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NEUMANN (Hans, Violinist and Composer)

Fine signed portrait photograph, by Histed of Baker Street, London, showing him three quarter length in profile to the right, his violin to his chin, inscribed on the mount in English "To my dear friends Mr and Mrs Morley with heartiest wishes", 11" x 8½" in frame 22½" x 18½", no place, Christmas a few small white flecks in dark part of background

Item Date:  1905
Stock No:  53843      £175

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NICHOLLS (Heller)

AQMS, four bars of 'Slovak Legend' on three staves for violin and piano, 3½" x 4½", no place, 12th June

Item Date:  1911
Stock No:  13009      £15

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NILSSON (Christine, 1843-1921, Swedish Singer)

Fine bold signature withe the date and 'sincerely yours' on card 4½" x 3½", no place,

Item Date:  1884
Stock No:  54018      £55

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NILSSON (Christine, 1843-1921, Swedish Singer)

Autograph Letter Signed in English to Charlotte, Lady MacGregor, saying "Alas! I dont think I shall be able to come to London this season ... I should have liked to pay you a short visit at your beautiful Palace!", Hampton Court, "Well [in French] eveything is still up in the air - I will let you know the final decision", she is "dead tired" having been out "every night nearly. Thank goodness after the Grand Prix all will be at an end", and sending love "from both Rosita and myself, Ever your true and attached Christine", gilt monogram 'CM' with coronet and crest, no place. (Menton), no date, c. last few lines cross-written on recto

Item Date:  1910
Stock No:  16770      £75

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NILSSON (Christine, 1843-1921, Swedish Singer)

Autograph Letter Signed in French with translation, on coloured postcard with a view of Menton, to Charlotte, Lady MacGregor, the writer has marked her house 'Vallaya' in the picture, she explains "Your letter reached me only yesterday, and I do not know whether you were expecting me last Sunday the 24th or next Sunday, but in any case I could not come and see you, Sundays not being free. How long are you in the South?", she asks if she received the Christmas card she sent to Hampton Court, and wishes her "A good and happy new year ... good health which is something essential! Affectionate greetings from your old friend", 1 side 8vo., no date, Christmas

Item Date:  1911
Stock No:  16772      £75

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