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Rare original artwork for publication in books or periodicals, together with original portraits of authors and associated literary figures. Narrow down your search using the sub-categories in the side-bar on the left of the screen.

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  1. 4 Sails.
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    4 Sails. 1966

    £375

    Created with Ed Wright at the Chelsea School of Art, this piece of concrete poetry was issued on red, yellow and blue card (no priority established). The inside corners are folded to represent sails when the piece is free-standing. Words printed on each “sail” form …Read more

  2. A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.

    A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence. 1970s

    £1,350

    An attractive collection of correspondence from the Swiss-born American writer and illustrator Roger Duvoisin (1900–1980) and his wife Louise (Loulou) Fatio to their friends, Helen and Max. Roger Duvoisin won the 1948 Caldecott Medal for White Snow, Bright Snow, written by Alvin Tresselt (D. Lothrop …Read more

  3. Daily Bread.

    Daily Bread. 1935

    £3,000

    Unique “book” by Pares, made for and dedicated to the man who was to become her second husband, Robert Christopher Bradby. Comprises a series of well-finished whimsically satirical sketches, broadly on the the themes of women’s work, fashions, and domestic life; the frontispiece showing the …Read more

  4. A Bloomsbury Evening.

    A Bloomsbury Evening.

    £5,000

    Atmospheric group portrait of some members of the Hogarth Press and Bloomsbury Group. The sitters include Desmond MacCarthy, Roger Fry, Harcourt Brace, RPK, and Leonard and Virginia Woolf. Richard Kennedy work for a year at age 16 before being fired at the Hogarth Press after …Read more

  5. Two albums compiled from an artist’s sketchbooks recording nearly 40 years of life in Algeria.

    Two albums compiled from an artist’s sketchbooks recording nearly 40 years of life in Algeria. 1830–67

    £95,000

    An exceptional visual document, two albums painstakingly and thoughtfully assembled from the observational sketch-books of a little-known, but highly-talented first generation French Orientalist painter. Alexandre Antoine Girardot (1815–c.1877) has left but few traces of what must have been an unusual and adventurous life. Born …Read more

  6. “Tiggers don’t like honey.”

    “Tiggers don’t like honey.” 1961

    £47,500

    Signed and dated in ink lower right by Shepherd, 1961 and inscribed by Shepard lower middle “Tiggers don’t like honey”. This image was first used for The House at Pooh Corner, first published in 1928, page 23. “Tigger took a large mouthful of honey … …Read more

  7. A Happy Pair.

    A Happy Pair. [1890]

    £30,000

    First edition of the first book illustrated by Beatrix Potter. Extremely scarce, with just five copies traced institutionally, it features six of her illustrations accompanying a set of six poems by Frederic E. Weatherly (best known as the author of the lyrics for “Danny Boy”). …Read more

  8. Original drawing, “The River”, from David Copperfield.

    Original drawing, “The River”, from David Copperfield. [1850 or after]

    £1,850

    Hablot Knight Browne (1815–1882) is the illustrator most closely associated with Dickens: he even changed his pseudonym to Phiz to harmonize with Dickens’s Boz. His achievement in rescuing the ill-fated images for Pickwick Papers established his reputation, and he continued to illustrate the majority of …Read more

  9. Watership Down.

    Watership Down. 1976

    £1,500

    First illustrated edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author and illustrator on the verso of the half-title: “yours sincerely, Richard Adams & John Lawrence”. Initially turned down by all major publishing houses, Watership Down was finally issued by Rex Collings in 1972; sales were over …Read more

  10. Kooloo – Lahoul – Chumba:

    Kooloo – Lahoul – Chumba: 1871-3

    £14,500

    Superbly vivid pictorial record of travels through the Himalayan regions of the Punjab, now the state of Himachal Pradesh. Harcourt’s journey took him from present-day Kullu to Killar between the 2 to the 30 of September 1871; he then later visited to the hill station …Read more

  11. Original watercolour view of the coast of Jamaica with the Blue Mountains in the background and two fishing boats in the foreground.

