Framed Signed Photograph: SEUSS, Dr. (1904 - 1991)

Framed Signed Photograph

SEUSS, Dr. (1904 - 1991)

Publication Date: 1970
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4 x 6-inch black-and-white photo of Seuss reclining on a sofa and sketching on a large clipboard -- no place, no date, circa 1970. Inscribed in a speech bubble, "Hi, Trish!" and signed "Dr. Seuss" just below and to the right. Float-mounted, matted in white, and set in black frame with tiny decorative gold dots measuring 8.75 x 10.75 inches. Fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 255317

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Title: Framed Signed Photograph
Publication Date: 1970
Binding: unbound
Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Published by Detroit nd (mid s) (1960)
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Book Description Detroit nd (mid s), 1960. Black painted wood frame w/glass, wire for hanging attached. Light wear, impression on lower right corner, appears that recipient wrote his name and Beck's on reverse, not examined out of frame. Photo shows Beck handing a council resolution to an older gentleman in her council office and wearing one of the wild hats she was known for. Mary V. Beck was the first woman elected to Detroit City Council, taking her seat in 1949 and later becoming council president. Photo is signed by both Beck and the recipient. Seller Inventory # 97-7507

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Sykes, Eric
Published by Fourth Estate, London (2005)
ISBN 10: 0007177844 ISBN 13: 9780007177844
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Book Description Fourth Estate, London, 2005. Hardback. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First edition, First Printing. NrF/NrF. First edition, first printing in d/w not price clipped. SIGNED BY ERIC SYKES, without dedication or inscription on front endpaper. TOGETHER WITH FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH AND SEPARATE AUTOGRAPH OF ERIC SYKES. Glass removed for safety in post. The photograph is 10.8 by 14.9 cms and is of a seated Sykes with a standing Hattie Jacques holding a cycle pump to Eric's head (!). Below there is a signature of Eric Sykes. The autobiography of Eric Sykes (1923-2012), who was an English radio and television comedian. With Index. D/w has a small circular 'Signed by the Aurhor' stcker on front panel; D/w has a short edge tear (9mm long); else a near fine copy, in a near fine d/w, of an UNCOMMON first edition, first printing SIGNED BY ERIC SYKES. D/w now protected in a detachable, non-adhesive, clear sheaf. HEAVY PLEASE CONTACT US ABOUT POSTAGE. MAY INCUR EXTRA POSTAGE. Signed by Eric Sykes. Seller Inventory # 16984

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Brooks, Rand
Published by np nd
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Book Description np nd. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Black and white, grey mat, 8 x 10", black metal frame 11 x 14". Frame has a few light scratches else very good condition. Stock headshot of Brooks as Charles Hamilton wearing a jacket, patterned vest and bowtie. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Attractive image. "Best always Rand Brooks 'Charles'". Seller Inventory # 99-9252

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Book Description Xena Warrior Princess N.D. Non-Book. Condition: Near Fine. Like new photograph, signed by Hudson Leick with bold sharpie, depicts Callisto as a pincushion full of arrows in her most menacing pose. The photo itself measures 8 by 10, mounted under clear plastic with name placque below. The overall mounting board measures 12 by 15 inches. Very slight wear at one corner of the board frame, otherwise like new. Seller Inventory # 21357

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Framed Signed & Inscribed in Blue Ink Best Wishes in Your Retirement Fernando Valenzuela )
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Book Description Unbound. No Jacket. SIGNED B/W Photograph, 8 X 10 inches, Small scuff Mark in White Margin not Bad at All, Fine- CONDITION, SIGNATURE GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 25373

