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Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda

Fine British actress, turned politician.

A superb black and white 8" x 10" photograph of Glenda Jackson in her Oscar-winning role as Gudrun in Ken Russell's Women in Love (1969), boldly signed in ink across a clear area of the image.


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ref:4146  £20.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Oscar-winning British actress, turned politician.
A very fine signed black and white photograph (8" x 10"), in her award-winning role as Elizabeth R (1971).

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ref:5338  £18.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda

Fine British actress, turned politician.

A very fine signature in blue ink on a 5" x 3" white card. Perfect for display mounting.


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ref:6612  £6.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Fine British actress, turned politician.

A very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in blue ink across the image.


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ref:5478  £10.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Oscar-winning British actress, turned politician.
A very fine signed colour photograph (9" x 7.5"), in her award-winning role as Elizabeth R.
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ref:6417  £18.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Fine British actress, turned politician.

A truly extraordinary colour photograph (8" x 10") of Jackson striking an amazing pose! There's a fine signature in black ink across the image.


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ref:6655  £18.00
Jackson, Glenda   (1936- )
Jackson, Glenda Fine British actress, turned politician.

A wonderful black and white postcard of a Terry O'Neill photograph, showing Glenda Jackson relaxing on the set of Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) with a pint of beer in her hand. There's a fine signature in blue ink across the image.


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ref:6763  £15.00
Jackson, Gordon   (1923-1990)
Jackson, Gordon Fine Scottish character actor.
A
very fine black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed and inscribed in black ink to the lower white margin.
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ref:6353  £30.00
Jackson, Gordon   (1923-1990)
Jackson, Gordon Fine Scottish character actor.
A superb early vintage black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.25") of a very young Gordon Jackson, nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink across the image.Quite scarce in uninscribed form.

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ref:5900  £40.00
Jacobi, Derek   (1938- )
Jacobi, Derek

Distinguished British actor, most famous for his outstanding television performances, especially BBC Television’s I, Claudius (1976) and Cadfael (1994-1996).

A very fine signed 8" x 10" colour photograph, as Gracchus in his 2000 film, Gladiator.


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ref:2926  £25.00
Jacobi, Derek   (1938- )
Jacobi, Derek Distinguished British actor.
A very fine signed black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10"), as Arthur Clennam in Little Dorrit (1988).



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ref:5337  £20.00
Jacobi, Derek   (1938- )
Jacobi, Derek Distinguished British actor.
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fine earlier black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed across the image in blue fountain pen ink.
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ref:5481  £10.00
Jacques, Hattie   (1924-1980)
Jacques, Hattie

Plump, much-loved British character actress, most famous for the 'Carry On' series of comedies, beginning with Carry on Sergeant (1958).

A fine original black and white vintage lobby card (8" x 10") for the fourth Carry On film, Carry On Constable (1960), signed in blue ink.  RARE in this size and on Carry On material!


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ref:675  £95.00
Jacques, Hattie   (1924-1980)
Jacques, Hattie

Plump, much-loved British character actress, most famous for the 'Carry On' series of comedies, beginning with Carry on Sergeant (1958).

A superb black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), beautifully signed in blue fountain pen ink to the lower white margin.


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ref:5764  £85.00
Jacques, Hattie   (1924-1980)
Jacques, Hattie

Plump, much-loved British character actress, most famous for the 'Carry On' series of comedies, beginning with Carry on Sergeant (1958).

A fine original black and white glossy vintage UK lobby card (8" x 10") for Hattie Jacques' 1962 comedy film, She'll Have to Go. There's a bold signature in dark blue fountain pen ink across the image.


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ref:6862  £75.00
Jaffe, Sam   (1891-1984)
Jaffe, Sam

Great American character actor, often cast in Einstein-like roles, as  in The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951).

A very fine vintage black and white 8" x 10" photograph of Jaffe, in archetypal pose, gazing into a microscope. There's an excellent signature and inscription ("To the Settlement and Day Care Center of the Salvation Army, With all good wishes, Sam Jaffe") in blue fountain pen ink across a light area of the image.
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ref:2393  £40.00
James, Clifton   (1921- )
James, Clifton

Corpulent American character actor, most famous for his portrayal of the redneck sheriff, J.W. Pepper in Bond films, including Live and Let Die (1972) and The Man With The Golden Gun (1974).

A fine modern 8" x 10" colour reproduction of a German poster for The Man With the Golden Gun, boldly signed in black ink across the image.


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ref:3038  £25.00
James, Jimmy   (1892-1965)
James, Jimmy
British music hall, film, radio and television comedian and actor; famous for a routine as a drunk with a cigarette in his mouth (interestingly, he was teetotal and never smoked).
A very fine early vintage photograph (4.25" x 3.25"), nicely signed and in black fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:2310  £10.00
James, Sid   (1913-1976)
James, Sid Great South African-born comedy actor, most famous for his many Carry On film appearances.
A very fine dinner menu (12" x 8.5") for a Gala Evening of the Lord's Taverners, held in Nottingham on the 7th April, 1976. On an inner page detailing the evening's entertainment there's a section for autographs, and there's a good signature and inscription ("Cheers Joy! Sidney James") in dark blue ink across the page.

This item was signed during Sid James' tour of the farce The Mating Season and just 19 days later, at the Sunderland Empire the actor collapsed on the stage after a massive heart attack and died an hour or so later.

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ref:4842  £85.00
Jameson, Susan   (1944- )
Jameson, Susan Pretty British television actress, in some excellent series but now probably best remembered for her role as Esther, the long-suffering wife of Brian Lane (played by Alun Armstrong) in New Tricks.
A lovely black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5") of the younger Susan Jameson, nicely signed across the image in black ink, and with a handwritten letter to a fan, in ink to the reverse and mentioning her appearance in the play The Constant Wife and work at ATV.

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ref:5152  £15.00
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