Autograph Collection.- British Actors
A Collection of Autographs from mostly British Actors; including Bernie Winters, Joan Regan, Nicholas Parsons, Michael Medwin, Charlie Pride, Paul Jones, Bill Tarmy, Anita Dobson, Robertson Hare, John Stuart, Kay Hamond, Macaulay Culkin, Russ Conway, Esther Rantzen, Harvey Hall, Alison Steadway, Ian Richardson, Gerald Harper, James Bolam, Edmund Hackridge, Glenda Jackson, Spike Milligan, Ronnie Corbett, Frances Matthews, Sheila Hancock, Eric Sykes, Barbara Windsor, Edward Haldwicke, Ellen Terry, and others,
including an autograph letter from Sheila Ferguson, reads in part “…but my father passed away and it’s been hard to get back into the swing of things…”, signed “Sheila”, 1 page, 8vo, ink smudging not affecting text, Berkshire, n.d.; Ellen Terry signed church donation envelope, signed “Ellen Terry”, paper slightly toned, occasional staining, envelop flap detached and stapled onto main envelope, Kensington, n.d.; Autograph card from Angela Rippon, reads in part “Many thanks for your note. I hope you are now well on the road to recovery.” Signed “Angela Rippon”, 1 page, 8vo, n.d.; Autograph card from Lisa Harrow, reads in part “Thankyou for your letter – I was sorry to disappoint you before – you were right, I had no photo. I hope this one will please you…”, signed “Lisa Harrow’, 1 page, 8vo, browning, n.d.; Signed card from Barbara Windsor, typed reads in part “Scott and I would like to thank you for your good wishes on our recent marriage. As you can imagine we are very happy and very touched by your kind words.”, signed “Barbara Windsor”, 1 page, postcard, 1992; Typed letter from Ferne Britton and Phil Vickery, reads “Thank you so much for your lovely letter. We love to get nice ones! Sorry this isn’t more personalised but we do hope you understand.”, signed “Fern & Philip”, 1 page, 4to, This Morning stationary, mailing folds, Grenada Studios, 15th October 2004; Typed letter from Ken Dodd, reads in part “…I’m sorry that you have written before and not had a reply. I’m afraid, because we do get a tremendous amount of mail, sometimes replies are rather late and you may still get one to one of your original letters, as we don’t really have a cross reference system!”, signed “Ken Dodd”, mailing fold, Liverpool, May 5th 1995”; Typed letter from Bill Termey, reads in part “I response to your recent letter I have to admit that it is only a storyline that I am following and it does not reflect on my personal life, but do keep watching “The Street” to see what “Jack” gets up to!”, signed “Bill Tarmey”, 1 page, 4to, mailing fold, Granada Television stationary, Manchester, 24th April, 1998; and others.