Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA

Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA

Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA
This is an autographed CD BOOKLET by Lady Gaga. This ” Joanne ” CD booklet was hand signed by. This is signed ” XOXO Joanne “. This is common for this CD. CD Booklet is autographed. COA from our company, 2Turntables as well. The item “Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA” is in sale since Tuesday, June 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Music\Rock & Pop\CDs & Booklets”. The seller is “georgejedson” and is located in Cottondale, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Philippines, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Turks and caicos islands, Montserrat, Ukraine.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Object Type: CD & Booklet
  • Autograph Authentication: James Spence (JSA)
  • Industry: Music

Lady Gaga Autographed Joanne CD Booklet Inscribed XOXO with James Spence COA

LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA

LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA
LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA

LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA
LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Limited and Numbered to 50. You will receive a random serial number. After defeating the New York Knicks, the Indiana Pacers, and the Boston Celtics in the playoffs, the Miami Heat reached the 2012 NBA Finals where they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games, earning their second championship and “King James” his first. Along with LeBrons first championship, he also was named NBA Finals MVP. Magic Moment is a hand-painted tribute to James as he cradles the one trophy that had eluded him throughout his career, the NBA Championship trophy. This gripping limited edition (50) art print of the original painting measures 16″x24″ and contains his signature and inscription “Back to Bak Champs” in gold paint pen. LeBrons autograph is guaranteed authentic by virtue of UDAs Five-Step Authentication Process. Cardboard Legends is proud to announce that in 2016 we became an. The relationship allows us to provide you a robust catalog of the greatest memorabilia being produced today. While we make every effort to keep our inventory numbers as accurate as possible, it can sometimes take several days for quantities from Upper Deck to be adjusted, which may result in an item no longer being available. Framed items may be even longer to process at this time. Due to the mechanics of our relationship with Upper Deck, we cannot provide specific photos and information about the exact item you will receive. Autographed guaranteed and certified by Upper Deck Authenticated (UDA). This item has been hand-signed by the athlete or athletes. This is NOT a reproduced autograph. Size/Product Type: 16″ x 24″. This item is unframed. The item “LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA” is in sale since Monday, October 5, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Basketball-NBA\Photos”. The seller is “cardboardlegendsonline” and is located in Van Nuys, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Sport: Basketball-NBA
  • Product: Photo
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Player: LeBron James
  • Autograph Authentication: Upper Deck
  • Team: Miami Heat

LeBron James Autographed 16X24 Print Inscribed Back to Back Champs #/50 UDA

SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I

SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I

SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I
Signed and inscribed to the bestest girl in the F. Published by John Day 1927. Is in near fine condition. 1st edition, 1st printing. Straight and tight, no loose pages and appears unread. There is no underlining or writing in the book. Not an ex-library, not a book club, one faint stamp on end-paper, no stickers. Very minor rubbing/ shelf wear, no foxing, no remainder mark. No tears, some large missing pieces from spine, some rubbing/shelfwear, no foxing, no discoloring/soiling. A very nice copy of this book. Check out my other items: first editions, signed books, ARCs and vintage paperbacks (erotic, adult, sci-fi). The item “SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I” is in sale since Tuesday, March 31, 2020. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “vonnegoodbooks” and is located in Ridgewood, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Year Printed: 1974
  • Binding: Hardcover w/Jacket
  • Subject: Biography & Autobiography
  • Special Attributes: Signed

SIGNED HERO TO HIS VALET by James E. Amos -1st HCDJ 1927 Roosevelt F. B. I

James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics

James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics

James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics
Purchasing a full size replica speed New England Patriots helmet autographed + inscribed by James White with 3x SB Champs inscription. Comes with Famatics COA and Sticker. The item “James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics” is in sale since Wednesday, December 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Football-NFL\Helmets”. The seller is “evolution_cards_and_collectibles” and is located in North Yarmouth, Maine. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: James White
  • Sport: Football-NFL
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Product: Helmet
  • Autograph Authentication: James Spence (JSA)
  • Team: New England Patriots

