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Waring, Richard   (1925-1994)
Waring, Richard Prolific British television scriptwriter and occasional actor (on stage and television); especially famous for the sitcoms he wrote for Wendy Craig, including Not In Front Of The Children.
a fine signature and date (13.10.52) in blue fountain pen ink on a 5.5" x 3.5" album page.
A note to the reverse indicates that it was obtained when Waring was appearing with Hattie Jacques and Douglas Byng in the comedy The Balles of St Martin's at the St Martin's Theatre in London.


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ref:8119  £8.00
Williams, Kenneth   (1926-1988)
Williams, Kenneth Great British comedy actor.
A very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), beautifully signed and inscribed ("To John, Kenneth Williams") in black ink to the lower white panel.
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ref:10101  £125.00
Willmott, Bertha   (1894-1979)
Willmott, Bertha British variety comedienne and singer, popular from the 1930s to the 1950s.
A very fine signature in blue fountain pen ink on a vintage 1930s album page (6.5" x 4.5"), with a very small attached sepia photograph.

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ref:7205  £8.00
Wilson, Richard   (1936- )
Wilson, Richard
Outstanding Scottish character actor, best known for his television work, especially as Victor Meldrew in  One Foot in the Grave (1990-2000).
A very fine black and white 8.5" x 6.5" photograph, nicely signed in black ink to a lighter area of the image.

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ref:1961  £20.00
Wilson, Keppel and Betty,   
Wilson, Keppel and Betty, Great British variety stars, most famous for their extraordinary “sand dance”.
A very fine vintage black and white photograph (a little smaller than 5.5" x 3.25"), nicely signed (one hand, as was invariably the case) in blue fountain ink.
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ref:10147  £40.00
Windsor, Barbara   (1937- )
Windsor, Barbara British comedy actress.
A very fine colour 6" x 4" artcard of Stephen Watley's 1992 oil on canvas portrait of Barbara Windsor, boldly signed to the reverse in black ink
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ref:10272  £12.00
Windsor, Barbara   (1937- )
Windsor, Barbara
British comedy actress, fondly remembered for her starring roles in Carry On films
A lovely black and white 9.25" x 7.25" original publicity photograph for Carry On Spying (1964), boldly signed across the image in blue ink.

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ref:796  £25.00
Windsor, Barbara   (1937- )
Windsor, Barbara
British comedy actress, fondly remembered for her starring roles in Carry On films
An exceptionally pretty black and white 8" x 10" close-up of the very young Barbara Windsor, nicely signed in blue ink across the image. In excellent condition.

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ref:3236  £25.00
Windsor, Barbara   (1937- )
Windsor, Barbara
British comedy actress, fondly remembered for her starring roles in Carry On films
A fine original black and white publicity photograph (9" x 7"), as Harriet in Carry On Dick (1974). There's a bold signature and inscription ("Dear John, Love, Barbara Windsor") in black ink across the image.  The signature was obtained IN PERSON.
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ref:9052  £18.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine Christmas card, sent from his Isle of Man address and signed and inscribed ("Love to Helen, Norman") in black ink.
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ref:8179  £15.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine Christmas card, sent from his Isle of Man address and signed and inscribed ("With all the Best to Dear Helen, Have a lovely time. Your old chum, Norman Wisdom XXXX") in black ink.
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ref:8147  £25.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine original vintage black and white Harry Gillard publicity photograph (9.5" x 7.25") for Trouble in Store (1953), showing Norman informing Jerry Demonde that he's the new managing director of the department store. There's an excellent signature in dark blue ink across a clear area of the photograph. (The original press release is still attached to the reverse.) RARE.

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ref:9789  £40.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine original black and white British lobby card (8" x 10") for his 1962 film, On The Beat, showing Norman in a scene with desk sergeant Jack Watson. There's an excellent signature in blue fountain pen ink across a lighter area of the image.
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ref:9898  £30.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine Get Well Soon card, sent from his Isle of Man address and signed and inscribed ("To my old chum, Dickie Boy.....and I'll be seeing you in a couple of weeks. All the best, Norman Wisdom") in black ink.
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ref:8148  £25.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
A very fine original vintage black and white Harry Gillard publicity photograph (9.5" x 7.25") for Trouble in Store (1953), showing Norman accidentally soaking Jerry Desmonde with a soda syphon. There's an excellent signature in dark blue ink across a clear area of the photograph. (The original press release is still attached to the reverse.) RARE.

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ref:9790  £40.00
Wisdom, Norman   (1920-2010)
Wisdom, Norman Great British slapstick comedian.
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very fine original black and white British lobby card (8" x 10") for his 1962 film, On The Beat. It's a nice image of  Norman with little comedy star Esma Cannon, offering him a cup of tea, and is well signed in blue fountain pen ink across a lighter area of the image
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ref:9619  £30.00
Wood, Victoria   (1953-2016)
Wood, Victoria British comedienne and writer.
A very cheery colour photograph (6" x 4") of the younger Victoria Wood, signed across the image in blue ink.

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ref:7691  £15.00
Worsley, Arthur   (1920-2001)
Worsley, Arthur
British ventriloquist, in his heyday described as the greatest in the world; remembered for his dummy, Charlie Brown, turning to the impassive Worsley and saying "Look at me, son, when I'm talking to you"  (later taken up by the great Eric Morecambe).
A fine early signature (1956) in red ink on a small 3" x 2" album page.
Surprisingly scarce.

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ref:5312  £8.00
Worsley, Arthur   (1920-2001)
Worsley, Arthur
British ventriloquist, in his heyday described as the greatest in the world; remembered for his dummy, Charlie Brown, turning to the impassive Worsley and saying "Look at me, son, when I'm talking to you"  (later taken up by the great Eric Morecambe).
A very fine pink album page (4.25" x 3.25") from the 1960s, nicely signed in blue ink (with Worsley also signing on behalf of Charlie Brown). Surprisingly rare.

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ref:1956  £10.00
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