Red Ingle

Red Ingle

Reference number:

8989
£75.00

Description:

An original circa 1950s Capitol Records promo-photocard, clearly signed in ink by Red Ingle.

Certification:

One of a wonderful collection of over 50 celebrity letters and photos all obtained during the late 1940s to early 1950s by a Mr Douglas Squires. He was involved in editing a School / University Film & Theatre Entertainment magazine during this period and wrote to celebrities looking for a contribution of autographs and signed photographs for the magazine. Many of the letters are gracious and detailed replies with many references to helping his project and mentions of their careers at that point in time. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

10x6cm Sized Photocard

Condition:

Fair. View Image.

Red Ingle

Reference number:

8964
£148.00

Description:

A lovely original vintage circa March 1951 handwritten letter in ink on his own headed paper by Red ingle.

Certification:

The letter notably mentions in the final paragraph "Our next release here this month will be Let Me In backed by Chew Tobacco Rag with Les Paul". One of a wonderful collection of over 50 celebrity letters all obtained during the late 1940s to early 1950s by a Mr Douglas Squires. He was involved in editing a School / University Film & Theatre Entertainment magazine during this period and wrote to celebrities looking for a contribution of autographs and signed photographs for the magazine. Many of the letters are gracious and detailed replies with many references to helping his project and mentions of their careers at that point in time. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

27x18cm Sized Letter

Condition:

Average. View Images. Minor folds and age foxing. Overall we would rate as 7/10 condition.

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About Red Ingle

Red Ingle

RED INGLE d1965. American musician, singer, songwriter, cartoonist and caricaturist best known for his comedy records with Spike Jones and his own Natural Seven Sides on Capitol. Despite the comedy emphasis, the quality of the musicianship was often outstanding, including in some cases guitar great Les Paul or Western Swing performers Tex Williams and Noel Boggs. He died in California aged just 58 in 1965.

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