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A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES. The New World.; The Age of Revolution.; The Great Democracies.; The… by CHURCHILL. WINSTON. S - Signed First Edition - 1956 - from Paul Foster Books (SKU: 8820)

A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES. The New World.; The Age of Revolution.; The Great Democracies.; The Birth of Britain

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A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES. The New World.; The Age of Revolution.; The Great Democracies.; The Birth of Britain

by CHURCHILL. WINSTON. S

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McClelland & Stewart. Ltd. Toronto, Canada. 1956-58. LIMITED EDITION SET. Four volumes. First Canadian Editions. 8vo. --- Each volume one of 350 presentation copies signed by the Publisher, John McClelland, on a bound in sheet at the start of each volume and presented to the same recipient, who worked at the publishing firm. A fine, tight set in the original publishers dark blue cloth with facsimile of the authors signature in blind to front boards. Spines ruled in gilt. Three areas of red with gilt ruling and lettering. In the publisher's multi coloured dustwrappers which have a little rubbing and chipping to the extremities but are overall clean bright and in very good condition. Generally this is a fine set of books in very good dustwrappers. An attractive set of this scarce limited edition, presentation set of the First Canadian Edition. While individual copies do turn up, complete sets are hard to find. Cohen. A267.5.

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Bookseller
Paul Foster Books GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
8820
Title
A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES. The New World.; The Age of Revolution.; The Great Democracies.; The Birth of Britain
Author
CHURCHILL. WINSTON. S
Book condition
Used
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1
Edition
signed, limited edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
McClelland & Stewart. Ltd. Toronto, Canada. 1956-58
Date Published
1956
Bookseller catalogs
Winston Churchill; Signed and inscribed books;
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fine
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