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Napoleon Bonaparte (Napoleon I, Emperor of France): Attractive signature on double sided letter from Napoleon at St Cloud, dated 10 June 1806, to his step-son, Prince Eugene de Beauharnais, the Viceroy of Italy. Nicely framed in glazed display. 84 x 68 cm

Autograph Book, c1910-30s, with c24 signatures including Charles Kingsford Smith, General William Birdwood (Commander of Anzac Forces during Gallipoli Campaign) & Lord Kitchener.

Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British Prime Minister 1940-45 & 1951-55, an early hand written letter and signature, dated 3.7.00, Cape town to Sir Frederick Forestier-Walker, the General Officer Commanding Cape Colony. The letter was written when Churchill

A lot of pictures to include a signed autograph of Mary Pickford

Framed photograph and letter, from Louis Napoleon. Signed. 13.5 x 11 cm. Provenance: Barry Jones.

A framed Royal Commissions ATC, six pages to Donald Gerald Stewart and dated 28 March 1983, signed by the Prime Minister Bob Hawke and the Governor General Sir Ninian Martin Stephen. 58 x 85 cm

Duke of Wellington: Arthur Wellesley [1769-1852] autograph letter sheet in the third person 'Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington requests Mr. W. Shankey will avail himself of the earliest opportunity to purchase for him 100 pounds of Black Tea; and twenty

Nancy Wake: Strong pen autograph and dedication on title page of her autobiography 'The White Mouse' [Australian Large Print Edition, 1987]; also, 'The Man from Oodnadatta' by R. B. Plowman (signed by the author); and 'Hounds are Running' by Heather B. Ron

William Pitt (The Younger) [1759-1806] Prime Minister of Great Britain 1783-1801, 1804-06: Letter sheet dated 27th April 1794 and headed 'Downing Street' sent to John Hatsell, Chief Clerk of the House of Commons, relating to the parliamentary procedure fro

Lord Nelson On Board the Victory: Autographed letter sheet [1 page] dated 'Victory at Toulon Aug 't 22nd: 1803' and signed 'Nelson & Bronte', addressed to the Marchioness of Buckingham informing her 'with the sincerest sorrow' that her godson, Lt. Salter '

Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, [1887 - 1976], nicknamed 'Monty': autographed letter sheet dated 30 Oct.1953 in which he requests a copy of Churchill's forthcoming publication on the second World War. Attractively mounted and fr

John Montagu, Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-92): Autographed letter sheet datelined at the 'Hague, Nov.4 1747'. Montagu became First Lord of the Admiralty in 1748 and was a patron & friend of Captain James Cook. Perhaps best known as the 'inventor' of the

Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay & 1953 British Everest Expedition: Autograph page with 10 signatures of expedition members laid down on both sides - Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay, expedition leader John Hunt, Charles Wylie, Michael Westmacolt, George Lowe,

Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, The Duke of Windsor, who abdicated in 1936 to marry Wallis Simpson) [1894-1972]: two-sided autographed letter sheet signed 'Edward P[rince]' and date-lined 'H.M.S.Renown at sea', 30th Nov.1919. Edward is wri

Sir Anthony Eden (First Earl of Avon) [1897-1977] Churchill's Foreign Secretary, 1940-45, Prime Minister, 1955-57: Dec.18th, 1957 autographed two-page letter, signed 'Anthony', to Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook, in which he makes reference to on-going N.A.T.

Winston Churchill: 28 Oct.1926 autographed letter sheet headed 11 Downing Street, while Churchill was Chancellor of the Exchequer in Stanley Baldwin's government. The letter, to his close friend, James Louis Garvin, is a request for him to proof read the l

British Prime Ministers: Benjamin Disraeli (1804-81, twice British Prime Minister 1868 & 1874-80) signature 'Beaconsfield' on piece, window mounted with picture.