    Original watercolour view of the coast of Jamaica with the Blue Mountains in the background and two fishing boats in the foreground. 1831

    £1,500

    A highly evocative watercolour view of the Jamaican coastline with the famed Blue Mountains, the longest mountain range of the island, in the background. Sir James Alexander, the artist, noted the grandeur of this very scene in the published version of his travels: “After …Read more

  12. Original drawing,”Milk Has Gone Up in Price” [from Louis Wain’s Annual 1915].

    Original drawing,”Milk Has Gone Up in Price” [from Louis Wain’s Annual 1915]. [1915]

    £3,500

    Signed in pen lower left by Wain. Annotations in pencil to lower margin. An original drawing for the full-page illustration which appears on page 35 of Louis Wain’s Annual for 1915. Read more

  13. Pen and Ink Sketches of the Life of a “Griffin” in India.

    Pen and Ink Sketches of the Life of a “Griffin” in India. [c.1870]

    £2,250

    The misadventures of a newly-arrived “Griffin” or young military officer in India in the mid-nineteenth century – drunken sports in the Mess, misunderstandings of local customs, outflankings by native servants, all very good-humoured and self-deprecatory. Similar to Charles D’Oyly’s Tom Raw for the earlier part …Read more

  14. Original preliminary drawing for The Wonder City of Oz: “He gave Jenny a light pat on the head.”

    Original preliminary drawing for The Wonder City of Oz: “He gave Jenny a light pat on the head.” [c.1940]

    £2,950

    Original ink and pencil preliminary drawing of Jack Pumpkinhead and Jenny Jump for p.160 of The Wonder City of Oz (Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1940), the first Oz book written and illustrated by John R. Neill. With chapter reference in pencil along lower margin and …Read more

  15. Album of fourteen original watercolours taken on a trip from the Baltic to Russia and Persia.

    Album of fourteen original watercolours taken on a trip from the Baltic to Russia and Persia. 1869

    £4,500

    A excellent group of very well-executed, high quality amateur watercolour views by a mid-nineteenth-century English traveller to Russia, including an unusual series of views of the Volga cities – Nizhny Novgorod, Simbirsk, Samara and “Ouswan opposite Kazan on Volga” – Verkhny Uslon village, located directly …Read more

  16. Original ink drawing of a dog.

    Original ink drawing of a dog. [c.1899-1904]

    £1,250

    An original ink drawing by Rackham, depicting a barking dog. Read more

  17. Collection of 19 original watercolours of designs for lamps from the distinguished firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu.

    Collection of 19 original watercolours of designs for lamps from the distinguished firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu. [c. 1910]

    £3,750

    A very appealing assemblage of designs for twelve chandeliers, one tall floor lamp, three wall sconces and three table lamps, from the firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu, one of the leading manufacturers of bronze lighting in Belle Époque Paris; also present is a copy of the …Read more

  18. Only a Witch Can Fly.

    Only a Witch Can Fly. 2009

    £75

    First edition, first printing. Signed and dated by the illustrator on the title page, with an original ink drawing of a cat in a basket; laid in are a promotional postcard from the publisher and a set of eight stickers depicting scenes from the book. …Read more

  19. Feiffer’s Marriage Manual.

    Feiffer’s Marriage Manual. 1967

    £275

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed “To George, leader of the free world – God bless! Jules, 10 – 10 – 68” on the title-page, above an original pen-and-ink caricature by the artist. Read more

  20. [Original illustrated manuscript] “Giselle: A Romantic Ballet In Two Acts. Presented by Les Ballet St Trinian’s.”

    [Original illustrated manuscript] “Giselle: A Romantic Ballet In Two Acts. Presented by Les Ballet St Trinian’s.” [1956?]

    £17,500

    A fine comic manuscript, with eight large original drawings, showing Searle’s immortal naughty schoolgirls in a variety of scenes from a nightmarish production of the romantic ballet. The manuscript is unpublished and undated, but it was probably inspired by the Bolshoi’s legendary 1956 visit to …Read more

  21. Three original watercolour views of the coast of Arabian Peninsula near Aden and Suez.

    Three original watercolour views of the coast of Arabian Peninsula near Aden and Suez. 1878

    £1,500

    Three attractive watercolour views of Aden and Suez, with mountainous shorelines and dhows sailing in the foreground. Dated October 1878, the views were taken from the deck of “SS Sindh”, one of the elite steamers of the French “Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes” during the height …Read more

  22. The Frontiers of Baluchistan.

    The Frontiers of Baluchistan. 1909

    £2,250

    First edition, a fairly uncommon book, this copy accompanied by an atmospheric original watercolour by Tate, which is reproduced as a plate in the book, captioned “Nad Ali. The delta of Seistan from the Tell of Surhdik”. Fascinating account of the author’s travels on …Read more

  23. Portrait miniature on ivory.

    Portrait miniature on ivory. [c.1820]