James White Autographed + Inscribed Full Size Replica Patriots Helmet Fanatics

RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others

RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others

RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others
VERY RARE Signed Program. Aldine Club of New York. Dinner in Honor of James M. & Many others inside. For offer, an early ORIGINAL signed program. Fresh from a local estate in Upstate NY. Never offered on the market until now. Vintage, Old, antique, Original – NOT a Reproduction – Guaranteed!! This piece was found tucked away inside a large book, and well preserved. Scottish author and dramatist (18601937) best known for the classic childrens play Peter Pan. Heavy-stock program – 4 pgs on what looks to be Japan paper, approx. 8 x 10, for an event in honor of Barrie and Dr. Robertson Nicoll, presented by the Aldine Club on November 5, 1896. Page features a 4.25 x 5.25 image of Barrie, and is signed underneath in pencil, Yours truly, J. Inside there are pages for autographs, with many present. I could not identify all of them, but noticed a few, including Francis Whiting Halsey, journalist, writer; Albert E. At top in pencil, says this program belonged to G. Not sure who this is. In very good condition. A couple small light stains. Please see photos for details. If you collect English / British children’s fiction, 19th century autograph manuscript handwriting, literature, literary, etc. This is one you will not see again. A nice piece for your paper / ephemera collection. Perhaps some genealogy research information as well. Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet, OM (/bæri/; 9 May 1860 19 June 1937) was a Scottish novelist and playwright, best remembered today as the creator of Peter Pan. He was born and educated in Scotland and then moved to London, where he wrote a number of successful novels and plays. There he met the Llewelyn Davies boys, who inspired him to write about a baby boy who has magical adventures in Kensington Gardens (first included in Barrie’s adult novel The Little White Bird), then to write Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, a “fairy play” about an ageless boy and an ordinary girl named Wendy who have adventures in the fantasy setting of Neverland. Although he continued to write successfully, Peter Pan overshadowed his other work, and is credited with popularising the name Wendy. [1] Barrie unofficially adopted the Davies boys following the deaths of their parents. Barrie was made a baronet by George V on 14 June 1913, [2] and a member of the Order of Merit in the 1922 New Year Honours. [3] Before his death, he gave the rights to the Peter Pan works to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, which continues to benefit from them. James Matthew Barrie was born in Kirriemuir, Angus, to a conservative Calvinist family. His father David Barrie was a modestly successful weaver. His mother Margaret Ogilvy assumed her deceased mother’s household responsibilities at the age of eight. Barrie was the ninth child of ten (two of whom died before he was born), all of whom were schooled in at least the three Rs in preparation for possible professional careers. [4] He was a small child and drew attention to himself with storytelling. [5] He only grew to 5 ft 312 in. (161 cm) according to his 1934 passport. When he was 6 years old, Barrie’s older brother David (his mother’s favourite) died the day before his 14th birthday in an ice-skating accident. [7] This left his mother devastated, and Barrie tried to fill David’s place in his mother’s attentions, even wearing David’s clothes and whistling in the manner that he did. One time, Barrie entered her room and heard her say, Is that you? ” “I thought it was the dead boy she was speaking to”, wrote Barrie in his biographical account of his mother Margaret Ogilvy (1896) “and I said in a little lonely voice,’No, it’s no’ him, it’s just me. Barrie’s mother found comfort in the fact that her dead son would remain a boy forever, never to grow up and leave her. [8] Eventually, Barrie and his mother entertained each other with stories of her brief childhood and books such as Robinson Crusoe, works by fellow Scotsman Walter Scott, and The Pilgrim’s Progress. At the age of 8, Barrie was sent to the Glasgow Academy in the care of his eldest siblings Alexander and Mary Ann, who taught at the school. At 14, he left home for Dumfries Academy, again under the watch of Alexander and Mary Ann. He became a voracious reader, and was fond of penny dreadfuls and the works of Robert Michael Ballantyne and James Fenimore Cooper. At Dumfries, he and his friends spent time in the garden of Moat Brae house, playing pirates “in a sort of Odyssey that was long