A letter from Sir Winston Churchill, 1945 written on house of Commons stationary and contained within original envelope dated 1945

Australian Prime Ministers Collection, with ephemera, photographs, newspapers; plus signed letters/documents/pieces including Stanley Bruce, Joseph Lyons, Enid Lyons, Earle Page, Robert Menzies (2), Arthur Fadden (2), Ben Chifley, John McEwen, Bob Hawke &

Lord Melbourne & Queen Adelaide: Lord Melbourne (British Prime Minister) signature 'Melbourne' on 1836 Free front; plus Queen Adelaide (Queen consort of William IV) signature on Biblical text written by the Queen on lace-edged card. [The cities of Melbourn

John Hope, 7th Earl of Hopetoun (1st Governor-General of Australia, & 8th Governor of Victoria): Faint signature on 1892 vellum document appointing Robert Crammond Liddle an Officer in the Victorian Naval Forces. Together with a Certificate from Victorian

Australian Governors-General: Complete collection of Australia's first 25 Governors-General from 1901 Federation (Earl of Hopeton) to 2014 (Quentin Bryce). Includes documents, letters & pieces; some accompanying photographs; signatures of spouses; plus NSW

Australian Prime Ministers: Malcolm Fraser on 'Prime Minister' letterhead; Bob Hawke signed photograph; Paul Keating on 'Treasurer' letterhead; John Howard on 'Prime Minister' letterhead; Kevin Rudd on 'Prime Minister' letterhead; Julia Gillard on page; To

Gough Whitlam (Australia's 21st Prime Minister), nice bold signature on 8th Sept.1971 letter on 'Leader of the Opposition, Canberra' letterhead.

William McMAHON (1908-88, Australia's 20th Prime Minister), signature on 24th Nov.1972 letter on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead.

John Gorton (1911-2000, Australia's 19th Prime Minister), signature on letter dated 14th Oct.1969 (regarding teaching staff in high schools) on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead.

Sir John McEWEN (1900-80, 18th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 25th Jan.1971 letter (regarding forthcoming trip to New Zealand), on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead.

Harold Holt (1908-67, 17th Prime Minister of Australia, whose term as Prime Minister dramatically ended in December 1967 when he disappeared while swimming at Cheviot Beach near Portsea and was presumed drowned), superb signature on letter dated 21st Dec.

Ben Chifley (1885-1951, 16th Prime Minister of Australia), bold signature on 10th Mar.1949 letter on 'Commonwealth of Australia, Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead; plus another signed letter dated 26 Sep.1946 (plain letterhead) with original envelope.

Ben Chifley (1885-1951, 16th Prime Minister of Australia), bold signature on 1st Apr.1946 letter on 'Commonwealth of Australia, Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead, thanking a US couple for the hospitality they extended to Australian servicemen during the

Frank Forde (1890-1983, 15th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 1946 (1st May) Introduction Letter on 'Commonwealth of Australia/ Prime Minister' letterhead.

John Curtin (1885-1945, 14th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 1943 (14th July) Introduction Letter on 'Commonwealth of Australia/ Prime Minister' letterhead.

Sir Arthur Fadden (1895-1973, 13th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 14th July 1953 letter on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead.

Sir Robert Menzies (1894-1977, 12th Prime Minister of Australia), signature on 30th Jan.1950 letter on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead, handstamped 'Secret', regarding radio transmissions in Russian direct from Australia.

Sir Robert Menzies (1894-1977, 12th Prime Minister of Australia), signature on 29th June 1940 letter on 'Prime Minister' letterhead.

Earle Page (1880-1961, 11th Prime Minister of Australia), signed letter dated 30th March 1937 on 'Commonwealth of Australia, Prime Minister' letterhead.

Joseph Lyons (1879-1939, 10th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 18th Jan.1937 letter on 'Prime Minister, Canberra' letterhead (Canberra crossed out, & 'Devonport, Tasmania' typed in), appointing Lieutenant Colonel Cyril Hughes as Trade Commis

Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) Interior Norman Lindsay Gallery, Springwood, silver gelatin photograph signed and dated Michael Langtree 46 lower left, signed Norman Lindsay lower right on the mount19 x 19 cm. And a photographical print of the First J. J. Hilde

James Scullin (1876-1953, 9th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 'Prime Minister' notepaper (minor tone spots though signature fine); together with b/w photograph of Scullin from the State Library of NSW image library.

Stanley Bruce (1883-1967, 8th Prime Minister of Australia), nice signature on 4-page letter on 'Prime Minister' letterhead dated Dec.21 1926 regarding war graves in the Middle East & Sir Neville Howse (Bruce's Minister for Defence & the first Australian to