Publisher London Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd. 1926
Seller ID 000712
Gray paper over cream cloth spine. Brown leather title block to spine. Boards are tanned along extremities. Edge wear and bump to bottom front corner. Title block scuffed and chipped. Edges untrimmed. Brief gift inscription in front end paper dated 1955. Clean pages and sound binding. 383 numbered pages. Dedication dated 1926. Number 18 of two hundred copies, signed by the author. Dedication dated 1926. Number 18 of two hundred copies, signed by the author. John Buchan, or 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (1875 - 1940) was a Scottish novelist, historian and politician who served as Governor General of Canada, and is perhaps best remembered as the author of The 39 Steps. Buchan wrote dozens of books, both fiction and nonfiction.
LITERATURE ESSAYS BARON TWEEDSMUIR ENGLISH ENGLAND SUIGNED BY AUTHOR LIMITED EDITION Belles Lettres