afterwards to become the play of Peter Pan”. [10][11] They formed a drama club, producing his first play Bandelero the Bandit, which provoked a minor controversy following a scathing moral denunciation from a clergyman on the school’s governing board. Barrie knew that he wished to follow a career as an author. However, his family attempted to persuade him to choose a profession such as the ministry. With advice from Alexander, he was able to work out a compromise: he would attend a university, but would study literature. [12] Barrie enrolled at the University of Edinburgh where he wrote drama reviews for the Edinburgh Evening Courant. He graduated and obtained an M. On 21 April 1882. Following a job advertisement found by his sister in The Scotsman, he worked for a year and a half as a staff journalist on the Nottingham Journal. [12] Back in Kirriemuir, he submitted a piece to the St. James’s Gazette, a London newspaper, using his mother’s stories about the town where she grew up (renamed “Thrums”). The editor “liked that Scotch thing” so well that Barrie ended up writing a series of these stories. [9] They served as the basis for his first novels: Auld Licht Idylls (1888), A Window in Thrums (1890), [13] and The Little Minister (1891). The stories depicted the “Auld Lichts”, a strict religious sect to which his grandfather had once belonged. [12] Modern literary criticism of these early works has been unfavourable, tending to disparage them as sentimental and nostalgic depictions of a parochial Scotland, far from the realities of the industrialised nineteenth century, seen as characteristic of what became known as the Kailyard School. [14] Despite, or perhaps because of, this, they were popular enough at the time to establish Barrie as a successful writer. Following that success, he published Better Dead (1888) privately and at his own expense, but it failed to sell. [12] His two “Tommy” novels, Sentimental Tommy (1896) and Tommy and Grizel (1900), were about a boy and young man who clings to childish fantasy, with an unhappy ending. The late nineteenth century English novelist George Gissing read the former in November 1896 and wrote that he “thoroughly dislike[d it]”. Meanwhile, Barrie’s attention turned increasingly to works for the theatre, beginning with a biography of Richard Savage, written by Barrie and H. Marriott Watson; unfortunately, it was performed only once and critically panned. [12] He immediately followed this with Ibsen’s Ghost (or Toole Up-to-Date)(1891), [12] a parody of Henrik Ibsen’s dramas Hedda Gabler and Ghosts. Ghosts had been unlicensed in the UK until 1914, [16] but had created a sensation at the time from a single “club” performance. Peter Pan statue by Sir George Frampton in Kensington Gardens, London. The production of Ibsen’s Ghost at Toole’s Theatre in London was seen by William Archer, the translator of Ibsen’s works into English. Apparently comfortable with the parody, he enjoyed the humour of the play and recommended it to others. Barrie’s third play Walker, London (1892) resulted in him being introduced to a young actress named Mary Ansell. He proposed to her and they were married on 9 July 1894. Barrie bought her a Saint Bernard puppy, who played a part in the novel The Little White Bird. He used Ansell’s given name for many characters in his novels. [12] Barrie also authored Jane Annie, a comic opera for Richard D’Oyly Carte (1893), which failed; he persuaded Arthur Conan Doyle to revise and finish it for him. The Admirable Crichton was a critically acclaimed social commentary with elaborate staging, about an aristocratic family and their household servants whose social order is inverted after they are shipwrecked on a desert island. Max Beerbohm thought it “quite the best thing that has happened, in my time, to the British theatre”. The character of “Peter Pan” first appeared in The Little White Bird. The novel was published in the UK by Hodder & Stoughton in 1902, and serialised in the US in the same year in Scribner’s Magazine. [18] Barrie’s more famous and enduring work Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up had its first stage performance on 27 December 1904. [19] This play introduced audiences to the name Wendy; it was inspired by a young girl named Margaret Henley who called Barrie “Friendy”, but could not pronounce her Rs very well. The Bloomsbury scenes show the societal constraints of late Victorian and Edwardian middle class domestic reality, contrasted with Neverland, a world where morality is ambivalent. George Bernard Shaw described the play as “ostensibly a holiday entertainment for children but really a play for grown-up people”, suggesting deeper social metaphors at work in Peter Pan. Barrie had a long string of successes on