten letter.

MAXIMILIAN (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Maximiliano'), 1 page double folio, given at the Palace of Mexco, 30 January 1865.

MAXWELL, Mary Elizabeth Braddon (This is a link to the full description)
Nine ALsS to Lady Anna Chandos Pole, mostly with envelopes, 19 pages 8vo, from Lichfield House, Richmond, and Kisseleffstrasse, one date stamp 1906.

MAXWELL, Mary Elizabeth Braddon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Hamilton, 2 pages 8vo on conjoint leaves (torn in central fold), Lichfield House, 'Sunday evening', no date

MAYNE, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 1 page folio on the front of a printed form (torn at the top), to the Revd James Beck, Metropolitan Police Office, London, 23 January 1856.

MAZZINI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to W. Malleson in Holborn Hill, 11 pages 16mo with envelope (split in one fold), 11 November 1865 (postmark).

MAZZINI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Malleson in Holborn Hill, 1 page 16mo with envelope, 'Friday' [postmark 1 February 1862, a Saturday].

MAZZINI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Venenni, 1 page 12mo, no place, 1 December 1853.

MAZZINI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Printed Doc S, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 15 Radnor Street, Chelsea, 30 October 1853.

MAZZINI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English, probably to the Revd George Armstrong (1791-1857, Unitarian minister), 1½ pages 8vo, Cromwell Lodge, Old Brompton Road, 'Thursday' no date

MEDICI, Leopold de (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Messrs Verrazzano and Serzelli, his agents, 1 page folio with endorsed second leaf, Florence, 18 April 1673.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT - YORKSHIRE 1362 (This is a link to the full description)
Letter of attorney, on vellum, ca 25 x 273 mm. (ca 2½ x 11 inches) with seal tag (lacking seal), 4 December 1362.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT - Yorkshire 1367 (This is a link to the full description)
Quitclaim by William Hendeselagh of Snaith (Yorks) and his wife to John Smalwood of Cowick and his wife in all legal matters, 55 x 255mm (ca 2 x 10 inches)

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT - Canterbury Cathedral (This is a link to the full description)
Grant from the monks of Canterbury Cathedral to Godfrey Fyneux of Ickham, 10 June 6 Henry IV [1405], ca 120 x 295 mm. (4½ x 11 inches) on vellum. Seal tag.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT, ca 1250 (This is a link to the full description)
Fine and attractive grant with the original seal in excellent condition. Latin.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT, 1359 (This is a link to the full description)
Charter from the reign of Edward III, dated 23 August 1359, on vellum, ca 105 x 285 mm. (4 x 11½ inches), with three good pendant seals in light wax.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT - reign of Henry III (This is a link to the full description)
Grant on vellum, ca 110 x 21 mm. (4 x 8 inches), lacking seal, a little damp-affected and cockled, North Yorkshire ca 1230-1250.

MEDIEVAL DOCUMENT - Bristol 1376 (This is a link to the full description)
Deed (quitclaim) by John Bromhull in respect of lands and property in Little Torynton [Torrington, Devon], on vellum, 133 x 297 mm. (ca 5 x 12 inches).

MEDTNER, Nikolai (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature in purple ink ('Nicolas Medtner / 12/VI/1944') on paper mounted on the remains of an album leaf.

MEDTNER, Nicolai (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Nicholas Medtner') to the concert agency of Ibbs and Tillett, 2 separate pages 4to (small filing tears), 43 Belsize Avenue, 26 February 1930.

MELBA, Dame Nellie (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive postcard-sized photograph of Melba with signature on paper pasted at the foot, dated 1905.

MELBA, Dame Nellie (This is a link to the full description)
Lovely postcard-sized photograph signed, head and shoulders view of the singer with an elaborate coiffure and corsage.

MELBA, Dame Nellie (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, half-length in costume, signed half on the image, and dated 1903 in ink.

MELBA, Dame Nellie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Cosmo', 1 page small 4to with integral blank, Ritz Hotel, Piccadilly, no date

MELBA, Dame Nellie (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, three-quarter length, mechanically reproduced, signed in ink on the image, no date

MELBOURNE, William Lamb, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S on the reverse of a petition (not complete), 1 page 8vo (oblong), Whitehall, 23 November 1832.

MELBOURNE, William Lamb, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Backhouse, 1½ pages 8vo (glue-stain down right hand edge on the reverse), Windsor Castle, 29 August 1840.

MELBOURNE, William Lamb, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[ohn] Backhouse, 1 page 8vo (trimmed at the foot, glue-stain on the reverse), South Street, 11 July 1837.

MELBOURNE, William Lamb, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Lord Mayor, 1 page 4to (trimmed, glue stains on the reverse), Whitehall, 6 February 1829.

MELLON, Harriet, Lady Beauclerk (This is a link to the full description)
ALS without superscript, 1 page 4to, including a ticket to her box dated 23 June 1827.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Mrs [Elizabeth] Horsley, 2 pages 8vo with the central panel of the address leaf remaining, 103 Great Portland Street, 19 June 1832.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Document signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong, browned), no place, April no year

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy') to 'Herr Präsident Verkenius' in Cologne, 1½ pages 4to with integral address-leaf, Düsseldorf, 25 March 1835.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Dein F.') to [Karl] Klingemann in London, 1 page 4to closely written with address on the reverse, Paris 9 January 1832.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr and Frau Seydlitz and Frau Verkenius [in Cologne], 1½ pages 4to with fine signature, Leipzig, 20 June 1846.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Leipzig publisher Friedrich Kistner, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Leipzig, 12 January 1839 with autograph address on the verso.

MENDELSSOHN, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German ('Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy') to the singer Sophie Schloss, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Leipzig, 2 November 1846.

MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY, [Jakob] Felix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, 4 Hobart Place, Eaton Square, 4 June 1844.

MENU (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for the Fine Arts Dinner, held at the Lyceum Club on 11 June 1923, 4 pages 8vo, signed in pencil on the back by nine of the attendees.

MENUHIN, Yehudi (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches), dated 1935 in his hand.

MENUHIN, Yehudi (This is a link to the full description)
Good photograph, 180 x 115 mm. (7 x 4½ inches), signed in ink in the lower white margin and inscribed to J.H. Bolshaw, 1944.

MENUHIN, Yehudi (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to E.H. Wills, 'Chairman Welfare Committee', 1 page 4to, 2 The Grove, Highate Village, 26 September 1971.

MENUHIN, Yehudi (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Postcard-sized photograph (head) by Fayer of Vienna, signed and inscribed to Mrs Josephine Scharf, and dated 1957.

MENUHIN, Yehudi (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription ('With my best wishes') on the upper cover of a programme for a Promenade Concert on 27 August 1946.

MEREDITH, George (This is a link to the full description)
Large bold signature in blue ink from the foot of a letter, irregularly trimmed.

MEREDITH, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Kidd in Stoke Newington, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, Box Hill, Dorking, 6 January 1891.

MERIMEE, Prosper (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Colonel Claremont, 1 page 8vo with envelope, also signed, no place, 6 June 1861.

MERIMEE, Prosper (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Sir Henry [Holland] (1788-1873, physician), ½-page 8vo, 'Saturday', no date

MESSIAEN, Olivier-Eugène-Prosper-Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph specification of the orchestration for Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum, 1 page 8vo in pencil, unsigned.

MESSIAEN, Olivier-Eugène-Prosper-Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of the concert given at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, 25 February 1968, with a lengthy message, signed, on the back cover (lightly soiled).

METEYARD, Eliza (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [Sarah Stickney?] Ellis, 3 pages 8vo, 31 Downshire Hill, Hampstead, 8 April 1850.

METEYARD, Eliza (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Baverstock, 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the back), Hampstead, 6 February 1867.

METEYARD, Eliza (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mrs Phipson, in all 3 pages 8vo, Hampstead and no place, 7 November 1873 and 6 August 1875.

METTERNICH, Prince Klemenz Wenzel von (This is a link to the full description)
LS in French ('Le Prince de Metternich Winneburg') to the Marquis of Wellesley, foreign secretary, 1 page folio with blank leaf, Vienna, 26 May 1810.

MEWS, Peter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Reverend Mr Mathews, Vicar of Alton ('To be Communicated to ye Rest of ye Clergy of that Deanery'), 1 page 4to with address-leaf

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed Doctor, 1 page 8vo, no place, Tuesday, no date

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed lady ('Madame!'), 1½ pages 8vo, on writing paper with his elaborately embossed initials, 'Mardi', no date, but probably 1849.

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Henri' [?Henry Stuart], 1 page 8vo, [Paris], 'Samedi matin' no date

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French, to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher & illustre Maitre!'), 1 page 8vo (embossed crown and initials), no place, 'dimanche' no date

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Cherubini ('Cher & illustre Maitre!'), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, 'Mardi matin', no date

MEYERBEER, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Madame Celerier, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, no place, no date

MEYNELL, Alice Christiana (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph poem The Wind is Blind, 1 page 4to (worn, laid down on card, slightly trimmed, just touching the signature at the foot), undated.

MICHAEL NICHOLAIVICH, Grand Duke (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Bright with autograph superscript, 3 pages 8vo, Ken Wood, Hampstead, 6 April no year

MICHELET, Jules (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madame'), 1 page 8vo, S. Gervais (Savoie), 9 April 1865.

MIDDLETON, Charles, second Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to the Marquis de Forcy, 1 page small 4to, St Germains, 21 October 1710.

MILDMAY, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Wa: Mildmay') on a small piece of paper mounted beneath an engraved portrait.

MILHAUD, Darius (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to H[ans] Roest, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Paris, 11 November 1967 (postmark).

MILHAUD, Darius (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph, a close-up in profile, signed and inscribed with an autograph musical quotation of 3 bars on the reverse.

MILHAUD, Darius (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, signed and inscribed to [Hans] Roest on the reverse, with a bar of music, and an autograph envelope.

MILHAUD, Darius (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to H[ans] Roest, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Paris, 17 October 1967.

MILHAUD, Darius (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to H[ans] Roest, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Paris, 25 September 1967.

MILL, John Stuart (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS to James Martineau, the last page on the reverse of the address-leaf, red wax seal torn in half, no place, no date (watermark '183...').

MILL, John Stuart (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note (unsigned), ½-page 8vo, no date With an attestation by the Secretary of the London Library that it was sent with some books in April 1866.

MILL, John Stuart. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (slight traces of mounting on the blank fourth page), Blackheath, 14 March 1863.

MILL, John Stuart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, identified on the mount as the Rev Alfred Lyall, 2 pages 8vo, tipped to a mount by the second leaf, East India House, 21 October 1857.

MILL, John Stuart (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS, two to The Revd George Armstrong (1791-1857, Unitarian minister), one to Albany Fonblanque (1793-1872, political journalist and editor).

MILLAIS, John Guille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Comptons Brow, Horsham, 15 September 1919.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper (note of identification on the back), 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 19 April 1877.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Edward Salomons, 1 page 8vo on blue paper (slight traces of former mounting), Annat Lodge, Perth, 7 July 1856.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publishers Macmillan & Co., 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, Perth, 15 September 1862.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a card to an unnamed correspondent, 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 7 August 1887.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Stewart, 1 page 8vo, 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 19 February ?1884.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
Brief but interesting ALS to Huish [possibly Robert Huish, miscellaneous writer], 1 page 8vo, 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 26 May 1893.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dearest Alice' (probably his daughter), 1 page 8vo, 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 'Sunday' no date

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Bowerswell, Perth, 14 August [1863].

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (in full ' John Everett Millais'), 1 page 8vo, 16 York Terrace, Regents Park, 4 March 1858.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'O.C.', 1 page 8vo, 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 11 December 1882.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Barnett, 2 pages 8vo (ragged edge where the second, blank sheet has been torn off), no place, 29 July 1863.

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir Henry] Thompson (1820-1904, surgeon and polymath), 1 page 8vo, on embossed writing-paper of 2 Palace Gate, Kensington, 26 July 1882.

MILLAND, Ray (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, in purple ink on a small card, ca 45 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

MILLER, Glenn (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mr Philip H. Balshaw in London, 1 page 8vo, no place, 4 August 1944.

MILLER, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, [to Dr Gaston Ferdière], 1 page folio, Berlin, 16 May 1962.

MILLER, Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alec Ingram, 1½ pages 8vo, Edinburgh, 11 December 1847.

MILLER, Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (lower left hand corner cut away perhaps removing the name of the recipient), 2 Stuart Street, Edinburgh, ['Nov 1852' in another hand].

MILLER, Josiah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles Reed ('M.P.F.S.A.'), 4 pages 8vo, Newark, 21 April 1869.

MILLER, Max Riley (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

MILLES, Jeremiah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Rivington, 1 page 8vo (oblong) with integral address-leaf, Harley Street, 24 March no year

MILLIN, Sarah Gertrude (This is a link to the full description)
Two frank and outspoken letters to (Sir) Arthur Bryant, 6 pages 8vo and 4 pages 4to, 15 Rutland Gate and Johannesburg, 15 July 1962 and 29 October 1965.

MILLOCKER, Karl (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of nine bars with words, probably from Der arme Jonathan (1890), dated 20 February 1892, 85 x 115 mm. (ca 3½ x 4½ inches).

MILNE, Alan Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
The Autograph Manuscript of his "Introduction" to the American edition of Four Plays, 10 separate pages 8vo with numerous corrections [1932].

MILNE, Alan Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr ?Winchele Smith, 1 page 8vo (a note by the recipient in the margin), 13 Mallord Street, Chelsea, but on Garrick Club writing paper, no date

MILNE, Alan Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
LS (the text in his wife's hand) to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 1 page small 4to (old mounting hinges to reverse), 11 Mallord Street, Chelsea, 'October 29', no year

MILNE, Alan Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to John Drinkwater ('My dear John'), 2 pages small 4to, 13 Mallord Street, Chelsea, 20 October 1931.

MILNER, Alfred, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph by Elliott & Fry, Signed ('Milner') in the white margin at the foot (rather worn and creased).

MILNER, Alfred, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to F[rederick Stringer] Wrench, 1½ pages 8vo, on embossed House of Commons paper, 8 March 1887.

MINOR, William Chester (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the lexicographer [James] Murray, 2 pages 8vo, Broadmoor, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 1 September 1887.

MINTO, Gilbert Elliot Murray Kynynmound (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Melbourne (William Lamb, Second Viscount, 1779-1848, prime minister), 1 page 8ivo, Ham Common, 8 July 1831

MISTRAL, Frédéric (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to M. ?Ignard, 1 page 8vo (torn in the folds), 1 August 1898, together with a letter-card bearing Mistral's portrait, inscribed, 27 January 1905.

MITFORD, Mary Russell (This is a link to the full description)
Small collection comprising four letters, an autograph manuscript poem signed, an autograph list of books and a fragment from a letter.

MITFORD, Nancy Freeman (This is a link to the full description)
Good collection of 17 ALsS and 8 postcards signed variously 'Nancy Mitford', 'Nancy Rodd', 'Nancy' & 'NM', to Brian Pearce, primarily from Paris, 1967-1972.

MODJESKA, Helena (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Mrs Lewis, on two sides of a card with elaborate, coronetted monogram, 70 Finchley New Road, 'Monday' no date

MOIR, James Reid (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Chandler, 1 page 4to, One House, Ipswich, 20 October 1930.

MOISEIWITCH, Benno (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Yours sincerely / Benno Moiseiwitch / February 1935') on a small card, ca 50 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sichel, 3½ pages 8vo, 85 Lexham Gardens, 5 December no year

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Du Cane, 1½ pages 8vo, 85 Lexham Gardens, 16 May no year

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to St Leger, 2 pages 8vo, 155 Sloane Street, 15 December 1911.

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Prior, 3 pages 12mo, 43 Grand Parade, 21 December no year

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Walford, 3½ pages 8vo, 19 Sumner Place, Onslow Square [blind stamp], 27 June no year

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('with pleasure') on a sheet of 8vo writing-paper, 155 Sloane Street, 27 April 1903.

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Stevenson, 3½ pages 8vo, 85 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, 20 April no year

MOLESWORTH, Mrs Mary Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Marriott, 2½ pages 8vo, Ashfield House, West Malvern, 10 November no year

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Albemarle') on a fragment of a document addressed to Thomas Johnson and dated 18 August 1663, laid down with a note of identification.

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Albemarle') to Sir Stephen Fox (1627-1716, paymaster general), 1 page folio, 14 August 1667.

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed ('Albemarle'), 1 page folio with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, no place, 9 October 1660. Also signed by two others.

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Albemarle') to Samuel Pepys, ½-page folio with address-leaf and remains of red wax seal (some wear and staining), Cockpitt, 9 October 1665.

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Albemarle') addressed to 'Gentlemen', ½-page folio (dampstained with some foxing, but perfectly legible), Cockpitt, 14 January 1662/3.

MONCK, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Albemarle') to John, Lord Barclay and the commissioners of the ordnance, ½-page folio with address-leaf, Cockpitt, 22 February 1666/7.

MONET, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed in pencil to 'Cher ?Monet', 1½ pages 8vo (conjunct leaves), Giverny, 24 December 1920.

MONET, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to G[ustave] Geffroy, 1 page 8vo in purple ink with the original envelope, Giverny, postmark 27 April 1891.

MONET, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gustave Geffroy, 1 page 8vo in characterstic purple ink, with envelope, Giverny, 28 June 1909.

MONET, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gustave Geffroy, 1 page 8vo in characterstic purple ink on black-edged paper (slightly chipped), with envelope, Giverny, 19 September 1911.

MONIUSZKO, Stanislaw (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars in the treble clef, 1 page 8vo (oblong) inscribed in ink in another hand.

MONMOUTH, James Scott, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed to the Earl of Oxford, Colonel of the Horse Guards, ½ page folio with integral address-leaf (browned, repairs to the margins), 13 May 1676.

MONMOUTH, James Scott, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Monmouth'), as Chief Justice of Forests South of the Trent, 1 page large folio with papered armorial seal, 31 March 1674.

MONMOUTH, James Scott, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page 4to with red wax seal, 21 July 1673/4.

MONMOUTH, James Scott, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My lord Cochrane', possibly Sir John Cochrane (fl. 1662-1695), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (hand delivered) and remains of black seal, no place, no date

MONSARRAT, Nicholas John Turney (This is a link to the full description)
Amusing typescript poem signed, 1 page 4to on writing paper at San Lawrenz, Gozo, Malta, dated 11 June 1972.

MONSIGNY, Pierre-Alexandre (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Vinit, secrétaire général of the Paris Conservatoire, 1 page small 4to, with integral address-leaf, 5 February 1807.

MONTAGU, Edward (This is a link to the full description)
LS addressed to William Lord Roberts, Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 1 page folio (a little worn, and laid down), 26 January 1658/9.

MONTAGU, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to William Pulteney, Earl of Bath ('My Lord'), 3 pages 4to without address, no place (but on Continental paper), no date

[MONTAGU, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Montagu in Portman Square from Agnes Berry (1764-1852), 2 pages 16mo with address-leaf, North Audley Street, 'Wednesday evening' no date

MONTAGU BUTLER, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 9 ALsS with 3 of his wife Agnata, to Mr & Mrs [Walter] Sichel (1855-1933, biographer & lawyer), in all ca 42 pages 8vo.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Typewritten Doc S ('B.L. Montgomery'), 1 page 4to, 29 March 1919.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Montgomery of Alamein') to Lloyd-Jacob, 1 page 8vo (a little worn), Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers Europe, Paris, no date

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
'Some Notes on High Command in War', second edition, 21 pages and paper covers, ca 7 x 5 inches, privately printed in Italy, September 1943.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Montgomery of Alamein / Field-Marshal') on a 4to sheet of lined paper, dated in Montgomery's hand 17 May 1947.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Norton, 1 page 8vo, on writing-paper of the Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, as from Isington Mill, 20 January 1959.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Monty') to [Sir Edward] Crowe, 2 pages 8vo, Headquarters, British Army of the Rhine, 20 April 1946.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Page from Montgomery's visitors' book, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 23 November to 1 December, no year, with Montgomery's autograph annotations.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
El Alamein to the River Sangro, first edition, printed in Germany by the British Army of the Rhine, January 1946.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Normandy to the Baltic, privately printed first edition, British Army of the Rhine, April 1946, full red calf gilt, rather worn.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Field-Marshal Montgomery's Personal Messages to 21 Army Group, 6 June 1944 - 8 May 1945, folio, Full calf, spine worn and covers warped.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Fine photographic reproduction of a portrait of Montgomery signed in the white margin in ink ('B.L. Montgomery / Field-Marshal'), Berlin, October 1945.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Normandy to the Baltic, first edition, April 1946, printed for private circulation, full red morocco, gilt lettered to cover and spine.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to the editor of the Portsmouth Evening News, 2 pages 4to (one bearing received notation), Isington Mill, Alton, Hampshire, 1969.

MONTGOMERY, Sir Bernard Law, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Black-and-white Photograph Signed ('Montgomery of Alamein'), ca 150 x 205 mm (6 x 8 inches), dated July 1949.

MONTGOMERY, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Joshua Marsden 'Wesleyan Minister / Shrewsbury', 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal, Sheffield, 6 February 1827.

MOOR, Emánuel (This is a link to the full description)
Small collection of letters to [Theodore Blake] Wirgman (1848-1925, painter and illustrator) and his wife, with additional material.

MOORE, George Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial, 1 page 4to, 86 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, 24 April 1935.

MOORE, George Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Curtis, 2 pages 8vo (oblong), 121 Ebury Street, 'Tuesday night', n.y

MOORE, George Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Green, 1 page 8vo, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, 21 January 1898.

MOORE, G[eorge] E[dward] (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph testimonial signed, ½-page 4to, 86 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, 24 April 1935.

MOORE, G[eorge] E[dward] (This is a link to the full description)
Typewritten testimonial signed, with a few autograph words, 1 page 4to (some small tears professionally repaired), Cambridge, 13 May 1935.

MOORE, George Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph poem in French, Pour un tableau de Leighton, eight lines in two stanzas on 1 page 8vo, Dublin, November 1902.

MOORE, Gerald Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the tenor Derek Oldham on two sides of a correspondence card, with envelope, Beechwood Cottage, Penn Bottom, Penn, 23 February 1967.

MOORE, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dyson Lister, 2 pages 8vo, Hotel de Paris, St Peter Port, Guernsey, 5 December 1894.

MOORE, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the broadcaster and graphologist Jeanne Heal, 1 page 8vo, Hoglands, Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, 15 June 1972.

MOORE, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the broadcaster and graphologist Jeanne Heal, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Hoglands, Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, 21 November 1979.

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ellis, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, 'Monday', no date

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
British Museum calling-slip in Moore's hand and signed by him, 19 January no year, 60 x 100 mm. (ca 2½ x 4 inches), laid down.

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Taylor, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf and red wax seal, Sloperton Cottage, 11 April 1825.

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to the publisher and bookseller William Pickering, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, Sloperton, 14 November 1835.

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph stanza Signed, on a small slip, 60 x 118 mm. (ca 4½ x 2½ inches) inlaid, Sloperton Cottage, 27 May 1842.

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), no place, 'Friday Night' no date

MOORE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Taylor, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and remains of a red wax seal, no place, 28 January 1819.

MORE, Alexander Gordon (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo, 74 Leinster Road, Dublin, 4 May no year

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (endorsed by 'F Ford'), 1 page 8vo (laid down by the second leaf), no place, no date ?1823.

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Daniel Lysons (1762-1834, topographer), ½-page 4to (trimmed down, with address on the reverse), Barley Wood, 12 March, no year.

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Thomas B Lethbridge in Bath, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with address, Barley Wood, 14 February 1820.

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Leeves?, 3 pages 16mo (rather worn and tattered, affecting a few words only), no place, undated.

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1 page 4to (worn and weak, printed catalogue entry pasted near the top, notes in ink at the head), Barley Wood, no date

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (on the remains of an album page), Barley Wood, 27 March 1821.

MORE, Hannah (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Receipt Signed, 64 x 154 mm. (2½ x 6 inches) laid down (small wax seal on the reverse), 7 February ['1781' in another hand].

MORELL, John Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wrightson, 4 pages 8vo, Naples, 3 May 1872.

MORGAN, John Pierpont, Jr (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS and an ALS from Belle da Costa Greene (Librarian at the Pierpont Morgan Library), to Frank Salisbury, 1 page 4to and 4 pages 8vo.

MORGAN, Lady Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink cut from a letter.

MORGAN, Lady Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Elizabeth] Gaskell, 1 page 16mo, no place, no date

MORGAN, Lady Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Mrs Mahoney, 1 page 16mo on writing paper with elaboratly embossed margins (traces of former mounting), no place, no date

MORGAN, Lady Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Charlemont, 4 pages 16mo (somewhat soiled), 6 Stafford Road, 11 May 1837.

MORRIS, Francis Orpen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unknown lady ('Dear Madam'), 2 pages 8vo, Nunburnholme Rectory, Hayton, York, 16 May 1892.

MORRIS, Francis Orpen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Bolston, 3½ pages 12mo, Nunburnholme Rectory, Hayton, York, 22 January 1878.

MORRIS, William (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to his friend and publisher F S Ellis, 4 pages 8vo, one (from Burne-Jones's house) in pencil, undated. Spike-filing holes.

MORRIS, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the booksellers H Grevel, 1 page 8vo with a printed slip attached, Kelmscott House, Hammersmith, 18 February no year Number '712' in another hand.

MORRIS, William (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 5 pages 8vo, Kelmscott House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, 24 July 1882.

MORRIS, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Mary Carmichael, Kelmscott House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, 18 July 1884.

MORTIER, Edward Adolph Casimir (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (small split in central fold), no place, no date

[MORTIMER, (Charles) Raymond (Bell)] (This is a link to the full description)
Archive of letters to Mortimer, including five unpublished letters of Virginia Woolf, with related material.

MOSCHELES, Ignaz (This is a link to the full description)
A.MusQ.S. of five bars for piano on two staves, dated at Leipzig, 22 August 1847, 108 x 178 mm. (4¼ x 7 inches).

MOSCHELES, Ignaz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E. Schulz, 1 page 8vo with integral facing address-leaf, 3 Chester Place, 25 January 1836. With translation.

MOSLEY, Lady Diana (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS to Sir Arthur Bryant, in all 10 pages 8vo, Temple de la Gloire, Orsay, France, 1977-1978.

MOSLEY, Sir Oswald (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('O.M.') on one side of a correspondence card, to an unnamed correspondent, Rue des Lac, Orsay, 7 May 1968.

MOSS, Sir Stirling (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Very best wishes / Stirling Moss') on small white card, 45 x 90 mm (ca 2 x 3½ inches).

MOSS, Sir Stirling (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Stirling') to Peter Miller, 1 page 4to, 20 William IV Street, 5 October 1954.

MOSZKOWSKI, Moritz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Chère Mademoiselle'), 1 page 8vo (a little soiled, slight traces of former mounting), no place, no date

MOSZKOWSKI, Moritz (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of three bars on two staves from the third act of his opera Boabdil, der letzte Maurenkönig (composed 1892), undated.

MOSZKOWSKI, Moritz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo, no place, '18/11' no year

MOTLEY, John Lothrop (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS, two draft letters and two further partial drafts.

MOTTRAM, R.H. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Leon Lion, 1 page 4to, Gullane, East Lothian, 5 August 1935.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Good TLS with autograph salutation to [Brigadier] Peter Young, Ministry of Defence, 2 February 1962.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a letter, a typewritten address to Rear Admiral A F Pridham at the Ordnance Board, ca 111 x 175 mm (4½ x 7 inches).

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to John [Harding] ('Yours ever Dickie'), 1 page 8vo, Broadlands, 16 May 1975. With correspondence between Harding and Mountbatten's archivist.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Two TLsS to Commander M.G. Evans, including the eight-page folio letter sent by Mountbatten to senior retired officers on his leaving the Admiralty.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, Earl (This is a link to the full description)
2 TLsS to [Frank] Salisbury, 2 pages 4to, green ink and ribbon on green writing paper, Admiralty, 13 February 1957 and 16 May 1958.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph salutation and subscription to Mr Cooper, 1 page 4to, Broadlands, 9 December 1969.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mr Balaban, 2 pages small 4to (separate leaves), Broadlands, Romsey, Hampshire, 9 July 1959.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 3 TLsS to Ronald Duncan, in all 1 page folio and 3 pages 4to, First Cruiser Squadron, Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, 1958 to 1963.

MOUNTBATTEN, Louis Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS ('Louis Battenburg') to 'My dear Thomson', 4 pages 8vo (traces of old mounting slightly affecting the signature), Admiralty, 8 September 1904.

MOUNTBATTEN, Louis Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Louis Battenburg') to 'Dear Thomson', 2 pages 8vo (signature spilling onto the third page), London, 14 October 1894.

MOUNTBATTEN, Lord Louis, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Ronald Duncan with autograph superscription and corrections, 1 page folio, on official Flag Officer Commanding writing paper, 21 May 1949.

MULLER, William John (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS about his eight-month expedition to Turkey with the archaeologist Charles Fellows, 7 pages 4to (one a little frayed), Xanthus, Lycia, 1833 & 1844.

MUNNINGS, Sir Alfred James (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Alfred J. Munnings PRA / June 26, 44') on paper, mounted on an album leaf.

MUNNINGS, Sir Alfred James (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to G[eorge] H[erbert] B[uckingham] Holland (1901-1987, painter), 23 May [1931] and 29 December 1936.

MUNRO, Hugh Andrew Johnstone (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lawley, 2 pages 8vo with note of identification on the third and fourth pages, presumably by Lawley himself, Trinity College, 22 October 1883.

MUNTHE, Axel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Ollivant, 4 pages 8vo (spike hole), Stockholms Slott, 'Sunday', no date

MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, Museum of Practical Geology (blind stamp), 26 February 1864. With an envelope front to Edward Wood, perhaps the recipient.

MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James Martin, 1 page 8vo, 16 Belgrave Square, 'Christmas Day 1868'.

MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the Duke of Sutherland, 1 page 8vo, 16 Belgrave Square, no date

MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Smith, 2 pages 8vo (note of identification in another hand at the top), no place, 22 December 1862.

MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Smith, 1½ pages 8vo, no place, 22 December 1862.

MURDOCH, Dame Iris (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Pippa ?Uce, 1 page small 4to on blue paper, 30 Charlbury Road, Oxford, 18 September no year

MURDOCH, Dame Iris (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Lindsay, 1 page 4to (oblong), Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, no date

MURDOCH, Dame Iris (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Brian Pearce] on two sides of a correspondence card, no salutation, no place, no date

MURDOCH, Dame Iris (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph by Studio Edmark of Oxford, signed on the reverse and inscribed, together with an ALS of 1½ pages 8vo, Steeple Aston, Oxford, 1 November no year

MURDOCH, Dame Iris (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to E. Randell, postmarked Oxford, date smudged and unreadable.

MURRAY, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Document Signed, 1 page folio, Headquarters, 16 May 1813.

[MURRAY, John] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Murray's son Alexander Henry Hallam Murray from R H B Larkin, 6 pages 8vo, Clapham Park, 9 May 1908, with a reply form letter from Murray.

