THEODORE VON ELTZ - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: KEN FARNES, R.E.S. "BOB" WYATT - HFSID 21976
THEODORE VON ELTZ, R.E.S. "BOB" WYATT, and KEN FARNES The American actor signs his name in pencil, with cricketers R.E.S. "Bob" Wyatt and Ken Farnes signing on the verso. Extremely rare! Signatures: "Theodore von Eltz", "R.E.S. Wyatt", "K Farnes", in pencil, 6¼x4½. 2 unidentified signatures on verso.
Sale Price $234.00
THEODORE VON ELTZ, R.E.S. "BOB" WYATT, and KEN FARNES
The American actor signs his name in pencil, with cricketers R.E.S. "Bob" Wyatt and Ken Farnes signing on the verso. Extremely rare!
Signatures: "Theodore von Eltz", "R.E.S. Wyatt", "K Farnes", in pencil, 6¼x4½. 2 unidentified signatures on verso. American actor THEODORE VON ELTZ (1893-1964) made his debut on stage in Broadway productions like Children of Earth (1915) and Rio Grande (1916), but found more success as a film actor, appearing in over 200 film roles in his 35 years. Early in his career, Von Eltz was utilized as a handsome lover in films like The Speed Girl (1921) and Fourteenth Lover (1922). Once sound films began to rise in popularity, the actor was cast often as a villain, remembered in films like Bright Eyes (1934) and Red-Haired Alibi (1932). By the 1950's, Von Eltz has switched to television, but only appeared on series shortly before retiring from acting in 1957. R.E.S. "BOB" WYATT (1901-1995) was an English cricket player, playing for Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and the English cricket team. He made his first-class cricket debut in 1923, but did not make his Test debut until 1927. In 1930, he was named Wisden Cricketer of the Year. His career was marked by several injuries, most famously breaking his jaw in four places after being hit during a match in Jamaica. English cricketer Ken Farnes (1911-1941) made his first class debut in 1930 at 19 years old, playing throughout the 1930's for Essex and Gentlemen, among others. He was named Wisden cricketer of the year in 1939, leaving cricket soon after to enlist in the Royal Air Force in World War II. He perished in an airplane crash in 1941 during a night-flying exercise. Light surface creases. Binding holes on left. Lightly toned on outer margins. Otherwise, fine condition.
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