the stage after Peter Pan, many of which discuss social concerns, as Barrie continued to integrate his work and his beliefs. The Twelve Pound Look (1910) concerns a wife leaving her’typical’ husband once she can gain an independent income. Other plays, such as Mary Rose (1920) and Dear Brutus (1917), revisit the idea of the ageless child and parallel worlds. Barrie was involved in the 1909 and 1911 attempts to challenge the censorship of the theatre by the Lord Chamberlain, along with a number of other playwrights. In 1911, Barrie developed the Peter Pan play into the novel Peter and Wendy. His final play was The Boy David (1936), which dramatised the Biblical story of King Saul and the young David. Like the role of Peter Pan, that of David was played by a woman, Elisabeth Bergner, for whom Barrie wrote the play. Sir James Barrie, around 1895. Barrie moved in literary circles and had many famous friends in addition to his professional collaborators. Novelist George Meredith was an early social patron. He had a long correspondence with fellow Scot Robert Louis Stevenson, who lived in Samoa at the time. Stevenson invited Barrie to visit him, but the two never met in person. [22] He was also friends with fellow Scots writer S. George Bernard Shaw was his neighbour in London for several years, and once participated in a Western that Barrie scripted and filmed. Wells was a friend of many years, and tried to intervene when Barrie’s marriage fell apart. Barrie met Thomas Hardy through Hugh Clifford while he was staying in London. After the First World War, Barrie sometimes stayed at Stanway House near the village of Stanway in Gloucestershire. He paid for the pavilion at Stanway cricket ground. [23] In 1887, he founded an amateur cricket team for friends of similarly limited playing ability, and named it the Allahakbarries under the mistaken belief that “Allah akbar” meant “Heaven help us” in Arabic (rather than “God is great”). [24] Some of the best known British authors from the era played on the team at various times, including H. Wells, Rudyard Kipling, Arthur Conan Doyle, P. Mason, Walter Raleigh, E. Lucas, Maurice Hewlett, Owen Seaman (editor of Punch), Bernard Partridge, George Cecil Ives, George Llewelyn Davies (see below) and the son of Alfred Tennyson. In 1891, Barrie joined the newly-formed Authors Cricket Club and also played for its cricket team, the Authors XI, alongside Doyle, Wodehouse and Milne. The Allahakbarries and the Authors XI continued to exist side-by-side until 1912. Barrie befriended Africa explorer Joseph Thomson and Antarctica explorer Robert Falcon Scott. [26] He was godfather to Scott’s son Peter, [9] and was one of the seven people to whom Scott wrote letters in the final hours of his life during his expedition to the South Pole, asking Barrie to take care of his wife Kathleen and son Peter. Barrie was so proud of the letter that he carried it around for the rest of his life. In 1896, his agent Addison Bright persuaded him to meet with Broadway producer Charles Frohman, who became his financial backer and a close friend, as well. [12] Frohman was responsible for producing the debut of Peter Pan in both England and the US, as well as other productions of Barrie’s plays. He famously declined a lifeboat seat when the RMS Lusitania was sunk by a German U-boat in the North Atlantic. Actress Rita Jolivet stood with Frohman, George Vernon and Captain Alick Scott at the end of Lusitania’s sinking, but she survived the sinking and recalled Frohman paraphrasing Peter Pan:’Why fear death? It is the most beautiful adventure that life gives us. His secretary from 1917, Cynthia Asquith, was the daughter-in-law of H. Asquith, British Prime Minister from 1908 to 1916. [28] In the 1930s, Barrie met and told stories to the young daughters of the Duke of York, the future Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret. Blue plaque on 100 Bayswater Road, London where Barrie lived and wrote Peter Pan. Barrie became acquainted with actress Mary Ansell in 1891, when he asked his friend Jerome K. Jerome for a pretty actress to play a role in his play Walker, London. The two became friends, and she helped his family to care for him when he fell very ill in 1893 and 1894. [9] They married in Kirriemuir on 9 July 1894, [29] shortly after Barrie recovered, and Mary retired from the stage. The wedding was a small ceremony in his parents’ home, in the Scottish tradition. The relationship was reportedly unconsummated, [30] and the couple had no children. In 1895, the Barries bought a house on Gloucester Road, in South Kensington. [31] Barrie would take long walks in nearby Kensington Gardens, and in 1900 the couple moved into a house directly overlooking the gardens at 100 Bayswater Road. Mary