MURRAY, John Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his son, John Murray III (1808-1892), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (bearing traces of mounting), Albemarle Street, 10 March 1834.

MURRAY, John Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.L. Adolphus, 2 pages 8vo, Albemarle Street, 11 October 1825.

MURRAY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Cuthbert Collingwood (presumably the naturalist, 1826-1908), 2½ pages 8vo, 50 Albemarle Street, 'April', no date

MURRAY, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and TLS to the Rev C. Haldon, 2 pages 4to, 50 Albemarle Street, 2 March and 21 July 1922.

MURRY, John Middleton (This is a link to the full description)
Poignant ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 2 pages 8vo on writing paper of The Athenaeum, 8 March 1920.

MUSICIANS (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of cut signatures of late 19th century and early 20th century musicians laid down on a 4to album leaf.

MUSSET, Paul de (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to his sister, Lardin de Musset in London, 4 pages 8vo with envelope, Bourron, 23 August 1874.

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NABHA, Hira Singh (This is a link to the full description)
LS in native alphabet to 'My dear Friend, 1 page 8vo on gold embossed writing paper (border added later), Nabha, 1 January 1902.

NAGLE, Sir Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 27 April 1813.

NANGLE, The Rev Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Stuart, 1 page 8vo, Achill, 26 March 1840.

NANSEN, Fridtjof (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an 8vo sheet of Royal Societies Club, St James's Street writing paper, laid down on an album leaf with a printed biography of the explorer.

NANSEN, Fridtjof (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong) on the reverse of a piece of writing paper from 6 Bentinck Villas, Newcastle-on-Tyne, no date

NAPIER, Sir Charles James (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Hogarth, 3½ pages 8vo, Newport, Isle of Wight, 18 March 1851.

NAPIER, Sir Charles James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to ?Newbolt, 1 page 8vo (stain on right hand margin, recipient's note at the head), no place, 1 October 1852.

NAPIER, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, no place, 2 June 1860.

NAPIER, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Peake, 1 page 8vo, no place, 15 February 1859.

NAPIER, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Grant, 2 pages 8vo, no date

NAPIER, Sir Charles James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS as Commander of the Northern District to [Sir Edward Charles] Whinyates, 1 page folio with integral address-leaf, Calveley [Hall], 11 August 1841.

NAPIER OF MAGDALA, Robert Cornelis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Airey (Baron Airey, 1803-1881, army officer), together with Airey's letter to 'Military Secretary', 2 pages 8vo, 6 March 1878.

NAPIER, Sir William Francis Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his publisher [John] Chapman, 3 pages 8vo, Scinde House, April 1852.

NAPIER, Sir William Francis Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wilson, 1 page 8vo, no place, no date ['1841' in another hand].

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS (a bold 'Nap' at the foot) to Monsieur le Comte Collin, 1 page 4to with integral blank, Trianon, 4 August 1810.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S ('Bonaparte'), to Songis de Courbon, 2 pages folio, (traces of former mount, ink stain) Tortone, 28 prairal an IV [16 June 1796].

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Unpublished LS ('Np') to the Duc de Feltre, Minister of War, 1 page 4to, Paris, 18 January 1813.

[NAPOLEON I] (This is a link to the full description)
Important Document Signed by General Martin Vignolle (1763-1824), 1½ pages folio, 'Armée de Batavie en Camp d'Utrecht', 3 Prairial an 12 [23 May 1804].

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed ('Nap' with an (original) ink spot) in French to his stepson, Prince Eugène, Viceroy of Italy ('My fils') 2 pages 4to, Bayonne, 16 May 1808.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed ('NP') in French, to the Duc de Feltre, Minister of War, 1 page 4to, Saint Cloud, 8 April 1813.

[NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Important letter from Dr Archibald Arnott to his wife in the month of Napoleon's death, 4 pages 4to including address panel (splitting repaired), cross-written.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S ('Bonaparte') with an autograph sentence written from Malta, 1 page folio with vignette heading, Malta, 30 prairial an VI [18 June 1798].

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('N' with a flourish), 3 pages large folio (a few light repairs, slight soiling), Fontainebleau, 24 October 1810.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Np' with a flourish), 1 page folio with integral blank, Porto ferrajo [Portoferraio], 12 August 1814.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Endorsement Signed ('Accorde N') on a letter addressed to him by his cabinet secretary, 1 page folio with integral blank leaf, 10 April 1809.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('N' with a flourish) to [Henri-Jacques-Guillaume] Clarke, Duc de Feltre (1765-1818, Marshal of France), 1 page 4to, Paris, 25 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('N' with a flourish) to [Henri-Jacques-Guillaume] Clarke, Duc de Feltre (1765-1818, Marshal of France), 1 page 4to, Paris, 26 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('N' with a flourish) to [Henri-Jacques-Guillaume] Clarke, Duc de Feltre (1765-1818, Marshal of France), 1 page 4to, Paris, 26 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS to ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 27 February 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy LS ('N' with a smudge) to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 4 pages 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 26 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np' with a smudge) to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 26 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 2 pages 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 28 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 28 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 29 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 30 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 30 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Np') to Clarke, Duke of Feltre, 1 page 4to with a note pinned to the foot, Paris, 31 March 1813.

NAPOLEON I (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Napole' with a flourish) to Marshal Clarke, Duke of Feltre and Minister of War, 2 pages 4to, Fontainebleau, 22 October 1810.

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important official copy of the otherwise unknown letter by Napoleon concerning the Retreat from Moscow, 2½ pages folio, 'à Moscou, le 16 octobre 1812'.

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large signature ('Napoleon') as emperor, in ink, from the foot of a document, dated at St Cloud, 8 Germinal An 13 [29 March 1805].

NAPOLEON III (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('L. Napoléon') to the banker Macaire in Constance, ½-page 8vo with address-leaf (small printed description pasted to the head), Aremenberg, October 1832.

NARES, Sir George Strong (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a bookseller, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, HMS Alert, Portsmouth, 24 May 1875.

NASH, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to the Earl of Caledon, 2 closelyb written pages 4to with address-leaf, Dover Street, 25 November 1815.

NASH, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, Pavillion, Brighton, 30 October 1819.

NASH, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Phillips, 1 page 12mo with integral address-leaf (trimmed, old repairs to the reverse), no place, 20 April 1825.

NASMYTH, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr [S.A.] Garnett, 6 pages 8vo, Bailey's Hotel, London, 28 April 1877. With thumbprint ('Hys marke') under the signature.

NASMYTH, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to T[homas] O[ldham] Barlow (1824-1889, mezzotint engraver), 1 page 8vo, Penshurst, Kent, 1 April 1869.

NASMYTH, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Samuel?] Smiles, 4 pages 8vo, Penshurst, Kent, 22 November 1887.

NASMYTH, James (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 8vo on paper with the headed vignette of his home, 'Hammerfield', Penshurst, but from Cambridge, 2 October 1862.

NAVAL DOCUMENT (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by Admiral Sir William Young and others, 2 pages folio (tears in the folds), Admiralty Office, 14 December 1799.

NAVILLE, Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, no place, 22 March 1877.

THE NAVY BOARD, 1678 (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by four members of the board, 1 page folio with remains (only) of the endorsement from the second leaf, Navy Office, 17 March 1678/9.

[ASAF JAH VII, NIZAM OF HYDERABAD] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from the Nizam's wife to Lady Chelmsford (wife of the viceroy), 1 page 4to (note of identification at the head, filing hole), 22 January 1918.

NEAGLE, Dame Anna (This is a link to the full description)
2 TLsS to Miss [Elise] Gordon, 1 page 4to & 1 page 8vo, Park Street and the Adelphi Theatre, 13 August 1957 and 18 July 1969.

NEAGLE, Dame Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Chesterman, 8 January no year

NEEDHAM, Joseph Terrence Montgomery (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to R.L. Ager of the Leicester Literary & Philosophical Society, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, 30 May 1949.

NELSON, The Rev Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent 2 pages 4to (note of indentification in ink at the head), Bath, 25 April 1779.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS (with the right hand, 'Horatio Nelson'), to John Udney at Bastia, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Captain, Leghorn Roads, 3 September 1796.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed ('Horatio Nelson') with his right hand to Rear Admiral Robert Linzee, 1 page 4to, Agamemnon, Mortello Bay, 2 February 1794.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature ('Nelson & Bronte'), dated, in another hand, 3 April 1804, ca 50 x 95 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ['Nelson & Bronte'] to Captain [(Sir) William] Hoste (1780-1828), 1 page 4to with integral blank leaf, on board the Victory (off Cadiz), 9 October 1805.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS ('Bronte Nelson of the Nile'), to Sir Alexander John Ball, 1 page 4to with blank leaf and an endorsement on the second page, Gozo, 22 May 1800.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Nelson from James Schaw, surgeon of the Madras, 3 pages 8vo, Malta, 7 August 1803, with two endorsements by Nelson.

[NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Letter concerning the grant of an earldom to Nelson's brother, William, immediately after Trafalgar, no date (1805-1806).

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Nelson & Bronte') from a letter dated from the Victory, 10 October 1805, rather browned, split in the centre and laid down on old card.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (with the left hand, 'Nelson & Bronte') to Colonel Lean, 2 pages 4to with integral second leaf bearing a contemporary docket, Victory, 16 January 1805.

[NELSON, Horatio, Viscount] (This is a link to the full description)
Near-contemporary copy of Nelson's Memorial to the King (George III), 2 pages folio with second leaf (detached, splits in the folds), October 1797.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (written on the right hand side of the page), on board HMS Victory, ?Mezzoschisto [? Sardinia], 15 January 1804.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
LS, addressed to Thomas Graves, rear-admiral of the white, 1 page folio with endorsed second leaf, on board HMS St George, Kioge Bay, 5 May 1801.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed admiral, ½-page 4to (two ink-stains not affecting the text) with contemporary endorsement dated 18 August [1801, '4 oClock Medusa'.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Horatio Nelson' with the right hand) to Thomas Pollard, merchant, in Leghorn, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, [Camp, near Calvi, Corsica], 14 July 1794.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Nelson & Bronte' with the left hand) to Captain Webley of H.M. Sloop Savage, 1 page 4to with endorsed second leaf, Medusa, Nore, 11 August 1801.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('Horatio Nelson' with the left hand), 1 page 4to (oblong, rather soiled but professionally restored), no place, no date

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., text in the hand of John Scott, 2 pages folio, Victory, 1 August 1803.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address-panel to Edward Waller at the Circus, Exeter, dated from Plymouth Dock, 19 January 1801, with the rare signature 'Nelson'.

NELSON, Horatio, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Nelson & Bronte') to Sir Richard Strachan Bt. (1760-1828, naval officer), 1 page 4to, Victory, off Toulon, 6 October 1803.

NELSON, Horatio, third Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [name illegible], 1¼ pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Trafalgar, 8 April no year

NELSON, The Rev William, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 4to, London, 14 May 1810.

NESSELRODE, Count Karl Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS in French (one incomplete, dust stains on one), to Loftus and 'My Lord' (?Strangford), 5½ pages 4to and 8vo, St Petersburg and Peterhoff, 1828 and

NESSELRODE, Count Karl Robert (This is a link to the full description)
LS, in English, to Moseley, 1 page 4to, St Petersburgh, 23 December 1853/4 January 1854.

NEUKOMM, Chevalier Sigismund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), 17 Charlotte Street, Portland Place, [1837].

NEVILLE, Richard Cornwallis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo, Audley End, 3 September no year

NEWBOLT, Sir Henry John (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS to Miss Farrar, his typist, 8 pages 8vo, Netherhampton House, Salisbury, 1915 to 1917 where dated.

NEWCASTLE, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Sharpe, 2 pages 4to with annotation on the third page, Newcastle House, 14 June 1754.

ST MARY'S CATHEDRAL, NEWCASTLE (This is a link to the full description)
Volume of correspondence relating to the early history of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Newcastle, ca 1842, with later material up to ca 1890.

NEWMAN, Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a typewritten letter and laid down on an album leaf, ca 125 x 80 mm (4½ x 3 inches).

NEWMAN, Francis William (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to 'My dear Edward', 4 pages 8vo, 7 P[ark] V[illage] E[ast], Regents Park, 14 February 1853.

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to an unnamed potential donor, 3 pages 8vo (some corners damaged), the Oratory, Birmingham 4 August 1850.

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev R.A. Armstrong, 2 page 8vo with second leaf laid down, 23 March 1887.

[NEWMAN, John Henry] (This is a link to the full description)
Letter signed by seventeen members of the Oxford Union, 1¼ pages 8vo, presenting 'Parochial Sermons' to the Union Library, no place [Oxford], 25 February no year

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the publisher [Basil Montagu] Pickering (1836-78), 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, The Oratory [Birmingham], 3 June 1875.

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('John Henry Card. Newman') to Dr T. Colcott Fox, 1 page 8vo with envelope (the latter dust-soiled), Birmingham 28 September 1882.

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev Thomas L. Montefiore, 1½ pages 8vo with envelope-front (small glue spots on the reverse of the blank leaf only), Birmingham, 15 April 1863.

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and conclusion cut from the foot of a letter (notes of identification in another hand in ink).

NEWMAN, John Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note 'with Card. Newman's compliments', no date

NEWMAN, John Henry, Cardinal. (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the publishers Williams and Norgate, 1 page 8vo (tipped to an album leaf), The oratory, Birmingham, 10 July 1877.

NEWMAN, John Henry, Cardinal. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Mr Lewin', 1 page 16mo, no place, 2 February no year [watermark 1851].

NEWMAN, John Henry, Cardinal (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('John H Newman / of the Oratory') to [name cut out], 1 page 8vo, O[rator]y Birmingham, 3 October ['Sept' deleted] 1855.

NEWMAN, John Henry, Cardinal (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, The Oratory, 9 September 1880.

NEWTON, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Professor [Richard] Owen, 2½ pages 8vo, Magdalene College [Cambridge], 8 March 1868, a note of identification at the head.

NEWTON, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his friend John Ryland, 1 page 4to with address (name only) and endorsements on the reverse, worn in the folds, ['May 10 (1773)'].

NEWTON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Peter Phillips, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf and penny-red stamp, Southport, 22 September 1852.

NEWTON, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Affidavit Signed, 1 page folio (browned, ragged edge), Stepney, 1 June 1698.

NEWTON, Sir William John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow artist David Roberts, 1 page 8vo (envelope-front with red wax seal pasted to the second, blank sheet), 6 Argyll Street, 23 May 1848.

NEWTON, Sir William John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain Wilson, 3½ pages 8vo with address wrapper, 6 Argyll Street, 19 August 1834.

NEWTON, Sir William John (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to R. Hunt (perhaps Robert Hunt (1807-1887, photographer), 4 pages 8vo, 6 Argyll Street, 1 March 1856.

NICHOLAS I (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to General Alexander von Benckendorff, 3 pages 4to with envelope (in Cyrillic), Peterhof, 3 July 1837. Small tear professionally repaired but in fine condition.

NICHOLSON, Benjamin Lauder ('Ben') (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ackroyd, 1 page 4to, Chy an Kerris, Headland Road, Carbis Bay, St Ives, 8 July no year

NICHOLS, John Gough (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Dean of Hereford, 4 pages 8vo, 15 Parliament Street, 31 July 1841. Minuted at the head in pencil 'I did not like to send this'.

NICHOLS, John Gough (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to (John George) Cochrane (1781-1852, secretary and first librarian of the London Library), 1 page 8vo with integral blank.

NICHOLSON, Norman (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Norman') to Joan Forman, 7 pages 8vo (oblong), Millom, 17 January 1955.

NICOLAS, Sir Nicholas Harris (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, Kew, 20 June 1825.

NICOLSON, Sir Harold George (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Dr Madol, 1 page 8vo, 4 King's Bench Walk, 9 March 1937.

NICOLSON, Sir Harold George (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Dr Madol, 1 page 4to, House of Commons, 5 January 1938.

NICOLSON, Sir Harold George (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Miss Everett, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 10 Neville Terrace, Onslow Gardens, 27 October 1949.

NIEBUHR, Barthold George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (small split in one fold and some marginal annotations), no place 1 December 1830. With transcription and translation.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W. Martin Wood, 3 pages 8vo, 10 South Street, 15 May 1883.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Florence Nightingale') in pencil to Dr John Elliott, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (small rust stains), 35 South Street, Park Lane, 5 June 1874.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a letter with a few words ('when we meet / Yours sincerely / F Nightingale'), laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Good, long ALS to John Laird Mair Lawrence (1811-1879, first Lord Lawrence), 4½ pages 8vo on black-edged writing-paper, 32 South Street, 26 April 1864.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS (name of the recipient scored out), 4 pages 8vo, 35 South Street, Park Lane, 16 February 1867.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Caldesi, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with blank leaf, 27 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, 25 February 1865.

[NIGHTINGALE, Florence] (This is a link to the full description)
Eight telegrams to Dr De'ath from Florence Nightingale and others (received copies only - in the hand of the telegraph clerk), 1892-1898.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
LS, on a printed form with thirty autograph words, 1 page 8vo, London, 8 July 1878.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front to Miss Eleanor Martin, and signed in the lower left hand corner with the date '27/6/88', (tattered at the top and a little soiled).

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Fine long ALS to Mr Hayward at Lea School, 7 pages 8vo with envelope, 10 South Street, Park Lane, 2 July 1881.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph note signed, from Scutari, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 25 July 1856.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, probably cut from the foot of a letter, closely trimmed (affecting two letters), with the remains of former mount on the reverse.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Martin Wood of the East India Association, 2 pages 8vo with envelope (re-addressed in another hand), 10 South Street, Park Lane, no date

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Constance, Marchioness of Lothian, 1 page 8vo (some traces of mounting on the reverse only), 10 South Street, Park Lane, 13 July 1879.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink with subscription evidently from the foot of a letter (one vertical crease, laid down), no date

[NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Florence Nightingale's sister, Lady Verney, to Miss Short, 2 pages 8vo, 92 South Street, 3 March no year

[NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Florence Nightingale's mother, Frances, to an unnamed correspondent, Embley, Romsey, 11 December 1860.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ANS in pencil to Miss Daisy Ord, 1 page 8vo with envelope (traces of mounting on reverse, browned and spotted), 10 South Street, 25 February 1899.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alex[ander] H[ay] Japp (1836-1905, author & publisher), 1 page 8vo (oblong, very small fragment lacking at the top), 35 South Street, 16 May 1878.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Elizabeth Herbert (widow of Sidney Herbert)] ('Dearest'), 3 pages 8vo, 35 South Street, Park Lane, 5 September 1867.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Elizabeth Herbert, widow of Sidney Herbert] ('Dearest'), 3½ pages 8vo, 35 South Street, Park Lane, 1 August 1868.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Elizabeth Herbert, widow of Sidney Herbert] ('Dearest'), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 35 South Street, Park Lane, 1 August 1869.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent [?Sir Henry Storks], 1½ pages 4to with integral blank, 22 Albemarle Street, 9 February 1856.

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to her Aunt Jenny, 6 pages 8vo on one bifolum and a leaf torn from another (possibly incomplete at the join), 'Sat'y night', 22 July [1843].

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (This is a link to the full description)
Signature with subscription cut from the foot of a letter and laid down at the foot of a photograph of Florence Nightingale, 'ca 1855' in another hand.

NIKISCH, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation, signed in ink and dated London 22 May 1909. ½-page 8vo.

NILSSON, Christine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, to Lady Malmesbury, 2 pages 8vo, 'Ce Mardi', no date

NILSSON, Christine (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, to an unnamed Countess, 1½ pages 8vo, no place, 'Lundi' no date

NIXON, Richard Milhous (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (secretarial signature) to Eric Underwood, ½-page 4to, United States Senate [Washington, D.C.], 12 February 1951.

NIXON, Richard Milhous (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (autopen) to the artist Frank O. Salisbury, 1 page 4to on writing paper of the Office of the Vice President, 30 December 1958.

NOEL, Baptist Wriothesley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo (blank leaf tipped onto the remains of an album leaf), Hornsey, 17 July no year

NOEL, Baptist Wriothesley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (small piece missing from the third page), Walthamstow, 2 December [1840].

NORDENSKJOLD, Nils A Edward, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('A E Nordenskjold') in Swedish, to his brother, 2 pages 8vo, Eukopring, 18 May 1886.

NORRIS, William Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Six ALsS to Miss Pearl, in all 15 pages 8vo with two envelopes, Mount Street, Underbank, Torquay and Alvington, 31 May 1891 to 6 August 1894, where dated.

NORTH, Brownlow (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('B. Winchester') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, Farnham, 24 December 1798.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with revenue stamps, Whitehall, 1 September 1778 (a little soiled). Signed also by two others.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with revenue stamps, Whitehall, 17 June 1773 (a little foxed). Signed also by two others.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with blue revenue stamps, Whitehall, 3 June 1772. Signed also by three others.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with revenue stamps, Whitehall, 3 June 1772 (rather foxed overall). Signed also by three others.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with blue revenue stamps, Whitehall, 1 August 1777. Signed also by two others.

NORTH, Frederick, Second Earl of Guilford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, partially printed, with revenue stamps, Whitehall, 28 June 1768 (North's signature rather faint).

NORTON, Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS apparently to the Dutch ambassador, 4 pages 8vo on gilt-edged writing-paper, 'Sunday' ca 1856.

NORTON, Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Collier, 3 pages 8vo on decorative writing-paper (very slight damage to one edge), 3 Chesterfield Street, no date

NORTON, Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Parker, 3¼ pages 8vo (somewhat tattered, what looks suspiciously like a cigarette burn in one corner), 3 Chesterfield Street, 22 December 1856.

NORTON, Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 12mo, no place, 'Sunday January', no date

NORTON, Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the sculptor, [Sir Richard] Westmacott (1775-1856), 1 page 8vo, 6 April no year

NORWICH CATHEDRAL (This is a link to the full description)
Ichnography of Norwich Cathedral, in pencil, on a large sheet ca 411 x 335 mm. (16 x 14 inches), on a scale of 40 feet to an inch.

NOTTINGHAM, Charles Howard, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Notingham'), 1 page 4to (oblong), 1615.

NOVELLO, Ivor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('All good wishes / Ivor Novello') on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

NOVELLO, Ivor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('All good wishes / Ivor Novello') on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

NOVELLO, Ivor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('My best wishes to you / Ivor Novello') in pencil, ca 85 x 11 mm (3½ x 4½ inches.

NOVELLO, Ivor (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph boldly signed in ink (very slight marks on the image). With the original autograph envelope to Miss Mary Grundy in Southport.

NOVELLO, Sabilla (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Old Manor House, Beckenham, Kent, 31 July 1875.

NOVELLO, Vincent (This is a link to the full description)
The English Musical Gazette: or, Monthly Intelligencer, January to July 1819, Novello's copy inscribed and signed inside the front cover.

NOVIKOFF, Olga (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs A Merrillers, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 23 April 1892.

NUREVEY, Rudolph (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph of Nurevey at full length in costume, 245 x 197 mm (ca 8½ x 9 inches), signed in ball-point pen at the foot (on the stage area).

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OATES, Lawrence Edward Grace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in ink, ('L E G Oates') to his mother, 3 pages 8vo with envelope, Gestingthorpe Hall, Castle Hedingham, Essex, 19 November 1901.

OATES, Lawrence Edward Grace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs W.H. King of Cardonagh, County Donegal, 2 pages 8vo with envelope Gestingthorpe Hall, postmark 28 August 1909.

OBERLIN, John Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Short autograph homily signed, in French, 1 page 8vo with a pencil outline of Oberlin's profile, Waldbach au Bain de la Roche, 12 June 1820.

OBERON, Merle (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

O'BRIEN, Sir Lucius Henry, Bt. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Eden, 2 pages 4to, Dublin, 27 February 1781.

O'BRIEN, Peter, Baron O'Brien (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Major General Davies, 2 pages 8vo on embossed writing paper of the Queen's Bench Division, Ireland, 21 March no year

O'BRIEN, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Frank ?Jones, 1 page 8vo on embossed writing paper of the House of Commons Library, 15 January 1916.

O'CASEY, Sean (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Bethel Solomons, 2 sides (two vertical creases and some wear), Hillcrest, Chalfont St Giles, 4 March 1934.

O'CONNELL, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front bearing the name 'Thomas Hutton Esq / etc etc etc', signed in the lower left-hand corner.

O'CONNELL, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James ?Ingram (O'Connell's hand is very difficult), 1 page 4to with address-leaf (the latter torn, not affecting the text), Cork, 18 August 1822.

O'CONNELL, Daniel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Duncannon, 1 page 8vo, 16 Pall Mall, 9 April 1840.

O'CONNOR, Sir Luke (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Knightley, 3 pages 8vo on writing paper of the Baslow Hydropathic Establishment, with vignette, 1 December 189_ (last digit missing).

O'CONNOR, Sir Luke (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Knightley, 2½ pages 8vo, on writing paper of the Eccles Hotel, Glengarriff, Co. Cork, 24 November no year

O'CONNOR, Thomas Power (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hutton, 2 pages 8vo, 38 Grosvenor Road, Westminster, 28 November no year

O'CONNOR, Thomas Power (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Wilde (1821-1896, poet, mother of Oscar Wilde), 4 pages 8vo, 3 Barnards Inn, Holborn, 11 December no year

O'CONNOR, Thomas Power (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the editor of Time, 1 page 4to (rough at the edges), on embossed writing paper of the House of Commons, 2 April no year

ODELL, Noel Ewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Bushell, 2 pages 8vo (some traces of former mounting on the back), 182 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, 13 December 1932.

O'DUFFY, Eimar Ultan (This is a link to the full description)
Lengthy ALS to Straus, 4 separate pages 4to, 65 King's Road, Byfleet, 24 July 1933.

OERSTED, Hans Christian (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) in English, to Parkes, ½-page 8vo (trimmed), no place, 22 May 1827.

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Large fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars from his opera Orphee aux enfers, 230 x 310 mm. (ca 9 x 12 inches), inscribed and dated at Berlin 21 January 1863.

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to a friend and musical collaborator, 4 closely written pages 8vo, Bouffes-Parisiens, Paris, ca 1864.

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph music manuscript, written on 3 staves at the top of a folio leaf (remainder torn away, presumably by the composer), no date

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph music manuscript, 1 page 4to (oblong) on 14-stave music paper, no place, no date

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to a friend ('Cher ami'), 1 page 8vo (small hole in upper right hand corner, remains of an album leaf on the back), no place, 23 May 1862.

OFFENBACH, Jacques (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars (treble clef with words below), boldly signed, and inscribed 'Chanson de Fortanio', 1 page 8vo (oblong), no date

O'GRADY, Standish James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in pencil to [Alfred Perceval] Graves, 2 pages 8vo (filing hole), 107 Anglesea Road [Dublin], 'Thursday', no date

OISTRAKH, David (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mr R Shaberman, 1 page 4to, 28 February 1961.

OISTRAKH, David (This is a link to the full description)
Reproduction photograph (taken from a Royal Festival Hall programme, 1962), showing Oistrakh with his son, Igor, signed below.

OLCOTT, Henry Steel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Friend'), 1 page 8vo with an embossed Celtic cross at the head, Paris, 5 May 1903.

OLCOTT, Henry Steel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Merville, 3 pages 8vo (torn in the folds of the second sheet), Adyar, Madras, 21 November 1888.

OLGA CONSTANTINOVNA OF RUSSIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Olga'), no superscript, in French, 1 page 8vo with coronetted monogram (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Petersburg, no date

OLIPHANT, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Taylor, 2 pages 8vo, The Crescent, Windsor, 15 October no year

OLIPHANT, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [James] Payn (1830-1898, novelist and editor), 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Villa l'Espérance, Nice, 23 March no year

OLIVIER, Sir Laurence (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on the reverse of printed message requesting a donation to the Actors' Benevolent Fund in return for a signed photograph.

OLIVIER, Sir Laurence and Vivien Leigh (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for the production of Antony and Cleopatra at the St James's Theatre, first performance 11 May 1951, signed by both and by Robert Helpman.

O'MEARA, Barry Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Roy, 1 page 4to (repaired, small piece missing, not affecting the text), Montague Square, 3 March no year [postmarked 1827].

OMER PASHA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Omer') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (printed note of identification at the head), Cambridge, 12 July no year

OMMANNEY, Sir Erasmus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Master George Page', 1 page 8vo, The Towers, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 22 April 1880.

OMPTEDA, Lt. Colonel Ferdinand, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), in English, to Spring Rice, 1 page 8vo, Grosvenor Place, 13 February 1836.

OMPTEDA, Lt.Colonel Ferdinand, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio, 44 Grosvenor Place, 8 September 1831.

ONDRICEK, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in German, to 'Geehrter Fraülein!', 3 pages 8vo, 1 Manchester Street, Manchester Square, no date

O'NEIL, Henry Nelson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H. Graves, 1 page 8vo, 7 Victoria Road, Kensington, 18 May no year

O'NEILL, Eugene (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to Albert Deane of the Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, 1 page 8vo, Hotel Wentworth, New York, 20 January 1928.

ONIONS, Charles Talbut (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C.E. Williams, 2 pages 8vo (oblong), on writing paper of the Oxford English Dictionary, Old Ashmolean, Broad Street, Oxford, 8 April 1925.

ONIONS, George Oliver (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Bramley, 1 page 4to (a photo of Onions adhering to the foot), Manor Cottage, Clewer Green, Windsor, 31 December 1930.

ONSLOW, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Baron de Fremont, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf (some discolouration from former mounting), Chalandrat, 1 September 1834.

ONSLOW, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 4to, Treasury Chambers, 5 July 1766.

OPIE, Amelia (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, valediction and last five lines from a letter.

OPIE, Amelia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('young friend'), 2 pages 16mo on grey writing paper, 14 January ?1842.

OPIE, Amelia (This is a link to the full description)
Part of an autograph manuscript, 2 pages 4to (a note of identification written across the text), no place, no date

OPIE, Amelia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear creature' (identified as Mrs Reynolds, traces of former mounting on the back, irregularly cut margin), 1 page 8vo, no place, 'Monday' no date

ORAGE, Alfred Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, on writing paper of The New Age, 12 March 1917.

ORCZY, Emma Magdalena, Baroness Orczy (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Tyrwhitt-Drake, on a correspondence card, Snowfield, Bearsted, Maidstone, 19 July 1911.

ORCZY, Emma Magdalena, Baroness Orczy (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to A.M. Campbell, 1 page 4to with envelope, Villa Bijou, Monte-Carlo, 16 March 1928.

ORCZY, Emma Magdalena, Baroness Orczy (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to the Rev. H. Crowson Muncey, 1 page large 4to, Villa Bijou, Monte Carlo, 30 March 1928.

ORD, Bernhard ('Boris') (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Boris') to Noel, 1 page 8vo, King's College, Cambridge, 18 December 1936.

ORD, William Miller (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to F.G. Parsons, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 37 Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, 19 December 1898.

ORDNANCE OFFICE (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Doc S by Hargrave, Bridges and Ousley, 1 page 4to, Office of Ordnance, 17 April 1713.

