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WALLS (Tom, 1883-1949, Actor and Director)

Fine photo signed and inscribed "Best Wishes" showing him full length, leaning again a wall at the bottom of some stairs with his arms folded, wearing a tailcoat, looking sideways in an amused way, with notes on the verso about his career, 10" x 6½", no place, dated on the verso 24th March

Item Date:  1930
Stock No:  39948      £75

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WELLINGTON (Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852, Field Marshal & Statesman)

Fine Autograph Letter to General Sir George WALKER (1764-1842, Army Officer) assuring him that he is "mistaken if you suppose that I ever have anything to give away as others have at the moment it becomes vacant. Everybody applies for every thing to the D. of Wellington. If I have had one I have not had less than five hundred applications for this expected Nomination to the Charter House. I propose to confer it upon the son of a distressed Officer of the Army, which is, I hope the best disposition that I can make of it. I am very much concerned that I cannot comply with your desire to obtain it for the son of your Brother ...", 3 sides 8vo., London, 13th August

Item Date:  1833
Stock No:  39952      £425

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WELLINGTON (Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852, Field Marshal & Statesman)

Fine Autograph Letter to W. Ballantine marked Private and Confidential, sending him the "enclosed letter requesting your opinion before I send the Gentleman an answer. I do not propose however to recommend the gentleman till after the proposed Commission shall have passed the Great Seal ...", 1 side 8vo., London, 13th August

Item Date:  1833
Stock No:  39953      £275

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WHITE (Sir George Stuart, 1835-1912, Field Marshal, Winner of the Victoria Cross, Commander in Chief in India and Defender of Ladysmith)

Autograph Letter Signed to Sir Algernon TUDOR-CRAIG (1873-1943, Army Officer, Heraldist and Author of books on Art History) saying he believes that Craig has heard from "Tatham Hughes how the Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital stand with regard to the cases of Thos Sullivan & Thos Paul. Thos Sullivan was allowed to commute his entire pension of 1/- a day, in 1894 for the sum of £175-8-7 and consequently we can do nothing further for him. He remains a useful example of the necessity of being most particular in allowing pensioners to commute their pensions - this case has resulted in the stigma to the service of a Veteran with Crimean Turkish Long Service and Good Conduct Medals being in the Work house altho' he has a good character. Thos Paul will almost certainly get 1/- a day campaign pension - as his 'felony' will be forgiven him, 18 years having elapsed since he committed it. He has lost 7½ a day for 18 years, or in other words he has, in addition to other punishment, suffered a fine of over £200 ..", 2 sides 4to., Royal Hospital, Chelsea headed paper, 6th November

Item Date:  1908
Stock No:  39955      £275

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WIESENTHAL (Simon, 1908-2005, Holocaust Survivor, Architect and Nazi-hunter)

Colour photograph signed together with his compliments slip and the envelope that sent it to David Milner, 5" x 3½", no place, no date postmarked Vienna

Item Date:  1983
Stock No:  39958      £125

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