had a flair for interior design and set about transforming the downstairs, creating two large reception rooms with painted panelling and adding fashionable features, such as a conservatory. [32] In the same year, Mary found Black Lake Cottage at Farnham in Surrey, which became the couple’s “bolt hole” where Barrie could entertain his cricketing friends and the Llewelyn Davies family. Beginning in mid-1908, Mary had an affair with Gilbert Cannan (who was twenty years younger than she[34] and an associate of Barrie’s in his anti-censorship activities), including a visit together to Black Lake Cottage, known only to the house staff. When Barrie learned of the affair in July 1909, he demanded that she end it, but she refused. To avoid the scandal of divorce, he offered a legal separation if she would agree not to see Cannan any more, but she still refused. Barrie sued for divorce on the grounds of infidelity; the divorce was granted in October 1909. [8][35] Knowing how painful the divorce was for him, some of Barrie’s friends wrote to a number of newspaper editors asking them not to publish the story. In the event, only three newspapers did. [12] Barrie continued to support Mary financially even after she married Cannan, by giving her an annual allowance, which was handed over at a private dinner held on her and Barrie’s wedding anniversary. Jack Llewelyn Davies acting in Barrie’s pirate adventure, The Boy Castaways of Black Lake Island, 1901. The Llewelyn Davies family played an important part in Barrie’s literary and personal life, consisting of Arthur (18631907), Sylvia (18661910) (daughter of George du Maurier), [36] and their five sons: George (18931915), John (Jack) (18941959), Peter (18971960), Michael (19001921) and Nicholas (Nico) (19031980). Barrie became acquainted with the family in 1897, meeting George and Jack (and baby Peter) with their nurse (nanny) Mary Hodgson in London’s Kensington Gardens. He lived nearby and often walked his Saint Bernard dog Porthos[37] in the park. He entertained the boys regularly with his ability to wiggle his ears and eyebrows, and with his stories. He did not meet Sylvia until a chance encounter at a dinner party in December. She told Barrie that Peter had been named after the title character in her father’s novel, Peter Ibbetson. Michael Llewelyn Davies as Peter Pan, 1906. Photo taken at the Llewelyn Davies house in Rustington, West Sussex. Barrie became a regular visitor at the Davies household and a common companion to Sylvia and her boys, despite the fact that both he and she were married to other people. [8] In 1901, he invited the Davies family to Black Lake Cottage, where he produced an album of captioned photographs of the boys acting out a pirate adventure, entitled The Boy Castaways of Black Lake Island. Barrie had two copies made, one of which he gave to Arthur, who misplaced it on a train. [38] The only surviving copy is held at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University. The character of Peter Pan was invented to entertain George and Jack. Barrie would say, to amuse them, that their little brother Peter could fly. He claimed that babies were birds before they were born; parents put bars on nursery windows to keep the little ones from flying away. This grew into a tale of a baby boy who did fly away. Arthur Llewelyn Davies died in 1907, and “Uncle Jim” became even more involved with the Davies family, providing financial support to them. His income from Peter Pan and other works was easily adequate to provide for their living expenses and education. Following Sylvia’s death in 1910, Barrie claimed that they had recently been engaged to be married. [8] Her will indicated nothing to that effect, but specified her wish for J. To be trustee and guardian to the boys, along with her mother Emma, her brother Guy du Maurier and Arthur’s brother Compton. It expressed her confidence in Barrie as the boys’ caretaker and her wish for the boys to treat him (& their uncles) with absolute confidence & straightforwardness & to talk to him about everything. ” When copying the will informally for Sylvia’s family a few months later, Barrie inserted himself elsewhere: Sylvia had written that she would like Mary Hodgson, the boys’ nurse, to continue taking care of them, and for “Jenny” (referring to Hodgson’s sister) to come and help her; Barrie instead wrote “Jimmy (Sylvia’s nickname for him). Barrie and Hodgson did not get along well, but served together as surrogate parents until the boys were grown. Barrie also had friendships with other children, both before he met the Davies boys and after they had grown up, and there has since been speculation that Barrie was a paedophile. [40][41] One source for the speculation is a scene in the novel