    £950

    Neil Benjamin Edmonstone (1765-1841) was the youngest of the five sons of Sir Archibald Edmonstone, first baronet of Duntreath. Edmonstone was admitted to the East India Company as a writer, travelling out Calcutta in 1783. “He soon gained entry to the secretariat: he was made …Read more

  24. Six highly-finished pencil drawings in the guest-book for Werzer’s Gasthof “zum Weißes Rössl”.

    Six highly-finished pencil drawings in the guest-book for Werzer’s Gasthof “zum Weißes Rössl”. 1947

    £1,500

    The guest-book for Werzer’s famous Gasthof “zum Weißes Rössl” at Pörtschach am Wörthersee, now the home of the Brahms Haus Museum, containing six highly-finished pencil drawings by Alexander Pock: 1) Mounted officer, with New Year’s wishes for 1947, dated on 26 December 1946; 2) Bust-portrait …Read more

  25. Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor.

    Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor. 1945

    £2,250

    First procurable edition, as the original, published by Country Life in 1939, is of legendary scarcity; as explained on the jacket blurb of the present edition “the original edition of this book was published early in the war but destroyed by enemy action. The artist …Read more

  26. Pinocchio production cel of a Dutch milk maid from the”Give a Little Whistle sequence”.

    Pinocchio production cel of a Dutch milk maid from the”Give a Little Whistle sequence”. 1940

    £5,000

    An original Pinocchio production cel, with an early inscription. Blue pencil signature and inscription, “To Peggy Fox, from Walt Disney,” (possibly studio hand) on a brown 4.25 x 2 inch card affixed to the mat of an original production cel featuring a little Dutch milk …Read more

  27. Film Scene.

    Film Scene. [1960s]

    £200

    The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley’s work …Read more

  28. Lew Grade.

    Lew Grade. [1960s]

    £250

    An extraordinary Bentley cartoon, showing half-blind Lady Justice looking on in alarm as a large cigar-smoking man, a caricature of TV Impressario Lew Grade, is led onward in a dream by an enormous crocodile, to which he is chained at the wrist. The cartoons and …Read more

  29. “It’s the wife I’m worried about, not the car; that only 1900.”

    “It’s the wife I’m worried about, not the car; that only 1900.” 20 July 1960

    £200

    The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley’s work …Read more

  30. “Anstruther’s such a snob. Probably just guts-ache.”

    “Anstruther’s such a snob. Probably just guts-ache.” [c.1960s]

    £200

    A humorous Bentley skit on the school dinners. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement …Read more

  31. “Look, who’s rehersin’ this darned piece, you or me?”

    “Look, who’s rehersin’ this darned piece, you or me?” [c.1960s]

    £250

    The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley’s work …Read more

  32. “I didn’t never want me transport nationalized in the first place.”

    “I didn’t never want me transport nationalized in the first place.” [c.1960s]

    £250

    The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley’s work …Read more

  33. Sale.

    Sale. [c.1960s]

    £200

    A crowd of shopper cue demurely for a sale – a far cry from the Black Fridays of the 21st century. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. …Read more

  34. New boys.

    New boys. [1960s]

    £250

    A school bully looms superciliously over the Pakistani contingent of the new school intake. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and …Read more

  35. Karachi Immigrants.

    Karachi Immigrants. [1960s]

    £250

    A British policeman waits on the shore to accost three Pakistani men landing in a boat from Karachi. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though …Read more

  36. Military Command

    Military Command [1960s]

    £250

    A series of contemporary military caricatures. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the …Read more

  37. “Probably Jacques Soustelle in disguise.”

    “Probably Jacques Soustelle in disguise.” [1960s]

    £225

    Commuters on the underground, reading the newspaper headline “Clarissa Believed Seen in Paris”, remark that it is probably just Jacques Soustelle in disguise. Soustelle was an anthropologist and had been Governor General of Algeria, then Minister of State, but had disagreed with De Gaulle’s turn …Read more

  38. “Tell Her”

    “Tell Her” [1960s]

    £225

    In a crowd of 1960s youths, a stylish man loses his words before a beautiful young woman, as her trendy entourage look sceptically on. In the background a sign advertises Fred Williams and the Jewels Band, whose hit track “Tell Her” was released in 1969. …Read more

  39. “I don’t care about your politics, don’t let me catch you sitting here next Sunday.”

