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ARMSTRONG (William George, 1810-1890, Ordnance Manufacturer and Connoisseur, from 1887 1st Baron)

Fine Cabinet Photograph signed 'Armstrong', c.

Item Date:  1890
Stock No:  12116      £50

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ARMSTRONG (Henry Edward, 1848-1937, Chemist, Armstrong's acid is named for him)

Autograph Letter Signed to Lord SHUTTLEWORTH (Sir James, 1st Baronet, 1804-1877, Founder of English Popular Education) saying that he "may remember Horace Brown in the Old Chollege of Chemistry days. I am giving a memorial lecture on him on Friday ... in the hall of the Electrical Engineers. Should you be in town, perhaps you will favour me with your support. I know no one else surviving from that time. You, I suppose, have no special recollections of the period which you could give me to use in my account? ...", 3 sides 8vo., The Athenaeum headed paper, 17th February

Item Date:  1927
Stock No:  41419      £125

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ASIMOV (Isaac, 1920-1992, Russian-American Biochemist, Sci-Fi Writer)

Typed Postcard Signed in full 'Isaac Asimov' to John Gwynne Hughes hoping that he doesn't "mind if I save myself trouble and combine communication and autograph. Thank you for all your kind words ...", 1 side postcard with redirected address on the verso, 12 West 72, New York, 12th July

Item Date:  1974
Stock No:  40000      £245

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AYRTON (William Edward, 1847-1908, Engineer)

Signature and subscription from end of Autograph Letter Signed to his son

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  6824      £10

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BABINGTON (Charles Cardale, 1808-1895, Botanist & Archaeologist)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, explaining that "It is more than 30 years since I gathered the Polygala on Ban Bulben ... my duplicates have long since been given away. My own specimens are fixed to paper in the Herbarium, and I have not many ...", inviting him to come and see his specimens, 2 sides 8vo., Cambridge, 1st February laid down on second sheet causing some damage

Item Date:  1877
Stock No:  4795      £25

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