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Marlborough: His Life and Times, "Limited Presentation Edition"

Winston S. Churchill

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Here is a fully jacketed set of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939 with superior shelf presentation. Churchill's monumental biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. The final volume was published on the eve of the Second World War in 1938. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." After the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, in December 1939 the publisher, Harrap, issued what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition" with distinctive bindings and dust jackets unique to the edition. The bindings are medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volume I, there was a 1939 printing unique to this edition. For Volume II, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, second and final printing. For volumes III & IV, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, only printing. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning significantly even beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile. Here is a set noteworthy for excellent shelf presentation of both the dust jackets and volumes beneath. The dust jackets remain bright with wholly unfaded spines. Moreover, the jackets show no losses, apart from neatly price-clipped lower front flaps. We note a few instances of minor spotting and soiling, but the only significant dust jacket flaw to report is a horizontal closed tear across the front face of the Volume IV dust jacket and along the lower front hinge. This tear nearly disappears beneath the clear, removable, archival quality protectors fitted to each dust jacket, and does not impact shelf presentation. The volumes beneath are all correct, Limited Presentation Edition bindings. All four bindings are square, clean, and tight. The binding spines retain excellent color, showing only a barely discernible hint of color shift. The contents are clean and bright. We find no spotting. The sole detraction is the previous ownership marks. Apparently a previous owner had both a brand new ink stamp featuring just their last name ("Talbot") and a severe impulse control problem. Consequently, the name "Talbot" is ink stamped as follows: on the Volume I front and rear pastedowns and the bottom text block edge; on the Volume II front pastedown, fore and bottom edges; on the Volume III front and rear pastedowns and fore and bottom edges; on the Volume IV front and rear pastedowns and bottom edge. This is the only previous ownership name in the set and while inane and regrettable, does nothing to detract from the superior shelf presentation and overall condition of the set. Moreover, the presence of the ink stamps leads us to price this set at lower than its condition would otherwise indicate. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Marlborough: His Life and Times, "Limited ...
Verlag: George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd.
Erscheinungsdatum: 1939
Einband: Hardcover
Auflage: Limited Presentation Edition.

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1934. Hardcover. Limited Presentation Edition. Here is Volume II in dust jacket of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939. During the four years covered by Volume II (1702-1705), Marlborough led England as Captain-General. The volume is a substantial 651 pages with 31 illustrations, 76 maps and plans, and 3 document facsimiles. Winston Churchill's monumental biography of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. This decade saw Churchill pass into his sixties with his own future as uncertain as that of his nation. It is perhaps not incidental that Churchill’s great work of the 1930s was about a great ancestor. Churchill may have wondered more than once if the life history he was writing might ultimately eclipse his own. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." The work was well received. Two months after Volume I was published, on 12 December 1933, T.E. Lawrence wrote to Churchill: "I finished it only yesterday. I wish I had not The skeleton of the book is so good. Its parts balance and the main stream flows Marlborough has the big scene-painting, the informed pictures of men, the sober comment on political method, the humour, irony and understanding of your normal writing: but beyond that it shows more discipline and strength: and great dignity. It is history, solemn and decorative." After the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, in December 1939 the publisher, Harrap, issued what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition" with distinctive bindings and dust jackets unique to the edition. The bindings are medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volume I, there was a 1939 printing unique to this edition. For Volume II, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, second and final printing. For volumes III & IV, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, only printing. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning significantly even beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile and equally subject to sunning. This copy of Volume II is good plus in a fair dust jacket. The purple cloth binding is tight and clean with sharp corners, only slightly faded on the spine with shelf wear to the bottom edges. The "II" from the dust jacket, which was heavily printed and thus offered more protection from sunning, is ghosted onto the binding, as is some of the jacket spine print. The contents remain bright with a crisp feel. We find no previous ownership marks. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponds to the dust jacket flaps. Spotting is primarily confined to the endpapers and page edges, with only occasional intrusions into the blank inner margins. The dust jacket is neatly price-clipped at the lower front flap with loss to a maximum depth of .625 inch (1.6 cm) at the spine ends and minor loss at the corners. Apart from modest overall soiling, the chief detraction of this dust jacket is a full split at the front hinge, though the separation is virtually invisible beneath the removable, archival quality clear dust jacket protector. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 004811

