First edition. Copy of presentation with a letter written and signed by the author
|Publication year oldest item:||1919|
|Author/ Illustrator:||The Earl Loreburn ( Robert Reid )|
|Book Title:||How The War Came|
|Number of Books:||1|
|Publisher:||Methuen & co Ltd (london)|
|Extras:||Signed by author, With dust jacket|
The Earl Loreburn (Robert Reid) - How The War Came - Methuen & Co Ltd (London) - 1919 - 340 pages - octavo - Hardcover - With dust jacket - very good condition
This is a copy of presentation of the original edition with a letter signed by the author to Cécile Georges-bazile, author, translator and French printer who had the privilege of translating the works of Oscar Wilde or H.G. Wells among others.
On the strength of these appreciated translations, Cécil Georges-Bazile never ceased to solicit various English and American authors. An impressive collection of dedications or signed letters from these authors, such as H.G. Wells, for example, was produced and regularly received signed or unwritten presentations in the event of translation. Most of the works are also signed by Cécil Georges-Bazile (see my other auction lots).
Colissimo and international colissimo with insurance
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