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The Cohort of the Damned by E. Duplesis as told to E. Trelawney-Ansell publ Sampson Low, c1940 unclipped d/j, rare thus

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Product description

Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd, London, c1940. Hardback, 212 pages with good, rare unclipped dustjacket. The cover, in red cloth boards with black titling to spine, is in generally good, clean and firm condition with a little fading in places and light bumping to spine extremities. Intenally the book is in good, clean, firm and bright condition with just a few small foxing marks here and there and light crease and light grubby mark on page 91. The unclipped dustjacket (shows price of 12/6 net) is in good, clean and bright condition with just light shelfwear to top and bottom edges, very light chipping to spine extremity edges and a couple of handling marks to back. An exciting true life account of the adventures of a young South African soldier who having served with distinction in the 1914-18 war, eventually joined the French Foreign Legion and served in Africa, the Mediterranean shores and Syria eventually reaching rank of Captain before being invalided out. Rare in unclipped, good dustjacket.

Item details

Author(s):
E. Duplesis as told to and written down by E.C. Trelawney-Ansell
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
212
Publisher:
Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd, London, c1950
Title:
The Cohort of the Damned

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Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd, London, c1940. Hardback, 212 pages with good, rare unclipped dustjacket. The cover, in red cloth boards with black titling to spine, is in generally good, clean and firm condition with a little fading in places and light bumping to spine extremities. Intenally the book is in good, clean, firm and bright condition with just a few small foxing marks here and there and light crease and light grubby mark on page 91. The unclipped dustjacket (shows price of 12/6 net) is in good, clean and bright condition with just light shelfwear to top and bottom edges, very light chipping to spine extremity edges and a couple of handling marks to back. An exciting true life account of the adventures of a young South African soldier who having served with distinction in the 1914-18 war, eventually joined the French Foreign Legion and served in Africa, the Mediterranean shores and Syria eventually reaching rank of Captain before being invalided out. Rare in unclipped, good dustjacket.

Author(s):
E. Duplesis as told to and written down by E.C. Trelawney-Ansell
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
212
Publisher:
Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd, London, c1950
Title:
The Cohort of the Damned

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