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Four hundred years of British autographs
|Statement||by Ray Rawlins.|
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|Pagination||188p.(chiefly facsims) ;|
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London, Rawlins summarised this lesson in a pithy chiastic maxim in Four Hundred Years of British Autographs (): ‘every signature is an autograph but not every autograph is. "The Guinness Book of World Autographs", hardback, first hardback published in in Enfield-Middlesex England, pgs (ISBN).
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