The Little White Bird, in which the protagonist helps a small boy undress for bed, and at the boy’s request they sleep in the same bed. [12] However, there is no evidence that Barrie had sexual contact with children, nor that he was suspected of it at the time. Nico, the youngest of the brothers, denied as an adult that Barrie ever behaved inappropriately. [8] “I don’t believe that Uncle Jim ever experienced what one might call’a stirring in the undergrowth’ for anyoneman, woman, or child”, he stated. He was an innocentwhich is why he could write Peter Pan. [42] His relationships with the surviving Davies boys continued well beyond their childhood and adolescence. The Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens, erected secretly overnight for May Morning in 1912, was supposed to be modelled upon old photographs of Michael dressed as the character. However, the sculptor, Sir George Frampton, used a different child as a model, leaving Barrie disappointed with the result. “It doesn’t show the devil in Peter”, he said. Barrie suffered bereavements with the boys, losing the two to whom he was closest in their early twenties. George was killed in action in 1915, in the First World War. [43] Michael, with whom Barrie corresponded daily while at boarding school and university, drowned in 1921, with his friend, Rupert Buxton, [44][45] at a known danger spot at Sandford Lock near Oxford, one month short of his 21st birthday. Some years after Barrie’s death, Peter compiled his Morgue from family letters and papers, interpolated with his own informed comments on his family and their relationship with Barrie. Peter died by throwing himself in front of a train shortly after completing the work. Barrie in Kirriemuir Cemetery. Barrie died of pneumonia at a nursing home in Manchester Street, Marylebone on 19 June 1937. [46] He was buried at Kirriemuir next to his parents and two of his siblings. [47] His birthplace at 9 Brechin Road is maintained as a museum by the National Trust for Scotland. The surviving Llewelyn Davies boys received legacies, and he made provisions for his former wife Mary Ansell to receive an annuity during her lifetime. [49] James and his brother William Winter (also a Free Church minister) were both born in Cortachy the sons of Rev William Winter. Cortachy is just west of Kirriemuir and the Winters seem closely connected to the Ogilvy family. Barrie: the Story of a Genius. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company. London and Glasgow: Blackie & Son. Barrie: The Story of J. Barrie: The Man Behind the Image. Barrie and the Lost Boys: The Real Story Behind Peter Pan. Hide-and-Seek with Angels: A Life of J. Barrie, the du Mauriers & the Dark Side of Neverland. Peter Pan’s First XI: The Extraordinary Story of J. Barrie’s Cricket Team. Peter Pan and the Mind of J. Barrie: An Exploration of Cognition and Consciousness. Barrie and the Boy Who Inspired Him. Stokes, Sewell (November 1941). New York Theatre Arts Inc. Film, television and stage. The Lost Boys (1978). Ian Holm as J. Barrie, Andrew Birkin (writer). The Man Who Was Peter Pan (1998) is a play by Allan Knee, a semi-biographical version of Barrie’s life and relationship with the Llewelyn Davies family. Finding Neverland (2004) with Johnny Depp as J. Barrie, Kate Winslet (Sylvia Llewelyn Davies), Marc Forster (director), based on Allan Knee’s play. The Boy James (2012) by Alexander Wright (of Belt Up Theatre), is a one act play inspired by his life and work. Finding Neverland (2012) by Diane Paulus, is a musical about the creation of Peter Pan starring Matthew Morrison and Laura Michelle Kelly based on the film. Barrie was appointed a baronet by King George V in 1913. He was made a member of the Order of Merit in 1922. In 1919 he was elected Rector of the University of St Andrews for a three-year term. In 1922 he delivered his celebrated Rectorial Address on Courage at St Andrews, and visited University College Dundee with Earl Haig to open its new playing fields, with Barrie bowling a few balls to Haig. [51] He served as Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh from 1930 to 1937. Barrie was the only person to receive the Freedom of Kirriemuir in a ceremony on 7 June 1930 in Kirriemuir Town Hall where he was presented with a silver casket containing the freedom scroll. The casket was made by silversmiths Brook & Son in Edinburgh in 1929 and is decorated with images of sites in Kirriemuir which held significant memories for Barrie: Kirriemuir Townhouse, Strathview, Window in Thrums, the statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens and the Barrie Cricket Pavilion. The casket is on display in the Gateway to the Glens Museum, Kirriemuir. Coat of arms of J. An open book amid reeds