Lawrence of Arabia
by Liddell Hart, Capt. B. H., and Sir Ronald Storrs
Tucson, Arizona, United States
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About This Item
The book is in fine condition. The glassine has some splits and is a bit shorter than the book, its paper flaps with some foxing. The card slipcase is worn, especially at the top and bottom ends.
One of 70 copies from a total edition of 128 copies. This is number 98 and is signed by both authors.
Prints the authors' speeches made at a luncheon in memory of Lawrence about a month after his death.
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- Lawrence of Arabia
- Liddell Hart, Capt. B. H., and Sir Ronald Storrs
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- Used - Fine
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- Limited edition
- The Corvinus Press
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All books returnable for any reason within seven days, providing only that they are received in the same condition as shipped. Shipments to an Arizona address must add appropriate sales tax. Libraries billed.
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