ORDNANCE OFFICE (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by Hargrave, Powther and Ja[mes] Craggs (the elder, 1657-1721, postmaster general), 1 page folio, Office of Ordnance, 14 June 1707.

ENGLISH ORGANISTS (This is a link to the full description)
Fine collection of twenty-two letters largely from organists, principally to Joshua D. Horwood, an organist and collector of musical memorabilia.

ORLEANS, Ferdinand Philippe, Duc d' (This is a link to the full description)
LS, no superscription, 1 page 4to with red wax seal, Palais des tuileries, 21 April 1839.

ORLEANS, Helene Louise, Duchesse d' (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Helene'), to 'ma chere cousine Auguste', 1 page 12mo with address-leaf, Ludwigslust, 9 March 1827.

ORLEANS, Phillip II, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his kinsman, [Charles Henri], Prince de Vaudemont (1649-1723), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (traces of mounting), a crescentin ce 28.

ORLEANS, Robert d', Duke of Chartres (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Madame'), 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (remains of red wax seal mounting on blank leaf), Morgan House, Ham, Surrey, 16 October 1869.

ORME, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wingrave, 1 page 4to, Great Ealing, 12 December 1794.

ORMEROD, George (This is a link to the full description)
Group of five ALsS to various correspondents, 8 pages 4to, mostly with address-leaves, Chorlton [House] (1, 1814) & Barnesville / Sedbury Park (4, 1826).

ORMONDE, James Butler, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Beginning and conclusion of a LS, joined together, ca 150 x 185 mm (6 x 7½ inches), Derby, 9 February 1673/4.

ORPEN, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to 'Raymond', 4 pages 4to, (some tears in the folds), 8 South Bolton Gardens, February 1929.

ORPEN, Sir William Newenham Montague (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear old Mollie', 1 page 8vo, 8 South Bolton Gardens, 19 December 1926.

ORPEN, Sir William Newenham Montague (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to the sculptor Everard Meynell (1882-1926), in all 3½ pages 8vo with one envelope, Eastwell Park, Ashford, Kent where stated, no dates.

ORTON, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Mrs E ?Hamnett, 3 pages 8vo (one slightly damaged and laid down), Court of the Queen's Bench and 34 Bessborough Street, 13 and 31 January 1874.

ORWELL, George (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to F D Barber together with correspondence from Barber, 1 page 8vo (oblong), on writing paper of The Tribune, 29 February 1944.

OSBORNE, Dorothy (This is a link to the full description)
Dorothy Osborne's copy of Ovid's Metamorphoses, signed by her ('D Osborne') on the frontispiece. Oxford, 1632.

OSBORNE, John (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [John] Rosselli, 1 page 8vo, Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, 24 September 1956.

OSBORNE, Lloyd (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mackay, 1 page 4to (small tear in one of the folds), 34 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, 30 June 1898.

OSBORN, Sherard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain [John] Washington (1800-1863, hydrographer), 3½ page 8vo, neatly inlaid, 24 Clifton Villas, Warwick Road, 'Wed', no date

OSBORNE, Sherard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Murray, 1 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (traces of former mounting on the reverse), 24 Clifton Villas, Warwick Road, 12 December 1869.

OSBORNE, Sherard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lucas, 2 pages 8vo, on embossed writing paper of the Junior United Service Club, 'Tuesday 29th' no date

O'SULLIVAN, Maureen (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small card, ca 45 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

OUIDA (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of Autograph Letters Signed ('Ouida') to Lady Anna Chandos Pole, comprising thirty-nine letters, mostly with envelopes, 1883-1886 where dated.

OUIDA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 4 pages 8vo (a square corner excised from the first page, along with one word from the second page), no place, no date

OUIDA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Sir'), 4 pages 8vo (former owner's note in pencil at the head), Villa del Corona, Bellosguardo, Florence, 18 January 1893.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Joyce, 1½ pages 8vo, Tenbury, 'Christmas Eve 1858'.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Alderson, 2½ pages 8vo, London, 9 May 1879.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo (soiled, the second, blank sheet torn off irregularly), embossed blue stamp of St Michael's College, 1 July 1880.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Fred', 2 pages 8vo with embossed stamp of St Michael's College, Tenbury, 10 January 1888.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo with embossed stamp of St Michael's College, Tenbury, 28 January 1887.

OUSELEY, Sir Frederick Arthur Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Dean [of Christ Church, Oxford], 4 pages 8vo (some dust-staining), Tenbury, 8 February 1870.

OUSELEY, Sir William Gore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, no place, 'Wednesday morning' no date

OUSELEY, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (seal tears at both sides with the loss of a few words), Crickhowell, Abergavenney, 24 July 1810.

OUTRAM, Sir James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Frere, 1 page 8vo (laid down, note of identification in the lower left hand corner), no place, no date

OWEN, Harold (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to [Geoffrey] Elborn, in all 4 pages 8vo, Rodgarden Shaw, Ipsden, Oxfordshire, 28 February to 7 April 1970.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Robinson, 4 pages 8vo, Sheen Lodge, Richmond Park, 19 January 1875.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs [E Ray?] Lankester, 3 pages 8vo, British Museum, 5 May 1866.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Willis, 2 pages 8vo, Sheen Lodge, Richmond Park, Mortlake, 8 October 1880.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
3 ALsS to members of the Behrens family, 5 pages 8vo and 5 pages 16mo, Sheen Lodge and British Museum, ca 1865 - 1885.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature with several words, cut from the foot of a letter, probably to his publisher, ca 50 x 110 mm (2 x 4½ inches).

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev T[homas] L. Montefiore in Charmouth, 4 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope-front (mounting on fourth page), British Museum, 31 January 1862.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Wood, 2 pages 8vo (laid down with the envelope-front), postmark Cirencester, 25 September 1864.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
A fine example of the iconic photograph of Owen by Barraud, 235 x 175 mm. (ca 9 x 7 inches), mounted on card with printed inscription.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph, a formal portrait by Elliott & Fry of the scientist seated in a chair reading a newspaper, wearing his characteristic cap.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'The Committee of the Amicable Society of Lancaster', 1 page 8vo, Royal College of Surgeons, 12 December 1842.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, British Museum, 5 October 1872.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Cope, 3 pages 8vo, College of Surgeons, 31 March 1845.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (perhaps Dr Robert Clarke of Settle), 1 page 8vo, British Museum 15 November 1864.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 3 pages 8vo, Sheen Lodge, Rchmond Park, 19 August 1861.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Baird (probably William Baird, 1803-1872, physician), 1 page 8vo (some browning), R[oyal] College of Surgeons, 9 September 1854.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Clarke, 1 page 8vo, British Museum (Natural History), 13 March 1883.

OWEN, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Benjamin Travers (1783-1858, surgeon), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Museum R[oyal] C[ollege] of Surgeons, 4 December no year (watermark 1843).

OWEN, William (This is a link to the full description)
Illustrated ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Salthaven, Kingsdown, Deal, 4 April 1911.

OXBERRY, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Son and Jack', 3 pages 8vo, Liverpool, [1832].

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PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature ('in kind remembrance of I J Paderewski') on a piece of blue writing paper.

PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, with a flourish, and several lines (in French) irregularly torn from the foot of a 4to letter.

PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Signed Photograph, half-length, the pianist resting his chin in his hand, ca 175 x 130 mm (7 x 6½ inches), dated 22 October 1931.

PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars (one stave) from Variations and Fugue in Eb (this the opening of the Fugue - in E flat minor), opus 23.

PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, half-length (small crease to upper right hand corner), signed in ink across the grey area of his coat and hence rather indistinct except in the original.

PADEREWSKI, Ignace (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and salutation in ink on an album leaf, dated at London 10 February 1925.

PAGANINI, Nicolo (This is a link to the full description)
Curiously bilingual autograph inscription 'Alla Signora Chatterton / avec les compliments de / Nicolo Paganini', on 1 page 8vo (oblong), no date

PAGANINI, Nicolo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in Italian to an unnamed correspondent ('Pregiatissimo Signore'), 1 page 4to (small photograph lightly attached), 98 Regent Street Quadrant, 20 June 1831.

PAGE, Sir (Frederick) Handley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Yrs ever / H.P.') with autograph superscript to the painter F[rank] O. Salisbury, 1 page 4to, Claremont Road, Cricklewood, 18 April 1958.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a letter ('Very truly yours / James Paget').

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Parsons, 1 page 8vo, Hanover Square, 13 March 1886.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madam'), 1 page 8vo, (a few spots), Harewood Place, 6 February 1882.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hastings, 1 page 8vo, Harewood Place, 20 October 1876.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jones, 1 page 8vo, 1 Harewood Place, Hanover Square, 28 April 1876.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS to Walter R[aleigh] Browne, in all 6 pages 8vo, 1 Harewood Place, Hanover Square, 21 February 1881 to 9 December 1882.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Scharlieb, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 1 Harewood Place, 6 May 1890.

PAGET, Sir James, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [probably to Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie (1783-1862, surgeon)], 1 page 8vo, 1 Harewood Place, Hanover Square, 7 July 1873.

PAGET, Violet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Elizabeth Lee (1857/8-1920, biographer and translator), Il Palmerino, San Gervasio, Florence, 15 November [1915].

PAGET, Violet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 2 pages 8vo on facing pages, 3 Challoner Street, West Kensington, 30 August no year

PAILTHORPE, F.W. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Maurice', 3 pages 8vo, 20 Amity Road, West Ham, no date

PAIN, Barry Eric Odell (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Seeker, 1 page 4to, 8 Langford Place, Hampstead, 22 April 1915.

PAISIELLO, Giovanni (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Caver Paisiello') on headed paper of the Società Reale di Napoli, to the Minister of the interior, 1 page folio, Naples, 28 August 1811.

PAKENHAM, Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Captain William Oldrey, 2½ pages 4to, Mexico, 31 August 1832.

PAKENHAM, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Wynne, 1 page 4to, no place, no date [received note on the reverse is dated 15 May 1815].

PALEY, Frederick Apthorp (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS to Cox, in all 12 pages 8vo, Cambridge, Poole and Apthorp, Boscombe, 1871, 1882 and 1885.

PALEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his son Edmund (1782-1850 - his father's biographer) at The Queen's College, Oxford, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Lincoln, 23 March 1805.

PALGRAVE, Francis Turner (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper (conjoint leaf missing, two filing holes, not affecting the text), 15 Cranley Place, Onslow Square, 18 June no year

PALGRAVE, William Gifford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Brothers', 4 pages 8vo, 'off Cape Matapan', 7 May 1872.

PALLES, Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, 'Clonmel on Circuit', 11 March 1874.

PALLISER, Mrs Bury (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, 13a Upper Brook Street, no date

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in French to Count Sebastiani, the French Ambassador, 2 pages 4to, Carlton Terrace, 11 January 1840, enclosing a list of the French Mediterranean f

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Grote, 2 pages 8vo, 94 Piccadilly, 21 June 1861.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
LS, partially printed and completed in a secretarial hand, to W P Mark, Her Majesty's Consul at Malaga, 1 page 4to, Foreign Office, 22 October 1850.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W[illiam] C[harles] Ross, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Stan[hope] Street, 13 December 1836.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Ellis, 1 page 8vo, Carlton Gardens, 25 June 1850.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Shelley', 2 pages 8vo with integral blank, Stan[hope] Street, 28 December 1824.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio, partially printed and completed by hand, 29 May 1816.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Lord] Raglan, 1½ pages 8vo, note at the top dates the letter at 11 January 1853.

PALMERSTON, Henry Temple, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J[oshua] Toulmin Smith (1816-1869, publicist and lawyer), 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf and original envelope, Carlton Gardens, 29 January 1852.

The Archive of Cecil Palmer (This is a link to the full description)
Substantial group of ca 265 letters addressed to the publisher Cecil Palmer, ca 1905-1930.

PALMER, Sir Roundell, Earl of Selbourne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd J.G. Lonsdale, 4 pages 8vo (notes of identification and receipt on the last page, affecting the signatrue), Lincoln's Inn, 11 April 1849.

PANIZZI, Sir Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Ford, 2 pages 8vo, British Museum, 10 August no year

PANKHURST, Dame Christabel Harriette (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature in ink on paper, mounted on an album leaf, no date

PANKHURST, (Estelle) Sylvia (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Foot, 1 page 8vo (oblong), on writing paper of the New Times and Ethiopia News, 31 December 1937 (torn in the left-hand margin, one file hole).

PAREPA-ROSA, Euphrosyne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, 50 Hunter Street, Brunswick Square, 25 April 1861.

PARIS, Louis Philippe, Comte de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French [to Lady Stanley of Alderley], 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, York House, Twickenham, 'lundi 1er Mai' no date

PARIS, Louis Philippe, Comte de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Colonel Maude at Buckingham Palace, 6 pages 8vo with envelope (paper-clip stain), Chateau de Seine Interieure, 13 October 1881.

PARK, Sir James Alan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Patterson, 2 pages 8vo, Bedford Square, 5 November 1830.

PARKER, Eric (Frederick Moore Searle) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wilfrid Meynell (1891-1975, typographer & publisher), 1 page 4to, Feathercombe, Hambledon, Godalming, 30 April 1926.

PARKER, Eric (Frederick Moore Searle) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Eric') to 'My dear Aunt Georgie', 2 pages 4to, Hôtel de l'Europe, Venice, 11 October 1922.

PARKER, Eric (Frederick Moore Searle) (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph extract from 'English Wild Life', signed at the foot, 1 page 8vo (remains of mounting tape on the reverse), no date

PARKER, Eric (Frederick Moore Searle) (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Wilfred] Meynell (1891-1975, typographer & publisher), 1 page 4to, Feathercombe, Hambledon, Godalming (blind stamp), 7 May 1926.

PARKER, Sir Gilbert, Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of twelve ALsS (six with initials), 2 LsS, 1 TLS to Miss Betty Ross with a TLS to Sir Owen Seaman, in all 30 pages 8vo, 1926 to 1931.

PARKER Sir Karl Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 5½ pages 8vo (held together with a staple), Ashmolean Museum, Department of Fine Art, 28 June 1934.

PARKES, Elizabeth Rayner [Bessie] (This is a link to the full description)
Good, long ALS ('Bessie Rayner Parkes') to an unnamed correspondent, 6½ pages 8vo, 2 Savile Row, 17 November 1852.

PARKES, Sir Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G. Marriott Smith, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, 43 Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, 24 April 1884.

PARKYNS, Mansfield (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript signed, 4 pages 8vo, held together with a brass eyelet, Woodborough Hall, 18 June 1859.

PARLEY, Peter (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph aphoristic advice signed ('Peter Parley'), 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), no place, 23 July 1839.

PARNELL, Charles Stewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas W. Johnson, 3 pages 8vo on black edged writing paper, London (blind stamp of the House of Commons), 17 August 1877.

PARNELL, Charles Stewart (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from a letter and mounted on a small piece of card, undated.

PARNELL, Charles Stewart (This is a link to the full description)
LS (rather faint signature in pencil), to W. Fells, 2 facing pages 8vo, London [blind stamp of the House of Commons], 15 March 1881.

PARNELL, Sir Henry Brooke (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas Spring-] Rice (first Baron Monteagle, at this time Chandellor of the Exchequer), 2 pages 8vo, Whitehall, 9 May 1838.

PARNELL, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Pigett Co, ½-page 4to with integral address-leaf, Weymouth, 3 October 1810.

PARR, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Richard Brinsley Sheridan, ½-page 8vo (lower panel removed), with address-leaf, 1 February 1892.

PARR, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, Hatton, 29 October 1811.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Percy] Buck, 2 pages 8vo (a little soiled), Royal College of Music, 6 February 1917.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Carl] Hentschel, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Royal College of Music, 16 May 1916.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Dr John E.] Borland (organist and composer), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Royal College of Music, 8 July 1908.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Dr John E.] Borland (organist and composer), 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper (lightly soiled), Royal College of Music, 1 April 1898.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
Testimonial signed for John E. Borland, 3 pages 4to on black-edged paper, Royal College of Music, no date

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Madame'), 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, second (blank) leaf missing, Royal College of Music, 28 December 1900.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow organist and composer Alan Gray (1855-1935), 3 pages 8vo (glue stains on the blank fourth page), Worthing, 23 April 1887.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Norris, 1½ pages 8vo, La Mortola, Ventimiglia, Italy, 10 April 1910.

PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Harwood, 2½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper (small hole on the last page), Royal College of Music, 29 July 1906.

[PARRY, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings (This is a link to the full description)
Archive of letters to Parry from Maude Herbert, written prior to their wedding in 1873, and from Maude's sister Mary.

PARRY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr Standigh, 1 page 8vo with envelope glued to the second, blank, page (stamp removed) on black-edged paper, Bedford Square, 7 May no year [watermark 1842].

PARRY, John Humffreys (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gilbert T. Farquahar, 2 pages 8vo (note of identifcation in ink at the head), 8 King's Bench Walk, Temple, 24 November 1875.

PARRY, Sir William Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir John Franklin, 1 page 8vo, Admiralty, 31 October no date

PARRY, Sir William Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Friend'), 3 pages 8vo, Admiralty (but giving his address as 6 Devonshire Place), 12 September 1844.

PARRY, Sir William Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS identified by a pencilled note as to the Rev Mr Sherer, 2½ pages 8vo (a little foxed on the first page), Stamford Hill, 23 October 1823.

PARRY, Sir William Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to (?John Wilson) Croker, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), New Street, 5 November '10½ a.m.' no year

PARSONS, Alfred William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hunt, 1 page 8vo, 54 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, 17 February no year

PARSONS, Alfred William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Messel, 1 page 8vo (some foxing, traces of former mounting), as from Garston, Frome, 26 May 1899.

PARTRIDGE, Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Robt Barr, 3 pages 8vo, 29 April 1896

PARTRIDGE, Sir Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward James] Milliken (1839-1897, editor of Punch), 3 pages 8vo, on writing paper of the National Club, as from St John's Wood, no date

PASCO, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter, dated in another hand 23 February 1841.

PASSPORT (This is a link to the full description)
British passport issued to Nigel Law 'travelling to London with despatches', large folio, given at Washington, 22 October 1917.

PASSPORT (This is a link to the full description)
Passport issued to George Blogg, 1 page folio with crest, given at the Foreign Office, London, 19 May 1879, with facsimile signature of Salisbury.

PASSPORT (This is a link to the full description)
Passport issued to George Blogg, 1 page folio with crest, given at the Foreign Office, London, 19 May 1879, with facsimile signature of Lord Salisbury.

PASTERNAK, Boris (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS in English to Miss Gunnel Hedsorg in Gothenburg, 1 page 4to in purple ink with envelope bearing seven Russian postage stamps, 2 September 1959.

PASTEUR, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Walter Raleigh Browne], 1 page 8vo (small repairs to the folds), Paris, 16 May 1882.

PASTEUR, Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in French, to 'Mon cher directeur', 1 page 8vo, Arbois (Jura), 30 September 1887.

PATER, Walter Horatio (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Mr Barnes, 1 page 8vo (a little foxed), 15 May, no year

PATEY, Madame Janet Monach (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 pages 8vo, The Lodge, Blindley Heath, Redhill, 12 June 1881.

PATEY, Madame Janet Monach (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the composer [Lawrence] Kellie, 3½ pages 8vo, The Lodge, Blindley Heath, Godstone, 16 May 1890.

PATMORE, Coventry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to James Speirs, 1 page 8vo, Lymington, Hampshire, 26 July 1892.

PATMORE, Coventry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Richard] Garnett (1835-1906, man of letters and keeper of printed books at the British Museum), 1 page 8vo, Battle, 14 June 1888.

PATON, Sir Joseph Noel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the engraver Horace Harral, 2 pages 8vo (small rust stain), 33 George Square, Edinburgh, 10 February 1863.

PATRICK, James McIntosh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Wadkin Ltd, 1¼ pages 4to, The Shrubbery, 67 Magdalen Yard Road, Dundee, 24 January 1951 (received stamp).

PATTI, Adelina (This is a link to the full description)
Full signature ('Adelina Patti / Baroness Cederström'), dated 4 January 1905 (closely trimmed at the top).

PATTI, Adelina (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a Church of England Temperance Society souvenir card. 10 x 13 mm (4 x 5¼ inches), with some traces of former mounting, no date

PATTI, Adelina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English ('Adelina de Caux') to Madame Schilizzi, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, (remains of mounting on reverse), 'Saturday morning', no date

PATTI, Adelina (This is a link to the full description)
A small collection including an ALS ('Adelina Patti'), 2 pages 16mo, sending tickets for th following night, 4 July no year

PATTI, Adelina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Adelina Patti Nicolini') to Miss Flynn, 3½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the back), Craig-y-nos Castle, South Wales, 19 April 1893.

PATTI, Carlotta (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS in Italian on monogrammed paper to Maggioni, 1 page 16mo, no date

PAULINE THERESE, Queen of Württemberg (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Lady Grosvenor, 2¼ pages 8vo with envelope (evidence of former mounting on the last page), Stouttgard (sic), 19 February 1836.

PAVLOVA, Anna (This is a link to the full description)
Good Postcard-sized photograph Signed boldly in ink across the centre, no date

PAXTON, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (splits in the second leaf professionally repaired), Chatsworth, 9 March 1850.

PAXTON, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink from the end of a letter, no date

PAXTON, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to B.W. Hawkins, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of The Crystal Palace Company, (Sir Joseph Paxton's Office, Penge Place, Sydenham), 13 April 1855.

PAYNE, Wyndham (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to F.J. Burnley, 1 page 8vo, Warden Cottage, Guildford, 22 November 1926.

PAYNE SMITH, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd Mr Wilmot, 4 pages 8vo on embossed writing paper of the Deanery, Canterbury, 18 June 1885.

PEACOCK, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William Whewell] ('Dear Master'), 2 pages 8vo, Deanery, 25 March no year [watermark 1843].

PEAKE, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
Informative ALS to W.H. Angel, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal (some tearing in the folds), Theatre Royal, 19 October 1835.

PEARS, Sir Peter Neville Luard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wyndham Davidson, 2 pages 8vo, The Red House, Aldeburgh, no date

PEARY, Rear-Admiral Robert Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('R.E. Peary, U.S.N.') to R F Wormwood, Editor of The Daily Journal, ½-page 4to, 2014 12th Street N.W., Washington, D.C., 5 November 19

PEEL, Sir Robert, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to F[rancis] Freeling, 1 page 4to, 16 Upper Grosvenor Street, 3 May 1805.

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and valediction from the foot of an ALS.

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
LS to James Orr of Paisley, 1 page folio (a little soiled, extensive mounting on the reverse), Whitehall, 4 February 1829.

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front addressed to Major-General Sir H Taylor ('Private & Immediate'), signed in the lower left-hand corner (tightly trimmed on left).

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unidentified peer ('My dear Lord'), 2½ pages 8vo, Drayton Manor, 11 November 1839.

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Hernaman, 1¼ pages 8vo, Downing Street, 30 January 1835.

PEEL, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 4 pages 8vo, whitehall, 13 January no year

PEEL, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edmund Grundy of The Wylde, Bury [Lancashire], 4 pages 8vo (some soiling to the last page), Camp before Sebastopol [sic], 22 December 1854.

PEERS, Sir Charles Reed (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to B.R. Leftwich, 1 page 4to (note of identification at the foot, filing holes), Chiselhampton House, Stadhampton, Oxford, 27 October 1937.

PEGGE, Samuel, the elder (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (oblong, trimmed, soiled, part excised and re-attached, perhaps with loss of text), Godmersham, 23 February 1766.

PEIRCE, Charles Sanders (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Rood, 1 page 4to on lined paper, n.p, no date

PELHAM, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (?cut down), St James's, 26 March 1750.

PELHAM, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1½ pages folio (portion torn from the right-hand side as usual for cancellation but neatly replaced), 11 April 1750.

PELLEGRINI, Carlos (This is a link to the full description)
Two Signed attached admission tickets to the Zoological Gardens at Regent's Park, printed and dated Sunday, December 12, 1875.

PELLEW, Sir Edward, Viscount Exmouth (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Exmouth'), to Commissioner Shields at Plymouth Dockyard, 2 pages 4to (attached by remains of address-leaf to a mount), Teignmouth, 13 September 1817.

PELISSIER, Aimable, Duc de Malakoff (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to the Ministre de la Guerre, 1½ pages folio (ragged at the edges), Sebastopol, 3 March 1856 (received stamp dated 20 March 1856).

PEMBERTON, Sir Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Document signed, a legal opinion in his hand signed at the foot of a case set out in another hand, 1 page folio (marginal tear, some browning).

PEMBROKE, William Herbert, 1st earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Penroke') to Giles Gore and another (illegible), 1 page folio with adress on the reverse and remains of seal (a little creased and with one hole).

[PENGELLY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS to Pengelly by his business partner Samuel Davis, 6 pages folio (some dust-staining and creasing), Woodbridge, 27 March to 7 June 1666.

PENGELLY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Wood, 4 pages 8vo, Lamorna, Torquay, 21 January 1867.

PENGELLY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, Lamorna, Torquay, 15 July 1872.

PENNELL, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Bernard Osborne, 1½ pages 8vo (split in the fold), 3 Adelphi Terrace House, Robert Street, Strand, 28 September no year

PENTLAND, John Sinclair, 1st baron (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Fleetwood, 1 page 4to on writing paper of the Governor of Madras, 26 January 1914.

PEPLOE, Samuel John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Allhusen, 1 page 4to, 13 India Street, no date

[PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by William, second Viscount Brouncker, Sir John Mennes and Colonel Thomas Middleton, 1 page 4to (oblong), Navy Office, 13 February 1667/8.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, probably cut from a document, ca 45 x 37 mm (1½ x 1½ inches).

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, addressed at the foot to the Clerk of the cheque and stores at Chatham, 1 page folio, with endorsement, 15 April 1672.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, addressed at the foot to the Clerke of the Cheque of his Majesty's yard at Chatham, 1 page folio, Navy Office 6 January 1671/2.

[PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS from George Monck ['Your very assured freind & Servt. Albemarle') to Samuel Pepys , 1 page folio with address-leaf, Cockpitt [Whitehall], 8 June 1664.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Edward Gregory, clerk of the cheque at Chatham, the principal naval dockyard, 1 page folio, Navy Office [London], 22 September 1668.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [Edward] Gregory (later Sir Edward), Clerk of the cheque at Chatham, 1 page folio, Navy Office, 29 November 1668.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Clerk of the Cheque and storekeeper at Chatham, 1 page folio, Navy Office, 5 January 1668/9.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Edward Gregory, Clerk of the Cheque at Chatham, 1 page folio, Navy Office, 22 July 1668.

PEPYS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('S Pepys') to the officers at Chatham, ½-page folio, Navy Office 23 July 1668.

PERCEVAL, Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Sidmouth, 1 page 4to, Ealing, 3 August 1810.

PERCEVAL, Spencer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Markham, attorney at Northampton, 1½ pages 4to with address-leaf (some glue-stains from former mounting), Warwick, 21 March 1796.

PERCIVAL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo on embossed writing paper of Clifton College, 6 October 1863.

PERCY, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Astle (1735-1803, archivist and book collector), 1 page 4to with postscript on the reverse, no place, 23 March 1763.

PERKIN, Sir William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Robert] Warington (1807-1867, chemist), 1 page 8vo, The Chestnuts, Sudburg, Harrow, 16 June 1886.

PERRY, Fred (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

PERRY, Fred (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on the back of ticket to the World's Series Challenge Match between Perry and the American player Ellsworth Vines, also signed by Vines.

PERRY, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Hill, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf (soiled, small tear), Tavistock House, 25 May 1813.

PETERS, Carl (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription, probably cut from the foot of a letter, ca 45 x 95mm (2 x 3½ inches.

PETO, Sir Samuel Morton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E.H. Stanley (later 15th Earl of Derby), 2 pages 4to, Somerleyton Hall, 6 November 1838.

PETRI, Egon (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a Wigmore Hall programm for a recital held on Friday 27 November [1936].

PFEIFFER, Emily Jane (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Delepierre, 3 pages 8vo (traces of mount on the reverse), Mayfield, West Hill, Putney, 28 November [?1870].

PFEIFFER, Ida Laura (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'directeur Collar' in French, 1 page 8vo (note of identification at the foot in red ink), no place, no date

PHILIP II (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Yo el Rey'), as King of England, to his Chancellor, Francesco Taverna, 1 page folio with address (some browning), London, 12 February 1555.

PHILIP II (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed ('Yo El Rey') to the nobility, judiciary, knights, clergy, governor, and local officialdom of Alcántara, 7 pages folio, 5 July 1565.

PHILLIPS, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Sir Alfred Scott-Gatty, 1 page 4to on embossed writing paper of the Wallace Collection, Manchester Square, 19 December 1906.

PHILLIMORE, Greville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Whittington & Williams, 3 pages 8vo (typewritten note of identification at the head, ink drops), The Lawn, Swindon, no date

PHILLIPS, Henry Wyndham (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on embossed writing paper of the Athenaeum, 10 April no year

PHILLIPS, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, incorporating a rough sketch, 1 page 8vo, Oxford, 17 July 1866.

PHILLIPS, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [probably to Edward Wood], 1 page 8vo, Marham [Yorkshire], 23 March 1849.

PHILLIPPS, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristically slovenly and curmudgeonly ALS to Mr Collett, 2½ pages 16mo (rather soiled), 'Th' [Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham], 2 September 1870.

PHILLIPPS, Sir Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
A group of deeds relating to property once owned by Phillipps in Gloucestershire, including two documents signed by Phillipps, 1819-1896.

PHILLIPS, (Israel) Watts (This is a link to the full description)
Illustrated ALS to Mr Williams, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, White Hart Hotel, Greenhithe, Kent, 23 May no year (watermark. 1871).

PHIPPS, Charles John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Hanson Lewis, 1 page 8vo, 26 Mecklenburgh Square, 19 July 1896.

PIATIGORSKY, Gregor (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a 8vo page from a programme for a recital at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 5 September 1948.

PIATTI, Alfredo Carlo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir George] Henschel (1850-1934, singer & conductor), 1 page 8vo, 15 Northwick Terrace, Maida Hill, no date

PICKFORD, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Mary') to Maybelle and Clifton Webb, blue type and blue ink on ½-page 4to blue-edged writing paper, no place, 30 January 1936.

PICKFORD, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

PICKFORD, Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('Very sincerely / Mary Pickford / 1927') in purple on stationary of the Mary Pickford Studios in Hollywood (trimmed).

PICKLES, Wilfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Derrick', 1 page 8vo (received date stamp), 46 Devonshire Street, 4 October 1969.

PICTON, Sir James Allanson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Timpson Martin, 1 page 8vo, Sandyknowe, Wavertree, Liverpool, 16 February 1877.

PIERPOINT, Folliott Sandford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the poet, the Revd F[rederick] G[eorge] Lee, 2 pages 8vo, Church Street, Lyme Regis, no date

PIERSON, Henry Hugo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine long ALS in German to the director of the Royal Theatre in Darmstadt, 4 pages 4to, closely written, no place, no date With a full translation.