all Proper. Barry of six Argent and Gules in chief a lion passant guardant counterchanged and issuant from the base reeds Proper. Amour De La Bonte (Love of Goodness) [54]. The Sir James Barrie Primary School in Wandsworth, South West London is named after him. The Barrie School in Silver Spring, Maryland, is also named in his honour. Francis Whiting Halsey (October 15, 1851 November 24, 1919) was an American journalist, editor and historian, born in Unadilla, New York. He was the son of Dr. Gaius Leonard Halsey, a Civil War surgeon, and Juliet (Cartington) Halsey. He was the grandson of Dr. Gaius and Mary (Church) Halsey of Kortright, New York, and a descendant of Thomas Halsey, who emigrated from England before 1640 and helped to found the settlement of Southampton, Long Island, one of the earliest English settlements in New York. Francis Halsey prepared for college at the Unadilla academy and graduated from Cornell University in 1873, taking one of the prizes for an essay in English literature. He was assistant editor of the Binghamton Times (18731875), a member of the editorial staff of the New York Tribune (18751880), and in 1880 joined the staff of the New York Times as foreign editor and writer of book reviews. He was literary editor of the Times from 1892 through 1896, and became the first editor of the Times Saturday Review of Books and Art in 1896. In 1902, he left the Review to become a literary advisor to D. Subsequently, he joined Funk and Wagnalls in the same capacity, remaining with that publisher until his death. Halsey was a prolific author and editor. As a compiler and editor, he assembled several enormous collections of, inter alia, famous speeches, prose literary works, travel narratives and writings about American history. See the list of works infra. His major achievement was the ten-volume Literary Digest History of the World War, consisting largely of skillfully collated and rewritten newspaper accounts and official documents, enhanced by a plethora of photographs. Publication began within a year after the conclusion of the conflict. While the work obviously is a “first draft of history”, it is a good one that can be read with profit even today. The author did not, however, live to see it to completion. He died while at work on the final volume. Active in the affairs of his alma mater, he was elected president of the New York association of Cornell alumni in 1882 and was twice the candidate of New York and other alumni for trustee of Cornell in 1882 and 1883, during the alumni agitation for new methods in university management. He was elected a member of the Aldine and Cornell clubs in New York. He lectured on early American history and made addresses before the New York Historical Society, the New York library club and the Wyoming, Pennsylvania Commemorative Association. In 1883, he married Virginia Isabel, daughter of Alexander Stanton and Sarah Ann Forbes of New York City. She died in January 1899. In her memory, he published, anonymously, Virginia Isabel Forbes the year after her death. He did not remarry. Halsey’s brother, Frederick Arthur Halsey, graduated from Cornell in 1878 with a degree in mechanical engineering, authored articles and books about engineering, with an emphasis the metric system, and was editor of the American Machinist. Frederick’s daughters were Marion S. Wikisource has original text related to this article. The Old New York Frontier. Two Months Abroad (1878). Virginia Isabel Forbes (1900), a memoir of his wife. American Authors And Their Homes, Personal Descriptions And Interviews, J. Pott & Company, New York (1901). Our Literary Deluge And Some of Its Deeper Waters (1902). The World’s Famous Orations (with William Jennings Bryan) ed. The Best of the World’s Classics, Restricted to Prose (with Senator Henry Cabot Lodge) ed. Great Epochs in American History, Described by Famous Writers, From Columbus to Roosevelt ed. Works by Francis Whiting Halsey at Project Gutenberg. Seeing Europe with Famous Authors (Project Gutenberg) ed. The Literary Digest History of the World War, compiled from Original and Contemporary Sources: American, British, French, German, and Others (10 Volumes, 191920). The item “RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others” is in sale since Tuesday, October 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “dalebooks” and is located in Rochester, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Year Printed: 1896
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: Fairy Tales & Fantasy
  • Region: Europe
  • Author: James M Barrie
  • Subject: Children’s
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Signed: Yes
  • Place of Publication: 1896
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