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1939. Hardcover. Limited Presentation Edition. This is Volume I of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939 – the only volume of the four printed specially by the publisher for this edition. This first volume covers Marlborough's story up to the 1702 death of William III. It is a substantial 612 pages with 35 illustrations, 14 maps and plans, and 8 document facsimiles. Winston Churchill's monumental biography of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. This decade saw Churchill pass into his sixties with his own future as uncertain as that of his nation. It is perhaps not incidental that Churchill’s great work of the 1930s was about a great ancestor. Churchill may have wondered more than once if the life history he was writing might ultimately eclipse his own. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." The work was well received. Two months after Volume I was published, on 12 December 1933, T.E. Lawrence wrote to Churchill: "I finished it only yesterday. I wish I had not The skeleton of the book is so good. Its parts balance and the main stream flows Marlborough has the big scene-painting, the informed pictures of men, the sober comment on political method, the humour, irony and understanding of your normal writing: but beyond that it shows more discipline and strength: and great dignity. It is history, solemn and decorative." After the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, in December 1939 the publisher, Harrap, issued what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition" with distinctive bindings and dust jackets unique to the edition. The bindings are medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volume I, there was a 1939 printing unique to this edition. For Volume II, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, second and final printing. For volumes III & IV, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, only printing. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning significantly even beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile and equally subject to sunning. This copy of Volume I is good plus in a poor dust jacket. The purple cloth binding is square and tight with sharp corners. The spine is lightly sunned, as is inevitably for the edition, the boards less so. The volume number "I" from the dust jacket, which was heavily printed and thus offered more protection from sunning, is ghosted onto the binding, as is some of the jacket spine print. The contents remain bright with a crisp feel. We find no previous ownership marks. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponds to the dust jacket flaps. Spotting is primarily confined to the endpapers and page edges, with only occasional intrusions into the blank inner margins. The dust jacket is in two pieces and missing the spine, as well as being neatly price-clipped at the lower front flap. We note some overall soiling as well as minor wear and fractional loss to extremities. The two halves of the jacket are protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear dust jacket protector. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 004812

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1939. Hardcover. Zustand: Very good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good plus. Limited Presentation Edition. Here is Volume II in dust jacket of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939. Churchill's monumental biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. The final volume was published on the eve of the Second World War in 1938. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." In 1938, after the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, the publisher, Harrap, produced what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition". The volumes were bound in a medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volumes I & II, Harrap used reprints of the first edition. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning right beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile. This copy of Volume II is very good in a good plus dust jacket. The purple cloth binding is square, tight, and clean, only slightly faded on the spine except for a small strip at the spine head corresponding to a dust jacket loss. The "II" from the dust jacket, which was heavily printed and thus offered more protection from sunning, shows on the binding spine as two darker spots. There are minor bumps to the upper corners. The contents are crisp and bright with modest spotting confined to page edges and endpapers. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponds to the dust jacket flaps. The dust jacket is unclipped with a mildly toned spine, loss at the spine head to a .25 inch depth, minor loss at the lower front corner, and moderate overall soiling. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 002595

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1938. Hardcover. This is Volume IV of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939. This fourth and final volume covers the years 1708 to 1722, chronicling the decline of Marlborough and the apparent frustration of his work. It is a substantial 671 pages with 24 illustrations, 39 maps and plans, and 1 document facsimile. Winston Churchill's monumental biography of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. This decade saw Churchill pass into his sixties with his own future as uncertain as that of his nation. It is perhaps not incidental that Churchill’s great work of the 1930s was about a great ancestor. Churchill may have wondered more than once if the life history he was writing might ultimately eclipse his own. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." The work was well received. Two months after Volume I was published, on 12 December 1933, T.E. Lawrence wrote to Churchill: "I finished it only yesterday. I wish I had not The skeleton of the book is so good. Its parts balance and the main stream flows Marlborough has the big scene-painting, the informed pictures of men, the sober comment on political method, the humour, irony and understanding of your normal writing: but beyond that it shows more discipline and strength: and great dignity. It is history, solemn and decorative." After the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, in December 1939 the publisher, Harrap, issued what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition" with distinctive bindings and dust jackets unique to the edition. The bindings are medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volume I, there was a 1939 printing unique to this edition. For Volume II, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, second and final printing. For volumes III & IV, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, only printing. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning significantly even beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile and equally subject to sunning. This copy of Volume IV is good plus in a very good plus jacket. The purple cloth binding is bright and tight with sharp corners. Color is remarkably good for the edition; the spine is just barely sunned, with more pronounced sunning confined to the extreme edges and a few small spots at the spine ends corresponding to minor dust jacket losses. The volume number "IV" from the dust jacket, which was heavily printed and thus offered more protection from sunning, is ghosted onto the binding, as is the jacket spine print. The contents remain bright with a crisp feel. We find no previous ownership marks. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponds to the dust jacket flaps. Modest spotting is primarily confined to the endpapers and page edges, with only occasional small intrusions into the blank inner margins. The dust jacket is bright, though soiled and spotted, mostly to the blank rear panel. Losses are minimal – a neatly price-clipped lower front flap and small losses to the spine ends and corners. The dust jacket is protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear dust jacket protector. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172 Limited Presentation Edition issue of the first edition, only printing. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 004814