PIGALLE, Jean-Baptiste (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Pigalle') to a gentleman, 2 pages 4to (irregularly trimmed apparently without loss), no place, 'ce jeudy [10 in another hand?]'.

PINERO, Sir Arthur Wing (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A.H. Megson, 1 page 8vo, 64 St John's Wood Road, 3 October 1888.

PINSUTI, Ciro (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Madame Sterling, 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting), 20 Langham Street, Portland Place, on embossed writing paper of the SS Maurizio Lazzaro,

PINWELL, George John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the engraver Joseph Swain, 3 pages 8vo, 86 Adelaide Road, 25 March 1875.

PIOZZI, Hester Lynch (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph verses comprising six four-line stanzas on a narrow slip, ca 202 x86 mm. (8 x 3½ inches), unsigned, no date (trace of former mounting on reverse).

PIRIE, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward S. Baring, 1 page 8vo, 71 Cornhill, 26 January 1844.

PISSARRO, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (in French) to his doctor, 1½ pages 8vo, 62 Bath Road, Bedford Park, London, 15 July 1897.

PISSARRO, Lucien (This is a link to the full description)
Three ALsS, two to Brown and one to 'Mon cher Fra Pippo Pippi, in French and english, 7 pages 8vo roughly inlaid, one with a sketch, 1918 and 1943.

PISSARRO, Lucien (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Pierre] Dauze, 1 page 8vo on squared paper with postscript on a facing page, Paris, 26 May 1910.

PISTON, Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Colbert, 1 page 8vo, 127 Somerset Street, Belmont, Massachusetts, 1 January 1975.

PITMAN, Sir Isaac (This is a link to the full description)
AL (headed 'Eizak Pitman tu Wallace Braby' and signed 'Fairwel'), 2 pages 8vo, Bath, 22 February 1896.

PITT, George, 1st Baron Rivers (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, Shaftesbury, 26 April, no year (a received note states that the letter was answered on the 28th of April 1801).

PITT, Sir John, Second Earl of Chatham (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Chatham') to an unnamed correspondent, 1½ pages 4to, St James's Square, 13 October 1802.

PITT, Thomas, Second Baron Camelford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Camelford') to Mrs Gilbert, 2 pages 4to with second leaf bearing traces of mounting, London 10 October 1796.

GEORGE III & William Pitt the elder (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed by both ('George R' at the head, 'W Pitt' at the foot), 1 page large folio (oblong, some foxing), given at Saville House, 27 October 1760.

PITT, William, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS, as Prime Minister, to his mother, 1½ pages 4to with blank second leaf, Downing Street, 22 August 1798.

PITT, William, the younger (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address-panel franked in the lower left hand corner 'W Pitt' (closely trimmed to the left), London, 17 September 1794.

PIZZETTI, Ildebrando. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ildebrando') to a conductor, on both sides of a correspondence-card, Florence, 10 January 1919.

PLANTE, Gaston (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher Monsieur'), 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Paris, 12 rue des vosges, 14 August 1888.

PLARR, Victor Gustave (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Doctor Scott, 1 page 8vo, 7 Eldon Road, Kensington, 25 June 1901.

PLATTNER, Carl Friedrich (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Document Signed, in German, 1 page oblong 8vo with red wax seal (corners showing mounting tears), Freidberg, 23 May 1845.

PLAYFAIR, Lyon, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note Signed, 1 page 8vo (remains of old mount on reverse), 95 Grosvenor Street, ?28 March no year

PLOWDEN, Francis Peter (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Prior, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf and remains of red wax seal, 4 February 1808.

PLUMER, Herbert C O, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Colonel Grubb, 1½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the back, note of identification at the head), Aldershot, 3 November 1902.

PLUMER, Herbert C O, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Wakefield, 1 page 4to on writing paper of the Boy Scouts, 3 November 1911.

PLUMPTRE, Edward Hayes (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Honorary Secretariat, Bromley Institute, 3½ pages 8vo with a copy of his obituary affixed to the final page, Bromley, 29 April 1873.

PLUNKETT, Sir Horace Curzon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Sichel, 1 page 8vo, The Plunkett House, Dublin, 23 July 1914.

PLUNKET, William Conyngham, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Lord Westmeath], 3 pages 8vo, Old Connaught, Bray [Ireland], 4 January 1829.

POINCARE, Raymond (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher ami') in French, 1 page 8vo on writing paper of the office of the President of the Council, Paris, 4 September 1922.

POITTEVIN, Eugène Modeste le (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Mon cher ami') in French, 1 page 8vo on monogrammed writing paper, Paris, 13 February 1864.

POLE-CAREW, Sir Reginald (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Symons, 3 pages 8vo, Government House, Cape Town, 7 November 1899.

POLLARD, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?J.A.] Molteno, printseller, 1 page 4to (rather soiled), Spa Fields [Islington], 25 March 1809.

POLLOCK, Sir George (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to Sir Peter (?Lawrie), 4 pages 4to, Cape of Good Hope, 25 August 1846.

PONSONBY, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), Curzon Street, 'Tuesday evening' no date

PONSONBY, Sir Henry Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Cranbrook (1814-1906, politician), 1 page 8vo with envelope, Osborne, 16 August 1879.

POOLE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir George [Smart] (1776-1867, conductor and organist), 1 page 4to, Globe, Cornhill, 'Thursday evng' no date ('1814' in pencil in another hand).

POPE, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
Printed Receipt Signed with autograph insertion, 1 page 8vo (oblong), no date

POPE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to R[utherford] B Hayes, President of the United States, 3 pages 8vo (the second leaf inlaid), Fort Leavenworth, 16 February 1878.

POPE-HENNESSY, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Simeon, 1 page 8vo, Carlton Club, 7 November 1888.

PORTEUS, Beilby (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('B London'), 1 page 4to with fragment of second leaf endorsed 'Mr Mayo's appointment to a Whitehall Preachership', 30 April 1799.

PORTER, David Dixon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C C Sniffen, 1 page 8vo (neatly inlaid), 1710 'H' Street, Washington, 16 October 1876.

PORTER, Fitz-John (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS to Major C C Sniffen, 1 page 4to (neatly inlaid), Commssioner's Office, Police Department, New York, 22 September 1886.

PORTER, Jane (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to [William] Buckland in Oxford, 3 pages 4to with address-leaf, Coughton Court, Alcester, Sunday 19 July, no year

PORTEUS, Beilby (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the publishers Cadell and Davis, 1 page 8vo (traces of mounting to the reverse), Fulham [Palace], 28 May ?1806.

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY (This is a link to the full description)
Good collection of sixty-seven letters addressed to William Walker, concerning his photographic business.

POSTON, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS and a TLS to E.J. King Bull at the BBC, in all 3 pages 8vo (oblong), Rooks Nest, Stevenage, Herts, 23 to 29 January 1952.

POTTER, (Helen) Beatrix (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Beatrix Heelis') to Barbara Rolfe, 4 pages 8vo (rather soiled and faded, old tears professionally repaired), Castle Cottage, Sawry, 6 June 1934.

POTTER, (Philip) Cipriani Hambley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J. Thirwall, 3 pages 12mo (somewhat wrinkled), 9 Baker Street, Portman Square, 23 April 1846.

POUILLET, Claude (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Monfleur, 1 page 4to, on writing paper of the Conservatoire Royal des Arts et Méliers, 11 April 1849.

POUISHNOFF, Lev (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('With good wishes / Pouishnoff / 1934') on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

POUISHNOFF, Lev (This is a link to the full description)
Programme Signed on the cover by Pouishnoff and his wife Dorothy, from a concert of the City of Birmingham Orchestra, 4 pages 8vo, 29 November 1945.

POULENC, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed on a picture postcard, with inscription, no date

POULENC, Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early TLS ('Poulenc') to [Georges Jean-]Aubry (1882-1949, French writer on music), 1 paqe 4to, Paris 19 January 1920.

POULTON, Sir Edward Bagnall (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, St Helens Cottage, St Helens, Isle of Wight, 6 July 1899.

POUND, Ezra (This is a link to the full description)
Two large sheets of Chinese pictograms executed with a brush by Pound and later inscribed and signed by him in red ball-point [1959].

POWELL, Anthony Dymoke (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [?Arthur] Waley with autograph superscript and subscript, 1 page 4to, 1 Chester Gate, 18 April 1946.

POWELL, Baden (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, Oxford, 1 December 1850.

POWELL, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio with red wax seal (small holes in the folds), no place, 11 December 1711.

POWELL, William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small card, ca 45 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

POWER, (William Grattan) Tyrone (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Frank, 2 pages 8vo, no place, no date (blind stamp of R.B. Sheridan, Frampton, Dorset).

POWYS, Llewelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Bethel] Solomons, 1 page 8vo (traces of mount on the reverse), Chaldon Herring, Dorchester, 14 September ?1936.

POWYS, Llewelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Heavily corrected typescript of a short story, Shakespeare's Fairies, 9 pages 4to on separate sheets, signed at the end.

POYNTER, Sir Edward, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet-sized Photograph Signed, an Elliott & Fry depiction of the older painter in a head and shoulders pose.

PRAED, Rosa Caroline (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed New Zealander, 3 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the last blank page) , as from Bournemouth, 6 December 1914.

PRATT, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Doc.S. as Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, 1 page 4to, 4 March 1762.

PREECE, Sir William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Editor of the New York Times, 3 pages 8vo, Penrhos, Carnarvon, 5 October 1907.

PRENDERGAST, John Patrick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd R[obert] Payne Smith (1818-1895, orientalist and theologian), 2 pages 8vo, 2 St Giles Street, Oxford, 2 September 1866.

PRESTWICH, Sir Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to D.M. Birkett, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Shoreham, Sevenoaks, 4 October 1880.

PRICHARD, Matthew Stewart (This is a link to the full description)
Good long ALS to Luigino, 4 pages 8vo, 4 rue de l'Abbe, 12 November 1877 (mistakenly written '1977'.

PRIESTLEY, John Boynton (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Christy, 1 page 8vo, (recipient's date-stamp and pin-holes in upper right corner, remains of mount on verso), Hampstead, 13 March no year

PRIESTLEY, John Boynton (This is a link to the full description)
Three TLsS and an ALS ('Jack' & 'JBP', one in pencil) to 'Peter' (his agent?), 5 pages 4to and 3 pages 8vo (some wear), September and October [1931].

PRIESTLEY, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the philosophical society of Orleans [France], 1 page folio, Birmingham, 12 May 1785.

PRIESTLEY, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Fine scientific ALS to Dr [Benjamin Smith] Barton in Philadelphia, 3 pages 4to (split at central fold professionally repaired) with address, Northumberland, 16 June 1796.

PRIESTLEY, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Fine long unpublished ALS to his close friend Theophilus Lindsey, 4 pages folio, Northumberland [Pennsylvania], 21 July 1794.

PRIME MINISTERS OF QUEEN VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Bound volume, full brown morocco, 4to, 295 x 225 mm (ca 11½ x 9 inches), spine a little worn, lettered in gilt on the spine and upper cover.

PRIMROSE, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars from the opening of Brahms's Sonata for Viola (or Clarinet), Opus 120 No. 2 in E flat major.

PRINGLE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (note of identification at the head), 5 Bushall Row, 1 March no year

PROBYN, Sir Dighton Macnaghten, VC (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hewett, 2 pages 8vo, Sandringham, Norfolk, 13 April 1879.

PROCTER, Adelaide Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A.J. Symington, 3½ pages 12mo with envelope, 32 Weymouth Street, 17 February 1859.

PROCTER, Adelaide Anne (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Mrs Grote, 4 pages 8vo, 32 Weymouth Street, 18 June no year [watermark 1860].

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [W C] Macready, 1 page 16mo, 5 Grove End Place, 11 September no year

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph verses, headed 'Song', comprising four four-line stanzas, signed 'Barry Cornwall' and dated 1851.

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to L.R. Payne, 1¼ pages 12mo (small repair), 32 Weymouth Street, 25 June 1866.

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Revd C De la Pryne, 1 page 8vo, 32 Weymouth Street, 29 January 1854.

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the editor of Friendship's Offering [W.H. Harrison], 1 page 8vo, 56 Chancery Lane, 7 May 1835, with Harrison's reply on the verso.

PROCTER, Richard Wright (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C.W. Sutton, 4 pages 8vo (staining on the final page), 133 Long Millgate, 21 September 1870.

PROCTER, Bryan Waller (Barry C (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Countess of Blessington, thanking her for a volume of verse, 2 pages 8vo with address-leaf, (remains of former mount), Grays Inn Square, 9 November 1837.

PROCTOR, Richard Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William] Charles Kent (1823-1902, editor of The Sun), 2 pages 8vo with envelope, 2 North Road, Clapham Park, 20 August 1873.

PROCTOR, Richard Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the editor of St Paul's Magazine, 1 page 8vo, 8 Wellington Villas, Brighton, 8 June 1871.

PROUT, Ebenezer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A Mins, 1 page 8vo, 12 Geeenwood Road, Dalston, 22 May 1887.

PRUDHOMME, René François Armand Sully (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madame'), 2 pages 8vo, Paris, 22 May 1878.

PRUDHOMME, René François Armand Sully (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Sully Prudhomme') to an unnamed correspondent ('cher ami'), 2½ pages 8vo, no place, no date ('Mercredi').

PUBLISHING - Smith Elder & the Cornhill (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of ca fifty-five letters from various correspondents to Smith, Elder & Co., and the Cornhill Magazine, ca 120 pages 8vo, ca 1850-1908.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Photograph (head and shoulders) by Frank C Bangs, signed and inscribed on the mount to Josephine Jacoby and dated New York, February 1907.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the journalist Arnoldo Fraccaroli ('Fraccarolissimo!'), 1 page 8vo on a folded correspondence-sheet with the address on the reverse, Milan, no date

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed ('G Puccini') to his favourite sister, Ramelde Franceschini, postmarked 28 ? 1904.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) in red ink, to Claudio Clausetti in Naples (but forwarded to Milan), 1 page 8vo, with address on the verso, Torre del Lago, 4 August 1908.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) on a postcard reproduction photograph of the composer, to Claudio Clausetti in Milan, Viarettio, 22 November 1917.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Carlo Clausetti in Naples, Milan, 15 February 1895.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Carlo [Clausetti], 2 facing pages 8vo, Bagni di Montecatini, 9 August 1919.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi, in Milan, 4 pages 8vo with envelope (small splits professionally repaired), Holy Saturday [11 April] 1903.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sybil Seligman, 1 page large 8vo (on a folded letter-form with address on the reverse), Torre Del Lago, 30 August 1908. With a translation.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sybil Seligman, 1 page 8vo on a folded letter-form with address on the reverse, Via Verdi 4, Milan, 23 December 1909. With a translation.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
AL (unsigned) to Carlo Clausetti in Naples, 1 page large 8vo on a letter-form (tears repaired on the verso, barely visible on recto), Milan, 11 January 1911.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) to Carlo Clausetti in Naples, 1 page large 8vo on a letter-form with address on the reverse, Torre del Lago, 1 July 1911.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Puccini) on a picture-postcard (informal portrait of Puccini standing ona beach) to Carlo Clausetti, Viareggio, 28 August 1913.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) on a picture postcard (view of Montagna Pistoiese) to Carlo Clausetti, Pistoia, 7 September 1913.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) on both sides of a correspondence-card, with envelope, to Carlo Clausetti, Torre del Lago, 7 November 1913.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars (treble clef) from La Rondine, on one page 8vo (oblong), dated 1917.

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine photograph by the Atelier Glantz (Vienna), signed in ink, 160 x 119 mm. (6½ x 4½ inches), no date

PUCCINI, Giacomo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine three-quarter length photograph, signed and inscribed, 250 x190 mm. (ca 9½ x 7½ inches) plus outer mount, dated 19 October 1904.

PUGHE, William Owen [pseud. Idrison] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow antiquary William Jenkins Rees (1772-1855), ½-page 4to with integral address-leaf in another hand (small seal tear), London, 3 April 1827.

PUGIN, Augustus Welby Northmore (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the postmaster of Ramsgate, 1 page 4to on blue paper (a little worn and laid down), St Augustine's, 3 February ['circa 1850'].

PUGIN, Edward Welby (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Haigh and Co, 1½ pages 8vo, Gordon Square, 8 July 1858.

PUGNO, Stéphane Raoul (This is a link to the full description)
Picture postcard showing a narrow street in Seine-et-Oise, signed and dedicated to his pupil Charles Resnick, a little soiled and faded.

PULLEN, William John Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Ship's Doctor, R. McCormick, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, H.M. Ship North Star, 6 November 1852.

PUSEY, Edward Bouverie (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription cut from the foot of a letter, Christ Church, 12 September no year

PYE, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Carpenter, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, 42 Cirencester Place, Fitzroy Square, 21 January 1839.

PYE, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page 8vo (oblong), no place, 5 June 1652, witnessed by F Hampden.

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QUEKETT, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [?Bartle] Frere, 1 page 8vo, on writing-paper of the Royal College of Surgeons, 17 August 1860.

QUENNELL, Sir Peter Courtney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to T.H. Hutchinson in Dublin, 1½ pages 8vo with envelope, on writing-paper of The Cornhill Magazine, 50 Albemarle Street, 28 July no year

QUILLER-COUCH, Sir Arthur Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1½ pages 8vo with integral blank (slight traces of former mounting), Fowey Yacht Club, 16 July 1896.

QUILLER-COUCH, Sir Arthur Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Doc S., 2½ pages 8vo, Jesus College, Cambridge, 21 February 1939.

QUILTER, Roger (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS to the tenor Derek Oldham, in all 7 pages 8vo (all tipped to an album leaf), Bath and 23 Acacia Road, 5 December 1922 to 7 September 1951.

QUILTER, Roger (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Eastman, 2 pages 8vo (filing holes in the left hand margin), 1 Marlborough Hill, 22 October 1937.

QUIROGA, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Lord Fitzroy Somerset (1788-1855) first Baron Raglan), 1 page 4to (creased), 5 Wellesley Street, Chelsea, 23 September 1828.

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RABBITS (This is a link to the full description)
Humorous sketches by the Daily Mirror cartoonist H.A. Selden, depicting 'The Conjuror's Escaped Rabbit', 1 p 8vo, 1 Pelham Place, no date

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large studio portrait photograph, signed and inscribed on the mount, 430 x 295 mm overall (17 x 11½ inches, the photograph 9 x 7 inches), 1918.

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Programme Signed, beside his biography in the programme for 7th Series of the Concert Club Courtauld-Sargent Concert with the London Philharmonic Orchestra,

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature in ink, dated at London 27 May 1908, closely trimmed at the foot but other wise with good margins.

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature on a large (4to) green album leaf, no date

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph (head and shoulders), 233 x 180 mm. (9 x 7 inches), signed diagonally and inscribed to William E Chamberlain, dated 1934.

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Rybner, 1 page small 4to with integral blank, no place, 8 September 1925.

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a light-green album leaf, dated at London 10 October 1929.

RACHMANINOFF, Sergei (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small album-leaf, undated.

RACKHAM, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink with a few words, cut from the foot of a letter, no date

RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Fitzroy Somerset') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (split in vertical fold), Horse Guards, 24 January 1848.

RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Fitzroy Somerset') to Dighton, 2 pages 8vo, Horse Guards, 25 December 1847.

RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Fitzroy Somerset') to Colonel Sir John Moryllon Wilson, 2 pages 8vo with envelope also signed by Raglan, Horse Guards, 17 June 1851.

RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Fitzroy Somerset') to General Sir Herbert Taylor (1775-1839), 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the reverse), Horse Guards, 20 May 1832.

RAGLAN, Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Fitzroy Somerset') to Colonel Loftus, 1 page folio, Horse Guards, 20 January 1836.

RAINFORTH, Elizabeth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Pupil, 3 pages 8vo, 27 Portman Square, 1 July 1861.

RALEIGH, Sir Walter Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, The Hangings, Ferry Hinksey, Oxford, 13 December 1913.

RAMSAY, Sir Andrew Crombie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Wiltshire, 1 page 8vo on embossed paper of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, 25 April 1877.

RAMSAY, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bennett, 2 pages 8vo with blank leaf, rather faintly written as usual, 21 Ashton Terrace, Glasgow, 8 September 1896.

RAMSAY, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph by Lafayette, an oval portrait, head and shoulders, enclosed in a green folder (small pin-hole on the top of the mount).

RANJITSINHJI, Jam Saheb of Nawanagar (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Ranjitsinhji at the wicket, with a signature on paper attached at the foot, undated, (a little worn).

RANK, (Joseph) Arthur, Baron Rank (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Robert Swan, ½ page 4to, Heathfield, Reigate Heath, Surrey, 24 December 1943.

RANSOME, Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription to Joanna Thompson on a printed bookplate.

RASSAM, Hornuzd (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to R. Cooke, 1 page 8vo, 4 Maddox Street, 26 January 1869.

RAVEL, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Abel Desjardins in Paris, 1 page 8vo on his monogrammed paper, with address on the verso, Montfort l'Amaury, 18 July 1923.

RAVEL, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Pierre de Bréville, 3 pages 8vo (weak in the centre fold from former mounting), 'jeudi', 10 August 1905.

RAVEL, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Henry Prunières (1886-1942, musicologist), 1 page large 4to (small rust stain), Le Belvedere, Montfort l'Amaury, 6 March 1924.

RAVEL, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G. Lador in Geneva, 2 pages small 4to, La Bijeannette, St Sauveur (Eure et Loire), 8 May 1920. With translation.

RAVEL, Maurice (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed comprising the first three bars of the violin part of his Quatuor for strings, 1902-1903, [London] 27 April 1909.

RAVILIOUS, Eric William (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS and related material to Sir Stephen Tallents, 2 pages 4to and 2 pages 8vo, Bank House, Castle Hedingham, 16 September and 1 October [1937].

RAWLINSON, Sir Henry, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Bischoffsheim, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 21 Charles Street, Berekeley Square, 8 February 1874.

RAWLINSON, Sir Henry Creswicke, Bt (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Barrington, 1 page 8vo (glued down to an album leaf, identified in ink at the head), 21 Sharles Street, 19 May no year

RAYNOR, Louise Ingram (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 4 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting obscuring some words), Ash Grove, Chester, 4 September 1868.

READ, Sir Herbert Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 2 ALsS, 4 TLsS, and 2 Autograph Postcards Signed to Otto or Mrs Fürstner, 7 pages 4to and 8vo, (filing-holes), various places, 1936-1962.

ISAACS, Rufus, 1st Marquess of Reading (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Reading') to Beaumont Morrice, 1 page 4to (some soiling), Deal Castle, 19 August 1927.

REBUS LETTER (This is a link to the full description)
Clever rebus letter [to Alice Baker, a friend of Lewis Carroll], 3 pages 12mo, Abingdon, undated.

REDDING, Cyrus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev H Caunter, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, no place [London], no date 'thursday' [postmark 19 April 1832].

REDDING, Cyrus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Reverend Dr Beard, 3½ pages 8vo, St John's Wood, 4 April 1863.

REDE, Leman Thomas Tertius (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Doc S. to Mr Barton, ½-page 4to (original ink stain), no place, no date

REEVES, John Sims (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Peyton, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Brunswick Hotel, Hanover Square, 2 March 1876.

REEVE, Lovell Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [George Brettingham] Sowerby Jnr (1812-1884, conchologist & artist), 3 pages 8vo with integral address-leaf, King William Street, 3 February 1845.

REEVE, Lovell Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo, 5 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 27 March 1854.

REGER, Max (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Message Signed, addressed at the head to the Association of German Composers, 1 page 8vo, Meiningen, 20 September 1912.

REGER, Max (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (in German) on a postcard to Mr Ackroy in Harrow (address on the reverse), postmarked Leipzig, 1 May 1909.

REGER, Max (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Dr Paul Ertel in Berlin, postmarked as received on 28 December 1904.

REGONDI, Guilio (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Scott, 1½ pages 8vo with blank leaf, York, 13 January 1834.

REID, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Merrick, 2½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting), Malta, 10 December 1835.

REINECKE, Carl Heinrich Carsten (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, 5 bars (approximately) in up to three parts, words and music (in German), signed twice, and dated at Liverpool, 5 May 1870.

REJANE, Gabrielle (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed ('Rejane') in a light part of the picture, the seated actress in a feather hat and heavily embroidered dress.

RENAN, Joseph Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('Chere Madame'), 3 pages 8vo (the last page heavily repaired with the loss of a few words), Menthon St Bernard, 21 September 1882.

RENWICK, James, alias James Bruce (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Right honourable & Dear Sir'), 4 pages folio, Edinburgh, 26 September 1683.

REUTER, Florizel von (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, one bar from Tchaikowsky, on ½ an 8vo sheet, London, 10 July 1904.

REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Receipt Signed, ½-page 4to (mounting strip to the left, not affecting the text, and in good condition), 6 May 1771.

REZNICEK, Emil Nikolaus von (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of eight bars from his opera Donna Diana (composed in 1894), 80 x 145 mm. (ca 3¼ x 5½ inches) inscribed and dated from Berlin 3 May 1943.

REZNICEK, Emil Nikolaus von (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Dr Paul Ertel in Berlin, postmarked Charlottenburg, 23 March 1919.

RHODES, Cecil John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Carter, 1 page 8vo, (remains of mount on verso), The Sanatorium, Kimberley, no date [watermark 1899].

RHODES, Cecil John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Will', 2 facing pages 8vo (some slight staining) , Groote Schuur, no date

RHODES, Wilfred (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Rhodes at full length holding a cricket ball, signed in ink in the lower white border (a little soiled), undated.

RICARDO, David (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope front, Signed, addressed to Miss Musgrave in Portland Place, free frank stamp (laid down on the remains of an album leaf).

RICARDO, David (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription clipped neatly from a letter, 22 x 64 mm, (ca 1 x 2½ inches), no date

[RICHARD II] (This is a link to the full description)
Document with Great Seal, 1381.

[RICHARD III] (This is a link to the full description)
The original grant of the the lieutenancy of Guînes to Sir James Tyrell, dated 22 January 1485, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum with the Great Seal intact.

RICHARDSON, David Lester (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript poem, 1 page 4to (a little soiled, some splitting in the folds), no date [after 1825].

RICHARDSON, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a bank ('Gentlemen'), 2 pages 8vo with second leaf bearing endorsements, Lancrigg, Grasmere, 21 November 1855. With two related letters.

RICHTER, Hans (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Miss Marguerite Swale, 1 page 8vo (oblong) with envelope, no place, date-stamped 14 May 1907.

RICHTER, Hans (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German, on a postcard, to Professor Carl Gianicelli in Bayreuth, no place [postmark Dessau], no date

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, Nikolay Andreyevich (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in Russian, to the Parisian musicologist and translator Mikhail Osipovich [Delin], 3 pages 8vo, St Petersburg, 30 January 1907.

ROBERTS, David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his fellow academician Richard Redgrave RA, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, 7 Fitzroy Street, 15 April 1861.

[ROBERTS, David] (This is a link to the full description)
Eight ALsS from [John William] Monson (7th Baron Monson), in all ca 30 pages 8vo, Carlton Gardens, Gatton Park and Brighton, 19 March - 29 August 1841.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed ('Roberts. FM'), showing him seated at his desk, pen in hand.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS as commander-in-chief in India to Lord Reay, Governor of Bombay, discussing the options for Afghanistan, 3½ pages 4to, 19 March 1886.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2½ pages 8vo, Englemere, Ascot, 15 September 1913.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Eight ALsS to the publisher [Richard] Bentley, in all 16½ pages 8vo, Grove Park, London, France, and Dublin, 1894-1898, all with transcriptions.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Albert Woods, 1½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Edgehill, Sydenham, 1 February 1881.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Symons, 4 pages 8vo (some slight foxing), Mackellar's Hotel, 17 Dover Street, Piccadilly, 22 October 1899.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Albert Woods (1816-1904, herald), 3½ pages 8vo, Snowdon, Ootacamand, 11 June 1884.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lyall [probably Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall (1835-1911, administrator in India)], 2 pages 8vo with b.l., Royal Hospital, Dublin, 18 February 1896.

ROBERTS, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Reade, 2½ pages 8vo, on writing paper of the Royal Hospital Dublin, 29 April 1898.

ROBESON, Paul (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of a concert tour, probably for the performance in Liverpool, 24 March 1949, signed in ink beneath a reproduction caricature on the third page.

ROBESON, Paul (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a concert, signed in ink on the upper cover (8 pages 8vo plus cover, slightly worn, staples a little rusted), [19 May 1938].

ROBEY, Sir George Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card, ca 40 x 75 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

ROBEY, Sir George Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Robey in costume as a Dame, signed in ink in the lower right-hand corner.

ROBEY, Sir George Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph showing the comedian in bowler hat, with cigarette and cane, ca 110 x 70 mm (4 x 3 inches).

ROBINSON, Lennox (This is a link to the full description)
Collection comprising some twenty-nine letters to Robinson, two letters and an autograph article by him, various dates.

ROCHESTER, Laurence Hyde, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Fragment of a Treasury document, signed ('Rochester'), ca 150 x 145 mm (5½ x 6 inches), Treasury Chambers, 17 April 1683.

ROCKEFELLER, John Davidson, Junior (This is a link to the full description)
Telegram to Mr and Mrs Frank O. Salisbury, care of Mackenzie King, 1 page oblong 8vo, (remains of mount, some tears at edges), New York, 12 June 1947.

RODIN, Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Mademoiselle Fenella, 1 page 8vo (slightly soiled), 77 Rue de Varenne [Paris], 1 April 1913.

RODIN, Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
Rodin's visiting card with a brief message in another hand signed by Rodin, (slight creasing), no date

RODIN, Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
LS to V[ictoria] Sackville-West (1862-1936, mother of Vita Sackville-West), 1¼ pages 8vo (facing pages), 182 Rue de l'Université [Paris], 7 January 1907.

RODIN, Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to V[ictoria] Sackville-West (1862-1936, mother of Vita Sackville-West), 1½ pages 8vo (facing pages), Hotel Dieudonné, London, 1 March 1905.

RODIN, Auguste (This is a link to the full description)
Rodin's visiting card with the printed name and address (182 rue de l'Université), with two words in his hand: 'Hommage de [A.Rodin]'.

RODNEY, George Bridges, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, Sandwich, Spithead, 12 December [1779] 'at Noon'.

RODNEY, George Bridges, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Padget, 2 pages folio with address-leaf (two tears in the address repaired with tape, not affecting text), no place, no date

[RODNEY, George Bridges, 1st Baron] (This is a link to the full description)
Contemporary copies of three documents consequent to Rodney's defeat of the French under De Grasse off Dominica, 1782.

RODNEY, George Bridges, 1st Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Grenville, presumably George Grenville, the former prime minister, 2 pages 4to, endorsed as received 23 July 1765.

ROGERS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
A typically toadying note declining an invitation to dine ('with you & the Speaker'), 2 pages on his usual 16mo paper, 'Saturday', 2 August no year

ROGERS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
Small group of letters etc.

