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Sutton, Randolph   (1888-1969)
Sutton, Randolph Great Music Hall singer, most famous for his song On Mother Kelly's Doorstep.
A very fine, very early vintage sepia photograph (a little larger than 8" x 6") of the young Randolph Sutton, nicely signed and inscribed ("To 'Babs' with sincere wishes, Randolph Sutton") in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:9306  £20.00
Tate, Harry   (1872-1940)
Tate, Harry Great British music hall star.
A rare signed and inscribed black and white publicity photograph (8" x 6"), as Mr Biggs in the 1935 film Midshipman Easy
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ref:3617  £20.00
The Great Coram (and Ella Retford),   (1883-1937)
The Great Coram (and Ella Retford), British ventriloquist, one of the greatest innovators of all time.
A fine vintage album page (4.25" x 3.25"). signed and dated (Coram, 1927) in black fountain pen ink, and with three further ink signatures of music hall stars added at later dates - Ella Retford (in 1931), Freddie Forbes (signing across a glossy sepia 2.5" x 1.5" photograph) and Scottish comedian Jock McKay (whimsically adding his birth year, 1880).

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ref:8781  £15.00
Tilley, Vesta   (1864-1952)
Tilley, Vesta Legendary Music Hall male impersonator, the greatest of them all; stage name of Lady de Frece.
A very pretty vintage Ralph Dunn & Co sepia postcard of Vesta Tilley as herself, with a fine signature in black ink across the image.

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ref:10505  £20.00
Vivian, Mona   (1895-1971)
Vivian, Mona

Yorkshire-born music hall star and revue artiste, probably most famous for her work in pantomime.

A fine early vintage sepia postcard, with a Fielding of Leeds blindstamp, nicely signed in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:2793  £15.00
Williams, Bransby   (1870-1961)
Williams, Bransby London-born actor, known as "The Hamlet of the Halls".
A superb early sepia postcard - one of the nicest I've seen - beautifully signed across a clear area of the image in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:6648  £15.00
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