International Autograph Auctions

IAA Ltd was established in 2005 and quickly gained the reputation of being Britain’s leading specialist auctioneers of autograph letters, signed photographs and historical documents.

As well as selling many individual lots, IAA Ltd also honoured to sell collections from £10,000 to £250,000. The application of expertise in presenting practical and realistic estimates continues to contribute towards the successful sale rate of 85-95% of lots, a figure that considerably exceeds the industry norm.

IAA have also become widely known for their expeditious settlement terms which, once again, are amongst the most prompt and considerably better than many other auction houses.

The auction house's global client base continues to expand as a result of IAA's reputation, complemented by international media coverage of some of the fascinating autograph collections featured in our auctions.

Clients have complimented IAA on not only their professionalism but also friendly, dynamic and enthusiastic approach in providing a total service including expertise second to none.

IAA Ltd are members of PADA, The Manuscript Society and the UACC.

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ACTORS: Selection of signed album pages and pieces
ACTORS: Selection of signed album pages and pieces by various film actors comprising Gary Cooper (signature faded), John Gielgud, Rex Harrison and Jack Hawkins. All are individually matted beneath photographs of the actors and framed and glazed to various sizes. Generally VG, 4 International Autograph Auctions
BOOTH WILLIAM: (1829-1912) British Methodist Preacher, founder and
BOOTH WILLIAM: (1829-1912) British Methodist Preacher, founder and General of The Salvation Army. A fine A.Q.S., William Booth, one page, oblong 8vo, n.p., 20th August 1907. In bold, dark fountain pen ink Booth has penned a religious statement, in full, 'Live to please God and do good, and surely your peace here & your happiness hereafter shall be certain as the throne of Jehovah'. Signed and dated by Booth immediately beneath the quotation. Attractively matted in burgundy above a printed transcript of the quotation and framed and glazed in a decorative metallic frame to an overall size of 10 x 8. Scarce in this form. Some very light, extremely minor age wear, VG International Autograph Auctions
JOYCE JAMES: (1882-1941) Irish Novelist. A.L.S.
JOYCE JAMES: (1882-1941) Irish Novelist. A.L.S., with his initials J.J., on one side of a picture postcard depicting the Lur-Blowers at the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen, n.p. (Copenhagen), 5th September 1936, to Kai Fritz Moller. Joyce writes, in full, 'Has there perhaps been a misunderstanding. We waited again today till 1pm as told to do. I thank you for the two little books which I have already begun to read with great pleasure. Sincerely yours J.J.' A postal cancellation very slightly affects a few words of text. Rare. VG International Autograph Auctions
BATTLE OF BRITAIN: A colour 32 x 24 Limited Edition print en
BATTLE OF BRITAIN: A colour 32 x 24 Limited Edition print entitled A Time for Heroes by artist Robert Taylor, the image depicting Spitfires of 234 Squadron returning after combat during the Battle of Britain, individually signed in bold pencil to the lower border by the artist and over twenty Battle of Britain pilots etc., including Benjamin Bent, Robert Doe, Joseph Chamberlain, Billy Drake, Jack Hodges, Terence Kane, George Unwin, Tom Neil, Robin Lucas, Richard Jones, Byron Duckenfield, Tom Dalton-Morgan etc., and also including the signature of singer Vera Lynn. Number 227 of 500 and accompanied by the Certificate of Authenticity issued by the Military Gallery. VG""" International Autograph Auctions
ENGLAND FOOTBALL: A blue painted wooden seat back removed from Wembley Sta
ENGLAND FOOTBALL: A blue painted wooden seat back removed from Wembley Stadium, the seat back measuring approximately 16 x 9.5 and with the white painted number 37 at the centre of the top edge, individually signed by the England footballers Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, both members of England's World Cup winning team of 1966. Both have signed with their names alone in black inks. Attractively mounted and with a pale blue and cream matt featuring four different images from the World Cup final of 1966 and an official printed 8vo certificate of authenticity signed by the Director of Finance of Wembley Stadium and stating, in part, 'the accompanying piece is one of...[the]...original Wembley Stadium seat backs which were removed on Saturday, 6th October 2002. These historic seats were installed in advance of the World Cup finals in 1966 and remained in place for every event up to the stadiums closure in....2000'. Numbered 837 of 2000. Framed and glazed in a plain black wooden box frame to an overall size of 27.5 x 30.5. Some light age wear to the seat back and slight chipping to the paint, generally VG International Autograph Auctions
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