ROGERS, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('S.R.') to 'My dear Sarah', 1 page 8vo, no place, no date [London].

ROGET, Peter Mark (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles Manby (1804-1884, engineer), 2 pages 8vo (slight trace of mount), 18 Upper Bedford Place (on Athenaeum writing paper), 4 November 1854.

ROGET, Peter Mark (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev J J Smith, 1 page 8vo, Trinity College, 24 June (dated in another hand '1845').

ROGET, Peter Mark (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and notes ('September 1864 / P.M. Roget / Member of the British Association. Bath'), on a slip laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

ROGET, Peter Mark (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Brockedon, 1 page 8vo (some soiling at the top), Berners Street, 15 May 1832.

ROHAN, Louis, Prince de (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Le Card de Rohan'), in French, 2 pages folio (somewhat soiled), 6 December 1787, with an engraved portrait laid down on the second leaf.

ROHMER, Sax (This is a link to the full description)
Humourous ALS ('The lady of the blue mist') to 'Dear little Mrs', on his writing paper with pierced monogram, Braemar House, no date

ROLFE, Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [Churton] Taylor, 1 page large 4to in his neat calligraphic hand concluding vertically at the left hand side, St Alphege, Broadstairs, 1 March 1905.

ROLLAND, Romain (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed in the lower white margin and again on the reverse where it is dedicated to 'Mai' Spencer Edge, Villeneuve, 22 August 1937.

ROLLS, Charles Stewart (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a card to F. Howard Mercer, 21 June 1900.

ROOSEVELT, Eleanor (This is a link to the full description)
Brief TLS to [Albert] Deane, 1 page small 4to with envelope bearing a stamped signature with the word 'FREE', New York, 5 March 1953.

ROOSEVELT, Franklin Delano (This is a link to the full description)
Bold signature in blue ink on a White House card, 70 x 150 mm (ca 3 x 4 inches), together with a similar card signed by Eleanor Roosevelt.

ROOSEVELT, Franklin Delano (This is a link to the full description)
White House Card, signed in ink ('Franklin D Roosevelt'), no date

ROOSEVELT, Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph correction to R T Kelley in Dublin, 1 page 4to on personalised writing paper from the Metropolitan in New York, 2 November 1917.

ROOSEVELT, Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a White House card, 68 x 103 mm. (ca 2½ x 4 inches), undated.

ROOSEVELT, Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph showing Roosevelt as 'Colonel of the Rough Riders', clearly signed at the foot, a little worn but in good condition, no date [after 1898].

ROOT, Elihu (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (oblong, traces of mounting to reverse), United States Senate, 26 July 1912.

ROSCOE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Loddiges of Hackney, 1 page 4to with address-leaf bearing red wax seal, Liverpool, 24 February 1821.

ROSCOE, William (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, (lacking address-leaf, mounting strip to second page not affecting the text, contemporary endorsement), Liverpool, 18 October 1817.

ROSEBERY, 5th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('R') to 'My dear Professor' (identified in a pencilled note as Henry Butcher), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Dalmeny Park, Edinburgh, 26 December 1895.

ROSENTHAL, Moriz (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of two bars on one stave, probably for piano, dated Vienna May 1893, 140 x 116 mm. (4½ x 5½ inches, in a mount).

ROSSETTI, Christina Georgina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Miles, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (a little age-soiled), 30 Torrington Square, 4 February 1892.

ROSSETTI, Christina Georgina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Greenwell (probably Dora Greenwell, 1821-1882, poet and essayist), 1¼ pages 8vo (traces of mounting on the reverse), 166 Albany Street, no date

ROSSETTI, Christina Georgina (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Davies, 1 page 12mo (5½ x 3½ inches), 45 Upper Albany Street, 1 January 1864.

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John C[amden] Hotten (1832-1873, publisher), 2½ pages 8vo (first page rather stained, and roughly repaired), 16 Cheyne Walk, 8 July 1867.

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (neatly laid down), 16 Cheyne Walk, 5? April 1864.

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS almost certainly to Edward Matthew Ward RA, 1 page 8vo, 'Wednesday', no date

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('DGR')to W.T. Watts (i.e. his lifelong friend Theodore Watts-Dunton), 1 page 8vo with envelope, 'Thursday' [11 May 1876].

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.E. Cornish, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Kelmscott [House], Lechlade, 20 April 1873.

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to H.T. Dunn in Chelsea, (small tear and a few holes) 14 November no year (postage stamp is of Queen Victoria, however).

ROSSETTI, William Michael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 3 pages 8vo, 5 Endsleigh Gardens, 6 January 1889.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph notes on food, on the blank side of part of a printed document, mounted together with a small card bearing the signature 'G. Rossini'.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in Italian, to 'Carlino', 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Fossin, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf on headed paper of the Théâtre Royal Italien, Paris, 25 November 1833.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
Bank draft in the format of a cheque on blue paper, elaborately engraved, signed in full, Paris, 18 February 1863.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., a bank draft in the format of a large cheque, 101 x 266 mm. (ca 4 x 11 inches), Paris, 1 August 1857.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his lawyer Filippo Santocanale in Palermo, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Bologna, 16 August 1840.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Marquise de Las Marismas in Paris, 1½ pages 4to with address-leaf in French, Bologna, 29 May 1842.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Paolo Fodale, 1 page 8vo neatly written with integral blank, Passy, near Paris, 10 August 1857.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph signed and inscribed to Léo Delibes, overall 162 x 102 mm. (6½ x 4¼ inches), 10 February 1868.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, in Italian, to Angelo Mignani in Bologna, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, remains of wafer seal and postal cancellations, Florence, 6 June 1853.

ROSSINI, Gioacchino (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Gioachino Rossini') in French, 1 page large 4to, laid down on thin card, Wildbad, 6 July 1856.

ROSTROPOVICH, Mstislav (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph of Rostropovich in a concert programme, signed by him in blue ink, in good condition.

ROTHES, John Leslie, 1st Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed to the Lord of Call[the rest unreadable], ½-page folio with integral address-leaf (somewhat soiled), Holyrood House, 30 January 1666/7.

ROUAULT, Georges (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, on a letter-card, to M. Vauxcelles, 77 rue Blouet XVe, no date, anxiously requesting the return of his little albums. With a translation.

ROY, Rammohun (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Roget, 2½ pages 8vo, 48 Bedford Square, 2 December 1831.

RUBBRA, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Christmas card signed, showing a partridge in a pear tree.

RUBBRA, Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a pink album leaf, ca 50 x 110 mm (2 x 4½ inches).

RUBINSTEIN, Anton (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature in ink from the foot of a letter in French, no date

RUBINSTEIN, Anton (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript Signed of Rapelle-toi, of Ten Songs, op 83, no. 1, 4 pages folio (oblong) including title, ca 1869.

RUBINSTEIN, Anton (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Autograph Music Quotation Signed of four bars (two staves) marked 'Moderato', 1 page 4to (oblong) in a printed decorative border, Venice, 6 December 1873.

RUBINSTEIN, Anton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to Henry E. ?Arensky in Liverpool, 1 page 8vo with envelope laid down on the second leaf, 18 Albany Street, London, 11 June 1868.

RUPERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to Sir John Kempthorne, ½-page folio with address-leaf in another hand, 'on board the R[oya]l Soveraigne', 13 August 1673.

RUPERT, Prince (This is a link to the full description)
LS to an unnamed correspondent, in French, 1 page 4to, with light collection stamps and later endorsements, no place, no date, [1655].

RUPERT, Prince and George Monck (This is a link to the full description)
Letter signed by the two admirals, addressed to the commissioners of the navy, 1 page folio, Royal Charles in the Nore, 7 May 1666.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('JR.') to 'Dear Ward' (Ruskin's assistant, William Ward?), 1 page 8vo, Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire, undated.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to an unnamed lady ('Dear Madam), 4 pages 8vo (traces of glue at the top margin), Denmark Hill, 1 April 1869.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Halsted' (apparently, but unidentified), 1 page 8vo, no date but watermarked 1858.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Wodderspoon (perhaps the author of John Crome and his Works, 1876), 2 pages 8vo, Denmark Hill, 6 November 1856.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed lady ('My Dear Madam'), 2½ pages 8vo, no place, undated.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Envelope in Ruskin's hand (unsigned) addressed to W.C. Bennett in Greenwich, dated in another hand 6 July 1861.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the artist H[enry] Stacy Marks (1829-1898), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Peppering, Arundel, 9 January 1876.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('J. Ruskin') with the names of his correspondents and the superscription and first line in Ruskin's hand, 2 pages 8vo, Denmark Hill, undated

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Admission ticket to the Royal Horticultural Society, printed for completion by hand, signed by Ruskin but otherwise blank, 50 x 82 mm. (ca 2 x 3 inches).

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Samuel Palmer, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf and red wax seal in a mount with a pen and pencil drawing, no place, 'Wednesday' no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his doctor, George Parsons, 2 pages 8vo with envelope annotated in Ruskin's hand 'To be opened by Mrs Parsons, if the Doctor is out', 'Monday', no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
The conclusion of a letter, containing four lines and signature, addressed to the Reverend R W Dixon.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Ward (1829-1908), 3 pages 8vo with envlope (slight splitting in the folds), Canterbury, 26-27 September 1879.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, made out to Mr McKay for £50 on purple bank form of the Union Bank of London, 19 October 1869.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Six ALsS to Caroline Bowles, one of three daughters of Dr Robert Leamon Bowles of Folkestone, 12 pages 8vo, November [1887] and January 1888 where dated.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('JR') to [William] Ward (?1829-1908 - Ruskin's assistant), 1 page 8vo with note of identification in ink at the foot dated 'about 1870'.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of 13 ALsS (11 'J Ruskin', 1 'John Ruskin', 1 'JR') to Charles H L Woodd, in all 20 pages 8vo with 8 envelopes, 1857-1879 where dated.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from the foot of a letter, no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to R. ?Hutton F.G.S, 3 pages 16mo, no place, no date, dated in another hand in pencil 'June 1847'.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Leonard Baker, 1½ pages 8vo (worn in one fold and a little soiled), Ambleside, 27 September ['1871' in another hand in pencil].

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Charming series of 15 ALsS, eleven of them unpublished, to Lily Armstrong, one of his Winnington child-friends, ca 30 pages, 1864 to 1877 where dated.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Portions of four unpublished ALs to [Walter Lucas] Brown, 1847 and 1861 where dated

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription irregularly cut from the foot of a letter, no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Liddell, wife of Henry Liddell and mother of Alice, 1 page 8vo, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, no date (after 1871).

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive letter to Mr ?Hogwith, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (lightly tipped by the second leaf to a mount), no place, no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph (head and shoulders) by Elliott & Fry, signed and inscribed on the lower mount to Edward Stowe, 1883.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to J.L. (possibly T.L.) Worthington, 3 pages 8vo with envelope (traces of mounting on the reverse), Brantwood, 13 July 1881.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person,) 1 page 8vo, Broadlands, 24 October 1875.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('J Ruskin') to Messrs Willis & Co. (evidently booksellers), 1 page 8vo (oblong, small hole, old mounting to the reverse), dated '1 February 1860'.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My Dear Sir'), 1½ pages 8vo with two sketches at the head, 'Friday', no date Integral blank leaf.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Mortgage deed on vellum comprising three large membranes, each 565 x695 mm. (22 x 27 inches), 15 February 1878, signed by Ruskin at the foot.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Matthew Arnold ('Dear Mr Arnold'), 1 page 8vo, Brantwood, Coniston, no date

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristically curmudgeonly ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 3 pages 8vo, Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire, no date but from internal evidence probably 1879.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS to Lady (Jane) Davy, widow of Sir Humphry Davy, 2 pages 8vo (on thin paper, one slight flaw in first page), Verona, 6 November 1849.

RUSKIN, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ever your affec[tionate] Master J. Ruskin) to 'Dear David' (probably his gardener, David Downes), 1 page 8vo, Brantwood, Coniston, 15 August 1879.

RUSKIN, Margaret (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Margaret', 1 page 8vo (rather faded), Denmark Hill, 27 July 1860.

RUSSELL, Bertrand, third Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to H Huxley, 1 page 4to, Telegraph House, Harling, Petersfield, 20 August 1936.

RUSSELL, Bertrand, third Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Russell') to ?Marres, 1 page 8vo, 41 Queen's Road, Richmond, Surrey, 8 December 1951 (received stamp of 10 December 1951).

RUSSELL, Bertrand, third Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Russell') to 'Neville', 1 page 8vo, 41 Queen's Road, Richmond, Surrey, 23 May 1952.

RUSSELL, Bertrand, third Earl (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('Bertrand Russell') to Mrs Reson, 1 page 8vo (oblong, traces of former mounting on the reverse), Plas Penrhyn, Penryndeudraeth, 2 November 1959.

RUSSELL, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed in a letter to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo, 32 Great Castle Street, Regent Street, 22 April 1854.

RUSSELL, Lord John, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope addressed to the Archbishop of Canterbury and signed in the lower left-hand corner.

RUSSELL, Lord John, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to, Rodborough, 29 December 1855.

RUSSELL, Lord John, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
11 ALsS to Gilbert and Margaret (Maggy) Elliot, 29 pages 4to and 8vo with 6 envelopes, mostly Pembroke Lodge, 9 June 1846 to 13 September 1875.

RUSSELL, Sir William Howard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Walter', 3½ pages 8vo, The Grand Hotel, Dover, 29 January 1900.

RUTHERFORD, Charles Smith (This is a link to the full description)
Signature of the last remaining Canadian holder of the Victoria Cross ('Captain CS Rutherford V.C. M.C. M.M., / 5th C.M.R. Canada / August 26 1918').

RUTHERFORD, Ernest, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for the Cavendish Dinner, Cambridge, 1923, signed in pencil by Rutherford and 35 others, mostly physicists, some rather faintly, a little soiled.

RUTHERFORD, Ernest, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Menzies, 1 page 8vo, Newnham Cottage, Queen's Road, Cambridge, 19 July 1928 (received stamp of the Royal Society of Arts).

RUTHERFORD, Ernest, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Newnham Cottage, Queen's Road, Cambridge, 2 February 1925 (received stamp of the Royal Society of Arts).

RUTHERFORD, Ernest, Baron (This is a link to the full description)
Menu for the Cavendish Dinner, Cambridge, 1924, signed in pencil by Rutherford and 33 others, mostly physicists, a few in ink, drink-stain.

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SABINE, Sir Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W[illiam] H[enry] Flower (1831-1899, zoologist), 2 pages 12mo, 13 Ashley Place, 20 April 1874.

SACKVILLE-WEST, Vita (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (signed with the usual brown ink) to Mrs Everett, 1 page 8vo, Sissinghurst Castle, 27 September 1949.

SACKVILLE-WEST, Victoria Mary [Vita] (This is a link to the full description)
Good horticulural letter ('V. Sackville-West') to Mrs Cardwell, 2 pages 8vo in brown ink, Sissinghurst Castle, 13 March 1953.

ST VINCENT, John Jervis, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Madam'), 1 page 8vo (one very slight stain), Rochetts, 23 May 1821.

ST ALBANS, Charles Beauclerk, Duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS with one autograph correction to the Keeper of Bestwood Park, ½-page 4to, (remains of mount), no place, 9 April 1700.

ST ALBANS, Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed, 1 page folio (traces of former mounting on integral address leaf, portrait of St Albans tipped onto blank leaf), no place, 10 October 1671.

SAINT-BEUVE, Charles Augustin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Chère Mademoiselle'), 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL (This is a link to the full description)
Important document relating to works on the old cathedral, 3 pages folio in an italic hand (cover-page dust-stained, some wear), no date but ca 1633.


SAINT-SAENS, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to 'Mon cher ami' on two sides of a correspondence card with embossed monogram, Paris, 29 November 1909.

SAINT-SAENS, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of nine bars from the first act of Samson and Delilah, with words, 80 x 155 mm. (3 x 6 inches), dated 1921.

SAINT-SAENS, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Maillard, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, ink note in upper left hand corner, no place, no date

SAINT-SAENS, Camille (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French and Italian, to 'Carissimo' [Signorina de Bittencourt], 1 page small 4to, Rue de Courcelles [Paris], 26 January 1916.

ST VINCENT, John Jervis, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('St Vincent') to John Lempriere, 1 page folio, 'Ville de Paris in the Tagus', 13 March 1798.

ST VINCENT, John Jervis, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Frederick, Duke of York], 1 page 8vo, (oblong; originally 4to, but trimmed with no loss of text), Rosier House, Gibraltar, 26 July 1799.

ST VINCENT, John Jervis, Earl (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('St Vincent') to George Rogers, 1 page 4to with autograph address-leaf signed, Torr Abbey, 14 December 1800.

ST VINCENT, John Jervis, Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('St Vincent') to John Lempriere, 1 page folio, 'Ville de Paris in the Tagus', 13 March 1798.

SALA, George Augustus Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Maxwell [?Miss Braddon], 1 page 8vo in a small calligraphic hand, 46 Mecklenburg Square, 10 June 1884.

SALISBURY, Robert Cecil, third Marquis of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Ampthill, 3 pages 8vo, Hatfield House, 23 July 1895.

SALISBURY, Robert Cecil, third Marquis of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Miller, 1 page 8vo, Hatfield House, 'Monday morning', no date (endorsed by the recipient '10 Octr. 92').

SAMBOURNE, Edward Linley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the artist and actor Weedon Grossmith, 2 pages 4to, 18 Stafford Terrace, 20 May 1894.

SAMBOURNE, [Edward] Linley (This is a link to the full description)
Pencil sketch signed, in pencil on 1 page 8vo, slight staining, no date

SAMMONS, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed in ink and dated 1944. Attached to the remains of an album leaf.

SAMPSON, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Arthur Symons (1865-1945, poet and critic), 3 close-written pages 8vo (tears in the folds), University Library, Liverpool, 30 April 1906.

SAND, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('George') to 'Mon cher Muller', 1 page 8vo in the characteristic blue ink, no place, 'Mardi', no date

SAND, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('George Sand') to 'ma fille chérie', 1 page 8vo blind-stamped with her initials 'G S', integral blank, [Nohant], no date

SANDWICH, John Montagu, 4th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on vellum, 335 x 620 mm. (ca 13 x 24 inches), dated 22 March 1743.

SANSON, Charles-Henri (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Sanson'), in French, to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to with integral blank, 5 June 1790.

SANTLEY, Sir Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Peyton, 2 pages 8vo, 5 Upper Hamilton Terrace, 22 June 1873.

SARASATE, Pablo de (This is a link to the full description)
One-bar autograph musical quotation signed and dated 11 December 1899, laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 65 x 125 mm (3 x 5 inches).

SARASATE, Pablo de (This is a link to the full description)
Picture postcard, completed and signed, 2 January 1907.

SARDINIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879, merchant and banker) as consul for Sardinia, 1 page folio with papered seal, London 3 April 1819.

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Horner, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, 31 Tite Street, 'Saturday', no date

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Maxwell Lyte, 3 pages small 4to, the last written vertically, The Copley-Plaza [hotel], Boston, 27 February no year

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 9 ALsS to Gerald Kelly (later Sir Gerald, 1879-1972, portrait painter), 9 pages 8vo & 6 cards all written on both sides, 1913-1914 where dated

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Joicey, 2¼ pages 8vo, the final section written vertically as usual, 31 Tite Street, 2 February 1906.

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (initials) on card, 33 Tite Street, Chelsea, no date

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink with subscription ('believe me, yours very truly') from the foot of a letter, irregularly torn, no date

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in in with subscription ('believe me, yours very truly') from the foot of a letter, irregularly torn, no date

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Ponsonby, 1 page 8vo (small stain at the foot), 31 Tite Street, 29 June 1909.

SARGENT, John Singer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs De Costa, 2½ pages 8vo, 33 Tite Street, 'Friday' no date

SARGENT, Sir Malcolm (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph showing Sargent at half length, 165 x 120 mm (ca 6½ x 5 inches), signed in white pen and again subscribed and signed in ink in the margin.

SARGENT, Sir Malcolm (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, in pencil, on the reverse of a pink flyer for a concert in Bournmouth, ca 85 x 90 mm (3½ x 3½ inches).

SARGENT, Sir Malcolm (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (half-length) signed in ink on the lower white border, no date

SASSOON, Siegfried (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [Herbert] Palmer, 1 page small 4to, Heytesbury House, Wiltshire, 12 January 1950.

SATIE, Erik (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a 'carte-lettre' signed with his calligraphic monogram to [Alexis] Roland-Manuel in Lyons, 1 page 8vo with perforated border, Arcueil, 14 September 1911.

SAURET, Emile (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Mary Carmichael], 1 page 8vo, 4 Loudoun Road, 3 June 1897.

SAWYER, Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
Three LsS to Captain George O Lempriere, 4 pages folio, October 1814 and June 1815.

SAYERS, Dorothy L. (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to Mr Fairweather, 2 pages 4to (not in another hand at the head, one crease strengthened), 24 Great James Street [Camden], 26 July 1938.

SCAIFE, Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
Typescript copies, with autograph corrections, of five sonnets by Scaife, 5 pages 4to, 'Barts.', Sep 1964.

SCHUMANN, Clara (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Deine Clara') to her son Ferdinand (1850-1888), 4 pages 8vo, Frankfurt, 3 July 1884. With a transcript and full translation.

SCHUMANN, Clara (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page 4to (oblong) partially printed and completed by hand, 30 November 1886, the signature in a lighter ink.

SCHUMANN, Clara (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent on two sides of a correspondence card, no place, 'Tuesday, 30 May' no year

SCHUMANN, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 2 pages 8vo with address-leaf, 12 November 1841.

SCHUMANN, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to the music publisher [Friedrich Wilhelm] Whistling in Leipzig, 1 page 4to with address on the reverse, Dreseden, 5 July 1845.

SCHUMANN, Elisabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, signed and dated 1931 in a white margin at the foot, showing the smiling singer in a fur coat, seated and cuddling a lap dog.

SCHUMANN, Elisabeth (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, signed in a white part at the foot of the picture and dated 1930, showing the singer with her lap dog leaning against a chair.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph, signed in his small, neat writing at the foot, on the sleeve of his jacket.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss G[ladys] Clarke, ½-page 4to, (characteristically trimmed), Lambaréné, 23 April 1945.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the family of Gladys Clarke, 1 page large 4to on thin paper, (slightly tattered at right edge, one word affected), Gabon, 25 September 1960.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Mrs D Cooke, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper, Lambarene, 21 May 1957.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed in ink and inscribed to the harpsichordist, Lina Lalandi, and dated Lambaréné, 10 February 1965.

SCHWEITZER, Albert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to the Greek harpsichordist, Lina Lalandi, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Lambaréné, 10 February 1965 (the last year of his life).

SCOTSON-CLARK, George Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Illustrated ALS to Dillingham, 1½ page 8vo on black-edged paper, 6 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, 21 June 1898.

SCOTT, Cyril Meir (This is a link to the full description)
Four ALsS to George and Derek Oldham and Mrs Jaeger, in all 3½ pages 8vo, ½-page 4to and a postcard, Bayswater, Crowhurst, and Birkinhead, no date

SCOTT, Sir George Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev W H Joyce, 1 page 8vo (laid down), 20 Spring Gardens, 4 December 1858.

SCOTT, Sir George Gilbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Dean of Bristol, 3 pages 8vo, Spring Gardens, 28 January 1859.

SCOTT, Sir Percy Moreton, 1st Baronet (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph of Admiral Scott in full dress uniform with medals and sword, signed on the photograph, traces of mounting on the reverse.

SCOTT, Robert Falcon (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Robt. F. Scott'), probably cut from the foot of a letter, ca 55 x 70 mm (2 x 3 inches).

SCOTT, Robert Falcon (This is a link to the full description)
Receipt Signed, on a form, for five shillings received from Rolf Tapken, 17 February 1910, bearing the stamp of the British Antarctic Expedition.

SCOTT, Robert Falcon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Admiral Alington, 2 pages 8vo (a little soiled and with a note of identification in ink at the foot), 80 Royal Hospital Road, 17 September no year

SCOTT, Robert Falcon (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink 'Robt. F. Scott /"Discovery" Nov 17th. 1904.' on writing paper of Thornfield, Nr Bradford, Yorkshire, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf.

SCOTT, Tom (This is a link to the full description)
Brand the Builder, the original corrected typescript (two stages) and completed artwork and copy for the Ember Press edition of 1975.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Allan Cunningham, 2 pages 4to (repairs to the folds, seal tear) with integral address-leaf, Edinburgh, 25 June 1813.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to The Revd [James] Arkle in Hawick, 1 page 4to with address-leaf (a little worn), Abbotsford, 4 May 1814.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sophia] Dumergue (1768-1831), 1½ pages 8vo with integral blank and a separate address-panel, Abbotsford '6th November' [endorsed '1828'].

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Robert Rutherford (probably his cousin, 1790-1866), ½-page 8vo with address-leaf (worn in the folds), Castle Street [Edinburgh], 'Sunday am'.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to to an unnamed correspondent (signature cut out), 1 page 8vo, Abbotsford 'friday night', no date

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Rodger? [probably George Rodger, Procurator Fiscal for Selkirkshire], 1 page 8vo (laid down with address-panel), 22 February ?1831.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Sibbald in Melrose, 1 page 4½ x 5 inches (trimmed and laid down with the address panel), Abbotsford 'Thursday', no date

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (possibly George Canning), 1 page 4to (trimmed, glue stains to the reverse), Picadilly, 24 April no year

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.N. Hughes in Maidstone, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Abbotsford, 10 October [1827].

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed, on a small slip (oblong, three corners nibbled away, a little soiled) Edinburgh, 10 January 1826.

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Bullocks in Tenterden Street, Hanover Square, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (partly torn away), Edinburgh, 5 March [1819].

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (oblong), Abbotsford, 22 August ['1830' in another hand in pencil].

SCOTT, Sir Walter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Robert Pearse Gillies], 1 page 4to with one-page addition (some wear to the second leaf affecting a few words), Abbotsford, 11 January 1828.

SCOTT, Winfield (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to G J Orth, 2 pages 8vo (the blank leaf neatly inlaid), Washington, 20 July 1852.

SEDGWICK, Adam (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Mathison, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of an album leaf), no place, no date

SEGONZAC, André Dunoyer de (This is a link to the full description)
Signed photograph, inscribed to Hans Roest, ca 160 x 230 mm (6½ x 9 inches), with an autograph note signed on the reverse, 24 July 1972.

SEGOVIA, Andrés (This is a link to the full description)
Programme of a recital given in Liverpool on 23 October 1965, boldly signed on the title page.

SELOUS, Frederick Courteney (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Heatherside, Worplesdon, Surrey, 29 April 1901.

SELWYN, George Augustus (This is a link to the full description)
Group of seven ALsS, in all 3½ pages 4to, one with address-leaf, and 10 pages 8vo, 1838 to 1876, where dated.

SERVANDONI, Giovanni Niccolò (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph receipt signed, in semi-phonetic French, 1 page 8vo (oblong), no place, 14 July 1739.

SETTE OF ODD VOLUMES (This is a link to the full description)
Printed invitation with manuscript insertions, 1 page folio, London, the space for the date left blank.

SEWARD, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Henry Holland (1788-1873, physician and traveller), 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Washington, 17 December 1865.

SEWARD, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Good series of four letters (one dictated) to Sir Henry Holland (1788-1873, physician and traveller), 14 pages 8vo and 4to, October 1863 to January 1866.

SHACKLETON, Sir Ernest Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Signature cut from the foot of a typewritten letter and laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 45 x 140 mm (1½ x 5½ inches).

SHACKLETON, Sir Ernest Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Menu signed in pencil by Shackleton and 13 others connected with the Nimrod expedition, 4 pages 8vo (detached) on gold-edged card, 13 December 1909.

SHAFTESBURY, Anthony Ashley, 7th Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of eleven letters, ca 15 pages, 24 Grosvenor Square, where noted.

SHARPE, Louisa (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ackermann (probably Rudolph (1764-1834, publisher, or his son George), 1 page 4to, Clifton, 14 November 1831.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Two printed compliments cards, one with the date only in Shaw's hand ('27/6/28'), the second with an ANS (initials), 20 June 1922.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief and aphoristic ALS on a card to an unnamed correspondent, Whitehall Court, 23 August 1939.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristically curmudgeonly TLS to the editor of The Village, 1 page 4to (slightly foxed, bearing received stamp), Ayot st Lawrence, 17 Jan 1950.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G.B.S.') to Gunn Gwennet, on a postcard (somewhat bent and soiled), with his London and Welwyn addresses (postmarked Harpenden), 24 November 1949.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Late but very characteristic ALS to Mr Grimwood, 1 page 4to (rather worn especially in the folds), Ayot St Lawrence, 3 January 1950.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Extensive annotations on the subject of capital punishment written in the margins of a letter to him from the editor of Penny Pictorial Magazine.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Licence for performances of Major Barbara by the Goole Players, signed by Shaw, 2 page 4to, 30 November 1927.

[SHAW, George Bernard] (This is a link to the full description)
ALS of Charlotte Shaw ('Mrs Bernard Shaw') to Madam Delomosne, 2 pages 8vo (oblong), Ayot St Lawrence, 17 April 1919.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ANS (initials) on a printed postcard to the 'Reverend the Father Superior of the Abbey of Christ the King' in New Barnet; Ayot St Lawrence, 22 May 1934.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Identical pair of letters signed ('G Bernard Shaw' and shorthand signature), one typewritten, one in Shaw's shorthand, to William Maxwell at R & R Clark Ltd

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Licence for performances of You Never Can Tell by the Goole Players, completed and signed by Shaw, 2 page 4to (ragged in the blank area at the foot).

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('G Bernard Shaw' with a flourish), on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph of Shaw with his secretary and biographer, Blanche Patch, Shaw seated at a clavichord with his secretary leaning over him.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note Signed ('GBS') on a small card, 50 x 115 mm. (2 x 4½ inches), 10 Adelphi Terrace, 28 March 1919.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('G. Bernard Shaw') to Miss Edith M[aurice] Vance, page 4to, 10 Adelphi Terrace, 28 March 1919.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw') to Miss [Edith Maurice] Vance, 1 page 8vo, 10 Adelphi Terrace, 25 November 1899.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw') to Patrick Donovan, theologian and historian, 1½ pages small 4to (one filing hole not affecting the text), Ayot St Lawrence, 12 April 1948.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw'), to 'My dear McEvoy', 1 page 8vo (rather soiled and smudged), 10 Adelphi Terrace, 12 June 1907.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw') on a postcard (chipped, with some loss on the left) to E.R. Pease of the Fabian Society, 29 Fitzroy Square, 14 October 1895.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on both sides of a correspondence card to H[oward] G[regory] Graham, 29 October 1943.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Typescript with autograph additions and an ANS ('GBS') pinned to the head, 1 page 4to (edges and folds worn), 23 May 1928.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw') to Frank Reynolds, 1½ pages 8vo (oblong), 10 Adelphi Terrace and Ayot St Lawrence, 6 April 1927 (with autograph envelope, worn).

