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Tate, Harry   (1972-1940)
Tate, Harry Great British music hall star.
A very fine early vintage Velvograph postcard, nicely signed across the image in dark blue ink.
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ref:9827  £20.00
Tilley, Vesta   (1864-1952
Tilley, Vesta Legendary Music Hall male impersonator, the greatest of them all.
An early vintage REAL PHOTO postcard, dressed as an elegant toff, nicely signed across the image in dark blue fountain pen ink.
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ref:9582  £12.00
Forde, Florrie   (1876-1940)
Forde, Florrie Australian-born music hall star with tremendous stage presence.
A very fine, very early postcard, boldly signed ("Yrs Sincerely, Florrie Forde") in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
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ref:9331  £20.00
Mayne, Ernie   (1871-1937)
Mayne, Ernie Corpulent British comic singer whose song repertoire betrayed his fondness for food.
An early vintage sepia postcard, boldly signed ("Simply Yours, Ernie Mayne") in black ink across the image.

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ref:9332  £12.00
Robey, George   (1869-1954)
Robey, George Great English music hall star comedian, billed as "The Prime Minister of Mirth".
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very fine vintage sepia photograph (6.75" x 5.25"), signed and inscribed ("To Babs, with best wishes, George Robey") in dark blue ink.
This is the first time I've seen this particular image.

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ref:9321  £15.00
Nervo & Knox,   
Nervo & Knox, Jimmy Nervo (1897-1975) and Teddy Knox (1896-1974)
English comedy duo, one of the three double acts who formed The Crazy Gang.
A very fine, very early vintage glossy sepia photograph (6.5" x 5"), nicely signed by both and inscribed ("To Babs, with all good wishes, Jimmy Nervo Teddy Knox") in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image.

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ref:9307  £18.00
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
Forde, Florrie   (1876-1940)
Forde, Florrie Australian-born music hall star with tremendous stage presence.
An exceptionally early sepia postcard of the younger Florrie Forde, boldly signed in  blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:9300  £20.00
King, Hetty   (1883-1972)
King, Hetty Great English music hall star, a very fine male impersonator.
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n exceptionally early vintage sepia postcard of Hetty King as a young sailor, nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
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ref:9302  £15.00
Tilley, Vesta   (1864-1952)
Tilley, Vesta Legendary Music Hall male impersonator, the greatest of them all.
A fine vintage black and white postcard, showing Vesta Tilley in a very elegant Edwardian dress and hat, boldly signed in dark blue ink across the image.


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ref:9301  £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
Reeve, Ada   (1874-1966)
Reeve, Ada

British music hall star, a “singing comedienne”; one of the first stars of the newly evolved theatrical form, musical comedy. 

A very early vintage sepia postcard, nicely signed across the image in black ink. Sent through the postal system (the cancellation dates it to March 1905).
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ref:8696  £15.00
Lauder, Harry   (1870-1950)
Lauder, Harry Hugely popular Edinburgh-born music hall entertainer.
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very fine signature in dark blue fountain pen ink on a piece measuring 2.75" x 1.75". Perfect for display mounting.
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ref:8555  £10.00
Robey, George   (1869-1954)
Robey, George Great English music hall star comedian, billed as "The Prime Minister of Mirth".
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fine Gallery First Nighters" Club Dinner Menu in honour of George Robey at the Criterion Restaurant in London on November 24th  1935.  The menu (4 pages of sepia card, approximately 7.5" x 5.5") has a good George Robey image on its cover, with a fine signature in black fountain pen ink. Unusual.

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ref:8069  £15.00
Lashwood, George   (1863-1942)
Lashwood, George British music hall star, known as The Beau Brummel of the Halls because of his elegant attire.
A very fine early vintage glossy Philco postcard, nicely signed and dated (19-1-06) in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:7373  £12.00
Coborn, Charles   (1852-1945)
Coborn, Charles British music hall singer and comedian, most famous for two comic songs, Two Lovely Black Eyes and The Man Who Broke The Bank at Monte Carlo.
A very fine signature in ink on a vintage 1920s album page (6.25" x 3.75").

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ref:7281  £12.00
Lloyd, Alice   (1873-1949)
Lloyd, Alice English music hall singer, dancer and comedienne, sister of the great Marie Lloyd.
A fine short handwritten and signed note on blind-stamped headed notepaper (Ennerdale, 10 Streatham Hill, London SW), sending an autograph to a fan.

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ref:7162  £12.00
French, George   (1876-1938)
French, George Scottish music hall star, a gifted character comedian.
A fine signature and date (March 16th, 1929) in black ink on a vintage album page (6" x 5"). To the reverse are the ink signatures of African-American music hall and radio comedians, Scott & Whaley (in one hand).

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ref:6729  £10.00
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
Lauder, Harry   (1870-1950)
Lauder, Harry Hugely popular Edinburgh-born music hall entertainer.
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very fine signature and self-caricature in dark blue fountain ink on a vintage album page (4" x 3.5"). The signature was apparently obtained at the famous Victoria Palace in London in February 1926.
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ref:6568  £30.00
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