London, South Kensington
30 October 1992
WINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL (1874-1965); CHARLES CHAPLIN (1889-1977); MARC CHAGALL (1889-1985)
A leaf of British Railways writing paper signed by Chagall (in purple crayon with sketch), Churchill and Chaplin, with the destinations 'Nottingham. London' printed at the margins, circa 1960, 10¼ x 7¾in.
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The vendor's father was a steward for British Railways at this time. It is assumed that he collected these autographs on different occasions.
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