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HENRY BYRON "H. B." WARNER - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: A. V. BRAMBLE, CLAUDE KING, DON BRADMAN - HFSID 22082

Signatures of British actors H. B. Warner, A. V. Bramble and Claude King and Australian cricketer Don Bradman Signatures: "H B Warner", "Claude King", "Don Bradman" and "Alaich Bramble", all in pencil. Pencil notations near top right corner of mounting leaf in unknown hand.

Price: $240.00

Condition: Fine condition
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H. B. WARNER, A. V. BRAMBLE, CLAUDE KING and DON BRADMAN
Signatures of British actors H. B. Warner, A. V. Bramble and Claude King and Australian cricketer Don Bradman
Signatures: "H B Warner", "Claude King", "Don Bradman" and "Alaich Bramble", all in pencil. Pencil notations near top right corner of mounting leaf in unknown hand. 4x3 album leaf, mounted to a 6x4½ cardstock album leaf, both with rounded right edges. British actor HENRY BYRON (H.B.) WARNER (1876-1958) moved from the stage to starring roles in silent movies, most notably that of Jesus in DeMille's King of Kings (1927). In the talking era, Warner played supporting roles in many significant films, including A Tale of Two Cities, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, It's a Wonderful Life and Sunset Boulevard (as himself). He was nominated for an Oscar as Best Supporting Actor in Lost Horizon (1937). Warner (1876-1958) had made his first US stage appearance in 1905. British actor A. V. BRAMBLE (c. 1880-1963) got his start on stage before shifting to movies early in the silent era. He appeared in over 40 movies between 1914 and 1928, with his last appearance in Outcast of the Islands in 1952, and directed over 30 movies between 1915 and 1933. British actor CLAUDE KING (1875-1941) specialized in English aristocratic and gentlemanly roles, including Sir John Petrie in The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929). In all, he had over 130 movies to his credit, both billed and unbilled, between 1920 and 1941. Australian cricketer DON BRADMAN (1908-2001), often called "The Don", was one of the best batsmand of all time, with a Test batting average of 99.94. Competing professionally between 1928 and 1948, Bradman was so good that the English team reportedly devised Bodyline tactics specifically to stop him. He also captained the 1948 Australian cricket team, known as "the Invincibles", with a match record of 25 wins, 9 draws and no losses and a Test record of 4 wins, 1 draw and no losses. Lightly toned, foxed, soiled and creased. Mounting leaf is lightly bowed. Bramble's signature is lightly smudged in places but legible. Left edge of album leaf is perforated. Left edge of mounting leaf was neatly torn from album and has two binder holes. Adhesive residues on both leaves (not visible head-on). Otherwise in fine condition.

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