    “I don’t care about your politics, don’t let me catch you sitting here next Sunday.” [1960s]

    £225

    A policeman attempts to move on a destitute old veteran who is peddling art on the streets. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often …Read more

  40. Sticking it to the Man.

    Sticking it to the Man. [1960s]

    £200

    A hippy blows a defiant raspberry at the Establishment, represented by Judge, Priest, General (whited out), and Policeman. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though …Read more

  41. “I suppose Norman Hartnell is bound to be asked to design Sir Brian Robertson’s going-away outfit.”

    “I suppose Norman Hartnell is bound to be asked to design Sir Brian Robertson’s going-away outfit.” 12 March 1960

    £200

    Norman Hartnell was a famous British fashion designer, notable for designing Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation gown – General Sir Brian Robertson had a distinguished military career in both world wars, and had been since 1953 the Chairman of the British Transport Commission. The cartoons and …Read more

  42. “Believe it or not, they’ve gone and ordered clams!”

    “Believe it or not, they’ve gone and ordered clams!” 22 May 1959

    £200

    A restaurant waiter, coming out of a room designated for “Mr Herter’s Party”, tells his colleague “Believe it or not, they’ve gone and ordered clams!” Christian Herter had recently been appointed US Secretary of State. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part …Read more

  43. Tudor Scene.

    Tudor Scene. [c.1960s]

    £225

    A busy scene perhaps from Tudor England. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at …Read more

  44. Military Scene

    Military Scene [c.1960]

    £225

    A scene from the British command camp of the Crimean War, perhaps the general being informed about the decimation of the Light Brigade. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s …Read more

  45. Tea Scene.

    Tea Scene. [c.1960]

    £200

    A soldier looks expectantly over a tea table at an eccentric lady who appears to be communing with the spirits, a spoof of the surburban vogue for ouija boards and other occult practices. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the …Read more

  46. “Farmer George”

    “Farmer George” [c.1960s]

    £250

    A lively caricature of King George III planting a tree, dubbed “Farmer George” for his passionate interest in agriculture. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, …Read more

  47. Medical Scene

    Medical Scene [c.1960s]

    £225

    The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley’s work …Read more

  48. “Bevan and Delilah”

    “Bevan and Delilah” 18 March 1959

    £225

    A man at the record player asks his wife, “Now – how would you like ‘Softly Awakes my Heart’ from Saint-Saens’ Bevan and Delilah?”. Bentley’s cartoon draws parallels between Labour firebrand Aneurin Bevan (1897-1960) and the seemingly indomitable biblical hero Samson, who was betrayed by …Read more

  1. New Arrival
  2. A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.
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    DUVOISIN, Roger. DUVOISIN, Roger.

    A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.

    £1,350

  3. A Bloomsbury Evening.
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    KENNEDY, Richard. KENNEDY, Richard.

    A Bloomsbury Evening.

    £5,000

  4. Two albums compiled from an artist’s sketchbooks recording nearly 40 years of life in Algeria.
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    GIRARDOT, Alexandre Antoine. GIRARDOT, Alexandre Antoine.

    Two albums compiled from an artist’s sketchbooks recording nearly 40 years of life in Algeria.

    £95,000

  5. “Tiggers don’t like honey.”
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    (MILNE, A. A.) SHEPARD, E. H. (MILNE, A. A.)...

    “Tiggers don’t like honey.”

    £47,500

  6. Original drawing, “The River”, from David Copperfield.
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    (DICKENS, Charles.) BROWNE, Hablot Knight ("Phiz"). (DICKENS, Charles.) BROWNE,...

    Original drawing, “The River”, from David Copperfield.

    £1,850

  7. Watership Down.
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    ADAMS, Richard. ADAMS, Richard.

    Watership Down.

    £1,500

  8. Original watercolour view of the coast of Jamaica with the Blue Mountains in the background and two fishing boats in the foreground.
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    ALEXANDER, Sir James Edward. ALEXANDER, Sir James...

    Original watercolour view of the coast of Jamaica with the Blue Mountains in the background and two fishing boats in the foreground.

    £1,500

  9. Original drawing,”Milk Has Gone Up in Price” [from Louis Wain’s Annual 1915].
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    WAIN, Louis. WAIN, Louis.

    Original drawing,”Milk Has Gone Up in Price” [from Louis Wain’s Annual 1915].

    £3,500

  10. Pen and Ink Sketches of the Life of a “Griffin” in India.
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    DAVENPORT, Charles Talbot. DAVENPORT, Charles Talbot.

    Pen and Ink Sketches of the Life of a “Griffin” in India.

    £2,250

  11. Original preliminary drawing for The Wonder City of Oz: “He gave Jenny a light pat on the head.”
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    NEILL, John R. NEILL, John R.

