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Garrity, Freddie   (1936-2006)
Garrity, Freddie Manchester-born singer and actor who was the frontman of the 1960s pop group, Freddie and the Dreamers.
A superb original vintage black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10"), showing Freddie with the other members of the group. Produced in the early 1960s by their Manchester agent, Kennedy Street Enterprises Ltd, there's an excellent full signature in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image

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ref:8452  £40.00
Gay, Noel   (1898-1954)
Gay, Noel Prolific Yorkshire-born composer of popular music in the 1930s and 1940s (he wrote the music for 28 films, 26 London stage shows and 45 songs); once described as "the closest Britain ever came to a local Irving Berlin.”
In the 1930s there was an autograph collector called Louis Ollier. Ollier was also a talented artist and it was his practice to do excellent pen and ink drawings of celebrities and send them to be signed and returned. Apparently nobody refused. This item comes from Ollier's collection - a superb original pen and ink drawing of Noel Gay on a 7" x 10" sheet of white cartridge paper. Gay has signed and dated the drawing (11.3.39) in dark blue ink, also adding a fine musical quotation.
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ref:10153  £40.00
Glitter, Gary   (1944- )
Glitter, Gary British glam-pop singer, real name Paul Gadd.
A vintage black and white photograph (10" x 7.5"), signed across the image in silver ink.

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ref:8947  £50.00
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
Green, Johnny   (1908-1989)
Green, Johnny Multiple Oscar-winning American songwriter, composer, musical arranger, and conductor, remembered particularly for the great standard, Body and Soul (1930).
A fine signature and inscription ("For Violet - All the best - Johnny Green") in blue fountain pen ink on a small 3" x 2" vintage 1940s album page

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ref:9570  £15.00
Guetary, Georges   (1915-1997)
Guetary, Georges French actor and singer, remembered most fondly for his show-stopping rendition of I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise in An American in Paris (1951).
A very early black and white deckle-edged French postcard of the handsome young Georges Guetary, nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink ("G.Guetary"). There's an additional note in ink to the reverse ("Thank you for your nice letter. G.G.").
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ref:8697  £12.00
Harris, Wee Willie   (1933- )
Harris, Wee Willie Legendary early British rock and roll singer.
A very fine signature in black ink on a 6" x 4" white card. Obtained in person at the Fairfield Hall, Croydon in 1990

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ref:9506  £12.00
Hayward, Justin   (1946- )
Hayward, Justin British singer, guitarist and songwriter, member of the rock band The Moody Blues.
A very fine signature in black ink on a 6" x 4" white card. Obtained in person at the BBC in 1994.

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ref:9524  £10.00
Holliday, Michael   (1928-1963)
Holliday, Michael Very fine British singer, died of a drugs overdose.
A superb signature in blue ink on a vintage 1950s album page (5.5" x 3.75"). RARE.

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ref:9510  £15.00
Hopkin, Mary   (1952- )
Hopkin, Mary Welsh singer, the first artist signed to Apple Records in 1968.
A listing og two UNSIGNED original 1969 black and white Keystone Press Agency photographs (8" x 10"), taken to publicise the 6-week UK Spring Tour (beginning in March) of Mary Hopkin and Engelbert Humperdinck.
One shows the pair getting out a taxi in New Bond Street in London, the other shows them posing on a Rolls-Royce.
Both photographs are in good condition, with the original Keystone stamps to the reverse.



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ref:10190  £20.00
Horne, Lena   (1917-2010)
Horne, Lena American singer and actress.
A very fine signature and inscription ("To John, Sincerely, Lena Horne") in magenta ink on an early 1950s album page (5.5" x 4.75").
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ref:9529  £10.00
Horne, Lena   (1917-2010)
Horne, Lena American singer and actress.
A very fine vintage glossy sepia Picturegoer photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), boldly signed and inscribed ("To Peter, Sincerely, Lena Horne") across the image in black ink.

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ref:6488  £18.00
Hutchinson, Leslie (Hutch)   (1900-1969)
Hutchinson, Leslie (Hutch) Grenada-born cabaret singer, with enormous sex appeal and charm and a wonderful velvety voice.
A very fine signature and date ("Hutch", 1940) in ink on a 4.5" x 3.75" album page.

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ref:8729  £8.00
Hutchinson, Leslie (Hutch)   (1900-1969)
Hutchinson, Leslie (Hutch) Grenada-born cabaret singer, with enormous sex appeal and charm and a wonderful velvety voice.
A very fine signature and date (Hutch, 1938) in ink on a 5.5" x 3.5" album page.

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ref:8730  £8.00
Hylton, Jack (and wife Ennis Parkes)   (1892-1965)
Hylton, Jack (and wife Ennis Parkes) English pianist, band leader and impresario.
A fine vintage album page (6.25" x 4.75"), signed in ink by Jack Hylton and also by his wife, Ennis Parkes Hylton (who has added the date, 29th May 1931). RARE.

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ref:7194  £10.00
Jacques Loussier Trio,   
Jacques Loussier Trio, French jazz piano trio who became known for their jazz interpretations of classical music.
A very fine programme for a concert by the trio at the Chichester Festival Theatre on Sunday, 11th June 1967. Each member of the trio has signed in ink on the front cover.
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ref:10046  £20.00
Jacquet, Illinois   (1919-2004)
Jacquet, Illinois American jazz tenor saxophonist, best remembered for his solo on Lionel Hampton’s"Flying Home", critically recognized as the first R&B saxophone solo.
A superb glossy sepia vintage publicity photograph (8" x 10") of the very young Illinois Jacquet, neatly signed in blue ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:10430  £75.00
Jones, Aled   (1970- )
Jones, Aled Welsh singer and radio and television presenter who had a major hit in 1985 with Walking in the Air, the song from Raymond Briggs' 1982 animated cartoon, The Snowman.
A very fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph of the young Aled Jones, nicely signed in black ink to the lower white margin.

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ref:4867  £15.00
Jones, Quincy   (1933- )
Jones, Quincy Great American film composer, arranger and record producer, with a career spanning five decades; he is particularly recognized as the producer of Michael Jackson’s album Thriller, which has sold more than 110 million copies worldwide.
A very fine colour photograph (8" x 10"), boldly signed in blue ink across the image. The signature was obtained in person in March, 2001, at Mr Chow's Restaurant in Beverly Hills.
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ref:9983  £60.00
Jones, Tom   (1940- )
Jones, Tom Great Welsh singer. with a long list of hits to his credit.
A very fine colour photograph (8" x 10"), boldly signed across the image in silver ink.
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ref:10284  £40.00
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