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw') on his correspondence-card to Frank Reynolds, director of the English Players in Paris, 28 May 1926.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
TLS with autograph postscript to Frank Reynolds, director of the English Players, 1 page 4to, 4 Whitehall Court, 24 December 1931 (date corrected by hand).

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Typically curmudgeonly ALS ('GBS') to W.G. Woodruffe on a postcard printed with his personal message, postmarked April 1947 (soiled, bent in the middle).

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence card to Miss Dorothy Furniss (traces of former mounting on the edge), Ayot St Lawrence, Welwyn, 31 March 1926.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ANS ('GBS') on his compliments-slip, a small card, 53 x 115 mm. (2 x 4½ inches), Ayot Street Lawrence, 23 October 1933.

SHAW, George Bernard (This is a link to the full description)
Very early ALS ('G. Bernard Shaw'), to Edmund Gosse (1849-1928, later Sir Edmund) ('Dear Sir'), on a postcard, 29 Fitzroy Square, 9 November 1891.

SHEARER, Norma (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a small white card ('Best wishes / Norma Shearer'), ca 45 x 75 mm (2 x 3 inches).

SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('P.B. Shelley') on a small slip (soiled, mounted, and closely trimmed), no date

SHENSTONE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his cousin [Tom] Sanders, 2 pages 4to, The Leasowes, 24 August 1756.

SHEPARD, Ernest Howard (This is a link to the full description)
Series of eleven ALsS and a card (all signed 'Kip') to a friend E[ric] W[atson] Sheaf, ca 27 pages 8vo with 4 envelopes, 1959-1969.

SHEPARD, Ernest Howard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Keith Clarke, 1 page 8vo, Woodmancote, Lodsworth, Petworth, 24 January [1974].

SHERIDAN, Philip Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sniffen, 1¼ pages 8vo (inlaid), 'Headquarters Army of the United States', Washington, 31 October 1876.

SHERIDAN, Philip Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('P.H. Sheridan / Lieut-General / U.S. Army') to Sir Henry holland, 2 pages 8vo, Langham Hotel [London], 31 March 1871.

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, (trace of mount), Hanover Square, no date Apparently unpublished.

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir') 1 page 4to (lacks address-leaf), Bruton Street, 'Sunday ?4th', no date

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
ANS ('R.B.S.') to S. Vaughan, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (rather creased, laid down, with ink inscription in another hand), 'Sunday', no date

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
Address-leaf to C. Whitefoord in Craven Street, Strand, franked by Sheridan in the lower left hand corner, remains of red-wax seal.

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('R.B. Sheridan') and a few words removed from the foot of a letter. Irregularly trimmed and laid down on card, no date

SHOVELL, Sir Clowdisley (This is a link to the full description)
LS addressed at the foot to the Clerk of the cheque at Portsmouth dockyard, 1 page folio with endorsed second leaf, Navy Office, 15 January 1695.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed or four bars, on an album leaf 142 x 175 mm. (ca 5½ x 7 inches), undated.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in pencil on the reverse of the visiting-card of a journalist in Stockholm. With a photograph of the composer. A little creased and soiled.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, slightly shaky with an ink blot (original), dated in pencil in another hand, February 1921, ca 70 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, on a small piece, 87 x 104 mm. (ca 3½ x 4½ inches) slightly creased, ? 17 February 1921.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to his publisher, [Robert] Lienau, 3½ pages 8vo (filing-holes at the head barely affecting the text), Järvenpää, 22 October 1907.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (in pencil) to (Sir) Granville Bantock ('My old Friend'), 1 page 4to with envelope, Järvenpää, 12 December 1945.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature in ink, dated London, 1909.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in pencil ('Jean Sibelius') on the first page of the programme for a Henry Wood Promenande Concert on 2 September 1948. Fine condition.

SIBELIUS, Jean (This is a link to the full description)
Bold Signature ('Jean Sibelius') in dark blue ink on a small piece of light blue paper, ca 65 x 110mm (ca 2½ x 4½ inches).

SICKERT, Walter Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Osborn, evidently a fellow artist, 2 pages 8vo, 1 Bellair Terrace, St Ives, Cornwall, no date

SICKLES, Daniel Edgar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General [Ulysses S] Grant, President of the United States, 1 page 8vo (in purple ink on lined paper, inlaid), New York, 15 November 1876.

SICKLES, Daniel Edgar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General [Ulysses S] Grant, President of the United States, 4 pages 8vo (inlaid, original ink smudges), Albany, 16 February 1872.

SIDDONS, Cecilia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Lee, relaying her grief on the death of her mother, 1½ pages 4to with address-leaf and seal, (seal-tear and some splits), London, 1 February 1832.

SIDGWICK, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3½ pages 8vo, Hill Side, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, 16 September 1887.

SIDGWICK, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Hales', 1 page 8vo, no place, 8 December no year

SIKORSKI, Wladyslaw (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on a small piece with typewritten identification and dates beneath, no date

SILOTI, Alexander (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to Frau Warburg, 1 page 4to, 20 Elsterstrasse, Leipzig, 28 November 1897.

SIMENON, George Joseph Christian (This is a link to the full description)
Evocative postcard-sized signed photograph of the author, full length in overcoat, hat and gloves, smoking a pipe, and walking down a narrow corrider, 1961.

SIMON, Sir John, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to [Thomas, 1st Baron] Horder, 2 pages 4to on separate leaves, 71 Addison Road, 12 November 1937.

SIMPSON, Sir James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Collier, 3 pages 8vo (laid down by the second leaf), Sukkur, 19 March 1846.

SIMPSON, William (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS to Wheatley, apparently his publisher, 2 pages 8vo, Hotel de Russie, Berlin, 11 & 18 March 1888.

SINCLAIR, Upton Beall (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to M Edge ('Dear Comrade'), 1 page 8vo (oblong) with envelope, Los Angeles, 31 October 1932.

SINCLAIR, Upton Beall (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Mrs Mai Edge, 1 page 8vo (oblong), Pasadena, California, 28 June 1935.

SISLEY, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Monsieur de Bellio, 2 pages 8vo (on conjoint leaves), Les Sablons, Par Moret (Seine et Marne), no date

SITWELL, Sir Osbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Everett, 2 page 8vo on the decorative paper of Renishaw Hall, 25 August 1949.

SITWELL, Sir Osbert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed ('Osbert') to G B Stern, the picture showing the stables at Renishaw, 12 February 1942.

SITWELL, Sir Osbert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed ('Osbert') to [illegible] in Block I, Albany, Montegufoni, 25 May 1922, a little soiled.

SITWELL, Sir Sacheverell (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Mr Chislett, 1 page 8vo (oblong), West Hall, Towcester, 9 August 1958.

SKEAT, Walter William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (evidently a printer), 2 pages 8vo, 2 S[alisbury] V[illas] Camb[ridge], 14 July 1877.

[SKELTON, John (This is a link to the full description)
'Skelton: A Survey', by H.L.R. Edwards, corrected typescript, 415 + viii pages and preliminaries (xi), 4to in limp boards (worn).

SLIM, William, 1st Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to A.L. Ball, 2 pages 4to, Government House, Canberra, 11 February 1958.

SLOBODSKAYA, Olga (This is a link to the full description)
Photograph, full length in costume by S Georges Ltd, 217 x 138 mm (ca 8½ x 5½ inches), signed and inscribed boldly across the image.

SMAREGLIA, Antonio (This is a link to the full description)
Fine cabinet photograph by Krziwanek, with a three-bar Autograph Music Quotation Signed headed 'Croesbecke' and dated at Trieste 19 March 1896.

SMIRKE, Sir Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink and subscription from the end of a letter (five lines, slightly trimmed, on the reverse).

SMITH, Goldwin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Elliot, 2 pages 8vo with envelope, Cornell University, Ithaca, 7 October 1871.

SMITH, Goldwin (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [the Revd W C] Lake, 2 pages 8vo, Mortimer House, Reading, 1 March 1869.

SMITH, Horatio ('Horace') (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Kingston, 4 pages 8vo, (opaque mounting tape adhering to the margin, affecting the signature), Brighton, 28 January 1830.

SMITH, Sir James Edward (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript, 1 page 4to (slightly dust-stained), 20 August 1792.

SMITH, Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
Fine series of fifty-two letters to Mrs Leicester Stanhope, ca 100 pages various formats mostly with envelopes or addresses, 1833-1844 where dated.

SMITH, Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Horace Twiss, 2 pages 8vo with address-leaf, 33 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 8 March 1837.

SMITH, Sydney (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 16mo (a little rough at the left hand edge with mounting strip to the reverse, 18 Stratford Place, 31 March 1835.

SMITH, Thomas Southwood (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Alexander, 3 pages 16mo (worn in folds), 38 Finsbury Square, 9 October 1845.

SMUTS, Jan Christiaan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Michael Sadler, 1 page 8vo, 102 Banbury Road, Oxford, 29 October 1929, with a note signed with initials from Sadler at the foot.

SMUTS, Jan Christiaan (This is a link to the full description)
Signature mounted on red card together with a printed sketch of Smuts 'as a guerilla leader during the South African War', no date

SMUTS, Jan Christiaan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs (illegible), 1 page 8vo, 102 Banbury Road, Oxford, 19 October 1929.

SMYTH, Dame Ethel Mary (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink dated December 1932, on an album-leaf.

SMYTH, Dame Ethel Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Merrick, 2 pages 8vo (tipped to an album leaf together with transcription of the letter, a newspaper photograph and an obituary of Dame Ethel),

SMYTH, Sir Nevill Maskelyne (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS (two in pencil) to his sister-in-law, Annabel Warington Smyth, and his nephew Bevil, 7 pages 4to etc., with one envelope, 9-20 April 1918.

SMYTH, William Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to u.c, 1 page 8vo, St John's Lodge 'near Aylesbury', 4 September 1858.

SOANE, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Tyrell, 1 page 8vo (small split), L[incoln's] I[nn] F[ields], 21 March no year

SOANE, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Henry Dundas (later first Viscount Melville), at this time Secretary of War, 1 page 4to, hinged to a mount, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 22 April 1799.

SOLOMON, Cutner (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed ('Solomon') and dedicated to the tenor [Derek] Oldham', undated.

SOLOMON (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on an album leaf, ca 110 x 170 mm (4½ x 6½ inches) beside a newspaper photograph of the pianist at the keyboard.

SOLOMON (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Sincerely yours / Solomon') on part of a concert programme cut down and mounted on an album leaf, ca 125 x 80 mm (4½ x 3 inches).

SOLOMON (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large signature in ink ('Sincerely yours / Solomon / May 1944') and a large album leaf.

SOMERVILLE, Edith Anna Oenene (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.OE.S.') on a postcard to Mrs Murray Guthrie in Dublin (remains of mounting on the address side), Drishane, 'Thursday' no date

SOMERVILLE, Edith Anna Oenene (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and aphorism, 1 page 8vo on writing paper stamped 'The Autograph Collection of Howes Norris, Jr', dated 17 April 1914.

SONTAG, Henriette, Countess Rossi (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Comtesse Htte Rossi), to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with small embossed and gilt crest in the upper left hand corner, Vienna 5 June 1842.

SOTHEBY, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Lower Grosvenor Street, 13 October 1826.

SOUSA, John Philip (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, three bars from The Diplomat on half of an 8vo sheet of writing paper from the Carlton Hotel, London, dated 1905.

SOUSA, John Philip (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph at three-quarter length, characteristically signed vertically, and dated 1905.

SOUSA, John Philip (This is a link to the full description)
Original watercolour portrait of Sousa at full length, with an Autograph Music Quotation Signed of three bars from 'The Diplomat' dated 1905.

SOUSA, John Philip (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, of five bars from 'The Washington Post', signed in ink and dated at Prague, May 1903 (slight fading).

SOUSA, John Philip (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard depicting the Alexandra Palace, London, signed by Sousa at the top and bearing a three-bar Autograph Music Quotation Signed from 'Hands Across the Sea', dated 1903.

SOUTH, Sir James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Callcott, 1 page 8vo, no place, 'Sund aft. 2 o'clock / 1864 July 10th (note of identification at the foot).

SOUTHAMPTON, Thos Wriothesley, 4th Earl (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Robert Long, Auditor of the Exchequer, 1 page folio with contemporary endorsements at foot and on verso, Southampton House, 30 April 1664.

SOUTHALL, Joseph Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a cousin, 1 page 8vo, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 4 December 1895.

SOUTHEY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
AL (incomplete) to his brother H[enry] in Harley Street, ½-page 8vo laid down with the address-panel, Keswick, 1 June 1837.

SOUTHEY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS (initials) to Mary Wordsworth, 1 page 8vo, no place, Wednesday morning, no date,(ca 1831).

SOUTHEY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address of F.W. Reynolds in Fitzroy Square, unsigned.

SOUTHEY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charles Bowles Fripp, 2 pages 8vo, Keswick, 9 June 1834, together with the autograph manuscript (unsigned) of an memorial inscription, 1 page 8vo.

SOUTHEY, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Willis at the Hare & Hounds, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, 'Wednesday Evening', with an Autograph Poetical Manuscript , 4 pages 8vo.

SPEKE, John Hanning (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir Roderick [Murchison], 1 page 8vo, Jordans, 11 February no year With an original photograph of Speke, 3½ x 2¼ inches.

SPEKE, John Hanning (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to U.C., 1½ pages 8vo (traces of former mounting on the closely,trimmed left-hand margin), 79 Eccleston Square, 2 March no year

SPENCER, Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [Octavia] Hill, 1 page 8vo, 38 Queens Gardens, 4 May 1882.

SPENCER, Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Messrs Kegan Paul, Trench, Scribner & Co, 1 page 8vo (slight glue stains, notation of answer at the top), Regent's Park, 19 September 1891.

SPENCER, John, 1st Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS, only one signed, to Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803, diplomat, husband of Nelson's Emma), in all 5 pages 4to with one address-leaf.

SPIEGLER, Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph Signed ('Yours truly / Arnold Spiegler / 1908') showing the young violinist holding his instrument ready to begin playing.

SPONTINI, Gaspare (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the director of the Opéra Comique in Paris, 1 page 4to integral blank, Paris, 8 July, 1843.

SPOONER, William Archibald (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo, New College, Oxford, 17 May 1916.

SPRENGEL, Herman Johann Philipp (This is a link to the full description)
Signed Photograph, head and shoulders, signed in the white space at the base of the picture and dated 21 June 1892, protected by tissue.

SPRENGEL, Herman Johann Philipp (This is a link to the full description)
2 ALsS to Victor G[ustave] Plarr, editor of 'Men of the Time', 3 pages 8vo, Denbigh Street, London, 14 March 1894 and 13 April 1899.

SPURGEON, Charles Haddon (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature on a Church of England Temperance Society souvenir card. 10 x 13 mm (4 x 5¼ inches), with some traces of former mounting, no date

SPURGEON, Charles Haddon (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and the words 'May the Lord direct you' apparently cut (irregularly) from the foot of a letter.

SPURGEON, Charles Haddon (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo (slight foxing), Westwood, Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood, 1 February 1887.

SPURZHEIM, Johann Kaspar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in English to Hutton in Dublin, 3 pages 4to with integral address-leaf (small seal tear), Edinburgh, 1 July 1816.

STAINER, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Mss of two songs, together with related or associated manuscripts.

STAINER, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS presumably to a dean, 2 pages 8vo with integral blank leaf, 5 Amen Court, 10 August no year

STALIN, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('J. Stalin' in cyrillic script in red ink), to Arthur John Cummings, 1 page 4to (paper-clip marks) [Moscow], 25 January 1933.

STANFIELD, Clarkson (This is a link to the full description)
Playful ALS to William Jerdan, 1 page 8vo with black-edged address-leaf, 27 March 1838.

STANFIELD, Clarkson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Marryat, 2 pages 8vo, London, 16 September ?1844.

STANFORD, Sir Charles Villiers (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to Carl Hentschel], 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 50 Holland Street, Kensington, 16 May 1916.

STANFORD, Sir Charles Villiers (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward] Dannreuther, 2 pages 8vo, 10 Harvey Road, Cambridge, 30 October 1886.

STANFORD, Sir Charles Villiers (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('CVS') to an unnamed correspondent, ('Caro'), 3½ pages 8vo (laid down on card), 10 Harvey Road, Cambridge, 10 February 1889.

STANHOPE, Elizabeth, née Green (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important and hitherto unknown literary correspondence, comprising nearly two thousand letters mostly to Elizabeth Stanhope, ca 1825-1885.

STANHOPE, Elizabeth, née Green (This is a link to the full description)
Elizabeth Stanhope's family album (initialled 'E.W.H.' on front), quarter morocco (worn, spine damaged), 250 x 300 mm (ca 10 x 12 inches).

STANLEY, Sir Henry Morton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W H Bates, 2 facing pages 8vo (a little soiled), 2 Richmond Terrace, Whitehall, 31 December 1895.

STANLEY, Sir Henry Morton (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Baron Greniol ('Dear Baron'), 1 page 8vo, 18 Rue Constantinople, Paris, 28 September 1878.

STANLEY, Sir Henry Morton (This is a link to the full description)
LS to The Rev R Cotterill Wanstall, 2 facing pages 8vo (stained from adhesive tape mounting, a few original blots), 34 De Vere Gardens, 21 May 1890.

STANLEY, Sir Henry Morton (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and message of greetings on 1 page 8vo, Furze Hill, Pirbright, Surrey, 17 January 1900.

STARK, Dame Freya (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to Carter, 2 pages 8vo, Athens, 28 July 1968.

STAVENHAGEN, Bernhard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine cabinet photograph by Elliott & Fry showing Stavenhaven seated, signed in ink at the head and dated Glasgow 27 January 1907.

STEAD, William Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard (a little soiled) to Miss Burnett, evidently one his employees at the Review of Reviews, 16 July 1898.

STEPHENSON, George (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [John] Hutchinson of Robert Stephenson & Co., 1 page 4to with address-leaf bearing Stephenson's wax seal of a locomotive, Alton Grange, 25 July 1837.

STEPHENSON, George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.B. Simpson, a solicitor of Derby, 2 pages 8vo with address-leaf (small seal tear), Tapton House, 2 January 1843.

STEPHENS, James (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph manuscript, signed at the head, of an early poem, 'Rain', 18 lines on 1 page 8vo (browned and laid down), dated June 1911.

STEPHENS, James (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Bethel [Solomons], 1 page 8vo (oblong, some glue adhering to the reverse), no place, no date

STEPHENS, James (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Bethel [Solomons], 2 pages 8vo (on facing pages, some creasing), National Gallery of Ireland, 27 June 1917.

STEPHEN, Sir Leslie (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (a little faint), 13 Hyde Park Gate South, 15 February 1882.

STEPHEN, Sir Leslie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [?Ernest] Gowers, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, 22 Hyde Park Gate, 28 July 1895.

STEPHEN, Sir Leslie (This is a link to the full description)
Group of five ALsS to various correspondents.

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H. Graves of 6 Pall Mall, 1 page 4to (traces of mounting on the reverse), 34 Gloucester Square, no date [watermark 1854].

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his colleague Thomas E Harrison, 1 page 4to with integral address-leaf, Newcastle, 24 August 1837.

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, (small tears on margins and fold professionally repaired), Gloucester Square, 'Sunday Mg', no date

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his colleague T[homas] E[lliott] Harrison, 2 pages 4to with integral address-leaf (seal-tear affecting only a few words), 30 May 1832.

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Rob Stephenson') to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 4to, London, 11 October 1851.

STEPHENSON, Robert (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S by Stephenson and by George Robert Stephenson, 3 pages folio with various endorsements, 24 September 1855.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Doctor [Fairfax] Ross, 1 page 8vo (rather foxed), Vailima, 25 November 1894.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph cheque signed in full, made out to John Cruickshank for £5, 20 June 1887.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (laid down on the remains of a mount), Skerryvore, Bournemouth, 23 March 1886.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Mary] Carmichael, 1 page 8vo with integral blank and envelope postmarked 14 October 1885.

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Mary] Carmichael, 1 page small 4to, no date (ca 1885).

STEVENSON, Robert Louis (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss [Mary] Carmichael, 1 page 4to, no date, with autograph envelope dated 1887.

STOCKHAUSEN, Karlheinz (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for the Holland Festival of 1969, ca 180 pages on art paper, 280 x 140 mm (11 x 5½ inches).

STOCKHAUSEN, Karlheinz (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for the Summer Course in New Music for 1970, signed and dedicated to Hans Roest, in German, 6 pages in a 3-fold format, printed on blue paper.

STODDARD, Richard Henry (This is a link to the full description)
Signed Autograph Copy of the poem 'Bird-Catching', 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

STOKER, Bram (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Robert Clarke, 2 pages 8vo (on conjunct leaves), Lyceum Theatre (blind stamp), 23 March 1887.

STOKER, Bram (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from a letter (five words of the letter in another hand), no date

STOKOWSKI, Leopold (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Alfred Kalmus of the Anglo-Soviet Music Press, 1 page 4to on flimsy paper, New York '47 March 22' (received stamp dated 28 March).

STONE, Marcus (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to unnamed correspondents ('Dear Sirs'), 1 page 8vo (neatly inlaid), 9 Melbury Road, 15 March 1887.

STONE, Reynolds (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent about an invitation to lecture and illuminated addresses, 2 pages 8vo, Ashmansworth, 19 September 1952.

STOPES, Marie Carmichael (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (filing hole, received stamp), Norbury Park, Dorking, Surrey, 9 March 1953.

STOPFORD, Sir Frederick William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph telegram to Fleetwood Wilson, 1 page 8vo (oblong), 19 December 1899, together with Wilson's telegram which prompted it.

STOPPARD, Tom (This is a link to the full description)
Limited edition printed extract from The Real Thing, signed in red ink, 1 page 4to.

STOWE, Harriet Beecher (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to the Revd George Armstrong (1791-1857, Unitarian minister and anti-slavery worker)], 2 pages 8vo with envelope, Dunrobin Castle, 18 September 1856.

STRAUSS, Eduard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Euer Wohlgeboren' [Your Excellency], 1 page 8vo, no place, no date With a full transcript and translation.

STRAUS, Ludwig (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mary] Carmichael, 2 pages 8vo, 166 Blomfield Terrace, Harrow Road, 3 May 1889.

STRAUS, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized Photograph Signed, head and shoulders of the seated composer holding a large cigar.

STRAUS, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
Large photograph (head and shoulders) signed and inscribed with a Autograph Music Quotation Signed of five bars, 275 x 200 mm. (ca 11 x 8 inches), Paris 1928.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine postcard-sized photograph signed in the white space at the foot, in heavy indelible pencil.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('Dr Richard Strauss'), on paper (extensive traces of former mounting to the reverse), undated.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed boldly in pencil in the wide lower border.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence card, probably to Frau Renée Schwarzenbach, Zurich, 7 June 1936.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Signature (in pencil) on a card, laid down on a pink album sheet, in all ca 70 x 110 (2½ x 4½ inches).

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on the elaborate writing-paper of the Grand Hotel, Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, 1 February 1909.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to George Dröscher, Director of the Berlin Royal Opera, no place, no date (postmark not deciphered). With a full translation.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Dr Paul Ertel in Berlin, Marquartstein, 21 September 1898.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to Dr P[aul] Ertel in Berlin (small crease to one corner), 'Monday', 17 December 1900.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to Dr Paul Ertel [in Berlin] 'Saturday', 11 February 1905.

STRAUSS, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine photograph, boldly signed in ink on the mount, overall 182 x 122 mm. (ca 7 x 5 inches), no date

STRAVINSKY, Igor (This is a link to the full description)
Corrected proofs of two songs from 'Berceuses du Chat', extensively annotated by the composer, 4 pages small folio (oblong), Geneva, Adolf Henn [1917].

STRAVINSKY, Igor (This is a link to the full description)
TLS (signed in red ink) to Lina Lalandi of the English Bach Festival Trust, 1 page 4to on air-mail paper, Hollywood, 22 April 1964.

STRAVINSKY, Igor (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note, unsigned, in pencil, on Athens Hilton paper (roughly torn at the foot, 26 May 1966.

STRAVINSKY, Igor (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph music motif, comprising the notes 'BACH' in red and black ink, signed 'I Str' in red, 100 x 150 mm. (4 x 6 inches).

STREET, George Edmund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to The Rev E[dward] Walford (1823-1897, compiler, editor of biographical works etc), 2 pages 8vo, 14 Cavendish Place, 2 May 1874.

[STRICKLAND, Agnes] (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 8 letters to Agnes Strickland and one to Jane Strickland (her sister), various locations, between 1829 and 1850 where dated.

STRINDBERG, August (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard to Dr [C.A.] Berthelen, Stockholm, postmarked 9 March 1906.

STUBBS, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W. Oxon') to Hooper, 3 pages 8vo, Christ Church, 18 September 1891.

STUKELEY, William (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('William Stukeley rector of S. Geo. qu. Squa'), 1 page 8vo (oblong), 24 January 1758.

SUE, Eugène (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Paul Lacroix ('le bibliophile Jacob') at 53 Rue d'Enfer, 1 page 16mo with envelope, [Paris], postmark indistinct.

SUESS, Edouard (This is a link to the full description)
LS in English to Edward Wood, 2 pages 8vo (inlaid with the envelope-front), London, 15 July 1862.

SUGGIA, Guilhermina (This is a link to the full description)
Reproduction from the National Portrait Gallery of the famous Augustus John portrait of the cellist inscribed and signed in the lower, white part.

SUK, Josef (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed on a small card (four bars evidently for violin), signed and dated 22 October 1933.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his secretary and assistant, W[ilfred] Bendall, 3 pages 8vo with envelope, Monte Carlo, 31 March 1876.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ponsonby, 2 pages 8vo, 47 Claverton Terrace, Pimlico, 15 August 1870.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed from his Tempest, with a long inscription to Weil, on an album leaf, 1 page 8vo (oblong, 162 x 249 mm, ca 6½ x 10 inches), Leipzig, 1861.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink on blue paper from the foot of a letter, no date

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Moore, 1 page 8vo (blank leaf removed), no place, '28 December' no year

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [William John] Beale (1807-1883, founder of Beale & Co. solicitors), 2 pages 8vo, Hotel Chauvain, Nice, 4 February 1878.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ingram, 3 pages 8vo, 47 Claverton Terrace, St George's Road, 8 March 1869.

SULLIVAN, Sir Arthur (This is a link to the full description)
Signature with a few words and subscription, irregularly cut from the bottom of a letter and laid down on a small sheet, 60 x 140mm (ca 2½ x 5½ inches).

SUMNER, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Charlemagne Tower, 3 pages 8vo with envelope (small nick from one corner, not affecting the text), Washington, 30 June 1871.

SUPPE, Franz (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a friend, 3 pages 8vo (split in the central fold professionally repaired), dated on the reverse in another hand 15 May 1884.

SUSSEX, Sir Thomas Radcliffe, third Earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS (T Sussex') to Sir Henry Newell, ½-page folio with address-leaf (some trimming not affecting the text), from the Co[u]rt, 21 July 1578.

SUTHERLAND, Graham (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and TLS to Jeremy Hyman, 2 pages 8vo (a little worn and soiled), Trottiscliffe and Mention, 16 October 1975 and no date

SUTHERLAND, Graham (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Bottrall, 1 page 8vo (mounting strip adhering to reverse), White House, Trottiscliffe, West Malling, 27 June 1951.

SUTTON, Charles Manners (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Cantaur.') to an unnamed peer ('My Dear Lord'), 2 pages 4to, Addington [Palace], 27 September 1820.

SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to E[dward] Arnold (1857-1942, publisher), 1 page 8vo (small filing hole), The Pines, Putney Hill, 8 July 1891.

SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS, one (and the other almost certainly) to the classical scholar R.D. Archer-Hind, 3 page 8vo, The Pines, 4 August and 11 September 1898.

SYDNEY, Henry, first earl of Romney (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio, Office of Ordnance, 23 February 1693.

SYMONS, Arthur William (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to Walter Hill, Island Cottage [Wittersham, Kent], 21 July (postmarked 1918).

SYMONDS, John Addington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Robert Dan at Clifton College, 1 page 8vo with envelope, Clifton Hill House, 26 November 1872.

SYMONDS, John Addington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the poet and critic Arthur Symons (1865-1945), 2 pages 8vo with envelope, on embossed writing paper of the Athenaeum Club, 26 October 1889.

SYMONDS, John Addington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Albert [Rutson], 3 pages 8vo, Am Hof, Davos Platz, Switzerland, 14 July 1887.

SYNGE, (Edmund) John Millington (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a postcard (one side) to A Francis Stewart (or Steuart) in Edinburgh, Glendalough House, Kingstown, Dublin, 21 November [postmark 1907].

SZIGETI, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Signature, on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches), dated 1932 in his hand.

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TAFT, William Howard (This is a link to the full description)
White House Card Signed and inscribed to Miss Elsa Rosenfeld, dated 1909.

TAGLIONI, Maria (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Marie Taglioni') in French to Mr de Mars, editor of the Revue des Deux Mondes, 2 pages 4to with address-leaf (slightly tattered at the edges).

TAGORE, Sir Rabindranath (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders), signed in ink on the white lower border, no date

TAGORE, Sir Rabindranath (This is a link to the full description)
Two ALsS (one partial) to Mrs Spencer Edge, 2 pages 8vo with two envelopes (stamps excised from one), Boulogne and Shantiniketau, 22 Apr and 9 Nov 1921.

TAGORE, Sir Rabindranath (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph inscription (unsigned), of six lines on 1 page 8vo (oblong), no date

TAGORE, Sir Rabindranath (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (three-quarter length, in generally fine condition) signed in ink (Bengali script) and dated July 1926.

TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Charles Maurice de (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, a printed form completed and signed in ink, addressed to the consul-general in Alep, 1 page 4to with address-leaf 30 Prairial An 6 [18 June 1798].

TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Charles Maurice de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('pce talleyrand'), to Mr Colmache at the Hôtel Talleyrand in Paris, 1 page 4to with address-leaf bearing postmarks and red wax seal, Langeais, 6 December 1836.

TAUBER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed and inscribed, partly on a dark portion, 1935 (signs of mounting on the reverse, upper left-hand corner repaired).

TAYLOR, Sir Herbert (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General Lord Hill, 1 page 4to with docketed second leaf, Windsor Castle, 20 August 1835.

TCHAIKOVSKY, Peter Ilyich (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Katou' in Russian, both sides of a correspondence-card (two words on first page smudged) with autograph envelope (part torn away), 3 June no year

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to [Thomas] Townshend, 1 p. 4to with address-leaf, Towcester, 3 January 1827.

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Abingdon Street, 'Thursday Morng.' no date [post-1821].

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Samuel Wells, 1 page 8vo, Abingdon Street, 28 September 1833.

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Eyre Lee, solicitor of Birmingham, 1½ pages 4to with address-leaf (small tears and trace of former mounting), Newport, 16 July 1832.