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Book Description N/A, Noank, Connecticut, 2019. No Binding. Condition: New. N/A (illustrator). Noank, Connecticut: In 1614, the area was known as Nauyang (meaning "point of land") and was a summer camping ground of the Pequot people, but they were driven out in 1655 following the Pequot War. The land comprising Noank Peninsula was acquired by James Morgan through a lottery in 1712. The original settlement along Elm Street is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the houses and businesses date back to the 1840s. This village is extremely picturesque and can be described as quintessential New England. The image is not a print, but an 8x10 original photograph in a matted 15x12 frame. CONDITION: The photograph is 8x10, the frame is 15x12 and is in very good condition. No writings or markings except artist signature and date on the back of the photo. Seller Inventory # 000086

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Published by N/A, North Stonington, Connecticut (2019)
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Book Description N/A, North Stonington, Connecticut, 2019. No Binding. Condition: New. N/A (illustrator). rom Wikipedia: North Stonington, Connecticut: The first settlers to North Stonington were Ezekiel Main and Jeremiah Burch in 1667, who established settlements in the areas which became the village of North Stonington and Clark's Falls, respectively. Main was formerly of Massachusetts; he had served in King Philip's War and received a land grant in return for his military service. Burch had been a blacksmith in England before making the crossing to America and establishing a land stake. Other pioneers soon followed; families arrived during the 1670s and 1680s who formed the backbone of the town. They were the Mains, Miners, Wheelers, Browns, Palmers, Hewitts, and Averys, to name a few. Among those were John Swan and his family in 1707, for whom Swantown Road is named. For most of the 18th century, the town's inhabitants focused on carving out homesteads and farms from virgin forests. This was a slow, generations-long process, as pioneers girdled massive, centuries-old trees until they rotted and fell to the ground, and then began the difficult work of clearing ground and moving boulders. Roads began to be forged through the receding wilderness, beyond just cattle paths and old Pequot trails. Colonial surveyors in 1753 marked out the future route of the Pawcatuck-Voluntown Road (today is known as Route 49). One of those who worked on this project was 16-year-old Silas Deane, who later represented Connecticut during the First and Second Continental Congress and served briefly as one of the United States' first diplomats in France. In 1768, a weekly stagecoach was opened between Norwich, Connecticut and Providence, Rhode Island via North Stonington and Pawcatuck; this road became the Norwich-Westerly Road, today is known as Route 2. It is near the path of Route 2 and Route 49 this photograph was taken; located on the sites of one of Connecticut's first farms. Please email with any questions. CONDITION: The photograph is an 8x10, framed it is a 15z12. There are no writings or markings except the artists signature on the back and date. Seller Inventory # 000087

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Holt, Rick and Philip Trent
Published by np (1997)
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Book Description np, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Shaw-Tumblin Collection. Color photograph, 11 x 14", image is 5 x 7", gold colored metal frame. Light wear to frame else very good condition. Stock image showing Melanie and her son Beau sitting on the back steps of Tara talking to a soldier. Signed "Ric Holt Beau Wilkes" and "Philip Trent." Comes with printed color photograph of Philip Trent, James Tumblin and Ric Holt and the 90th birthday party for Philip Trent. Note below, in part "To commemorate this occasion, Mr. Trent and Mr. Holt have autographed a limited number of 100 color photographs of their scene together." No. 66/100. Seller Inventory # 99-9251

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Breker, Arno:
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Book Description Arno Breker, geboren am 19. Juli 1900 in Elberfeld; gestorben am 13. Februar 1991 in Düsseldorf. Fotografie in Schwarzweiss der Galerie Marco Edition, Paris. Von Arno Breker in Filzstift signiert. Gerahmt im grauen Holzrahmen. Nicht ausgerahmt. Maße Blatt: ca. 15 x 10,0 cm. Maße Rahmen: 36,5 x 32,0 cm. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Photography in b/w, signed by Arno Breker in felt pen. Behind grey wodden frame. Not framing out. Measure sheet: ca. 15,0 x 10,0 cm. Measure frame: 36,5 x 32,0 cm. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 58718BB

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Published by 1945 (1945)
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Book Description 1945, 1945. Photograph. Condition: Fine. Frame size: 13x 11" Fine Copy. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 42-307

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