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BENTLEY (John Francis, 1839-1902, Architect to Westminster Cathedral)

Autograph Letter Signed to Nicholls, agreeing that if their meeting is "to be at 4.30 p.m. ... it should be later than Feby 25th rather than earlier ...", 3 sides 8vo., 13 John St, Adelphi, 28th December

Item Date:  1898
Stock No:  5063      £25

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BENTLEY (Nicholas, 1907-1980, Artist and Author)

Typed Letter Signed to Mr Hughes, commiserating with him over the "loss of your collection. I hope the enclosed drawing may form the nucleus of a new one ...", 1 side 8vo., Andre Deutsch headed paper, 2nd January

Item Date:  1961
Stock No:  5066      £15

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BENTON (Thomas Hart, 1889-1975, American Muralist and Painter of everyday Mid-Western life)

Excellent collage cartoon portrait in colour,  signed by Benton  and inscribed 'Sincerely Yours' below Benton's drawing of a Mexican on a donkey,which fills the wall space left by the cartoonist, the Mexican looking back suspiciously towards Benton, and showing Benton full length, nearly full face, with bold black hair, eyebrows and moustache, his shirt, tie and trousers cleverly picked out in real cloth, 8½" x 7¼" in mount 17¾" x 11", no place,

Item Date:  1939
Stock No:  54070      £875

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[BESTALL (Alfred, 1892-1986, Writer and Illustrator of the Rupert Bear Stories)]

Acetate Master in Colours for the 1971 'Rupert' Annual showing Rupert meeting a friend carrying a parcel, and being led somewhere by the friend, 4 hand-coloured panels each 3½" x 4" on card mount 13½" x 9½", vignettes of Rupert and his mother in top corners of mount, no place,

Item Date:  1971
Stock No:  56778      £650

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BIDDULPH (Margaret Howard, 1880-1970, wife of Hon Claud William Biddulph, Builder of Rodmarton Manor)

Autograph Letter signed to Mrs Wood thanking her for having "treated my requst so sympathetically & to have arranged the matter with Gloucester so promptly. Thank you ... also for saying you will look in at the class. ... I should be glad to pay Mr Moore's fee if he were able to come ...", 1 side 4to., Rodmarton headed paper, 21st December

Item Date:  1933
Stock No:  38687      £175

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