30 November 2007
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The Doors/Jim Morrison
An untitled hand-written poem or lyrics for an unreleased song in Jim Morrison's hand in black felt pen on a sheet of lined notepaper, circa 1970, 17 lines in 3 verses beginning She's the queen of the red blue jeans She's the girl in the magazines She is hooked on meth-o-dine Nothing's exacktly [sic] what it seems..., the final verse beginning She's the girl who went away (2) She went to the pharmacist & bought some pills they used to be legal but now they're ill gotten gains please, please, please, please rain...1p.
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Offered on 6 December in London, Anthony van Dyck’s Portrait of Princess Mary, Daughter of King Charles I of England