International Autograph Auctions

IAA Ltd wurde 2005 gegründet und hat sich schnell einen Namen als führendes britisches Fachauktionshaus für handschriftliche Briefe, signierte Fotografien und historische Dokumente gemacht.

Neben der Versteigerung vieler einzelner Lose ist IAA Ltd auch stolz darauf, Sammlungen mit einem Wert von 10.000 - 250.000 Britischen Pfund zu versteigern. Dass wir beim Vorlegen praktischer und realistischer Schätzungen auf unsere umfassende Expertise zurückgreifen können, trägt zu unserer erfolgreichen Versteigerungsrate von 85-95 Prozent aller Lose bei. Diese Prozentzahl liegt weit über der Branchennorm.

IAA ist außerdem weithin für seine zügigen Zahlungsbedingungen bekannt, die ebenfalls zu den schnellsten der Branche gehören und sehr viel vorteilhafter sind als die vieler anderer Auktionshäuser.

Die globale Kundschaft des Auktionshauses wächst stetig, was zum Teil dem guten Ruf von IAA zu verdanken ist, und zum Teil der internationalen Medienberichterstattung über einige der faszinierenden Autografensammlungen, die auf unseren Auktionen versteigert wurden.

Kunden schätzen IAA nicht nur wegen der Professionalität des Unternehmens, sondern auch wegen seiner freundlichen, dynamischen und engagierten Art und Weise, auf Basis seiner einzigartigen Expertise einen Rundumservice zu bieten.

IAA Ltd ist Mitglied von PADA, The Manuscript Society und UACC.

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PRIESTLEY JOSEPH: (1733-1804) English Chemist and
PRIESTLEY JOSEPH: (1733-1804) English Chemist and Clergyman, credited with the discovery of oxygen. Rare D.S., Joseph Priestley, one page, slim oblong 12mo, n.p., 3rd April 1770. The document, entirely in Priestley's hand, is a receipt issued to Mr. Johnson, a bookseller, for the sum of four shillings on account. Some foxing and neatly laid down, about VG The present receipt was almost undoubtedly issued to Joseph Johnson (1738-1809) English Bookseller and Publisher, a close friend of Priestley. The two men met each year in London for consultations and to attend meetings of the Royal Society. International Autograph Auctions
PAVLOVNA ANNA: (1795-1865) Queen Consort of the
PAVLOVNA ANNA: (1795-1865) Queen Consort of the Netherlands 1840-49. Daughter of Tsar Paul I of Russia. L.S., Anna, one page, Buitenrust, 12th April 1862, to Prince [Orloff], in French. Pavlovna writes concerning some letters she had written to Countess Orloff Tschesmenski, and thanks the Prince for his kind attentions and friendly lines, adding that she will retain a warm souvenir of her time with the Countess and 'the care she took keeping my letters as a proof of the feelings she had for me'. With blank integral leaf. Some very light age wear and small worm holes to the left edge, not affecting the text or signature, about VG €315-440 International Autograph Auctions
FALK PETER: (1927-2011) American Actor, remembered
FALK PETER: (1927-2011) American Actor, remembered for his role as Lieutenant Columbo in the American detective television series Columbo. Signed colour 8 x 10 photograph of Falk in a characteristic three quarter length pose in costume as Columbo and holding a cigar in one hand. Signed in bold blue ink with his name alone to a light area at the centre of the image. Authentic signed photographs of Falk are surprisingly scarce. EX International Autograph Auctions
DETAILLE ÉDOUARD: (1848-1912) French Artist
DETAILLE ÉDOUARD: (1848-1912) French Artist, regarded as the 'semi-official artist of the French army'. An original 3½ x 4 pen and ink sketch drawing depicting studies of a cavalry officer upon a horse and three other military personnel, one appearing to be a Cossack. Signed ('Édouard Detaille') in fountain pen ink to the lower left corner. Framed and glazed in a vintage wooden frame to an overall size of 6 x 6½. G International Autograph Auctions
MOMORO ANTOINE-FRANÇOIS: (1756-1794) French Printer, Bookseller and Politic
MOMORO ANTOINE-FRANÇOIS: (1756-1794) French Printer, Bookseller and Politician during the French Revolution. Momoro is the originator of the French Republic motto `Liberté-Egalité-Fraternité´. Guillotined. A rare L.S., Momoro, one page, small 4to, Paris, 15th January 1794, to the President of the Electoral Assembly, in French. Momoro accepts his correspondent's proposal to become a member of the Electoral Assembly and states `I have forwarded to the General Prosecutor my acceptance to the post of member of the department. I inform the Electoral Assembly about this and report that I will not be able to attend the assembly meeting today.´ Countersigned at the foot by citizen Leblanc (in whose hand the text of the letter is written) who also accepts the appointment. A boldly penned and attractive letter. Some extremely minor age wear to the edges, VG Momoro was condemned to death by the Revolutionary Tribunal and guillotined at the young age of 37 on 24th March 1794, a little over two months after the present letter was written. Upon hearing the sentence of the Revolutionary Tribunal Momoro loudly responded `You accuse me, who has given everything for the Revolution! ´ Somewhat forgotten today by historians, Momoro was, however, an important figure in the Cordeliers Club and in Hébertisme. As the originator of the phrase Unité, Indivisibilité de la République; Liberté-Egalité-Fraternité ou la mort', one of the mottos of the French Republic, his contribution to French history is in no doubt. International Autograph Auctions
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