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15049. Bennett, Tony. (b. 1926).
Signed Photograph

Extraordinary early original Character Arts of Ohio photograph of the legendary American crooner, shown at a 1952 high school stage appearance before a rapt audience of teenage girls, inscribed to the photographer Nat Singerman: "To Nat! The Best, Tony Bennett." Slight curling, but overall in very fine condition. 10 x 8 inches (25.5 x 20.5 cm). Read More...

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15053. Bennett, Tony. (b. 1926).
Signed Photograph

Extraordinary early original Character Arts of Ohio photograph of the legendary American crooner, shown taking the microphone from Cleveland DJ Bill Randall at a 1952 high school stage appearance before a rapt audience of teenage girls, inscribed to the photographer Nat Singerman: "To Nat! The Best! Tony Bennett." Slightly curled, but overall in very fine condition. 10 x 8 inches (25.3 x 20.5 cm). Read More...

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15054. Bennett, Tony. (b. 1926).
Signed Photograph

Extraordinary early original Character Arts of Ohio photograph of the legendary American crooner, shown at a 1952 high school stage appearance before a rapt audience of teenage girls, inscribed to the photographer Nat Singerman: "To Nat, Best Wishes /  Tony Bennett." Slightly curled with one area of slight soiling at the upper margin; overall in fine condition. 10 x 8 inches (25.3 x 20.5 cm). Read More...

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15052. Bennett, Tony. (b. 1926) [Singerman, Nat.].
Early Signed Photograph

Extraordinary early original Character Arts of Ohio photograph of the legendary American crooner, shown taking the microphone from Cleveland DJ Bill Randall at a 1952 high school stage appearance before a rapt audience of teenage girls, inscribed to the photographer Nat Singerman: "To Nat, You're the Greatest! Tony Bennett." Slightly curled, with a small pen mark in the upper right margin, but overall in fine condition. 10 x 8 inches. Read More...

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1394. Benny, Jack. (1894-1974).
Hilarious Photograph

A comic photograph of the great entertainer with curls and knickers taking a fiddle lesson. 12.5 X 18.5 cms.

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12945. Benny, Jack. (1894-1974) [Stern, Isaac. (1920–2001)] [Borge, Victor. (1909–2000)] [Davis Jr., Sammy. (1925–1990)].
Four Original Photographs, including with Isaac Stern, Sammy Davis and Victor Borge

Four original press photographs of the great entertainer, as follows: Read More...

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AMQS from the German-born Austrian composer, a student of Schoenberg and Berg whose music was described as "degenerate" by the Nazis but who lived in Vienna until his death. Two detailed measures marked "Grave" from his "Hippokrates," with the text "Ars longa, vita brevis!" signed and dated 1966. On paper mounted to card, 8 x 13 cm. Fine. Read More...

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17579. Bergen, Edgar. (1903–1978) & Condon, Richard. (1915–1996).
Autograph Signature with Two Drawings

Autograph signature from the famed American actor and ventriloquist, who has signed "Edgar Bergen and Charlie" alongside two drawings of his dummies Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd.  The sheet has also been signed below by Manchurian Candidate author Richard Condon and two others.  Moderate toning along the margins, unevenly clipped and several small pencil marks, but in otherwise fine condition.  9.75 x 3.75 inches (24.8 x 9.5 cm.).

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2198. Berger, Arthur. (1912-2003).
Ideas of Order

Boston: 1952. First edition. Vintage oversize dyeline full orchestral score, 13 x 17 inches. 66 pp. Dedicated to Dimitri Mitropoulos. Read More...

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11230. Berger, Francesco. (1834 - 1933).
Autograph Signature

Autograph signature of the English-born pianist and composer of Italian parentage, who studied with Moscheles, was a close friend of Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins and who is mostly remembered as the untiring honorary secretary of the Philharmonic Society for twenty seven years, where he oversaw the introduction of many new works including by Elgar and Mackenzie and on several occasions brought Tchaikovsky over to conduct his own works. "Francesco Berger / aged 98" on a small card dated July, 1932, 8 x 5.5 cm, tipped to a larger page inscribed in another hand "With compliments" and baring his London address. A rare signature.

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6786. Bergman, Ingrid. (1915–1982) [Honegger, Arthur. (1892–1955)].
Signed Photograph and Original Photographs in "Jeanne au bucher."

