WILLIAM FAVERSHAM SR. - AUTOGRAPH 1914 - HFSID 171774
WILLIAM FAVERSHAM. Signature: "Sincerely/William Faversham/1914", 6¾x5¼, irregularly cut. In the year he signed this autograph, Faversham starred in a revival of Othello (February) and The Hawk (September) on Broadway.
Sale Price $72.00
WILLIAM FAVERSHAM. Signature: "Sincerely/William Faversham/1914", 6¾x5¼, irregularly cut. In the year he signed this autograph, Faversham starred in a revival of Othello (February) and The Hawk (September) on Broadway. London-born stage and screen actor William Faversham (1868-1940) made his name on Broadway when he starred in the original production of The Importance of Being Earnest (1895). Faversham had made his debut on The Great White Way in 1887 (The Highest Bidder), and he would star in a long list of productions through 1931 (a revival of The Merchant of Venice). Faversham, who made his film debut in 1915, the year after he signed this autograph, appeared in several features, both silents and "talkies", through 1937. His film credits include The Sixth Commandment (1924), Mystery Woman (1935), Becky Sharp (1935), The Singing Buckaroo (1937) and Arizona Days (1937). Lightly creased with folds, vertical folds at the "W" of William and the second "a" in Faversham. Ink smudged at the "am" of William, stray ink mark at right margin. Lightly soiled, with show through of mounting remnants on verso. Overall, fine condition.
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