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Down, Lesley-Anne   (1954- )
Down, Lesley-Anne Lovely British actress.
A wonderfully dreamy black and white photograph (8" x 10") of the stunning young  Lesley-Anne Down, signed and inscribed ("To Ron, love and luck, Lesley-Anne Down") in red ink across a light area of the image.
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ref:7557  £25.00
Downes, Edward ( and Barry Tuckwell)   (1924-2009)
Downes, Edward ( and Barry Tuckwell) English conductor, specialising in opera, whose assisted suicide at the Dignitas Clinic in Switzerland on 10 July, 2009, received major international media coverage.
A fine programme for a concert by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra at the Victoria Hall in Hanley on the 8th October, 1987. Sir Edward Downes, the conductor, has added a bold signature in blue ink to an inner biography page, as has the soloist, Australian-born horn player, Barry Tuckwell (b.1931), there for Richard Strauss's 2nd Concerto for Horn and Orchestra.
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ref:10047  £20.00
Drabble, Margaret   (1939- )
Drabble, Margaret Distinguished British novelist.
A unique candid colour photograph (8" x 6"), taken outside the Savoy Hotel in London in 1995 and signed in black ink across the image shortly afterwards. A genuine "one-off".

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ref:7036  £18.00
Drake, Charlie   (1925-2006)
Drake, Charlie Great British comedy star.
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very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in ink in the lower white panel.
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ref:9296  £12.00
Drake, Charlie   (1925-2006)
Drake, Charlie Great British comedy star.
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very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5") of a thoughtful Charlie Drake, nicely signed to the lower white panel in blue fountain pen ink.
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ref:7620  £15.00
Drew, Ellen   (1915-2003)
Drew, Ellen Lovely American actress.
An exceptionally pretty original vintage sepia photograph (9" x 7.5").nicely signed and inscribed in period ("To Syd, Thank you for your kindness. The best of everything to you. Ellen") in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image

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ref:9274  £30.00
Drury-Lowe, Drury   (1830-1908)
Drury-Lowe, Drury British soldier who fought at the Battle of Ulundi (1879), the last pitched battle of the Zulu War.
A fine ink signature, cut from the bottom of a handwritten letter, on a piece measuring 4" x 2"

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ref:8616  £20.00
Drysdale, Learmont   (1866-1909)
Drysdale, Learmont Scottish composer.
A very fine musical quotation from his cantata The Kelpie, handwritten and signed in black ink, on a page from a birthday book. (October 3rd was his his own birthday). EXTREMELY RARE.

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ref:3796  £125.00
du Maurier, George   (1834-1896)
du Maurier, George Extraordinary French-born British cartoonist and author, known for his cartoons in Punch and also for his best-selling Gothic horror novel, Trilby (1894).
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short letter on a 5" x 4" sheet of notepaper, handwritten in ink. The content (" I have much pleasure in doing as you wish and remain, Yours faithfully, George du Maurier") suggests it was in response to a request for an autograph.
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ref:7874  £20.00
du Maurier, George   (1834-1896)
du Maurier, George Extraordinary French-born British cartoonist and author, known for his cartoons in Punch and also for his best-selling Gothic horror novel, Trilby (1894).
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n interesting but mysterious letter, handwritten and signed in ink on a small sheet of headed notepaper (New Grove House, June 25, no year).
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ref:8223  £20.00
du Maurier, George (and Gustave Doré)   (1834-1896)
du Maurier, George (and Gustave Doré) Extraordinary French-born British cartoonist and author, known for his cartoons in Punch and also for his best-selling Gothic horror novel, Trilby (1894).
A fine letter on headed notepaper (6" x4"), handwritten and signed in black ink, in which du Maurier declines a lunch invitation ("this is Almanack Time and I simply cannot get away from work so early. Come up & have a chat before you leave if you can manage it and stop to sup here any Thursday").
To the reverse is an envelope front apparently in the hand of the French artist, Gustave Doré (1832-1883).


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ref:7710  £30.00
Duff, Howard   (1917-1990)
Duff, Howard Great American "hardman" character actor.
A very fine vintage sepia-toned PICTUREGOER postcard (W 782), signed and inscribed in blue fountain pen ink across a lighter area of the image.

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ref:610  £25.00
Duff, Howard   (1917-1990)
Duff, Howard Great American "hardman" character actor.
A fine original vintage black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") for Howard Duff's breakthrough role in Brute Force (1947), showing a dramatic moment in the film where a prison stool pigeon is being forced into a stamping machine. There's an excellent signature in purple ink across a lighter area of the image.

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ref:7551  £30.00
Dukakis, Olympia   (1931- )
Dukakis, Olympia Distinguished Oscar-winning American stage and screen actress.
In 1999 Dukakis starred in a one-woman play by Martin Sherman called Rose, a survivor of the Warsaw Ghettos. It received its world premiere at the Cottesloe in the Royal National Theatre in London. This is an original colour Press Association photograph (9.5" x 7.5") of Dukakis as Rose. There's an excellent "in person" signature in black ink across the image.

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ref:5167  £18.00
Dunaway, Faye   (1941- )
Dunaway, Faye Iconic Oscar-winning American actress.
A very pretty colour photograph (8" x 10"), boldly signed across the image in blue ink
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ref:10291  £35.00
Dunaway, Faye   (1941- )
Dunaway, Faye Iconic, Oscar-winning American actress.
A very fine programme (8.5" x 6") for Dunaway's appearance in the 1986 London production of Circe & Bravo, a political thriller with the actress playing "an American First Lady going off her trolley at Camp David." (in the words of one reviewer). Dunaway has added a big, bold signature in gold ink across her internal biography page. The programme has also been signed in gold ink across his biography page by her co-star, Stephen Jenn (1950-2012), a British actor with a distinguished classical stage career (and who made a notable appearance as Secker in a 1979 Doctor Who.)

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ref:9548  £20.00
Dunbar, Dixie   (1919-1991)
Dunbar, Dixie Vivacious, doll-like American dancer and entertainer of 1930 Broadway and Hollywood musicals.
A very pretty glossy vintage 1930s sepia photograph (8" x 10") by Maurice Seymour of Hollywood. There's a neat signature and inscription ("For Marian, Sincerest best wishes always, Dixie Dunbar 4/13/36") in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image.

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ref:7556  £30.00
Duncan, Ronald   (1914-1982)
Duncan, Ronald Rhodesian-born writer, poet and playwright, now best known for preparing the libretto for Benjamin Britten's opera The Rape of Lucretia, first performed in 1946.
An interesting philosophical quotation on revenge, signed and dated (1980) in black ink on an 8" x 7.5" sheet of notepaper.


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ref:9389  £20.00
Dunn, Clive   (1920-2012 )
Dunn, Clive
Fine British character actor, remembered most fondly for his role as Lance Corporal Jones in television’s perennial Dad’s Army (1968-1977).
A very fine black and white 8" x 10" modern reproduction of an earlier image as Lance Corporal Jones, nicely signed in blue ink across a clear area of the photograph.

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ref:1607  £25.00
Dunn, Clive   (1920-2012)
Dunn, Clive
Fine British character actor, remembered most fondly for his role as Lance Corporal Jones in television’s perennial Dad’s Army (1968-1977).
A very fine original glossy black and white lobby card for Clive Dunn's 1962 British film comedy, She'll Have to Go, showing him in a scene with Bob Monkhouse. There's an excellent signature in black ink across the image. RARE.
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ref:7058  £20.00
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