The ball is in very good condition with no significant wear.
First edition first print hardback of The autobiography, published by Odhams Press in 1954. Includes two photographic images (possibly cut out of a book) signed by Wolfit laid inside the book. Previous owner name and date to front endpaper.
A vinyl LP bearing Sinatra's autograph on the label. Authentic collector's item signed by Frank Sinatra. The signature was obtained in person during a concert Sinatra gave in London in May 1992. Comes with a letter of authenticity
Alan Shearer Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black pen.
Amir Khan Autographed Golf Glove. Very slightly faded signature in black pen.
Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black felt pen.
Boris Johnson Autographed Golf Glove. Signed when he was the Mayor of London.
Clear signature in black pen.
David Cameron Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in blue pen.
Jonny Wilkinson Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black pen, with accompanying inscription: "Supporting Silloth RFC"
Kevin Keegan Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black pen.
Paul Weller Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black pen.
Darts legend Phil 'The Power' Taylor Autographed Golf Glove. Clear signature in black pen.
Limited Edition Isle of Man Post Office Official Cover. Stamped at Douglas on 1st January 2001, this is Number 1889, Signed by Arthur C. Clarke.
Limited deluxe hardback edition produced by The General Inaugural Committee in 1941. Signed by Joseph E. Davies, Chairman of the Committee. Number 396 of this limited edition. This copy was presented to Captain H. G. Copeland and he has written a long inscription on the front endpaper dated February 5th 1941.
17th issue of the comic published by Eclipse Comics in 1990. Signed by Gaiman on the front page.
A glossy programme of the London Palladium production featuring Rudolf Nureyev with the Ballet Theatre Francais. The production ran from Monday 24th to Saturday 29th August 1987. The programme has been signed by Rudolf Nureyev, Sophie Marquet and Philippe Anota
A glossy programme of the Liverpool Playhouse production. Signed by Eric Sykes, Paul Darrow (Avon in Blake's Seven), Bruce Montague, Christopher Beeny, Robin Lermitte, Joanna Kanska, Norman Rossington and Willy Russell