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Wilhelm Bodewin Gustav Keitel born on the 22nd of September 1882 executed on the 16th of October 1946. Wilhelm Keitel was a German field marshal (Generalfeldmarschall). As head of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (Supreme Command of the Armed Forces) and de facto war minister, he was one of Germany’s most senior military leaders during World Continue Reading

Wilhelm Keitel Signed Postcard

Black and white 9 x 14 cm vintage postcard of Wilhelm Keitel signed with a black fountain pen.  Wilhelm Bodewin Johann Gustav Keitel born 22 September 1882 – 16 October 1946, was a German field marshal.  As head of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (Supreme Command of the Armed Forces) and de facto war minister under Continue Reading

Will Genia Signed Photograph

Colour 10 x 15 cm head and shoulders photograph of Will Genia signed with a black felt tip pen.  Will Genia born 17 January 1988 is a Papua New Guinean-born, Australian professional rugby union player. He plays scrum-half for the Queensland Reds in the Super Rugby competition. He also plays for the Wallabies in international Continue Reading

Sepia 9 x 14 cm cabinet card of Willi Domgraf Fassbaender in costume from The Barber of Seville signed with a black fountain pen.  Signed mostly in the clear space on the photo, signature and the photo are in excellent condition.  Willi Domgraf Fassbaender born 19 February 1897 died 13 February 1978, was a German operatic Continue Reading

William Golding Signed Postcard

Colour 10 x 15 cm postcard signed by William Golding in black pen.  The postcard is a reproduction of the portrait in the National Portrait Gallery in London.  The painting by Adrian George (1986) depicts the writer William Golding.  Golding has hand signed the bottom of the card in black pen.  Signed in the clear Continue Reading

William Morris (1877-1963, born in Worcester, Britain) was a British automobile manufacturer who helped introduce mass production techniques to the British automobile industry. William Morris formed the Morris Motor Company in 1912; the company’s first car was the four-cylinder Oxford, called the Bullnose because of its round-topped radiator. The Morris Motor Company became the Nuffield Organisation in Continue Reading

Yehudi Menuhin Signed Letter

Typed signed letter by Yehudi Menuhin.  The letter is an anecdotal contribution by Menuhin to the Benny Greens, Book of Calamities.  The letter describes a calamity while playing in an impressive Roman amphitheatre near Haifa.  The facilities where very basic with sheets of canvas covering the sand, as they began to play a gust of Continue Reading

Yuri Gagarin Signed Picture

Black and white 140 mm x 185 mm picture of Yuri Gagarin signed and inscribed in black ink.  Yuri Gagarin was the first human in space Russian born Gagarin successfully orbited the earth  on the 12th of April 1961,  he died in 1968 when the MiG 15 he was flying crashed.  The picture is of Gagarin in Uniform Continue Reading