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PACKER (Ann, b. 1942, Gold Medallist, 800 metres) and her husband Robbie BRIGHTWELL (b. 1939, Silver Medallist, 4 x 400 metres Relay, both at the 1964 Olympics)

Signatures "Ann Packer Rob Brightwell" together on piece 6" x 5", also inscribed by Ann "Best wishes ... P.S. I forgot to post this", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1964
Stock No:  54412      £30

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PANTING (WIlliam, Vicar of the Parish of St Michael's Coventry in 1633)

Autograph Receipt signed for £50. received from the City Corporation “by the hands of Humfrey Burton” for a half year’s allowance for the Parish tythes, being the half year ended 29th September last, 1 side folio, Coventry, 25th November

Item Date:  1642
Stock No:  41782      £175

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PARKER (Joseph, 1830-1902, Congregationalist Divine)

Fine signature with autograph quote "The sword of the Future" and small sketch on an album leaf

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  8289      £10

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PARKER (Robert John, 1857-1918, Judge, Baron Parker of Waddington)

Autograph Letter Signed to James Frederick Chance, (1856-1938, Hon. Secretary to the Eton War Memorial Fund), giving the dates and times when he is usually free, "but on Wednesday 25th Mar. I am engaged", 1 side 8vo, Aldworth, Haslemere, Surrey, 4th March

Item Date:  1917
Stock No:  15178      £15

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PARKER (Charles Stewart, 1771-1828, Partner in McInroy Parker & Co., Trading into Demarara)

Autograph letter signed to his partner  Samuel Sandbach  (1769-1851, Mayor of Liverpool 1831-1832), replying on behalf of Mr McInroy, who is on Jury service, saying they will "take the copper on from Messrs Borradailes" at 18p per lb., he is "pleased with the sale of my Cotton altho' it would appear the price is rather declining", paying off Mr Porter "would be a bad precedent to come to anything like a final Settlement with Him without doing the same with every other person ... we recommend you to send him about £600 ... which will leave something in our hands for after clap - Conceiving Lace to be an article much easier to procure with you than here, I would recommend your sending it from Liverpool", also urging him "to state to Mr Porter ... that we shall look to him in case of need to refund the whole or any part of the money ... a friendly accommodation which we have granted to no one besides himself", and asking "Have you any word of the William Heathcote?", with a P.S. "there are no negro hats to be had here at any thing like Mr Hopkinsons limits ... Mr McInroy promised a few by way of favor @ 18/- which he sends out on account of this house in Demerary", 1 side 10" x 8", address on conjugate leaf with Glasgow postmark, Glasgow, 24th September

Item Date:  1804
Stock No:  54245      £875

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