THE EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY ELECTRIC SERVANTS' INDICATOR BOARD FROM THE KENT HOME OF H G WELLS with fene
THE EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY ELECTRIC SERVANTS' INDICATOR BOARD FROM THE KENT HOME OF H G WELLS with fenestrated black and gilt glass front inscribed MR WELLS, SECRETRARY, STUDY and other rooms, red and cream striped flags, backboard 31 x 47cm
Provenance: Provenance: Dr John Hammond (who founded The H G Wells Society in 1960) by whom acquired in the 1960s from an elderly couple who stated they had worked for Wells many years before; thence by descent to the present vendor.ammond (who founded The H G WHH
Please note this item is from H G Wells' London home 13 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park where he lived in the 1930s and 1940s. For many years the item was in the H G Wells Society's Collection at London Metropolitan University.
Estimate: £150 - 250
Sold for £500