Sophie Dupré - Stage and Screen

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IRVING (Sir Henry, 1838-1905, Actor Manager) & Bram STOKER (1847-1912, Author of 'Dracula')

Letter signed, the text in the hand of Stoker, to Mrs Longford sending an autograph "With the greatest pleasure & all good wishes ...", 1 side 8vo., Lyceum Theatre headed paper, 5th May

Item Date:  1899
Stock No:  39909      £375

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IRVING (Sir Henry, 1838-1905, Actor Manager)

Final pages of an Autograph Letter Signed, talking about "a permanent engagement. Surely one of the many companies ... would be glad of the services of so capable & excellent an actress. I hope she will try & I hope that she will be successful - her friends are certainly sincerely indebted to you ...", 2 sides 8vo., no place, no date,

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  39138      £125

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IRVING (Sir Henry, 1838-1905, Actor Manager) & Bram STOKER (1847-1912, Author of 'Dracula')

Letter signed, the text in the hand of Stoker, to "Dear Madam" saying he has "the greatest pleasure in complying with your request ...", 1 side 8vo., Royal Lyceum Theatre headed paper, 16th January

Item Date:  1883
Stock No:  40004      £350

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IRVING (Sir Henry, 1838-1905, Actor Manager)

Fine cabinet photo by Window & Grove, signed and dated showing him head and shoulders in profile, wearing a wing collared shirt and jacket, inscribed on the verso by "Teddy" Craig, son of Edward GORDON CRAIG (1872-1966, Actor, Director and Scenic Designer) "With love to Henry Cheshire on his birthday 1977 from Teddy Craig", 6½" x 4¼", no place, the photo dated

Item Date:  1895
Stock No:  40045      £225

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IRVING (Sir Henry, 1838-1905, Actor Manager)

Autograph Letter Signed to "dear Friend" asking him to "accept my very best thanks for the Shakepeare which is most acceptable ... proof of your undiminished kindness ... will you be coming up to see .'Macbeth' [?] which has proved to be the greatest theatrical success of my time ...", 3 sides 8vo., 15a Grafton Street, Bond Street, 16th January

Item Date:  1889
Stock No:  40473      £150

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