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SCHULZ, CHARLES . Memorabilia - (MEM)
SCHULZ, CHARLES Memorabilia - (MEM) A printed green and black card calendar page from the 1979 Peanuts Date Book, printed on both sides, SIGNED by Schulz, overall approx. 260x330mm, "It's great to be popular!". Some minor wear. Small pinholes to top left and right corners. Fraser's Autographs
LONDON TRANSPORT PETITION 1907
LONDON TRANSPORT PETITION 1907 Memorabilia - (MEM) A large scroll containing a petition to 'The Right Honourable Home Secretary', reading: "Whereas a very large number of Property owners Householders and other inhabitants of the City and County of London suffer considerable annoyance and inconvenience on account of the noise, smell, dust, vibration caused by Motor Omnibuses and heavy Traction Engines unsuitable for crowded or residential districts, We, the undersigned hereby respectfully request the Home Secretary to issue - and cause to be put in force - such regulations and restrictions as may be deemed necessary for the abatement of the above mentioned nuisances which are seriously depreciation the value of property and causing a considerable amount of discomfort and injury to health." The petition is signed by a number of prominent London figures residing at some of the most desirable London residences: Duke of Northumberland, Duke of Norfolk (Norfolk House), Duke of Wellington (Arthur Charles Wellesley) from Apsley House (also known as Number One, London), Earl of Durham (39 Grosvenor Square), Marquesses of Londonderry from the Londonderry House, Lord Glenesk (139 Piccadilly), Duke of Portland (3 Grosvenor Square) , Viscount Churchill (21 Carlton House Terrace), Duke of Devonshire (now demolished Devonshire House) and many others (over 60 signatures). Buses have been used on the streets of London since 1829, when George Shillibeer started operating his horse drawn omnibus service from Paddington to the city. In 1850 Thomas Tilling started horse bus services. The London General Omnibus Company or LGOC, was founded to amalgamate and regulate the horse-drawn omnibus services then operating in London and became the principal bus operator in London between 1855 and 1933. LGOC began using motor omnibuses mentioned in this petition in 1902, and the last LGOC horse-drawn bus ran on 25 October 1911. Scroll on linen backed parchment, two sheets 1130 x 330 mm and 410 x 33 mm, minor smudges in parts but all text legible, heavily creased and age browned. Remarkable item from the history of London's transport with an excellent selection of signatures. Viewing strongly recommended. Additional images and condition report available on request. Fraser's Autographs
ROLLING STONES CD/LP A 12" vinyl stereo copy of the Rolling Stones' 1976
ROLLING STONES CD/LP A 12" vinyl stereo copy of the Rolling Stones' 1976 "Black And Blue" LP, with gatefold cover and printed inner sleeve. Clearly signed on the front cover in blue ink, "Mick Jagger xx" and "Love Bill Wyman - Stones". Signed on the rear cover in black ink by Charlie Watts. In VG++ condition. Personally signed for a BBC Radio producer. Fraser's Autographs
THEATRE COLLECTION. Collection - (COL)
THEATRE COLLECTION. A good value collection of theatre-related autographs, including a large autograph from Lillie Langtry, with salutation, on a cream album page, paired with a handsome colour portrait of the notorious actress, sold together with other signed items from Henry Irving, Frederic March, Tom Stoppard, Basil Rathbone, Laurence Olivier & Noel Coward etc. Viewing recommended. . Unframed - (1) Fraser's Autographs
PRESLEY, ELVIS
PRESLEY, ELVIS Photograph - (UP) A photograph of Elvis Presely taken by William Speer on the occasion of Elvis Presley's first professional photo shoot in July 1955. A gelatin silver print, hand printed, backed on card and signed by the photographer in 1977. Overall size 20x16". NOT signed by Elvis Presley. This photograph comes from the first set of professional photographs taken of a young Elvis Presley, then aged 19. He was sent to William Speer's studio by his first manager Bob Neal, to have publicity photos shot to help his fledgling singing career. Though rarely seen, the photographs are among the most memorable ever shot of Elvis, partly because Vacil Speer, the photographer's wife, was bold enough to ask Elvis to try something different and remove his shirt for some of the shots. She remembers that he didn't look real happy about it. The shirtless poses have become quite rare because Elvis was reluctant to use them in his publicity campaign. This image comes from the last batch of photographs printed by William Speer and has come directly from his Estate. This lot shows a front view of the topless Elvis. A couple of small pinhole marks. High res images on request. Viewing highly recommended. Provenance: The Estate of William Speer. Fraser's Autographs
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