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1963. GRAVES, Charles. Leather Armchairs. The chivas Regal Book of London clubs. With a Foreword by P.G. Wodehouse. Cassell. 1963.


£398


Royal 8vo. Rebound in half red morocco, spine with gilt ruled raised bands and gilt centre tools, top edges gilt; illustrated with drawings by Geoffrey S. Fletcher and 4 coloured photographs; a very nice copy.


First edition.


1964. ROLLING STONES Programme for magdalen college commemoration Ball, 22nd June 1964. Oxford: Holywell Press. 1964.


£500


Small pamphlet. original buff cover; with illustrations, inkmarks to back, very good.


Signed to front cover by Brian Jones and Bill Wyman. in the first flush of their great success after the release of the first, number 1 album in April 1964, The Rolling Stones found themselves playing at an oxford college ball alongside John Lee hooker, John mayall and the Blues Breakers, Johnny Dankworth and Freddie and the Dreamers. “it was less difficult finding someone who could recall the Rolling Stones playing magdalen college for £100 in 1964. once again The Falling Leaves were the support act. in fact, the Stones’ bass player, Bill Wyman, had to use one of the oxford band’s amplifiers because of a malfunction with their equipment... The organisers of magdalen college’s commemoration Ball secured the Stones at such a bargain rate because they had booked them the year before. To meet their contractual obligation Jagger and company had to interrupt an American tour and fly back from America.” (Reg Little,The Oxford Times, 15th october 2009). in any case, at least two of the Stones were obviously good-humoured enough to sign autographs, including Brian Jones, the doomed guitarist whose signature is scarce.


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1965. Terence Cuneo (1907-1996). Festiniog Railway in the centenary Year of Passenger Services. original lithograph in colours, published by British Rail, 1965. 1020 x 1720 mm.


£950


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