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to T[homas] Townshend, 1 p. 4to with address on the reverse, also signed ('To be forwarded / Tho. Telford'), London, 27 March 1828.

TELFORD, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Townshend, the Canal Contractor at Birmingham, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, London, 2 September 1825.

TEMPLE, Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('F Cantuar') to C.W. Holgate, 3 pages 8vo, Lambeth Palace, 14 April 1902.

TENNIEL, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Gerald Christy, 1 page 8vo, neatly inlaid, 10 Portsdown Road, Maida Hill, 19 May 1892.

TENNIEL, Sir John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Robb, 2 pages 8vo, 10 Portsdown Road, Maida Hill, 25 June 1888.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('A Tennyson') and address 'Lincoln's Inn Fields / London' with wide margins. A little smudged.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Ballads and Other Poems, London, 1880. Hallam Tennyson's copy signed by him and heavily annotated. Binding a little loose and soiled.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William B??tham in Frith Street, Soho Square, 1 page ca 3½ x 4 inches trimmed and laid down with the address-panel, no date

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('AT' as a monogram) to [James T.] Knowles, 1 page 8vo, Farringford, Freshwater, Isle of Wight (blind stamp), no date

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to 'My dear Archie', ½-page 8vo neatly laid down, Farringford, Freshwater, Isle of Wight (blind stamp), no date

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Fine unpublished ALS to his wife, Emily Sellwood Tennyson ('Dearest'), 3½ pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Farringford, 'Friday 24 [April 18]68'.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
AL (signature and subscription missing) to [Edward] Moxon, 1 page 8vo (trimmed at the foot), Eastbourn[e], 10 June, no year

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs Williams & Norgate, 1 page 8vo (slightly trimmed at the top), Farringford (blind stamp), 20 March 1876.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Sir W[illiam] Boxall (1800-1879, director of the National Gallery), 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf and envelope, Farringford, 12 February 1872.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('A Tennyson / February 10th 1853'), on a small slip, ca 55 x 115 mm (2 x 4½ inches), laid down on the remains of an album leaf.

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS ('To Sir Alfred Lyall' and '1882' in another hand), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (unevenly torn at the left hand side).

TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('A Tennyson') and fourteen words cut from the bottom of a letter, no date Remains of glue to the reverse from former mounting.

TERRY, Dame (Alice) Ellen (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed ('Ellen Terry, & her Friend "Bruin"'), postmarked 1 December 1904.

TETRAZZINI, Luisa (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph showing the singer at full-length, mechanically reproduced, signed and inscribed in ink vertically on the right hand side and dated at London 1912.

THACKERAY, Anne (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Robinson, 3 pages 8vo (soiled), 'Thursday', no date

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [George Augustus] Sala, 1 page 8vo closely written (lightly soiled with traces of glue on the reverse), 86 Onslow Square, 10 March [1860].

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
Conclusion of an ALS in Thackeray's sloping hand with a complete postscript of five lines inviting the Savages to dinner.

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W.M.T.') to [Sir James Emerson] Tennent (1804-1869), 1 page 16mo, 13 Young Street, Kensington, 'Monday' no date

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W M Thackeray') to Lady [Letitia] Tennent, wife of the MP Sir James Emerson Tennent, ½ page 8vo, 36 O[nslow] Square, 1 January no year

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription on an otherwise blank piece, laid down, no date

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Elizabeth [Thackeray] in his sloping hand, 1½ pages small 8vo with integral blank, Liverpool, 29 October [1852].

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('WMT') to Mrs Bayne [the former Alicia Pryme], 1 page 16mo (slight paper-clip stain) in his upright hand, Brompton, 'Monday', no date

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (a little soiled, with a vertical crease), Kensington, 18 April no year (watermark apparently [18]49.

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to Major General Sir H[enry Knights] Storks (1811-1874) at the War Office, characteristically written on the inside of the envelope, no date

THACKERAY, William Makepeace (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Patrick Chalmers in Aberdeen, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 36 Onslow Square, 24 February 1859. The heading in his upright hand and the text sloping.

THALBERG, Sigismund (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Joubaux, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, 7 April no year With a translation.

THALBERG, Sigismund (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed, three bars of a four-part canon in B minor, dated London 3 February 1838, 105 x 167 mm. (ca 4 x 6½ inches).

THELWALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the shoemaker Thomas Hardy, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Norwich, 24 July 1796.

THESIGER, Frederic John Napier (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Chelmsford') to 'Eric', 4 pages 8vo, Viceregal Lodge, Simla, 15 June 1918.

THIERS, Louis Adolphe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Mrs Harriet Grote], in French, 1½ pages 8vo, London, 6 February 1852.

THOMAS, Ambroise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to Heemann, 2½ pages 8vo, no place, 16 September 1866.

THOMAS, Ambroise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Larminat, 3 pages 8vo, 'Samedi 17', no date

THOMAS, Ambroise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a friend, 1 page small 8vo, 6 March 1886.

THOMAS, Ambroise (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with address-leaf, 28 January 1876.

THOMAS, Dylan (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to D[onald] Milner of the Times Educational Supplement, 1 page small 4to, Boat House, Laugharne, 28 May 1951.

THOMAS, George Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Colonel J J Noah in Columbia, Tennessee, 1 page 8vo (neatly inlaid), Headquarters Department of the Cumberland, Louisville, Kentucky, 23 May 1867.

THOMAS, William Moy (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to N[?eville Northey] Burnand, 4 pages 8vo (rather soiled and foxed), 73 Charles Street, City Road, 26 May 1853.

THOMSON, Sir Joseph John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Worthington, ½-page 8vo, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, 19 March 1912.

THORNDIKE, Dame Sybil (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('with good wishes from / Sybil Thorndike / Jan 1933'), on an album leaf, ca 95 x 160 mm (3½ x 6 inches).

THORNDIKE, Dame Sybil (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Bernard Osborne, 1 page 4to (oblong, edges somewhat ragged), on her writing paper as from the Ambassador Theatre, 7 July 1926.

'TICHBORNE' Sir Roger (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('R.C.D. Tichborne') to James Bartlett, 2 facing pages 8vo (rather soiled, and repaired in the folds), 34 Bessborough Street, 22 August 1873.

TIPPETT, Sir Michael (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Ronald Senator, 1 page 4to (A4) on writing-paper listing his international collection of publishers, 21 August 1979.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
ANS ('JRRT') on the reverse of an invitation from The Society, with envelope addressed to J F Wordsworth, Bournemouth, postmarked 20 May 1973.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Ronald Tolkien') to fellow Oxford don [Jonathan] Wordworth, 2 pages 8vo, on writing-paper of George Allen & Unwin publishers. 16 November 1968.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow Oxford don Jonathan Wordsworth, 1½ pages 8vo with envelope, Headington, Oxford, 27 February 1968 (ink smudge, legibility unaffected).

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
TLS ('J R R Tolkien') to fellow Oxford don Jonathan Wordsworth, 1 page 8vo with envelope signed with initials, Headington, Oxford, 6 June 1966.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to fellow Oxford don Jonathan Wordsworth, 1 page 8vo, Merton College, Oxford, 14 May 1972.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
Fine TLS ('Ronald Tolkien') to fellow Oxford don Jonathan Wordsworth, 2½ pages 4to, Merton College, Oxford 26 September 1972.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Ashton, father of a student of Tolkien's at Leeds, 2 pages 8vo, 2 Darnley Road, West Park, Leeds (blind stamp), 12 June 1925.

TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Ronald] Ashton, 2 pages 8vo (oblong, weakness in the central fold professionally repaired), 22 Northmoor Road, Oxford (blind stamp), 12 March 1927.

TOLSTOI, Count Leo Nicolaevitch (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, ('Leo Tolstoy'), partially printed, and completed by hand, 2 pages folio (a little creased and worn), 1908.

TOLSTOI, Count Leo Nicolaevitch (This is a link to the full description)
Small reproduction photograph on a card, from a painting, signed in black ink 'Leo Tolstoy' and dated 5 December 1904 (?1907).

TOMLINSON, Ernest (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed and inscribed, 5 bars in the treble clef from his Passepied (Opus 1), on card ca 115 x 90 mm (4½ x 3½ inches), 1956.

TONKS, Henry (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Marriott, 1 page 8vo, The Slade School of Fine Art, 2 July 1927.

TOOLE, John Lawrence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 1 page 8vo, Folly Theatre, Charing Cross, 7 July 1880.

TOPHAM, Francis William ('Frank') (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to William Carpenter, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper with integral blank leaf, Warwick House, 86 Adelaide Road, 18 May 1862.

TORTELIER, Paul (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on the title page of a programme for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, 7 March 1964.

TOSCANINI, Arturo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine postcard-sized Photograph Signed, a head-and-shoulders portrait of the conductor in hat and coat, dated by him 22 September 1934.

TOSCANINI, Arturo (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized Photograph of the entire Vienna Philharmonic, seated before a classical building, Signed by Toscanini on the reverse.

TOSCANINI, Arturo (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature in green ink on a postcard-sized card bearing a small reproduction photograph of the conductor in the upper right hand corner.

TOSCANINI, Arturo (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of three bars from Donizetti, dated 12 May 1927, 64 x 1206 mm. (ca 2½ x 4¼ inches, on a black mounting board).

TOWNSHEND, George, 4th Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio with red wax seal, partially printed and completed by hand, 31 July [1777].

TRANSATLANTIC CABLE (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of two men connected with the first successful cable, 1865/66. James Anderson, captain of the Great Eastern, and Daniel Gooch, financier.

TRANSPORTATION (This is a link to the full description)
Correspondence (2 ALsS, 4 draft letters, 1 Doc S), largely between Henry Meredith and John Foster, 10 pages total, Birmingham and Potter Heigham, 1838-40.

TRANSPORTATION (This is a link to the full description)
A conditional pardon for a convict transported to New South Wales, 1 page folio on vellum with pendant papered seal, Sydney, 14 July 1835.

THE TREATY OF LOCARNO, 1925 (This is a link to the full description)
Original photograph of the delegates to the Locarno Treaty, signed on the mount in ink by the principal delegates of all the countries represented.

TRELAWNY, Edward John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent (no superscript), 1½ pages 8vo, Sompting, 24 October 1869.

TREVES, Sir Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
Fine long ALS to the proprietor or editor of 'Science for All', 7 pages 8vo withe recipient's endorsement on the reverse, Wicksworth, Derby, 13 March 1878.

TREVES, Sir Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Thatched House Lodge, Richmond Park, Kingston-on-Thames, 16 January 1915.

TREVES, Frederick (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Marsh, 1 page 8vo, 6 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, 28 June 1903.

TRICOUPIS, Spyridion (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('S. Tricoupi') in English to [John] Backhouse, secretary to George Canning, 3 pages 4to, 2 Chester Terrace, Friday 18 July, no year

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque made out and signed by Trollope on the printed form of the Union Bank of London, the signature elaborately cancelled with pen-strokes.

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS probably to Sir John Everett Millais (the name not clear), 1 page 8vo (laid down, extensive mounting to reverse), Harting, 26 December 1880.

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the art-dealers Messrs Colnaghi, 1 page 8vo, Waltham House, 3 March 1865.

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
Cheque made out and signed by Trollope on the printed form of the Union Bank of London, the signature elaborately cancelled with pen-strokes.

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to H[erbert] Joyce (1831-1897, Post Office official and librarian, later its historian), 1 page 8vo, Birkenhead, 24 August 1859.

TROLLOPE, Anthony (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Holland', 1 page 8vo, 39 Montagu Square, 23 March 1878

TUDOR DEED (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive vellum deed, ca 190 x 325 mm (7½ x 13 inches), tag with red wax seal, 20 August 1552.

TURGENEV, Ivan Sergeyevich (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Chère Madame'), 1 page 8vo with blank leaf (with signs of mounting)_, 16 Beaumont Street, Marylebone [London], Wednesday no date

TURNER, Dawson (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, 1 page 8vo, Yarmouth, 28 August 1840.

TURNER, J.M.W. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W[illiam] B[ernard] Cooke (1778-1855, line engraver), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf (the latter trimmed), 6 February 1825.

TURNER, Joseph Mallord William (This is a link to the full description)
Good AL (third person) to William Bernard Cooke, 1 page 4to with address-leaf, Queen Anne Street West, 20 July 1818. Note of receipt in Cooke's hand at the head.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Sir'), 1 page 8vo, Royal Institution, 13 April no year

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [R D] Bowles, 4 pages 8vo, Brieg, Switzerland, 27 August 1881.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Sir Thomas', 1 page 8vo, Alp Lusgen, Brieg, Switzerland, 20 September 1889.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from a letter.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr King, 1 page 8vo, (remains of mount on verso of second leaf), Royal Institution, 1 October 1873.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Thomas] Woolner (1825-1892, sculptor), 1 page 8vo, Royal Institution (blind stamp), 16 March 1876.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting on the reverse), blind stamp of the Royal Institution, 30 March no year

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Lord of the Manor of Witley, 3 pages 8vo (traces of mounting to reverse), Royal Institution, 7 February 1882.

TYNDALL, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Buxton, 1 page 8vo in purple ink, Royal Institution (blind stamp), 4 March no year

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UNDERTAKER'S ACCOUNT BOOK (This is a link to the full description)
Manuscript account book recording burial costs in Middlebrook, Virginia, 7 pages in a 4to ledger with numbered pages, 14 August 1887 to 17 September 1894.

UPCOTT, William (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, partially in another hand, 1 page 8vo, (traces of mount on verso), London Institution, no date [circa 1824].

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VALERY, Paul (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Paul Valéry'), to the German scholar Ernst Robert Curtius, 2 pages 4to (small fold splits), La Polynésie, Giens (Var), 24 August 1933.

VAMBERY, Arminius (This is a link to the full description)
Signature glued to the remains of an album leaf (glue stains), ca 45 x 90 mm (2 x 3½ inches).

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS ('Love Ralph') to 'My dear Phyllis', 1 page 8vo (oblong), 10 Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, no date

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of 4 ALsS ('Ralph'), two cards and a sheet of writing paper probably accompanying gifts ('To Daphne with love from Ralph', Xmas 1938, 1934 & no date).

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed aspiring poet, 1 page 4to (traces of former mounting on the back), The White Gates, Westcott Road, Dorking, 4 January 1939.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Acerbic TLS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (oblong, a little worn, especially in the central fold), The White Gates, Dorking, 26 July 1952.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph instructions (signed with initials) to prepare a score , headed 'Pageant Music', 1 page 4to, The White Gates, Dorking, no date

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Ralph (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription ('with kind regards / R Vaughan Williams'), possibly from the foot of a letter, on paper with wide margins.

VAUXHALL GARDENS (This is a link to the full description)
Ticket of admission to the gardens, printed with 'Admit Two' and '"GLOBE"', 60 x 90 mm. (ca 2½ x 3½ inches), signed by ?'A Gore' and dated 13 July 1847.

VEDRINES, Jules (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph message signed, in pencil on the reverse of a card advertising the evening meetings of the Aéro-Club de France, dated 9 December 1912.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Autograph Note Signed, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, no place, no date (probably 1890-1893).

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi, 1 page 8vo with autograph envelope, 'Martedi', no date

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and a three-line autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph word (a couple of slight stains), in an envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message (in pencil), in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
Verdi's visiting card with the printed name and an autograph message, in an autograph envelope addressed to his publisher, Giulio Ricordi.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr [Ercolano] Balestra in Parma, 1 page 8vo with integral address-leaf, Busseto, 7 May 1858. With a full translation.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ANS on one side of a correspondence-card to Eugenio Tornaghi, secretary to the publishers Ricordi, with envelope, Genoa, 19 March 1891.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Ferdinand Hiller, 4 pages 8vo, Genoa, 24 January 1882.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Giuseppe Auteri De Cristoforo in Catania, 1 page 8vo with integral blank and the original envelope, Busseto, 20 September 1893.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Giuseppe Auteri De Cristoforo in Catania, 1 page 8vo with integral blank and the original envelope, Santa Agata, 18 May 1885.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Doctor Ercolano Balestra in Parma, 1 page 8vo with integral facing address-leaf, Tabiano, 1 July 1858. With translation.

VERDI, Giuseppe (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Giovanni Maloberti, 1 page 8vo with the envelope laid down on the otherwise blank second leaf, 'Sabato', postmarked 20 October 1875 (a Sunday).

VERLAINE, Paul-Marie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Cher Monsieur'), ½-page 8vo, Nancy, 10 September 1893.

VERNEUIL, Edouard Poulletier de (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed colleague, 1¼ pages 8vo, no place, no date

VIARDOT, [Michelle] Pauline (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to an unnamed correspondent ('Monsieur'), 1 page 8vo , Sunday 11 November [1860]. With a translation.

VICTORIA, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a subdean, 4 pages 8vo, Marlborough House, no date

VICTORIA, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Original draft of an LS to the Queen of Sweden and Norway, with a three-line subscription, 2 pages 4to, Buckingham Palace, 6 June 1859.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Early Doc S, 1 page folio on vellum, given at Windsor, 10 September 1838, countersigned by Lord Glenelg.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page oblong folio with papered seals (a little worn in the folds), given at Windsor, 15 February 1855, countersigned by Lord Panmure.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('Victoria R') cut from the head of a document, still bearing most of the paper seal and the Queen's title.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed in approval at the head ('Victoria R.I.'), 4½ pages folio & 2 pages 4to, War Office, 10 December 1875.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person: 'The Queen') to Sir G[eorge] Grey, 1 page 8vo, colourful crest with two flags and a laurel wreath, noted in another hand 'Balmoral 1855'.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed ('Victoria RI') at the head, 3 pages folio with embossed paper seal, given at St James's, 12 February 1899.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Envelope addressed by the Queen to Theodore Martin and franked in the lower left-hand corner 'The Queen'.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on paper (a little soiled), given at St James's, 30 June 1858.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on paper (a little worn), given at St James's, 30 April 1858.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on paper (a little browned), given at St James's, 10 June 1856.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on paper (very browned in the folds), given at St James's, 18 November 1851.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio on paper (rather browned overall), given at St James's, 16 April 1853.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) from Lord Russell to the Queen, signed by the Queen at the head ('Appd / V R I'), 1½ pages 4to, Pembroke Lodge 29 April 1865.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Fine Doc S, 1 page large folio on parchment paper with papered seal, counterisgned by Lord Clarendon, Given at St James's, 11 April 1866.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S with a very large signature, 1 page large folio, with papered seal (small stains), Given at St James's, 14 March 1896.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in particularly fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's 3 May 1873.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2 pages folio with integral blank leaf and papered seal, given at Windsor, 16 April 1838 - the first year of her reign.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's, 9 August 1888.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's, 4 May 1865.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2 pages folio with papered seal and integral blank leaf, given at Buckingham Palace, 13 July 1843.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio, with papered seal, given at St James's, 5 April 1870.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2 pages folio with integral blank leaf and papered seal, given at St James's, 13 September 1861.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's, 2 November 1869.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine and clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's, 12 October 1874.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2½ pages folio with integral blank leaf and papered seal, given at St James's, 20 November 1854.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S in fine clean condition, 1 page large folio with papered seal, given at St James's, 30 June 1871.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Very early AL (third person) as Queen, 1 page 8vo (black-edge chipped, traces of mounting on the reverse), Kensington Palace, 25 June 1837.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1 page 8vo with gold crest and integral blank (traces of mounting), Windsor Castle, 17 December 1839.

[VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
LS from Edward, Duke of Kent, to George Canning announcing the imminent birth of his daughter, 2 pages 8vo (glue on the second), 23 May 1819.

[VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Admission ticket to the coronation of Queen Victoria, partially printed, on green paper (folded with some splitting, mounting on the reverse), [1838].

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to Sir James [?], 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Buckingham Palace, 14 February 1857.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong, a little worn in the folds and slightly soiled), St James's, 28 February 1856.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page large folio with embossed blue paper seal, given at St James's, 11 March 1895, countersigned by the fifth marquis of Lansdowne.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Ever your loving Gan Gan VRI') to Prince Leopold of Battenberg ('Darling Leopold'), 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, Balmoral, 28 May ?1900.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Victoria R.' at the head), 5 pages folio tied with blue ribbon, and papered seal, Balmoral, 28 May 1881.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Victoria R.' at the head), 1 page large folio (oblong) with papered seal (a little soiled in the folds), St James's, 31 March 1879.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Victoria R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) with papered seal and blue revenue stamp, St James's, 11 November 1850.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Victoria R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong) with papered seal and blue revenue stamp, St James's, 27 February 1867.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Victoria R.' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with papered seal and blue revenue stamps, St James's, 3 May 1858

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Victoria R.I.') to Lady Symons, 3 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with autograph envelope, Balmoral Castle, 27 October 1899.

VICTORIA, Queen (This is a link to the full description)
Original draft of a LS to the Queen of Sweden and Norway, with a three-line subscription, 2 pages 4to, Buckingham Palace, 6 June 1859.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. ('Appd Victoria R.I.'), 1 page large folio with integral docketed second leaf (repaired in the folds), Horse Guards, 3 December 1841.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Good, bold signature ('Approved / Victoria R I'), ca 50 x 130mm (2 x 5 inches), laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ['August 1885' in another hand].

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person), 1¼ pages 8vo on deeply black-bordered paper, Osborne [Isle of Wight], 14 February 1865.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristic brief Autograph Note, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper Osborne [Isle of Wight], no date

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('Victoria R' at the head), 2 pages 8vo on paper with integral endorsed leaf and papered seal, St James's, 17 June 1850.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('Victoria R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum) with paperd royal seal and revenue stamp, St James's, 6 February 1847.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Victoria R' at the head), 2 pages folio on paper with endorsed second leaf and papered seal, St James's, 8 November 1883.

VICTORIA (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S ('Victoria R I' at the head), 1 page oblong folio on stiffened paper, given at St James's, 31 January 1887.

VICTOR EMMANUEL I (This is a link to the full description)
Important group of four ALsS ('Victor Emmanuel') as Duke of Aosta, to Admiral Lord Keith, in all 9 pages 4to with one envelope (stained), Gene and Naples.

VICTOR EMMANUEL II (This is a link to the full description)
Fine large bold signature on paper (traces of mounting on the reverse).

VICTORIA ADELAIDE MARY LOUISE, Princess (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph by Byrne & Co of Richmond, signed and inscribed 'for dear Maggie from Victoria Empress Frederick' (traces of glue at the head), no date

VIEUXTEMPS, Henri François Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to Julius Rietz (1812-1877, cellist and conductor), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Drey Eichenhain, 29 September 1859. With a translation.

VIOLINISTS (This is a link to the full description)
Signatures of Jacques Thibaud, Adolph Brodsky, Arthur Catterall and Daniel Melsa together on an 8vo album leaf (oblong).

VIOLLET-LE-DUC, Eugène (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to the editor of the Gazette des Beaux-Arts], 1 page 16mo with inegral blank, 27 July 1862.

VIOLLET-LE-DUC, Eugène (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to the editor of the Gazette des Beaux-Arts], 1 page 16mo with inegral blank, 14 July 1862.

VIZETELLY, James (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive ALS to M. La Chevalier de Chatelain (1801-1881, journalist), 3 pages 8vo, 13 September 1852.

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WAAD (or Wade), Armagil (This is a link to the full description)
Document relating to payments due to Waad from the treasury, 3 pages folio, Latin and English, 1551-1554.

WADE, George (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, 1 page folio (slight soiling at the outer edge), 7 November 1743.

WAGHORN, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
LS, 1 page 4to (tattered at the left hand side), 34 Cornhill, 17 July 1847.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward] Dannreuther ['Lieber Freund!'], 2 page 8vo in purple ink (a few small stains and slight splitting in the folds), ['May 1879'].

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Richard Wagner'), in French, to an unnamed correspondent, 1 p. 8vo, no place, no year [Paris?], 13 June 'soir'.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in German to B Seligsberg, ½-page 8vo (rather faded, some professional repairs), 13 August 1873.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his publisher [E.W. Fritzsch in Leipzig], 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Bayreuth, 13 August 1872. With a translation.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in characteristic purple ink to a friend, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, no date [perhaps from Leipzig, 12 May 1871]. With a translation.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Herr Schott (the music publisher in Mainz), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Karlsruhe, 2 February ('62' added in another hand).

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Leipzig firm of G. Steckner, 1 page 8vo in purple ink with integral blank, Bayreuth, 11 December 1877. With translation.

WAGNER, Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('R Wagner') in German to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank leaf, Lucerne, end of February 1872.

WAGNER, Siegfried (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an orchestral leader, 2½ pages 8vo with the vignette of the Hôtel & Pension Axenstein, Waldstättersee, 10 September 1899.

WAIN, Louis William (This is a link to the full description)
Pencil cat drawing signed in pencil with a signed autograph verse in ink below('Those with feelings wondrous kind / Can love with felines ever find').

WAIN, Louis William (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristic pencil drawing of the face of a cat, signed at the foot, irregularly trimmed to 68 x 65 mm. (ca 2½ x 2½ inches).

WAIN, Louis William (This is a link to the full description)
Characteristic pencil drawing of the face of a cat, signed at the foot, irregularly trimmed to 52 x 52 mm. (ca 2 x 2 inches).

WALDEGRAVE, James, Second Earl (This is a link to the full description)
Fragmentary Document Signed, ½-page folio from a larger document, 2 July 1752.

WALLACE, Edgar (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Carl Hentschel, 1 page 4to, 31 Portland Place, 7 May 1928.

WALLACE, Edgar (This is a link to the full description)
Signed cabinet photograph by Elliott & Fry, a head and shoulders portrait of the young Wallace, signed on a light portion of the photograph.

WALLACE, Edgar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a correspondence-card to another Mr Wallace, 2 sides, 71 Clarence Gate Gardens, 16 December 1921, together with the typescripts of three one-act plays by Wallace.

WALLACE [formerly Jackson], Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Sir Robert', 3 pages 8vo, Hertford House, Manchester Square, 9 August 1888.

WALLACE [formerly Jackson], Sir Richard (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph receipt in French, 1 page 8vo, Paris, 10 February ?year.

WALLER, Robert Ferns (This is a link to the full description)
Extensive literary correspondence comprising ca 350 letters to Waller between 1936 and 1966, principally 1947-1955.

WALLIS, Sir Barnes Neville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS and TLS (with autograph additions) to the graphologist Jeanne Heal, 2 pages 4to, 16 and 23 May 1974, with copies of two letters from Miss Heal.

WALPOLE, George, third earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page folio, Highhead, 22 January 1784.

WALPOLE, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Hor Walpole') to his cousin the Hon. Thomas Walpole 'at Hayes near Bromley in Kent', 1 page 4to with address-leaf, 'Thursday November 5th', [1767].

WALPOLE, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Hannah More, 1 page 8vo with remains of address-leaf ('to Miss More / at the Adelphi'), lightly hinged to a mount, [Berkeley Square], 11 March [?1789].

WALPOLE, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)


WALPOLE, Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Winnie Oldham, 2 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting in the margin), 40 Piccadilly, 23 May 1929.

WALPOLE, Hugh (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Reginald Turner ('My dear Reggie'), 2 pages 8vo, Hotel Sacher, Vienna, 22 March 1922.

WALPOLE, Sir Robert, 1st Earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
Letter Signed, addressed to the Duke of Montagu, 1 page folio (rather browned and brittle, some chipping to blank margin, laid down), 10 June 1737.

WALPOLE, Sir Robert, 1st earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S., 2 pages large folio (fairly extensive old repairs and weakness in the folds), Treasury Chambers, 1 October 1736.

WALPOLE, Robert, first earl of Orford (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio (torn in two as usual by way of cancellation, without loss of text), Whitehall Treasury Chambers, 13 December 1723.

WALPOLE, Spencer Horatio (This is a link to the full description)
The Archive of Spencer Horatio Walpole together with papers of his son, Sir Spencer Walpole (1839-1907, historian and civil servant) and related material.

WALTER, Bruno (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph showing Walter as a youngish man standing at a desk with another man seated, boldly signed in ink. The picture itself very dark and obscure, no date

WALTER, Bruno (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a picture postcard (the American Line Manchuria, to Hugino Franchetti in Munich, on board ship, 19 January 1923.

[WALTON, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Series of six ALsS from Walton's widow, Susana, to Neil [Tierney], author of William Walton: His Life and Music (1984), 1986-1993 where dated.

WALTON, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('William Walton') on paper mounted on the remains of an album leaf, no date

WALTON, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Series of four ALsS to the Greek harpsichordist Lina Lalandi, 4 pages 8vo, Ischia, 1971 & 1972, with one by his wife Susana, 1977.

WALTON, Sir William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink ('William Walton') on the last page of the programme for a Promenande Concert on 4 August no year, but probably 1940s.

WARD, Henrietta (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Bompass, 4 pages 8vo on dark green paper with envelope, 3 Chester Houses, Chester Square, postmark 22 February 1892.

WARD, Robert Plumer (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Robt. Plumer Ward') to an indecipherable correspondent, ½-page 8vo, (traces of former mount), London, 5 January 1843.

WARNER, Sir Pelham Francis (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS to [J.L. Garvin], 5 pages 8vo, Riverside, Datchet, 8 November 1925.

WARWICK, Robert Rich, Second earl of (This is a link to the full description)
LS by Warwick and four others, one a regicide, to the commissioners of the Navy, 1 page folio, Westminster 4 August 1646.

WASHBURNE, Elihu Benjamin (This is a link to the full description)
Important and lengthy ALS to Ulysses S Grant, 4 pages large 4to (the second leaf inlaid), Carlsbad, Bohemia, 24 July 1871.

WATERHOUSE, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Messrs George Jackson & Sons, 1 page 8vo, 20 New Cavendish Street, 21 April 1886.

WATERHOUSE, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper (small stains), 20 New Cavendish Street, 28 May 1875.

WATERHOUSE, Alfred (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Sterling, 4 pages 8vo (traces of mounting to the left of the first page), 20 New Cavendish Street, 2 December 1872.

BATTLE OF WATERLOO (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important collection of contemporary maps and related correspondence, some in need of professional restoration.

THE WATERLOO BALL (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Flora Tristram, reminiscing about the Waterloo Ball, 6 pages 8vo on black-edged paper with envelope, Woodstock Inistioge, Ireland, 1 September 1888.

WATERTON, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (oblong, a little creased with filing hole at the top), Walton Hall, 3 July 1854.

WATERTON, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (oblong, irregularly trimmed), Walton Hall, 'Sunday Evening', no date

WATERTON, Charles (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph instructions ('Memoranda for Mr Green at Liverpool'), 1 page 12mo with annotated blank leaf, no date ca early 1850s.

WATT, James (This is a link to the full description)
Long and revealing ALS to his first cousin Mrs James Campbell, 3 pages 4to with address-leaf bearing remains of wafer seal, Heathfield, 5 December 1804.

WATT, James (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to a friend and colleague, J.F. Tuffen, in Soho, Birmingham; London, 18 June 1815 [the day of the battle of Waterloo].

