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Newley, Anthony   (1931-1999)
Newley, Anthony British entertainer.
A very fine vintage 1960s album page (5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:8469  £12.00
Nixon, David   (1919-1978)
Nixon, David

Genial and much loved British magician.

A very fine signed vintage black and white postcard-sized photograph.

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ref:360  £18.00
Nixon, David   (1919-1979)
Nixon, David

Genial and much loved British magician.

A very cheery black and white photograph (4.5" x 3"), nicely signed in black ink to the lower white margin
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ref:4813  £15.00
Nixon, David (and Jack Kodell)   (1919-1978)
Nixon, David (and Jack Kodell)

Genial and much loved British magician.

A card Dinner Menu for the Annual Supper and Entertainment of The Magic Circle (Windsor Castle Restaurant, London, November 27th 1957). David Nixon has added a fine signature in blue ink to the Toast List page and the great American magician and bird manipulator, Jack Kodell, has signed ("Sincere best wishes from Kodell") in green ink to the back cover. RARE.
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ref:7981  £25.00
Noble, Peter   (1917-1997)
Noble, Peter British actor, producer, songwriter and film writer extraordinaire (he was once described as a "walking encyclopaedis of film")
A very fine vintage black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.25"), nicely signed in blue ink across the lower white margin.

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ref:9586  £15.00
Nolan, Lloyd   (1902-1985)
Nolan, Lloyd Great American character actor, in over 100 films.
A fine vintage 1930s album page (5" x 4"), nicely signed and inscribed ("To Victor - Best luck always from Lloyd Nolan") in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:10493  £15.00
Novak, Kim   (1933- )
Novak, Kim

Blonde American actress, most famous for her work with the director Alfred Hitchcock.

A lovely vintage signed German postcard.


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ref:359  £50.00
Novak, Kim   (1933- )
Novak, Kim

Blonde American actress, most famous for her work with the director, Alfred Hitchcock.

A stunning original vintage black and white 8" x 10" Columbia Pictures publicity photograph, nicely signed and inscribed in black ink across the image.


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ref:2748  £75.00
Novak, Kim   (1933- )
Novak, Kim Blonde American actress, most famous for her work with the director Alfred Hitchcock.

A very pretty modern 7" x 5" colour reproduction of an earlier image, boldly signed across the image in black ink.


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ref:6179  £35.00
Novak, Kim   (1933- )
Novak, Kim

Blonde American actress, most famous for her work with the director, Alfred Hitchcock.

A very pretty colour reproduction (8" x 10") of an earlier image, boldly signed in black ink.
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ref:9126  £75.00
Novak, Kim   (1933- )
Novak, Kim

Blonde American actress, most famous for her work with the director Alfred Hitchcock.

A fine colour vintage promotional photograph (8.5" x 7") for her 1962 film, Boys' Night Out, featuring a scene with co-star Tony Randall. There's a bold signature in black ink across the image.


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ref:6847  £40.00
Novelli, Ermete   (1851-1919)
Novelli, Ermete Great Italian actor and playwright.
A very fine vintage sepia Italian postcard, nicely signed and dated (1889) across the image in dark blue fountain pen ink. SCARCE.

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ref:8173  £30.00
Nureyev, Rudolf   (1938-1993)
Nureyev, Rudolf Matchless Russian ballet dancer, director, choreographer and actor.
A very fine black and white 7.5" x 9.75" Leslie Spatt photograph of Nureyev in a spectacular, archetypal ballet pose, signed in person in dark blue ink at the Royal Opera House in the 1980s.

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ref:3717  £250.00
Nureyev, Rudolf   (1938-1993)
Nureyev, Rudolf Matchless Russian ballet dancer, director, choreographer and actor.
A very fine signature in black ink on a 5" x 3" card. Perfect for display mounting.

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ref:9258  £65.00
O'Brien, Virginia   (1919-2001)
O'Brien, Virginia

Lovely American singer and actress, most famous for her comedy roles in MGM musicals.

A very pretty vintage black and white postcard, nicely signed in period in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:7298  £18.00
O'Mara, Kate   (1939-2014 )
O'Mara, Kate Lovely British actress.
A superb black and white 8" x 10"photograph of Kate O'Mara in all her physical glory in The Horror of Frankenstein (1970). There's a bold signature, obtained in person, across a clear area of the image.

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ref:4748  £30.00
O'Rorke, Brefni   (1889-1946)
O'Rorke, Brefni Dublin-born character actor, on stage and in films (he was amazingly busy in the 1940s, making 35 films between 1941 and 1946).
A rare vintage black and white photograph (about 5" x 3"), neatly signed and dated (1936) in blue fountain pen ink across the image.
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ref:10604  £18.00
O'Shea, Milo   (1926-2013)
O'Shea, Milo Great Irish character actor.
a fine early black and white photograph (5" x 4.5") of O'Shea sporting an outrageous black moustache (which looks fake, but isn't!). There's a good signature in blue ink along the lower white margin.
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ref:9756  £15.00
O'Sullivan, Maureen   (1911-1998)
O'Sullivan, Maureen Irish actress, long in Hollywood, mother of Mia Farrow; most famous for her portrayal of the scantily clad Jane to Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan in six films, beginning with Tarzan the Ape Man (1932).
A lovely original MGM sepia publicity photograph (8" x 10"), nicely signed in blue fountain ink ("Sincerely, Maureen O'Sullivan") across the image.

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ref:9387  £65.00
O'Sullivan, Maureen   (1911-1998)
O'Sullivan, Maureen Irish actress, long in Hollywood, mother of Mia Farrow; most famous for her portrayal of the scantily clad Jane to Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan in six films, beginning with Tarzan the Ape Man (1932).
fine programme for a 1982 production of the comedy Morning's At Seven at The National Theatre in Washington DC, boldly signed in blue ink across the front cover.
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ref:9388  £18.00
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