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EASTLAKE (Sir Charles Lock, 1793-1865, Painter, President of the Royal Academy)

Fine Autograph Formal Letter in the third person to Sir William TITE (1798-1873, Architect, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, MP) presenting his compliments "to Mr Tite and requests that he will have the goodness to convey Sir Charles Eastlake's acknowledgment to the Presidenys and Managers of the London Institution for the Card of Invitation which he has had the honor to receive for their Soirées ...", 1 side 8vo., 7 Fitzroy Square, 8th January

Item Date:  1857
Stock No:  40398      £55

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EASTLAKE-40391-1.jpg WORKING WOMEN'S VISIT TO THE NATIONAL GALLERY NEEDS ADVANCE WARNING TO THE POLICE
EASTLAKE (Charles Locke, 1836-1906, Architect and Furniture Designer)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Madam" (Miss Bertha James) referring to her "letter of yesterday, there can be no possible objection to such a visit as you propose, on the part of working women to this Gallery. But when such visits are anticipated, I like to know beforehand in order that the Curators and Police on duty may be informed. This has now been done & I hope you will find no obstacle tomorrow ...", 2 sides 8vo., National Gallery headed paper, 26th April

Item Date:  1887
Stock No:  40391      £75

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EASTLAKE (Sir Charles Lock, 1793-1865, Painter, President of the Royal Academy)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Sir William TITE (1798-1873, Architect, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, MP) saying "very interesting, very candid, & very useful. I had not seen the evidence before. I have read it attentively & return it with many thanks ...", 1 side 8vo., 7 Fitzroy Square, 19th May

Item Date:  1863
Stock No:  40390      £55

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ELIZABETH-40410-1.jpg "THE KING AND THE CHILDREN WERE RATHER INDIGNANT THIS MORNING"
ELIZABETH (The Queen Mother, 1900-2002, Queen of George VI)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed with initials to the Rev. F. J. Stone (Dean at Windsor) saying that she is "so sorry to hear that you have had an accident, and do hope that you will very soon be quite recovered, and that the cough will go quickly. The King and the children were rather indignant this morning, as they did not know any of the hymn tunes! Do ask the organist to us the 'ancient and modern' more, as we know them better ...", 2 sides 8vo., with original autograph envelope signed with initials, The Royal Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor headed paper, 16th March

Item Date:  1935
Stock No:  40410      £450

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[ELIZABETH (The Queen Mother, 1900-2002, Queen of George VI) & her daughter MARGARET (Rose, 1930-2002, Princess, Countess of Snowdon)]

Unsigned press photo by the Sport & General Press Agency showing the Queen at a receiving line with Robert Donat and Maria Schell being presented to her, Margaret is just visible behind her, with typed description on the verso saying that they were visiting the Associated British Cinemas Studios in Borehamwood, 8" x 6", Hertfordshire, 16th March

Item Date:  1951
Stock No:  40407      £75

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