WATTS, George Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the editor of the Eton College Chronicle, 1 page 8vo, Limnerslease, Guildford, 19 June 1897.

WATTS, George Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to W Agnew, 1 page 8vo, Little H[olland] H[ouse], 'Saturday' no date

WATTS, George Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, Villa Baron, Mentone, 16 March no year

WATTS, George Frederic (This is a link to the full description)
ALS probably to the publisher Rivington, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Little Holland House, 6 February 1885.

WATTS-DUNTON, Walter Theodore (This is a link to the full description)
LS to [?Sir Lewis Morris (1833-1907), poet and educationist], 2 pages 8vo, The Pines, Putney Hill, 17 March 1898.

WAUGH, Edwin (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet photograph (half length) by Warwick Brookes of Manchester, signed in ink at the foot (image somewhat spotted).

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription ('Yours sincerely'), closely cut from the foot of a letter, ca 20 x 48 mm (½ x 2 inches), on blue writing paper.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Baroness de Stoeckel, 1½ pages 8vo, Piers Court, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire, 1 December no year

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.W.') on a postcard to Graham Greene (a little soiled, one vertical crease), Stinchcombe, postmark 27 February 1939.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.W.') on a postcard to Joel Wells of Chicago, Combe Florey House, 1 March 1964.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.W.') on a postcard (one horizontal crease) to The Rev. R. Selby Wright in Edinburgh, Combe Florey House, postmark 20 October 1959.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.W.') on a postcard to [?Alfred McIntyre of Little Brown publishers, Boston], Piers Court, (annotated in pencil 'Rec'd about Aug 24 1948').

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('E.W.') on a postcard to H.J. Heckford, Combe Florey, 28 July 1959.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Evelyn') on a postcard (one vertical crease) to Miss Olga Lynne in Chesham Place, London SW1, Piers Court, no date postmark 4 January 1952.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Evelyn') [to William (later Sir William) Deakin] ('Dear Bill'), 2 facing pages 8vo, Piers Court, Stinchcome, Ascension Day [30 May] 1946.

WAUGH, Evelyn (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Evelyn') [to William (later Sir William) Deakin] ('Dear Bill'), 2 facing pages 8vo, Piers Court, Stinchcome, 26 May [1946].

WEBB, Beatrice (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on a card to Mr Wyatt, two sides (a little soiled and faded), 41 Grosvenor Road, undated.

WEBB, Beatrice (This is a link to the full description)
Good TLS to Mr Horder, 1½ pages 8vo, Passfield Corner, Liphook, 27 September 1941.

WEBB, (Martha) Beatrice (This is a link to the full description)
Long and important ALS to Bernard Holland, 15 pages 8vo with envelope, 41 Grosvenor Road, Westminster Embankment, postmarked January 31 1898.

WEBER, Carl Maria von (This is a link to the full description)
A presumed lock of Weber's hair mounted above a small engraved portrait on a very tattered letter from Elizabeth Hughes presenting it to Daniel Pegler.

WEBER, Carl Maria von (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Doc.S, 1 page 4to (lower part a little browned), Prague, 3 June 1815.

WEINBERGER, Jaromir (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, 2 bars in the treble clef, on white card, ca 80 x 90 mm (3 x 3½ inches), Fleichmanns, N.Y., 19 February 1946.

WEINGARTNER, Felix von (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a programme of the Royal Philharmonic Society concert, held in the Queen's Hall on Thursday, 16 January 1936.

WEINGARTNER, Felix (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an editor, 1 page 8vo on faintly-lined paper, Vienna, 30 May 1910.

WEIZMANN, Chaim (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and inscription to Bethel Solomons on a 3 x 5 index card (faintly lined, traces of mounting to the reverse), London 26 July 1933.

[WELLAND, Colin (This is a link to the full description)
Typescript of his film script for The War of the Buttons, in all 97 pages 4to, spiral-bound.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to Lt General Sir Willoughby Gordon, 1 page 4to on black-edged writing paper, Stratfield Saye, 25 January 1827.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Almost totally illegible ALS ('W') to a Lady, 1 page 8vo, London 11 April 1851.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS to Lord Longford, 1 page 4to (traces of former mounting on reverse, portion missing from upper margin affecting one word), London, 14 June 1829.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to his bankers, 1 page 8vo (rather worn in the folds), S[tratfield] Saye, 10 April 1825.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note (unsigned), 1 page 8vo (oblong), no place, no date

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph address-panel dated 19 July 1829, signed in the lower left and bearing Wellington's black seal, addressed to E Drummond in Bury Street, London.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Fine ALS ('Wellington') to General Sir James Willoughby Gordon (1773-1851), 1 page 8vo with endorsed second leaf, London, 13 April 1843.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note (unsigned), 1 page 8vo, May 1828.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, as Prime Minister, ('W') to his secretary, Drummond, 1 page 8vo, Stowe, Buckinghamshire, 8 December 1829.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to the King, approved at the head ('appd. G R.'), 1 page 4to on black-edged writing paper (laid down), London, 22 February 1827.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Wellington') to Sir Thomas E Tomlins, 1½ pages 4to (old repairs to the folds), Paris, 15 February 1818.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('Wellington') to Robert Peel, 1 page 8vo, London, 8 August 1822.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page small 4to, 27 June 1818.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Important ALS to General Sir Willoughby Gordon, Bt. (1772-1851), 1 page 8vo, Walmer Castle, 30 August 1839 (docketed on integral second leaf).

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to General Sir Willoughby Gordon, Bt. (1772-1851), 1 page 8vo with second leaf bearing recipient's endorsement, London, 18 May 1827.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS ('A Wesley / Lt. Colonel 33 regt.') to the Adjutant General, 1 page 4to (slightly faded with traces of mounting), Camp, 10 September 1794.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front, franked in the lower left hand corner with the early signature 'Arthur Wellesley'), 1807. With an engraved portrait.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph envelope-front franked in the lower left hand corner ('Wellington'), 12 September 1824.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to J[ohn] Backhouse, 1 page 8vo (some glue-stains on the reverse only), London, 22 March 1835.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph List of names and offices (unsigned), 1 page 8vo (old mount to reverse), with note of identification by J[ohn] Backhouse in ink at the foot, 1834.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Printed invitation to an unspecified evening event at Apsley House, completed by the duke with the names of Mr & Mrs Backhouse and Miss Backhouse, no date

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Early ALS ('Arthur Wellesley') to Major Robertson, 2 pages 4to (on thin paper, some slight repairs), Seringapatam, 8 April 1802.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Early LS ('Arthur Wellesley'), marked 'Circular' to the regimental officers of the Militia, 2 pages folio, Dublin Castle, 29 October 1807.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to General Sir Willoughby Gordon, Bt. (1772-1851), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf bearing a penny-red stamp in lower left hand corner, 11 April 1841.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to [Charles Robert] Leslie (1794-1859, painter), 1 page 8vo, London 30 January 1839.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to General Sir James Willoughby Gordon (1772-1851), 1 page 8vo with integral endorsed leaf, London, 13 April 1828.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to General [Sir James Willoughby Gordon (1772-1851)], 1 page 8vo with integral endorsed leaf, London, 10 February 1839.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) to the Lord Steward at Windsor Castle, ½-page 8vo, Walmer Castle, 12 October 1848.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Peninsular War ALS ('Arthur Wellesley') to Major General Mackenzie, 1 page 8vo (slight traces of former mounting), Abrantes, 20 June 1809.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Invitation cards for the Duke's lying in state and for his funeral, the latter number 898, noted on the back from Lord Hardinge to Major General R. Parke.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Fine early ALS ('Arthur Wellesley'), to J.H. Piele, 4 pages 4to, Seringapatam, 12 August 1801.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lady Frances [?Wedderburn-Webster], 2½ pages 4to, Paris, 1 November 1815.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My Dear ?Pamela', 1¼ pages 8vo with blank leaf, London 10 August 1849.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to the Rt. Hon. C.M. Sutton, 3 pages 4to (old trace of mounting on the reverse). Fuente Grimaldo, 1 September 1811.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Major-General Lord Blayney, 1 page 4to (small splits in the folds professionally repaired), Paris, 8 September 1815.

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Wellington') to Lord Monteagle, 1 page 8vo with integral endorsed leaf (a little soiled, small splits professionally repaired, London 18 January 1843.

[WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Admission ticket to the funeral of the duke of Wellington, 157 x 185 mm. (ca. 4½ x 7 inches) with embossed seal, green to the reverse [1852].

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, duke of (This is a link to the full description)
Printed Order of Service for the Wellington's funeral, 10 pages 4to (cover slightly soiled, left-hand margin tied with thread), 18 November 1852.

WELLS, Herbert George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Spade House, Sandgate, 10 January 1908.

WELLS, Herbert George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Perris, 1 page 4to (received date stamp), 17 Church Road, Hampstead, 25 November 1910.

WELLS, Herbert George (This is a link to the full description)
ALS on both sides of a correspondence-card to 'My dear Lane', 13 Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, 20 July 1940.

WESKER, Arnold (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of twenty-one signed playbills, programmes, invitations, covering the period 1967 to 1994, but primarily from the 80s and 90s.

WESLEY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Samuel Bardsley ('Dear Sammy'), 1 page 4to, Bath, 3 March 1784.

WESLEY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Thomas Hanson ('Dear Tommy') at the preaching house in Huddersfield, 1 page 4to with address-leaf (some repairs, but in good condition, London, 28 June 1784.

WESLEY, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Mary Clarkson, 1 page 4to with address on the second leaf, 'near Chester', 5 April 1781.

WHARTON, Edith (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Edith W.') to 'Dear Alice', 2 pages 4to, Sainte-Claire Le Chateau, Hyères, 8 February 1935.

WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Taylor, 1 page 8vo (oblong, small filing hole one crease) on black-edged paper [his wife, Beatrice Godwin, had died in May], no place, 21 October 1896.

WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill (This is a link to the full description)
ALS, signed with his butterly device, to 'My dear Simpson', 2 sides of a correspondence-card, 21 Cheyne Walk, no date

WHISTLER, Laurence (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Ernest] Rasdall, 1 page 8vo, Little Place, Lyme Regis, Dorset, 11 August 1955.

WHITE, Sir George Stuart (This is a link to the full description)
Cabinet-card Photograph Signed as Lieutenant-General, V.C., a head-and-shoulder pose in full military uniform, undated.

WHITE, Joseph Blanco (This is a link to the full description)
Important series of 17 ALsS, all to the Revd George Armstrong (1792-1857, Unitarian minister) in all 55 pages 4to, all but one with address leaves.

WHITE, J. William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to C Ross Smith Jr, 1½ pages 8vo, 1810 South Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, 15 February 1912.

WHITTIER, John Greenleaf (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Friend', 1 page 8vo in purple ink, Amesbury [Massachusetts], 26 October 1883.

WHITTLE, Sir Frank (This is a link to the full description)
Commemorative programme for the conferment of the Freedon of Leamington Spa on Whittle, October 1944, signed by him in ink on the front cover.

WIDOR, Charles Marie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a government minister, 1 page 8vo, Académie des Beaux-Arts, 25 April 1930.

WIDOR, Charles Marie (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to a singer ('Chére Madame'), 1 page 8vo, Cercle de l'Union Artistique (blind stamp), 'Samedi 7 November', no year

WIDOR, Charles Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Manuscript Signed of a substantial part of the Adagio from the 5th Organ Symphony, Opus 13 and 42, 1 page small folio, corners trimmed, undated.

WIDOR, Charles Marie (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a card to Madame Jane van ?Meder in Paris, with address on the reverse, Palais Mazarin (the French Academy), 29 May 1926.

WILBERFORCE, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Soxon') to Waters, 4 pages 8vo, on writing paper of The Athenaeum, 22 July 1862.

WILBERFORCE, Samuel (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Soxon') to the Revd P.B. Collings, 2 pages 8vo (some splitting in the folds), Petworth, 1 October 1857.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
Long ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 4 pages 4to, Lyme, 2 November 1804.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('WW') to Zachary Macaulay, 1 page 4to with address on the reverse (seal tear, not affecting the text), Near Uxbridge, 28 February 1825.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('W Wilberforce'), cut from the foot of a letter and laid down on the remains of an album leaf, ca 35 x 80 mm (1½ x 3 inches).

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to the Rev John Orde, 3 pages 8vo (signs of former mounting on the blank side), Battersea Rise, 1 March no date

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to George Stephen (later Sir George, 1794-1879), a fellow abolitionist, 4 pages 8vo, Marden Park, Godstone, 21 January 1823.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
LS ('W Wilberforce') to John (or Jonathan) Gray, 2 pages 8vo with integral second leaf, Kensington Gore,26 January 1811.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph postscript from a letter, signed 'WW', the salutation and signature cut out and re-affixed, no date (laid down).

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('W.W.') to A. ?Sp[encer] Lillingstone, 3 pages 8vo with address franked 'WfreeWilberforce', B[room]field. 13 July 1804.

[WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS from Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, third Marquess of Lansdowne (1780-1863) [to Wilberforce], 3 pages 8vo, no place, no date but probably between 1807 and 1809.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Holland [Henry Richard Fox (later Vassall) third Baron Holland (1773-1840)], 1 page 4to, 'Near London', 26 November 1806.

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 8vo (laid down on an album leaf), Kens[ingto]n Gore, 'Tuesday morn[in]g 10:25' (presumably the time), no date

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 2 pages 8vo (blank page torn away, affecting the last letter of the signature), Kensington Gore, 17 August no year

WILBERFORCE, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (evidence of former mounting on the reverse, slightly ragged left hand edge), Barham Court, 28 November 1814.

WILCOX, Ella Wheeler (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr ?Tayler, 2 facing pages, Langham Hotel, London, 8 April 1910.

WILCOX, Ella Wheeler (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS on a postcard to the Commonwealth in New York, no date

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (name of the recipient neatly cut out), 1 page 8vo, Beaufort Club, 32 Dover Street, no date Although mutilated, a clean and attractive autograph.

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Walter] Crane, 1 page 8vo, 16 Tite Street, Chelsea, undated [1887/8].

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
Fine autograph aphorism signed, 1 page 8vo on pinkish paper, July 1894.

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs [Henrietta] Barnett, 4 pages 8vo, 16 Tite Street, no date, [ca 1889].

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Oscar') to an unnamed correspondent ('My Dear delightful Viking'), 1 page 8vo, 16 Tite Street, Chelsea, no date

WILDE, Oscar (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Edward Smith] Willard (1853-1915, actor), 3 pages 8vo (slight smudge to signature but in fine condition), 16 Tite Street, Chelsea, no date, ca 1889-1890.

WILHELM I (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo, no place, 2 April 1887.

WILHELM I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages folio, with embossed seal, Berlin, 8 October 1869, the text engraved, with manuscript additions.

WILHELM I (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages large folio with embossed seal (split in central folds), partially printed and completed by hand, Berlin, 20 May 1871.

WILHELM II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages folio with embossed seal, partially printed and completed by hand, Berlin, 15 June 1913.

WILHELM II (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 3 pages folio with embossed seal, partially printed and completed by hand, Berlin, 30 March 1908.

WILKIE, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription from an ALS.

WILKIE, Sir David (This is a link to the full description)
ALS in French to [François] Baron Gérard (1770-1837, French painter), 1 page 8vo with address-leaf London, 4 October 1834.

WILL, 1649 (This is a link to the full description)
The last will and testament of Charles Gore of Aldrington, Wiltshire (1592-1649), dated 9 November 1649, on vellum, 260 x 245 mm. (ca 10 x 13½ inches).

WILLIAM III (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Prince d'Orange') in French, to Le Comte de Waldec, 1 page 4to (upper right hand corner torn with partial loss of date and one word), 5 July [pre 1689].

WILLIAM III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 2 pages folio with papered seal and second leaf bearing endorsements (some weakness in the folds), given at Hampton Court, 13 May 1700.

WILLIAM III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, ('William R' at the head), 1 page folio (irrgularly torn at the left hand margin, as is usual, mounted on blue paper), Kensington, 20 November 1695.

WILLIAM III (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., as king, 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, 1 August 1693.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio on vellum, given at St James's, 31 December 1830, countersigned by Sir James Kempt (1764-1854), the former governor-general of Canada.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 1 page folio on vellum with papered seals (a little soiled, the signatures rather indistinct) given at St James's, 1 November 1830.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph page from schoolboy notebook, 1 page 4to, 23 August 1775.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Manuscript list, signed ('Appd / William R'), 1 page 8vo, 'From Janry 1835'.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Viscount Exmouth, 2½ pages 4to with separate autograph address-panel, Admiralty, 7 June 1827.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Five ALsS to an unnamed peer ('My Dear Lord'), 18½ pages 4to, The Impregnable, Deal and British Headquarters, 1814.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, countersigned by T[homas] M[asterman] Hardy, 1 page oblong folio with blue revenue seal, Windsor, 12 October 1832.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph page from schoolboy notebook, 1 page 4to (oblong), 28 August 1775.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS [to the Earl of Aberdeen], 1½ pages 8vo (black ink border), St James's, 1 March 1835.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('William') [to Sir James Cockburn], ½-pages 4to (one ink-blot on the text), Bush[e]y House, 22 November 1829.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S, 2 pages folio with integral blank leaf and papered seal, given at Windsor, 20 August 1832.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature from the foot a letter to the Empress of Russia, 1835, cancelled with a single pen-stroke (traces of glue on the reverse).

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature from a document.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Fine bold signature from a document, the date 9 July 1834 added at the foot by Canning's secretary J[ohn] B[ackhouse].

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Signature in ink 'William R', from the foot of a document, very slightly trimmed at the foot affecting the flourish of the last letter, no date

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (some traces of glue on the reverse), Admiralty, 28 June 1828.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS (boldly signed at the foot) in the form of a statement regarding his rank and precedence, 1 page 8vo, St James's Palace, 29 April 1836.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Palmerston, boldly signed at the foot, 1 page 8vo (some traces of mounting to the reverse), St James's Palace, 28 February 1834.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Note (unsigned) on a small piece 70 x 120 mm (ca 3 x 5 inches), (traces of old mount on the reverse), no date

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph leaf from a schoolboy notebook ('William'), 1 page oblong 4to, no place, 21 August 1775 (his tenth birthday).

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, with papered seal and revenue stamp, given at St James's, 18 February 1837.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, with papered seal, given at St James's, 1 December 1830 (the first year of his reign).

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S., 1 page folio (oblong) on vellum, in fine clean condition, given at St James's, 31 December 1830, the first year of his reign.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('William R', as king, i.e. 1830-1837), 1½ pages 4to with leaf bearing a contemporary endorsement, 'Sunday Morning', no date

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Doc. S. ('William R' at the head), 1 page folio (oblong, on vellum, signs of former mounting), St James's 7 January 1834.

WILLIAM IV (This is a link to the full description)
Large signature in ink (William R') on paper (slightly trimmed at the foot just touching the flourish at the end of the signature, no date

WILLIAMS, Bransby (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph signed, showing the actor in Dickensian garb, no date

WILLIAMS, Isaac (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Hogg, 3½ pages 8vo, no place, no date

WILSON, Sir (James) Harold (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to F.O. Rilstone, 1 page 4to, House of Commons, 13 May 1954.

WILSON, Sir (James) Harold (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Jeanne Heal, 1 page small 4to with envelope, House of Commons, 16 March 1981.

WINDSOR, Wallis Warfield, Duchess of (This is a link to the full description)
Printed card, black-edged and coronetted, ('The Duchess of Windsor deeply appreciates your kind thoughts and sympathy at this very sad moment').

[WINGATE, Sir Francis Reginald, Bt. (This is a link to the full description)
Extremely attractive hand-painted miniature of Wingate's coat of arms by William and Harold C.W. Soper, ca 185 x 125 mm (7¼ x 5 inches), dated 1912.

WINGATE, Sir Francis Reginald, Bt. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Worth, 4 pages 8vo, Cairo, 6 December 1898.

WISEMAN, Nicholas Patrick Stephen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS 'N. Card. Wiseman' to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 8vo (rather spotted), 8 Y[ork] P[lace], 3 February 1857.

WISEMAN, Nicholas Patrick Stephen (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear Dr Manning', 1 page 8vo, laid down, Walthamstow, Wedy. E[aster] W[eek] 1855.

WODEHOUSE, Pelham Grenville (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Röleng, 1 page small 4to, Remsenburg, New York, 28 June 1964.

WODEHOUSE, Pelham Grenville (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Postcard Signed to S[ylvia] Terry-Smith, no place, no date [postmark London, 27 March 1934].

WODEHOUSE, Pelham Grenville (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to [Sylvia] Terry-Smith, ½-page 4to, (slight smudges to signature), Park Lane, 16 November 1933.

WOLF, Hugo (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to his friend and staunch advocate the pianist Heinrich Potpeschnigg, on a correspondence-card, 7 October 1895.

WOLFE, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Signature and subscription (his publisher's address in New York) on a colourful menu from the German ship S.S. Europa dated 29 July 1936.

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Dr Norris, 1 page 8vo (laid down), Ile Brewers, 20 May 1847.

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mr Hoare, 2 pages 8vo with a separate postscript (rather foxed), Ile Brewers, 6 December 1861.

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph quotation from the Psalms, signed, on an album leaf, ca 130 x 77 mm (5 x 3 inches), left-hand margin a bit ragged.

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
LS to the Rev'd J G Smith, 5 pages 8vo (traces of former mounting), Oakendean, Horsham, 11 April no year

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'Dear Madam', 1 page 8vo, no place, no date

WOLFF, Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
The autograph draft of an advertisement for his 'Narrative of his Mission to Bokhara', 1 page 4to in blue ink (traces of former mounting), ca 1845.

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
Highly important ALS to Lord Reay, 6 pages 4to, War Office, 13 February 1883.

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to (illegible), 1 page 8vo on black-edged paper, Dublin, 4 October 1900.

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Colonel Barlow, 2 pages 8vo on black-edged paper, Dublin, 28 April 1892.

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to S. Donaldson, 3½ pages 8vo, War Office (blind stamp), 21 July 1874.

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir Henry Edward] Colville (1852-1907, lieutenant-general), 2 pages 8vo on black-edged writing paper of the Commander in Chief, 'Tuesday' no date

WOLSELEY, Garnet Joseph, Viscount (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Alderson, 1 page 8vo (some staining, pin-holes at the top), on embossed writing paper of the War Office, 25 November 1885.

WOOD, Charles, 1st Lord Halifax (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [Sir] A[nthony] Panizzi (1797-1879, Librarian of the British Museum), 2½ pages 8vo, Hickleton, Doncaster, 6 March 1856.

WOOD, Sir (Henry) Evelyn VC. (This is a link to the full description)
Signature of approval on a letter to him from a fellow-officer, 1 page 8vo, on paper of the War Office, Cairo, dated in pencil 'Wadi Halfa November 1884'.

WOOD, Sir (Henry) Evelyn, VC. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent, 3 pages 8vo (filing holes in the final page), Millhead, 30 May no year

WOOD, Sir (Henry) Evelyn, VC. (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Wolseley, 3 pages 8vo with envelope, Scarletts, Colchester (blind stamp), 3 October (postmark 1886).

WOOD, Sir Henry Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Signature on a pink album leaf, ca 70 x 110 mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

WOOD, Sir Henry Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
Postcard-sized photograph (head and shoulders) with signature and inscription ('faithfully yours') on paper pasted at the foot, undated.

WOOD, Sir Henry Joseph (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to J.C. Dibdin, 3 pages 8vo, 1 Langham Place, 4 September 1898.

WOODWARD, Samuel Pickworth (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Edward Wood, 4 pages 8vo (neatly inlaid), British Museum, 10 September 1859.

WOOLF, Virginia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('Virginia') to Clive [Bell], 1 page 4to (small paper-clip stains), 52 Tavistock Square, 'Thursday' no date [?30 December 1937].

WOOLF, Virginia (This is a link to the full description)
AL (unsigned) on a postcard to her brother-in-law, Clive Bell in Paris [5 June] 1930.

WOOLF, Virginia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('V.W.') to her brother-in-law Clive Bell, 1 page 8vo, Monks House, Rodmell, no date ['1928?' in another hand in pencil at the head.

WOOLF, Virginia (This is a link to the full description)
ALS ('V.W' - the signature very faded) to Janet [Case], 1 page 4to, no place, dated in pencil in another hand '1914'.

WOOLNER, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to John Sachs, 1 page 8vo on embossed writing paper of 27 Rutland Street, Hampstead road, as from 29 Welbeck Street, 14 February no year

WOOLNER, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Holland, 1 page 8vo, 29 Welbeck Street (with him blind-stamped monogram), 23 January 1864.

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Brief ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('My dear Sir'), 1 page 12mo (trimmed, laid down in a pink mount), no place, no date

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to General [Charles] Pasley [R.E.] (signature heavily deleted (?blotted) and repeated), 2½ pages 8vo with address-leaf, no place, no date [1849?].

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Signature ('W Wordsworth') and valediction from the foot of a letter.

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Fine signature ('W Wordsworth') on paper, mounted on an album leaf beneath an engraving by Cochrane after the Boxall portrait, with facsimile signature.

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
LS (incomplete) to the Rev I[saac] Green, 1 page 4to (on thin paper, cut down) with separate address panel, Rydal Mount, 12 November [1836].

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph inscription in ink in a hesitant and scratchy hand, (traces of glue from former mounting on the reverse), no date

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature, dated 24 August 1845, from Rydal Mount, ½-page 8vo (the page a little soiled, one vertical crease).

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Adam White (1817-1878, naturalist), 3 pages 16mo with envelope (in Mary Wordsworth's hand) and attachments, Rydal Mount, 16 April 1846.

WORDSWORTH, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Adam White (1817-1878, naturalist), 2 pages 8vo with envelope (in Mary Wordsworth's hand) pasted to the second leaf, Rydal Mount, 3 January 1845

WORKMAN, William Hunter (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to [H.W.] Simpson, 1 page 8vo, 29 June 1910. Together with an ALS and a postcard from F[anny] Bullock Simpson.

WORLD WAR I (This is a link to the full description)
Silk 'Souvenir of the Clara Butt-Rumford Concert' in aid of the Red Cross and the Order of St John of Jerusalem, in the Royal Albert Hall, 13 May 1915.

WORLD WAR I (This is a link to the full description)
Series of 10 telegrams on Messages and Signals army forms, from King George V, Queen Alexandra, Kitchener, Joffre, Haig, and the 'Indian Cavalry Corps'.

WORLD WAR I - Royal Air force (This is a link to the full description)
The Pilot's Flying Log Book of Lieutenant G[eorge] Adrian Binning, August 1918 to February 1919, 46 pages, rather worn, with related material.

WORLD WAR I (This is a link to the full description)
Two picture postcards sent by 'Frank' to Miss Lily Ottaway of East Dereham Norfolk in February 1917. Some staining and traces of mounting.

WORLD WAR II (This is a link to the full description)
Important collection of German reconaissance photographs and detailed maps prepared for bombing raids in 1940 and 1941.

WREN, Sir Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
Attractive Document Signed, 1 page folio, no place, 28 February 1677, signed also by Hugh May and witnessed by Gilbert Havers and Charles Browne.

WREN, Sir Christopher (This is a link to the full description)
Doc S. (twice, 'Chr. Wren') on both sides of a large folio page from an official ledger book of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, September / October 1700.

WYNDHAM, John (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Jeffrey [Brown], 1 page 4to with envelope, 22 Bedford Place, London, 11 June 1963.

WYON, William (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to John Martin (probably the bibliographer, 1791-1855, or his father), 2 pages 4to with address-leaf, 117 High Street, Hastings, 2 November 1834.

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YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
Document Signed, a form of indemnity for the Electricity Supply board, 1 page 8vo (small piece of corner missing), 2 October 1933.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his cousin Grace Butler Yeats, 1 page 8vo with envelope, 82 Merrion Square, Dublin, 7 October no year (postmark 1925).

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?Piper, 1 page 8vo (browned overall and with one horizontal crease), 18 Woburn Buildings, Euston Road, 23 May 1902.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed woman ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo, 2 Merrion Square, Dublin (the number crossed out and re-entered), 6 November no year

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
TLS to Dr [Bethel] Solomons, 1 page 4to on flimsy typing paper, no place, 27 November 1923.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
LS (text in the hand of Georgie Yeats), to Professor Brown, 1½ pages 8vo (some mounting to the reverse), 73 Stephen's Green, Dublin, 28 October 1918.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
Reprint in pamphlet form of the tributes to Yeats in the Irish Times in honour of his 70th birthday, signed on the cover in pencil by Yeats and his brother.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
Programme for a performance of The Silver Tassie at the Abbey Theatre, 12 August 1935, signed inside by Yeats and by thirteen others.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
LS (text in the hand of his wife, Georgie) to an unnamed correspondent, 1 page 4to (receipt stamp, minor dust-staining), 4 Broad Street, Oxford, 17 October 1919.

[YEATS, William Butler] (This is a link to the full description)
Collection of five typewritten poems from 'The Winding Stair', bound in a folder with a cover title and title page with a drawing, 1929.

YEATS, William Butler (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs ?Drey at Withington House, Manchester, 1 page 8vo on a folded sheet with address on the reverse, Coole Park, 16 November ?1912.

YONGE, Charlotte Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss ?Iroyte, 3 pages 8vo on blue paper (laid down by the second leaf), Otterbourne, Winchester, 5 March ['1862' - in another hand].

YONGE, Charlotte Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to 'My dear ?Misey', 3 pages 8vo, Eldersfield, 28 May 1898.

YONGE, Charlotte Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Miss Soulsby, 2 pages 8vo (the postscript slightly incomplete), Elderfield, 12 November 1885.

YONGE, Charlotte Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to an unnamed correspondent ('Dear Madam'), 1 page 8vo (laid down on an album leaf), Elderfield, 31 May no year

YONGE, Charlotte Mary (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Mrs Johns, 2½ pages 8vo on blue paper with envelope, Elderfield Otterbourne, Winchester, 9 July 1867.

YOUNG, Thomas (This is a link to the full description)
AL (third person) in French, perhaps to the director of the Bibliotheque Royale, 1 page 8vo (hinged to a blank leaf), London 7 November 1822.

YOUNGHUSBAND, Sir Francis Edward (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to Lord Ebury, 1 page 8vo (old mounting adhering to left hand side), Westerham, Kent, 26 November 1922. With the 'received' stamp.

YSAYE, Eugene (This is a link to the full description)
Autograph Music Quotation Signed of a bar's rest, dated 24 March 1903, 120 x 90 mm. (ca 5 x 3½ inches).

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ZEPPELIN, Count Ferdinand von (This is a link to the full description)
Good signature ('Ferdinand Graf Zeppelin') dated at Stuttgart December 1900.

ZOLA, Emile (This is a link to the full description)
Good ALS to 'Mon cher Directeur', 1 page 16mo, Paris 20 November 1877, together with a small engraved portrait.

ZOLA, Emile (This is a link to the full description)
ALS to his friend and fellow-novelist Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897), 1 page 8vo with integral blank, Paris 18 May 1878.


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