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1936. Hardcover. This is Volume III of the "Limited Presentation Edition" of 1939. This third volume carries Marlborough’s story forward to the end of the campaign of 1708. The volume is a substantial 608 pages with 24 illustrations, 2 document facsimiles, 3 color maps, and 64 other maps and plans. Winston Churchill's monumental biography of John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, was initially conceived a full 40 years before publication of the fourth and final volume. Churchill originally considered the idea of the biography in 1898, returning to it in earnest in 1928. Marlborough ultimately took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. This decade saw Churchill pass into his sixties with his own future as uncertain as that of his nation. It is perhaps not incidental that Churchill’s great work of the 1930s was about a great ancestor. Churchill may have wondered more than once if the life history he was writing might ultimately eclipse his own. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." The work was well received. Two months after Volume I was published, on 12 December 1933, T.E. Lawrence wrote to Churchill: "I finished it only yesterday. I wish I had not The skeleton of the book is so good. Its parts balance and the main stream flows Marlborough has the big scene-painting, the informed pictures of men, the sober comment on political method, the humour, irony and understanding of your normal writing: but beyond that it shows more discipline and strength: and great dignity. It is history, solemn and decorative." After the fourth and final volume of Marlborough was published, in December 1939 the publisher, Harrap, issued what it called a "Limited Presentation Edition" with distinctive bindings and dust jackets unique to the edition. The bindings are medium purple cloth with silver spine lettering and the dust jackets printed in black and orange on cream paper. For Volume I, there was a 1939 printing unique to this edition. For Volume II, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, second and final printing. For volumes III & IV, the publisher used sheets from the first edition, only printing. The Limited Presentation Edition bindings proved even more prone to sunning than their first edition counterparts, often toning significantly even beneath the thin dust jackets, which themselves proved quite fragile and equally subject to sunning. This copy of Volume III is very good plus in a very good dust jacket. The purple cloth binding is square and tight with sharp corners with only a hint of shelf wear to the bottom edges. Color is remarkably good for the edition; the spine is just barely sunned. The volume number "III" from the dust jacket, which was heavily printed and thus offered more protection from sunning, is ghosted onto the binding, as is the jacket spine print. The contents remain bright with a crisp, unread feel. We find no previous ownership marks. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponds to the dust jacket flaps. Modest spotting is primarily confined to the endpapers and page edges, with only occasional small intrusions into the blank inner margins. The dust jacket is bright, though lightly soiled and spotted. Losses are minimal – a neatly price-clipped lower front flap and fractional loss to the spine ends and corners. The dust jacket is protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear dust jacket protector. Bibliographic reference: A97.5, Woods/ICS A40(ad), Langworth p.172 Limited Presentation Edition issue of the first edition, only printing. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 004813

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Buchbeschreibung George G. Harrap, London, 1939. Complete in 4 volumes. This edition Limited Presentation Edition. Volume 1, reprinted, October 1939, volume 2, reprinted, October 1934, volume 3, first edition, 1936, volume 4, first edition 1938. Bound in original publishers purple cloth, with gilt lettering. Cloth very lightly rubbed, a couple of small nicks, minor sunning of cloth. All bindings in very good clean condition. Dust jackets darkened on spines, nicked with some loss. Jackets in good condition. Internally, occasional spotting. Pages in good clean condition. A nice set. Size: 8vo. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 097121

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Buchbeschreibung George G.Harrap & Co Ltd, London, 1939. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition:First Printing:Book Condition:A Very Good 4 Volume set of The Limited Presentation Edition:Volume I A Reprint Published in October 1939:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, corners very gently bumped, page edges very gently toned, spine very gently toned, spine tips very gently sunned, previous owners sticker on front paste down, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, gently rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine with some very small loss, corners gently rubbed, spine very gently toned, retains original publishers price.Volume II A Reprint Published in October 1934:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, corners very gently bumped, page edges very gently toned, spine very gently toned, spine tips very gently sunned, previous owners sticker on front paste down, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine, corners very gently rubbed, spine very gently toned, retains original publishers price.Volume III A First Edition Published in 1936:A Very Good/Near Fine copy, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, top rear corner very gently bumped, page edges very gently toned, spine tips very gently sunned, previous owners sticker on front paste down, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine, corners very gently rubbed, spine very gently toned, retains original publishers price.Volume IV A First Edition Published 1938:A Very Good copy, gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, page edges very gently toned, spine tips very gently sunned, previous owners sticker on front paste down, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine, corners very gently rubbed, small piece missing bottom edge front panel, spine very gently toned, retains original publishers price.Overall a Very Good 4 Volume set. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 003483

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Buchbeschreibung George G.Harrap & Co Ltd, London, 1939. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition:First Printing:Book Condition:Volume I A Reprint published in 1939:A Very Good, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, bottom of spine tip gently sunned, page edges very gently toned, end papers very gently toned, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently bumped and rubbed top of the spine, some small marks to panels, retains original publishers price.Volume II A Reprint published in October 1934:A Very Good/Near fine copy, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, page edges very gently toned, end papers very gently toned, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, bottom two corners very gently rubbed, very small hole near top of spine, some small marks to panels, retains original publishers price.Volume III First Edition Published 1936:A Very Good copy, bottom of spine tip sunned, page edges very gently toned, end papers very gently toned, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, retains original publishers price.Volume IV First Edition Published 1938:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, page edges very gently toned, end papers very gently toned, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, some small marks to panels, retains original publishers price.Overall a Very Good 4 Volume set of the Limited Presentation Edition. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 003710

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