    Original preliminary drawing for The Wonder City of Oz: “He gave Jenny a light pat on the head.”

    £2,950

  12. Album of fourteen original watercolours taken on a trip from the Baltic to Russia and Persia.
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    (RUSSIA, THE VOLGA, & THE CASPIAN.) (RUSSIA, THE VOLGA,...

    Album of fourteen original watercolours taken on a trip from the Baltic to Russia and Persia.

    £4,500

  13. Original ink drawing of a dog.
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    RACKHAM, Arthur RACKHAM, Arthur

    Original ink drawing of a dog.

    £1,250

  14. Collection of 19 original watercolours of designs for lamps from the distinguished firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu.
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    (BELLE ÉPOQUE LIGHTING DESIGNS.) (BELLE ÉPOQUE LIGHTING...

    Collection of 19 original watercolours of designs for lamps from the distinguished firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu.

    £3,750

  15. Only a Witch Can Fly.
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    MCGHEE, Alison. MCGHEE, Alison.

    Only a Witch Can Fly.

    £75

  16. Feiffer’s Marriage Manual.
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    FEIFFER, Jules. FEIFFER, Jules.

    Feiffer’s Marriage Manual.

    £275

  17. [Original illustrated manuscript] “Giselle: A Romantic Ballet In Two Acts. Presented by Les Ballet St Trinian’s.”
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    SEARLE, Ronald. SEARLE, Ronald.

    [Original illustrated manuscript] “Giselle: A Romantic Ballet In Two Acts. Presented by Les Ballet St Trinian’s.”

    £17,500

  18. Three original watercolour views of the coast of Arabian Peninsula near Aden and Suez.
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    DRUMMOND, Augusta. DRUMMOND, Augusta.

    Three original watercolour views of the coast of Arabian Peninsula near Aden and Suez.

    £1,500

  19. The Frontiers of Baluchistan.
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    TATE, George Passman. TATE, George Passman.

    The Frontiers of Baluchistan.

    £2,250

  20. Portrait miniature on ivory.
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    EDMONSTONE, Neil Benjamin. EDMONSTONE, Neil Benjamin.

    Portrait miniature on ivory.

    £950

  21. Six highly-finished pencil drawings in the guest-book for Werzer’s Gasthof “zum Weißes Rössl”.
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    POCK, Alexander. POCK, Alexander.

    Six highly-finished pencil drawings in the guest-book for Werzer’s Gasthof “zum Weißes Rössl”.

    £1,500

  22. Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor.
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    PEAKE, Mervyn. PEAKE, Mervyn.

    Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor.

    £2,250

  23. Pinocchio production cel of a Dutch milk maid from the”Give a Little Whistle sequence”.
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    DISNEY, Walt. DISNEY, Walt.

    Pinocchio production cel of a Dutch milk maid from the”Give a Little Whistle sequence”.

    £5,000

  24. “It’s the wife I’m worried about, not the car; that only 1900.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “It’s the wife I’m worried about, not the car; that only 1900.”

    £200

  25. “Anstruther’s such a snob. Probably just guts-ache.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Anstruther’s such a snob. Probably just guts-ache.”

    £200

  26. “Look, who’s rehersin’ this darned piece, you or me?”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Look, who’s rehersin’ this darned piece, you or me?”

    £250

  27. “I didn’t never want me transport nationalized in the first place.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “I didn’t never want me transport nationalized in the first place.”

    £250

  28. Karachi Immigrants.
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    Karachi Immigrants.

    £250

  29. Military Command
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    Military Command

    £250

  30. “Probably Jacques Soustelle in disguise.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Probably Jacques Soustelle in disguise.”

    £225

  31. “Tell Her”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Tell Her”

    £225

  32. “I don’t care about your politics, don’t let me catch you sitting here next Sunday.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “I don’t care about your politics, don’t let me catch you sitting here next Sunday.”

    £225

  33. Sticking it to the Man.
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    Sticking it to the Man.

    £200

  34. “I suppose Norman Hartnell is bound to be asked to design Sir Brian Robertson’s going-away outfit.”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “I suppose Norman Hartnell is bound to be asked to design Sir Brian Robertson’s going-away outfit.”

    £200

  35. “Believe it or not, they’ve gone and ordered clams!”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Believe it or not, they’ve gone and ordered clams!”

    £200

  36. Military Scene
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    Military Scene

    £225

  37. “Farmer George”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Farmer George”

    £250

  38. “Bevan and Delilah”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Bevan and Delilah”

    £225

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