Dame Nellie Melba: Undated 3-page lettersheet, written & signed by Melba (in London) '.... I am quite ready with Tosca but I must study the acting part so I am wondering if there is anyone in London who can show me the mise en scene....'; accompanied by an
Autographs: 'The Music of the Poets - The Musicians' Birthday Book' [London, 1908], with fabulous collection of 863 autographs, mostly musicians, noted Clara Butt, Noel Coward, Peter Dawson, Percy Grainger, Robert Helpmann, Gladys Moncrieff, Nellie Melba,
Dame Nellie Melba (1861-1931, Australian opera soprano, the first Australian to achieve international recognition in opera), display comprising lovely signed letter on letterhead with 'Nm' monogram, window mounted with photograph, framed & glazed, overall
Dame Nellie Melba: 1917 rare quarto programme for a Matinee at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, in aid of the State War Council's Amelioration Fund for Wounded soldiers and their Families, Tuesday, July 24, 1917. Particularly rare with the insert 'A Voice
Dame Nellie Melba, superb signed photograph of Nellie Melba as Ophelia, endorsed to artist Florence Rodway, 'Wishing You a Happy New Year 1911-1912', framed & glazed, overall 39 x 32 cm. Photograph with minor bends
Dame Nellie Melba (Australian opera soprano, 1861-1931), display comprising signature on piece, window mounted with picture, overall 30 x 42 cm. Plus P.G.Wodehouse (1881-1975, British humorist, songwriter & author), display comprising signature on piece, w
Dame Nellie Melba (Australian opera soprano, the first Australian to achieve international recognition in the form, 1861-1931), lovely signature on 1929 'Programme of Dame Nellie Melba's Grand Concert, at the Brighton Hippodrome, Saturday October 5th 1929
Signed photograph of Nellie Melba Dedicated to Mary Campbell, 1915 black and white portrait inscribed in black ink to lower border 'To Dear Mary Campbell From Nellie Melba, New York 1915', framed; a souvenir programme 'Farewell of Dame Nellie Melba, Royal
Nellie Melba/Buckingham Palace: 1889 elaborate programme 'Buckingham Palace, Friday Evening, 28th June, 1889', featuring a solo by made. Melba; and a qurtetto by Msedes Melba and Scalchi, Mr Barton McGuckin and Sig.Palermini.
Dame Nellie Melba (Australian soprano, the first Australian to achieve international recognition in the form, 1861-1931), lovely group with signature on autograph page; ticket to concert in Bairnsdale; 'Souvenir, grand opera Season, His Majesty's, Theatre,
1919-20 South Australia, team photograph by Melba Studios in Sydney, endorsed at top 'To Stork Hendry, one of the Best from S.A. Team 1919/20', and with 12 signatures including Algy Gehrs (Captain - rare), Victor Richardson & Arthur Richardson; and signed
1956 New Zealand Team, panoramic team photograph titled 'New Zealand 'Kiwis' Rugby League Touring Team, Australian Tour, 1956', with players names in image, produced by Melba of Sydney, framed, overall 110 x 28 cm.
Harry Cavanough's Newtown Cap, blue velvet, wire embroidered 'N.D.R.L.F.C/ (N in Shield)/ 50 C.M' on front, and with tassle on top, made by J. Pearson of Sydney, endorsed 'H. Cavanough' on label. '50 C.M' probably refers to 50 club matches (counting 1sts a
Dame Nellie Melba, superb signed photograph of Nellie Melba dated '1912', window mounted, overall 28 x 36 cm, together with scarce book 'The Saga of 'Melba's Own' - the Story of First Camberwell Central (Melba's Own) Scout Troop 1908-1968' by Roche (Melbou
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