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Titre : The Message of One of England's ...
Éditeur : George W. Jones at The Sign of the Dolphin, London
Date d'édition : 1931
Reliure : Hardcover
Small folio, pp.  + frontispiece. Three pages contain facsimiles of handwriting printed in blue or red. Original paper boards backed in buckram, front board printed in black. Boards a little browned and marked, endpapers toned. Flyleaf inscribed 'Robert Wilson with much esteem regard from George W. Jones' The frontispiece reproduces a previously-unpublished photograph of Bridges by Lady Ottoline Morrell. N° de réf. du libraire 1919
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Description de la librairie : Established in 1957, McNaughtan's Bookshop is the oldest secondhand and antiquarian bookshop in Scotland. Situated near the top of Edinburgh's Leith Walk thoroughfare, we are within easy walking distance of Waverley Station and the central bus terminal. Our attached Gallery hosts regular exhibitions by local artists and others from as far away as Japan, including work by the Artist Book Group.