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Blood of the Martyrs: Martyr Ancestors of the British Knights of Malta

£250.00

Product description

Very scarce publication. Red card covers with gilt titles on the front; stapled. Very little edge wear. Light surface indentations on the rear cover which can be seen when holding up to the light. Attached to the first text page is a small sheet with a dedication to Captain P R D Kimm and signed by the authors. Kimm has written a small, neat comment on the reverse of this page to the effect that he has corrected the text according to the errata sheet that was issued with the book (actual errata sheet not included). Consequently, throughout the text, there are several neat, unobtrusive corrections. Illustrated throughout within the text with numerous black and white illustrations of heraldic shields. This is a study of those members of the British Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta who are descended from the English Martyrs.

Item details

Added value:
Very scarce, dedicated by the authors
Author(s):
Swan, Conrad; Drummond-Murray, Peter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
42cm x 30cm
Edition:
1993
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952291509
ISBN-13:
9780952291503
Number of pages:
67
Publisher:
Sovereign Military Order of Malta

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About this item

Very scarce publication. Red card covers with gilt titles on the front; stapled. Very little edge wear. Light surface indentations on the rear cover which can be seen when holding up to the light. Attached to the first text page is a small sheet with a dedication to Captain P R D Kimm and signed by the authors. Kimm has written a small, neat comment on the reverse of this page to the effect that he has corrected the text according to the errata sheet that was issued with the book (actual errata sheet not included). Consequently, throughout the text, there are several neat, unobtrusive corrections. Illustrated throughout within the text with numerous black and white illustrations of heraldic shields. This is a study of those members of the British Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta who are descended from the English Martyrs.

Added value:
Very scarce, dedicated by the authors
Author(s):
Swan, Conrad; Drummond-Murray, Peter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
42cm x 30cm
Edition:
1993
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952291509
ISBN-13:
9780952291503
Number of pages:
67
Publisher:
Sovereign Military Order of Malta

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