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Teschemacher, Margarete   (1903-1959)
Teschemacher, Margarete German operatic soprano.
A very fine signature ("
London, 1931") in black fountain pen ink on a  page (4.25" x 2.75") taken from a vintage autograph album.


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ref:5035  £15.00
Tester, Desmond   (1919-2002)
Tester, Desmond British character actor, most famous for his role as the ill-fated young boy, Steve, in Alfred Hitchcock's 1936 film. Sabotage.
A very fine signature in black fountain pen ink on an early vintage album page (5.25" x 3.5").

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ref:6756  £10.00
Thatcher, Heather   (1896-1987)
Thatcher, Heather Blonde British actress.
A very pretty vintage sepia 8"x 10" photograph, probably from the early 1930s, boldly signed and inscribed in blue fountain pen ink across the image.


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ref:3820  £25.00
Thatcher, Heather   (1896-1987)
Thatcher, Heather Blonde British actress.
A very pretty vintage Foulsham and Banfield sepia photograph (6" x 4"), probably from the early 1930s, boldly signed in blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:3821  £10.00
Thatcher, Margaret   (1925-2013)
Thatcher, Margaret British Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990.
A presentation item of undoubted authenticity - a very fine colour photograph (5" x 4"), officially mounted to board (8" x 6") and signed and inscribed ("To Th.Alex Moffat, Congratulations on your 90th birthday, Margaret Thatcher") in ink below the photograph.
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ref:9757  £40.00
Thatcher, Margaret   (1925-2013)
Thatcher, Margaret British Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990.
An exceptional typed and signed letter, as Prime Minister, on an 8.25" x 6" sheet of 10 Downing Street notepaper (29 April, 1986) in which Thatcher thanks The Earl of Dudley for a letter of support. The signature and the name of the recipient are in blue fountain pen ink. Very good content.

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ref:9973  £125.00
Thaw, John   (1942-2002)
Thaw, John Great British character actor.
A very fine original Carlton Television black and white photograph (8" x 10"), taken to publicise the March 1997 episode of Kavanagh QC, "Ancient History". The photograph show Thaw with Anna Cropper, who played Marian Beck.  John Thaw has signed across a clear area of the image in dark blue fountain pen ink. SCARCE in this size of photograph.

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ref:7506  £35.00
Thaxter, Phyllis   (1919-2012)
Thaxter, Phyllis American actress, now probably best remembered playing Christopher Reeve's adoptive mother, Martha Kent, in Superman (1978).
A very fine vintage 1940s sepia photograph (7" x 5"), nicely signed in black ink in period.

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ref:5936  £25.00
THE GOOD LIFE,   
THE GOOD LIFE, Felicity Kendal (1946-    ) and Richard Briers (1934-2013)
British actors who starred as Barbara and Tom Good in television's hugely popular comedy series, The Good Life (1975-1978).

A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), signed by Felicity Kendal in blue ink and Richards Briers in black ink.

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ref:8104  £40.00
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
The Rex Theatre, Wilmslow,   
The Rex Theatre, Wilmslow, A small collection of autographs obtained on three programmes (10" x 7.5") for productions at the Rex Theatre, Wilmslow in 1974-1975.
Patrick Cargill, Ursula Howells and Margo Johns have added blue ink signatures to a programme for "Two and Two Make Sex" (2nd November 1974).
Dora Bryan, Moray Watson, Simon Williams and Lucy Fleming have added ink signatures to a programme for "Relatively Speaking" (14th November 1974).
Eunice Gayson and Nicholas Parsons have added blue ink signatures to a programme for "Darling I'm Home" (July 12th 1975).

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ref:10426  £25.00
Thomas, Brandon   (1849-1914)
Thomas, Brandon Liverpool-born actor and playwright, most famous as the author of the perennial Charley's Aunt, first staged in 1892.
A superb vintage sepia postcard showing Thomas in an acclaimed "serious" stage role, as John of Gaunt in Shakespeare's Richard II. There's a good signature in black ink across the lower white margin.

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ref:6751  £20.00
Thomas, Brandon   (1849-1914)
Thomas, Brandon Liverpool-born actor and playwright, most famous as the author of the perennial Charley's Aunt, first staged in 1892.
A f
ine vintage sepia Rotary postcard, neatly signed in black fountain pen ink across the lower white margin.
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ref:8575  £15.00
Thomas, Lowell   (1892-1981)
Thomas, Lowell American adventurer and film maker, the man who made a diminutive British officer called T.E.Lawrence into Lawrence of Arabia.
A fine signature in green ink on a 4" x 3" white card.

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ref:4715  £10.00
Thomas, Lowell   (1892-1981)
Thomas, Lowell American journalist, newscaster and adventurer, the man who made a diminutive, unknown British army officer called T.E.Lawrence into Lawrence of Arabia.
A fine American First Day Cover, commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the birth of Horace Greely, American journalist and statesman (February 3rd 1961), boldly signed in black ink across the main panel.

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ref:6835  £12.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
A very pretty black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), boldly signed in black ink to the right panel.

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ref:7302  £15.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
A
very pretty colour photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), showing Thompson with one of her Oscars, boldly signed in black ink to the lower panel
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ref:7303  £15.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
A
very fine colour photograph (6" x 4"), used to promote the launch of Emma Thompson's Oscar-winning film, Howard's End, in May 1991. There's a good signature in black ink to the reverse.
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ref:7304  £10.00
Thompson, Emma   (1959- )
Thompson, Emma Multi-talented British actress and screenwriter.
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n exceptionally pretty black and white photograph (8" x10"), boldly signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:7565  £30.00
Thompson, Lea   (1961- )
Thompson, Lea Lovely American actress, most famous for her appearances as Michael J.Fox's future mother, Lorraine Baines, in the three Back To The Future films.
A gorgeous signed colour photograph (8" x 10") in which Lea Thompson shows her sensational body to glorious advantage.


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ref:5258  £25.00
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