An interesting series of original Atlantic Press of Paris photographs of the original 1954 Paris production of "Jeanne au bucher." Each 18.5 x 24 cm and all in very fine condition. The collection includes three images of Bergman in the title role, one of which she has boldly signed in blue ink. The fourth image shows her in costume during the rehearsal period, seated together with the director Roberto Rossellini, the composer Arthur Honegger, and the writer Paul Claudel. Read More...

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21010. Bergsma, William. (1921-1994).
Typed Letter Signed regarding his listening habits.

Typed letter signed from the American composer and teacher, responding to a letter from an admirer.  8/3/91; 1 p. on A4 personal stationary.  In full, "Dear Mr. Juscik: / Writing music is absorbing and exhausting.  So is listening to it. / There is only so much time. / That, rather than 'being influenced by' other music—if you can be influenced, steal the influence and absorb it—limits my listening. / Sincerely, [signature]."  Pair of horizontal mailing folds, overall in fine condition. Read More...

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20398. Beriosova, Svetlana. (1932–1998).
"Les biches" - Signed Photograph

Signed Royal Ballet doubleweight photograph of the prima ballerina in costume as the Hostess for a production of Poulenc's Les biches.  Royal Ballet stamp and printed caption to verso.  In fine condition.  7.25 x 9 inches (1.4 x 22.9 cm.). Read More...

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20406. Beriosova, Svetlana. (1932–1998).
Signed Photograph

Signed doubleweight portrait photograph of the prima ballerina who served in the company of the Royal Ballet for more than 20 years.  Light rippling to upper and lower margins, moderate ink adherence, else in fine condition.  8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm.). Read More...

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17101. Berle, Milton. (1908–2002).
Signed Waldorf-Astoria Wine List

Vintage wine list from the Waldorf-Astoria, ca. 1950, signed on the inside cover by the American comedian and actor Milton Berle and several others. Also included is a fragment of a mimeographed list of event guests, also signed by Berle on the verso. The wine list is of interest in itself, with a wide range of European vintages from the early 1930's to late 1940's. 7 pp. Very good. 5 x 7.75 inches (13 x 19.5 cm).

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17580. Berle, Milton. (1908–2002).
Signed Self-Portrait Sketch

Signed self-portrait caricature sketch from the American comedian and actor, who has depicted himself wearing a hat and smoking a cigarette. Berle has signed an "To Paul Carey / Best wishes!"  Minor crease to the upper right corner; in otherwise fine condition.  8 x 10 inches.

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16361. [Berlin Theater].
Original 1825 Berlin Theater Broadside

Original 1825 broadside from the Königstädtisches Theater in Berlin, advertising the plays Das Osterwasser by Julius Eberwein, Die Ehemänner als Junggesellen by Gaugiran-Nanteil, and Die Schneidermamsells, after Scribe with music by Louis Angely, to be performed on April 2, 1825. Light toning and foxing, mounted on card. Overall fine. 8 x 14 inches (20.5 x 35.8 cm).

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4501. Berlin, Irving. (1888-1989).
Original Photograph

Vintage photograph of Berlin filming "Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning," in "This Is the Army," where he recreated a role he had played in his World War I hit "Yip! Yip! Yaphank."  Edges nicked, one corner margin torn, otherwise fine.  8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm.). Read More...

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8164. Berlin, Irving. (1888-1989).
Autograph Signature

Vintage fountain pen signature from one of America’s greatest songwriters, signed "Irving Berlin” on an off-white card. Slightly toned, sold together with the original transmissal envelope. 5 x 3 inches.

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10031. Berlin, Irving. (1888-1989).
“Songs from Irving Berlin’s ‘Alexander’s Ragtime Band" - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY

Bound music book entitled, “Songs from Irving Berlin’s ‘Alexander’s Ragtime Band,’” 9 x 12, 180 pages, signed and inscribed on the second free end page, “To Phyllis Arthur, best wishes from Irving Berlin.” Autographic condition: fine, with some light toning and soiling to signed page. Brownish-grey paper covers with a cloth-covered spine; front sunned; creasing to edges (mostly at corners); spine-edges rubbed, with several tears in cloth; cloth at spine-tail folded up; slightly yellowed and soiled. In a very nice custom-made brown cloth-covered case with a black leather title piece and beautiful marbled paper lining.

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