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Gable, Clark   (1901-1960)
Gable, Clark Iconic American actor, the "King of Hollywood".
A superb signed cheque for $3000, made payable to W.I.Gilbert Jr and drawn on his account at the Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, California.


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ref:4289  £295.00
Galton & Simpson,   
Galton & Simpson, Ray Galton (1930- ) and Alan Simpson (1939- ), legendary British scriptwriters, most famous for Hancock's Half Hour (1954-1961) and Steptoe and Son (1962-1974).
A fine pair of vintage signed 5" x 4" album pages, taken from a 1960s album
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ref:201  £20.00
Galton & Simpson,   
Galton & Simpson,
Ray Galton (1930- ) and Alan Simpson (1939- ), legendary British scriptwriters, most famous for Hancock's Half Hour (1954-1961) and Steptoe and Son (1962-1974).  
A very fine colour 6" x 4" photograph of the two writers, with both signing in blue ink to a light area of the image.

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ref:1762  £25.00
Gam, Rita   (1927- )
Gam, Rita Lovely, award-winning American actress, once married to director Sidney Lumet and a bridesmaid at Grace Kelly's wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco.
A very pretty vintage glossy sepia PICTUREGOER postcard, signed, inscribed and dated in later years ("To Bryan, Best wishes, Rita Gam, 2006") in dark blue ink across the image.

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ref:6431  £15.00
Gambon, Michael   (1940- )
Gambon, Michael Distinguished British character actor.
A  very fine signed black and white original publicity photograph (10" x 7.5") for Michael Gambon's 1988 film thriller, Paris By Night (with Charlotte Rampling).


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ref:4365  £25.00
Gambon, Michael   (1940- )
Gambon, Michael Distinguished British character actor.
A
fine signature in black ink on a 6" x 4" white card. Obtained in person in 1986. Perfect for display mounting.
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ref:6408  £10.00
Gardner, Ava   (1922-1990)
Gardner, Ava Lovely American actress.
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n early "Star Souvenir" postcard, boldly signed across a clear ares of the image in black ink.
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ref:6850  £25.00
Gardner, Ava   (1922-1990)
Gardner, Ava Lovely American actress.
A truly peachy black and white postcard, boldly signed in blue ink across the lower white margin.

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ref:5984  £65.00
Gardner, Ava   (1922-1990)
Gardner, Ava Lovely American actress.
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n exquisite black and white postcard, nicely signed to the lower white panel in gold ink.
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ref:6938  £65.00
Gargan, William   (1905-1979)
Gargan, William American actor, Oscar-nominated for his outstanding performance in the Carole Lombard/Charles Laughton vehicle, They Knew What They Wanted (1940).
A very fine vintage PICTUREGOER postcard (No.900), signed and inscribed ("To James, William Gargan") across the image in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:6327  £30.00
Garner, James   (1928- )
Garner, James Amiable American actor, remembered particular for his television work, especially the outstanding The Rockford Files (1974-1980).
A very fine 8" x 10" black and white photograph, as James Rockford, boldly signed in black ink across the image.
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ref:3769  £25.00
Garner, James   (1928- )
Garner, James Amiable American actor, remembered particular for his television work, especially the outstanding The Rockford Files (1974-1980).
A very fine 8" x 10" black and white portrait of a handsome James Garner, boldly signed in black ink across the image.

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ref:3768  £25.00
Garson, Greer   (1904-1996)
Garson, Greer
Outstanding British actress who became a star with her first film, the great classic
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and won an Oscar for Mrs. Miniver (1942), a wartime morale-booster.
A fine vintage signed sepia-toned glossy original publicity still (8" x 10") for Madame Curie (1944). RARE!

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ref:497  £50.00
Garson, Greer   (1904-1996)
Garson, Greer Outstanding British actress who became a star with her first film, the great classic
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and won an Oscar for Mrs. Miniver (1942), a wartime morale-booster.
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very pretty vintage black and white postcard, nicely signed across the image in black fountain pen ink.

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ref:5986  £40.00
Garson, Greer   (1904-1996)
Garson, Greer
Outstanding British actress who became a star with her first film, the great classic
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and won an Oscar for Mrs. Miniver (1942), a wartime morale-booster.
A
very pretty vintage 1940s black and white MGM publicity photograph (9.25" x 7.25"), nicely signed in dark blue ink across a clear area of the image.
The reverse is stamped with the MGM press release ("GREER GARSON AT HOME...The lovely new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer star who made her initial screen appearance and scored such a success in GOODBYE MR CHIPS. Unmarried, Miss Garson lives in an unpretentious Beverly Hills cottage, with her mother, Mrs Nina Garson, and her two pets, a French poodle and a Siamese cat.")

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ref:5566  £60.00
Gavin, John   (1931- )
Gavin, John
Handsome American actor who achieved cinematic immortality by appearing in two classics in supporting roles, as Janet Leigh's lover in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho and as Julius Caesar in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus (1960).
A fine copy of Playbill Magazine for the 1973 production of the musical Seesaw at the Mark Hellinger Theatre on Broadway. The cover has been signed in blue ink by John Gavin and also by co-star, Tommy Tune. RARE.

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ref:2356  £30.00
Gaynor, Janet   (1906-1994)
Gaynor, Janet
American actress and silent screen darling, winner of the very first Oscar for Best Actress with Seventh Heaven (1927). 
A
gorgeous vintage sepia photograph (8.25" x 6.5") of the very young Janet Gaynor, beautifully signed in period in blue fountain pen ink.
(A collector's note to the reverse suggests the photograph was received in September 1930.)

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ref:5309  £60.00
Gaynor, Janet (and Charles Farrell)   (1906-1994)
Gaynor, Janet (and Charles Farrell)
American actress and silent screen darling, winner of the very first Oscar for Best Actress with Seventh Heaven (1927). 
A
gorgeous vintage sepia Ross postcard showing Janet Gaynor with her frequent Fox  screen partner, Charles Farrell. Both have added excellent signatures in dark blue fountain ink.

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ref:5308  £50.00
Gaynor, Mitzi   (1930- )
Gaynor, Mitzi American actress, remembered especially for South Pacific (1958).
A very pretty black and white modern reproduction (8" x 10") of an earlier "cheesecake" image, nicely signed across a clear area ("Love, Mitzi Gaynor") in blue ink.


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ref:4087  £20.00
Gayson, Eunice   (1928- )
Gayson, Eunice British actress, immortalised as the very first Bond Girl, Sylvia Trench, in Dr No in 1962.
A very fine signature ("Good Luck Always - Eunice Gayson") on a vintage album page (4.25" x 3"). Perfect for display mounting.


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ref:6405  £12.00
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