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Goddard, Paulette   (1910-1980)
Goddard, Paulette Lovely American actress, once married to Charlie Chaplin.
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n exceptionally pretty black and white photograph (6" x 4"), boldly signed across the image in black ink.

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ref:6090  £60.00
Goddard, Paulette   (1910-1980)
Goddard, Paulette Lovely American actress, once married to Charlie Chaplin.
A very pretty "PICTUREGOER" vintage glossy sepia photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed to a light area of the image in later life.

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ref:4599  £40.00
Godunov, Alexander   (1949-1995)
Godunov, Alexander Russian ballet dancer and film actor.
A fine signature in black ink (A.Godunov) in black ink on a 5" x 3" white card. Perfect for display mounting. RARE.

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ref:6410  £12.00
Goehr, Walter   (1903-1960)
Goehr, Walter German composer, arranger and conductor, especially remembered for writing the excellent score for David Lean's film classic, Great Expectations (1946).
An interesting letter, handwritten and signed black in ink on an 8" x 6.25" sheet of blindstamped notepaper (17 Batchelor's Way, Amersham, Bucks, 8.5.41) , complaining that his expenses for copying and hiring music in connection with the BBC's production of a Bertholt Becht play in December 1940 have still not been paid.
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ref:9451  £25.00
Golding, William   (1911-1993)
Golding, William British novelist, poet and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1983, most famous for his 1954 classic of English literature, Lord of the Flies.
A very fine hardback first edition copy of his 1984 novel The Paper Men (Faber & Faber Limited), boldly signed in blue ink on the main title page.

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ref:9456  £50.00
Gompertz, Richard   (1859-1921)
Gompertz, Richard Outstanding German violinist and teacher.
A very fine signature in black fountain pen ink, cut from the bottom of a letter (April 26th 1897)

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ref:7171  £20.00
Gooden, Major Frank W.   (1891-1917)
Gooden, Major Frank W. British early airman and test pilot, killed at the age of 26 while flying a Royal Aircraft Factory prototype.
A very fine vintage sepia photograph (5.5" x 3.25"), nicely signed and dated (9.5.14) across the image in blue fountain pen ink. VERY RARE.

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ref:6802  £125.00
Goossens, Leon   (1897-1988)
Goossens, Leon British oboist, one of the most important figures in the history of the instrument.
A very fine vintage signed peach-coloured album page (4.5" x 7"), well signed in blue fountain pen ink (1945).


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ref:272  £15.00
Gordon, Bruce   (1916-2011)
Gordon, Bruce American actor, most famous for playing the gangster Frank Nitti in television's long-running The Untouchables.
A very fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph, as Frank Nitti, nicely signed and inscribed ("To Keith from Bruce Gordon") in black ink across the image.


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ref:4029  £20.00
Gordon, Gale   (1906-1995)
Gordon, Gale

Great American character actor, most famous for his long friendship and professional association with the great Lucille Ball.

A wonderful black and white 8" x 10" photograph of Gale Gordon in a typically curmudgeonly pose. There's an excellent signature in silver ink across the image.



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ref:2526  £40.00
Gordon, Gale   (1906-1995)
Gordon, Gale Great American character actor, most famous for his long friendship and professional association with Lucille Ball.
A very fine signature in blue ink on a 6" x 4" white card.


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ref:5145  £10.00
Goring, Marius   (1912-1998)
Goring, Marius
Outstanding British character actor, in some classic films, including The Red Shoes (1948).
A very fine signed and dated (1937) early vintage postcard, showing the young Marius Goring in a Shakespearean stage role.

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ref:2240  £25.00
Goring, Marius   1912-1998)
Goring, Marius Fine British character actor, remembered most fondly for his appearance in The Red Shoes (1948).
A vintage original black and white publicity photograph (a little larger than 9.25" x 7.25"), boldly signed across the image in blue ink.
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ref:10388  £15.00
Goring, Marius   (1912-1998)
Goring, Marius Great British character actor.
A very fine vintage signature in black fountain pen ink on a 4.5" x 2.5" slip of paper with an attached small photograph.
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ref:8066  £12.00
Goss, Matt & Luke   (1968- )
Goss, Matt & Luke Lewisham-born twins who formed Bros and shot to fame as pop pin-ups in the late 1980s.
A listing of two white cards, each approximately 6" x 4 and each signed in black ink by the twins. Both were obtained in person - Matt's outside the Mayfair Theatre in London in November 1988 and Luke's outside the Savoy Hotel in London in September 1993.

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ref:9533  £20.00
Gough, Hugh   (1779-1869)
Gough, Hugh Irish-born British Field Marshal, said to have commanded in more general actions than any British officer except the Duke of Wellington.
A fine ink signature ("Gough, General, Commander-in-Chief, East Indies"), cut from the bottom of a letter on a piece measuring 3.5" x 1.5".

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ref:8617  £20.00
Gough, Michael (and others)   (1917-2011)
Gough, Michael (and others) Great British character actor.
A page cut from a programme of a production of The Way Things Go at the Phoenix Theatre in London in 1950. The page is signed in ink by Michael Gough and by the two other stars, Ronald Squire and Glynis Johns.
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ref:10305  £15.00
Grable, Betty   (1916-1973)
Grable, Betty Lovely American singer and actress, the "Girl With The Million Dollar Legs".
An exceptionally lovely vintage sepia 8" x 10" photograph, showing off her famous legs, and nicely signed and inscribed ("Best wishes always to John from Betty") in her trademark red ink across a clear area of the image.

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ref:9601  £95.00
Grable, Betty   (1916-1973)
Grable, Betty Lovely American singer and actress, the "Girl With The Million Dollar Legs".
A very pretty black and white photograph (7" x 5"), boldly signed and inscribed ("To Terry, Love, Betty Grable") in her trademark red ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10297  £50.00
Grahame-White, Claude   (1879-1959)
Grahame-White, Claude Charismatic British pioneer aviator, much disliked by the Wright Brothers for his swagger, lifestyle and love of self-publicity.
A very fine vintage black and white postcard, showing the nonchalant, bow-tied young aviator in front of one of his aircraft. There's a fine signature in ink to the reverse.
The card has been sent through the postal system, and cancellation on the half-penny stamp is dated  November 27th, 1912.


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ref:8243  £40.00
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