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"FROM ANOTHER LOVER OF BOOKS AND JOURNEYS"

(STARK, Freya) REYNOLDS, Stone, Reynolds Stone Engravings. London, 1977.

First trade edition, British issue, of this richly illustrated book about the work of famous British engraver Reynolds Stone, whose engravings were used in the books of Middle East traveler Freya Stark, inscribed by Stark to the founder of the European Centre for Disaster Medicine: "For Bill from another lover of Books and Journeys. Freya Stark. Geneva 14/4/1983. PP 40 and 134," with signed annotations on the listed pages identifying particular engravings reading: "Perseus in the Wind. Freya Stark" and "Riding to the Tigris, Ionia, Alexander's Path, The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark," with a typed presentation slip on "Books from John Murray" stationery, reading: "FOR COLLECTION. Signore Gunn From: Dame Freya Stark." $1500.

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"WITH LOVE FROM FREYA"

STARK, Freya. The Zodiac Arch. London, 1968.

First edition of this diverse collection of essays on history, philosophy, the arts, and travel, inscribed on the title page by Freya Stark to her close friends, Jean and Bill Gunn: "by [printed: 'Freya Stark'] to dear Jean and Bill. With love from Freya. Geneva 1985." $1000.

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SIGNED IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION BY FREYA STARK

(STARK, Freya) LA VALLE, Francesco, editor. Freya Stark in Asolo. Asolo, 1984.

First edition of this richly photo-illustrated work about Middle Eastern traveler and photographer Freya Stark's life in Asolo, Italy, signed on the half title by Freya Stark with a stamp affirming that Stark signed it for an event in Asolo in the year of publication. Text in English and Italian. $950.

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INSCRIBED BY FREYA STARK TO HER CLOSE FRIEND, JEAN GUNN

STARK, Freya. A Peak in Darien. London, 1976.

First edition of this concise collection of essays about Freya Stark's experiences as a traveler in unfamiliar places and her meditations on life, inscribed on the title page by Freya Stark to her close friend, Jean Gunn: "with love to Jean—in Asolo in 1981," and with her last name crossed out, presumably to reflect intimacy. $900.

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"TO FREYA WITH FONDEST LOVE"

(STARK, Freya) MOOREHEAD, Caroline. Freya Stark. Great Britain, 1985.

First edition of this compelling biography of Middle Eastern traveler Freya Stark, inscribed in the year of publication by the author, journalist Caroline Moorehead, to Freya Stark: "with love and thank you Caroline. October 7 1985. To Freya with fondest love." $700.

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