James Coburn

James Coburn

Reference number:

7795
£88.00

Description:

A good original (circa 1960s) autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoint by James Coburn (adding Keep on singing love).

Suitable for mounting and display.

Certification:

CERTIFICATION ; One of an extensive autograph collection obtained by Melody who worked at the famous White Elephant Club on Curzon Street London. The club was a favourite location for many entertainment-world A-listers for over 30 years from its inception during the 1960s. IAA. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

10x8cm Sized Autograph Book Page

James Coburn

Reference number:

6314
£148.00

Description:

An original 1967 autograph book page, clearly signed in ink by James Coburn (Peace & Love).

Double mounted for fine display with photograph.

Dedication has been matted out. Craig Stevens on the reverse. 

Certification:

CERTIFICATION ; From the outstanding & huge autograph collection of Jean Williams of Chelsea, all obtained in and around the London Theatres / London Hotels (The Dorchester / The Savoy) /  the BBC Riverside Studios and ITV TV Studios from the late 1950s into the mid 1970s. Including (amongst others) such notables as ; John Lennon / Marlon Brando / Steve McQueen / Sharon Tate / Lee Van Cleef / Ringo Starr and Natalie Wood. Most of the signatures in the collection are dedicated to her by the celebrity and then annotated and dated in her hand.  This James Coburn autograph is dated 12.10.1967. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.  

Size:

18x12in >> Acid Free Mount >> Unframed

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About James Coburn

James Coburn

JAMES COBURN autograph d2002. Prolific American film and TV actor who appeared in nearly 70 films and made over 100 television appearances during a 45-year career. He played a wide range of notable tough-guy roles in film classics including ; "The Magnificent Seven" (1960) / "The Great Escape" (1963) and "Our Man Flint" (1966). He won an Academy Award for best supporting actor playing Glen Whitehouse in the film "Affliction" (1997). Coburns hobby was fast cars which originally stemmed from his father’s garage business and continued throughout his personal life, as he exported rare cars to Japan. Of special interest amongst several Ferraris he owned, his 250GT Spyder California SWB was the thirteenth of just fifty-six ever built ; Coburn imported the pre-owned car in 1964, shortly after completing The Great Escape. The car was later restored and sold for $10,894,400.00 to English broadcaster Chris Evans, setting a record for the highest price ever paid for an automobile at auction. He died of a heart attack aged 74 in 2002.

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