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Book Description

Memoirs and The Letters of The Marechal Duc Le Richelieu ( Armand de Vignerot du Plessis ) Translated with Biographical Notes by Alan Le Bras ( Alan R. Marsh ) Edited and Arranged, with an introduction by Jack Heming. ORIGINAL 310-Page Typescript with Manuscript Corrections, a seemingly unpublished original work Translated with Biographical Notes by Alan Le Bras ( Alan R. Marsh ) Edited and Arranged, with an introduction by Jack Heming January 1930
Dealer Notes
Dated January 1930, this is an original seemingly unpublished 310-page Typescript with numerous manuscript hand corrections of this work on the Memoirs and Letters of Louis François Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, duc de Richelieu (1696-1788), French diplomat, Soldier and Statesman, who went on to become The Marshal of France, whose military career saw him involved in The Seven Years War, The Siege of Menorca, The Invasion of Hanover. The book is seeming unpublished and has been bound in an attractive full tree calf leather binding, the introduction is signed by Jack Heming, loosely inserted at rear is a large folding typed family tree, the binding has some edge and corner rubbing wear, short split to top of rear joint, boards well attached, the folding chart has splits and tears along the fold lines else in good condition. The title page mentions five plates with a question mark, they ae not present here,
Author 310-Page Typescript with Manuscript Corrections,
Date 1930
Binding leather
Publisher a seemingly unpublished original work
Condition very good
Pages 310

Price: £450.00

Offered by Andrew Cox

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