Bold vintage signature and inscription, “To John -/very best/wishesKay Walsh,” in green fountain pen on a 6×4 white index card. Very fine condition, with a small magazine photograph affixed at the top right corner. A pencil notation on the reverse side indicates that this autograph was obtained in person in April 1965. John Verzi collection. A leading lady of the British screen during the 1930s and ’40s, Kay Walsh transitioned to character roles in the 1950s, distinguishing herself with fine performances in such films as In Which We Serve (1942), Oliver Twist (1948), The Horse’s Mouth (1958), and The Ruling Class (1972).