RARE Peter Pan Author- James Barrie Signed 1896 Program Autograph + Many Others

Judi Dench Signed 8×10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007

Judi Dench Signed 8x10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007
Judi Dench Signed 8x10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007

Judi Dench Signed 8x10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007
Judi Dench Signed 8×10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007. The toploader has some scratches on it. The photo has a couple of light surface scratches on it. The item pictured in the listing is the one that you will receive. I do not use stock photos. Please see my photos for the condition of the item. Colors may vary slightly due to my camera and different monitor settings. The item “Judi Dench Signed 8×10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007″ is in sale since Friday, December 4, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “findingtime” and is located in Columbiana, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Size: 8×10
  • Movie: James Bond
  • Autograph Authentication: JSA
  • Signed by: Judi Dench
  • Object Type: Photograph
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Industry: Movies

Judi Dench Signed 8x10 Photo JSA COA Autograph James Bond Inscribed M in 007

LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE

LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE

LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE
Number 7 out of 123 edition size. This engraved official Spalding basketball was autographed by LeBron James. In addition to his signature, James inscribed the basketball commemorating his 2003-04 NBA Rookie of the Year Honors. This basketball also features and engraved “Rookie of the Year” logo. LeBron’s signature was witnessed by an Upper Deck Authenticated representative as part of UDA’s patented 5-step authentication process. Includes original packaging (box, cloth bag, certificate of authenticity, and registration card). This item is limited to 123. The item “LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE” is in sale since Tuesday, October 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Basketball-NBA\Balls”. The seller is “vividanimation” and is located in Agoura Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: LeBron James
  • Sport: Basketball-NBA
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Product: Ball
  • Autograph Authentication: Upper Deck
  • Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Signed: Yes

LeBron James UDA Rookie Autographed Engraved & Inscribed Basketball Ltd #7 RARE

LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey

LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey

LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey
LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs and Finals MVP 1/106 Inscribed Limited Edition Jersey. The item “LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey” is in sale since Thursday, October 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Basketball-NBA\Jerseys”. The seller is “uf350″ and is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: LeBron James
  • Sport: Basketball-NBA
  • Original/Reprint: Original
  • Autograph Authentication: Upper Deck
  • Product: Jersey
  • Team: Miami Heat Cleveland Cavaliers LA Lakers

LeBron James Autographed 2012 NBA Champs/MVP 1/106 Inscribed LE Jersey

James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA

James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA
James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA

James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA
James Lovell Autographed Major League Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13. This official Rawlings Major League Baseball was hand signed by astronaut James Lovell with the inscription “Apollo 8, 13″. The autograph is guaranteed authentic and includes authentication from PSA/DNA. TRISTAR Authentication not included. The item “James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA” is in sale since Friday, April 17, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Balls”. The seller is “tristarproductions” and is located in Houston, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Montserrat.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Product: Ball
  • Player: James Lovell
  • Sport: Baseball-MLB
  • Autograph Authentication: Professional Sports (PSA/DNA)
  • Team: Astronaut
  • Original/Reprint: Original

James Lovell Signed Autographed ML Baseball Inscribed Apollo 8, 13 PSA