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Nicholas and Alexandra: The Family Albums

£24.99

Product description

Tsar Nicholas II was a man both unprepared and ill equipped to head the Russian empire, and under the influence of Alexandra Feodorovna, the painfully shy wife he so adored, he lead the country to disaster. This book tells the story of the couple's romance up to their abduction and death in 1918 mainly through the medium of contemporary photographs.

The mainly monochrome dust jacket is clean and free from damage apart from some rubbing at the top and bottom. The front carries a monochrome photograph of the Czar and Czarina aboard a boat with the title and author superimposed in purple and white print. The black spine carries the title, author and publisher in white print. The black back carries a monochrome photograph of the Imperial Family in a room corner. The white front fold-in carries a summary of the book, while the back fold-in carries a brief description of the author and a list of other works issued by the publisher.

The plain black full cloth covers are clean and free from damage apart from slight curling at the top and bottom of the spine. The spine carries the title, author and publisher in gold print.

The binding is complete with all pages and covers appearing to be fully attached. All pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Item details

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
Michael of Greece, HRH Prince
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1850434948
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Tauris Parke Books, London.

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Tsar Nicholas II was a man both unprepared and ill equipped to head the Russian empire, and under the influence of Alexandra Feodorovna, the painfully shy wife he so adored, he lead the country to disaster. This book tells the story of the couple's romance up to their abduction and death in 1918 mainly through the medium of contemporary photographs.

The mainly monochrome dust jacket is clean and free from damage apart from some rubbing at the top and bottom. The front carries a monochrome photograph of the Czar and Czarina aboard a boat with the title and author superimposed in purple and white print. The black spine carries the title, author and publisher in white print. The black back carries a monochrome photograph of the Imperial Family in a room corner. The white front fold-in carries a summary of the book, while the back fold-in carries a brief description of the author and a list of other works issued by the publisher.

The plain black full cloth covers are clean and free from damage apart from slight curling at the top and bottom of the spine. The spine carries the title, author and publisher in gold print.

The binding is complete with all pages and covers appearing to be fully attached. All pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
Michael of Greece, HRH Prince
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1850434948
Number of pages:
240
Publisher:
Tauris Parke Books, London.

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