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Argyll Etkin Ltd Sale: 49

AUTOGRAPHS
Autographs
Sale No: 49
Lot No: 1
Symbol:

c.1800-1911 Letters, etc., with autographs, mainly artists or authors, including 1825 letter written and signed by the wood engraver Thomas Bewick from Gateshead, to fellow engraver Richard Wingate discussing engravings of birds (folded, faults but a scarce signature); 1848 letter from the artist Alfred Edward Chalon; undated letter from Jerome K. Jerome, author of "Three Men in a Boat"; 1864 letter from the artist Edward Henry Corbould regretting he has no Photo of himself to give as requested, including sketches of two photos taken of him which may be had from a Douglas photographer; two undated letters from the artist Edwin Landseer concerning the purchase of the painting "The Judgement of Solomon" from Haydons Studies at the auction held by Fosters of Pall Mall, etc. (23).

Opening GBP 300.00
Sold...GBP 250.00


Closed..Mar-09-2022, 23:59:00 EST
Sold For 250

Sale No: 49
Lot No: 2
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George Cruikshank, etc. 1827-57 Entire letters and covers addressed to the artist and caricaturist George Cruikshank (16), four with sketches drawn by Cruikshank, and further sketches on a small piece initialled "GCK". Also various other autographed letters and notes including artists and sculptors, Richard Tattersall, Benjamin, Leonard or Joseph Wyon, etc. (c.40).

Opening GBP 150.00
Sold...GBP 340.00


Closed..Mar-09-2022, 23:59:00 EST
Sold For 340

Sale No: 49
Lot No: 3
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Joseph Chamberlain/Winston Churchill. 1899 (Nov 13) Four page letter written and signed by Joseph Chamberlain, the Colonial Secretary, to Winston Churchill, thanking him for a copy of his latest book "The River War", and referring to the Boer War - "I suppose that you are now once more in the thick of things & I hope you will have the opportunity of describing the most interesting state of the present conflict. Up to the present time it has proceeded very much as I expected when I saw you last, except that we have held our own better than I hoped & the conduct of the troops has exceeded even the most sanguine anticipations. I imagine that you will not find many of your contemporaries to whom it has been given to witness & report the exploits of British arms in such different circumstances as those in the North West Frontier, Egypt & the Transvaal".

Opening GBP 150.00
Sold...GBP 130.00


Closed..Mar-09-2022, 23:59:00 EST
Sold For 130
Sale No: 49
Lot No: 4
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Artists. 1947-51 Letters (23, twenty with envelopes) and a postcard, handwritten signed letters from various artists to J.A Wilkinson in Morpeth including a good series of letters from Dorothea Sharp (9), many discussing paintings sold to Wilkinson; others from Frank Brangwyn, William Russell Flint (3) and Laura Knight, also Borlase Smart, Steven Spurrier, C. Spencelaugh (4), W.G de Glehn, Hugh Ridge, Francis Hodge and Francis Whiting. (24).

Opening GBP 200.00
Sold...GBP 170.00


Closed..Mar-09-2022, 23:59:00 EST
Sold For 170


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