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PUBLISHER GEORGE HARRAP'S COPY OF MARLBOROUGH, TOGETHER WITH SIX LETTERS SIGNED BY CHURCHILL TO HARRAP REGARDING THE WORK'S COMPOSITION AND PUBLICATION

CHURCHILL, Winston. Marlborough: His Life and Times. London, (1933-38). Four volumes, plus portfolio of letters.

Signed limited first edition, number 18 of 155 sets signed by Churchill in Volume I, with hundreds of maps and plans (many folding), plates and document facsimiles, in handsome publisher’s deluxe morocco—the only signed edition of all Churchill’s works. The copy of publisher George Harrap, with his bookplate in Volume I and II, and with a trove of six signed letters from Churchill to Harrap regarding the composition and publication of Marlborough. $55,000.

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AUTOGRAPH LETTER OF CONDOLENCE FROM WINSTON CHURCHILL TO LADY CAVE

CHURCHILL, Winston. Autograph letter signed. London, April 16, 1928.

Autograph letter signed from Churchill to Lady Anne Cave, expressing condolences on the death of her husband, Viscount George Cave, the Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, handsomely framed with an early portrait of Churchill. $16,000.

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CHURCHILL, Winston. Collected Works. (London): 1973-76. Thirty-eight volumes in all. Centenary limited edition of Churchill’s Complete Works, one of only 3000 sets produced, copiously illustrated with numerous photographic plates, maps and charts. Beautifully bound in publisher’s gilt-stamped vellum and printed on 500-year archival paper. $11,800.

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CHURCHILL SIGNS A VOUCHER TO THE ASCOT RACES

CHURCHILL, Winston. Voucher signed. London, July, 1951.

1951 voucher to the Ascot races, signed by Churchill. This voucher filled out to his son, Randolph, enabling him to watch his father’s horse race. Accompanied by letter to Randolph from one of Churchill’s secretaries. Handsomely framed with a black-and-white photograph of the prime minister. $8500.

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“ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT TREATISES ON WAR THAT HAS EVER BEEN WRITTEN”

CHURCHILL, Winston. The World Crisis. London, 1923-31. Six volumes. First English editions of Churchill’s important history of World War I. “Not only the best account of the most tremendous convulsion the world has ever seen, but one of the most brilliant treatises on war that has ever been written” (Spectator). $6000.

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INSCRIBED BY WINSTON CHURCHILL IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION

CHURCHILL, Winston S. Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale: L'orage Approche. Paris, 1948.

First edition, early printing of Volume I of the French translation of Churchill’s landmark memoir, The Second World War, inscribed in the year of publication, “A Nicole de Winston S. Churchill, 1948.” $4500.

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“ONE OF THE BEST POLITICAL BIOGRAPHIES IN ENGLISH"

CHURCHILL, Winston. Lord Randolph Churchill. London, 1906. Two volumes.

First edition of Churchill’s distinguished biography of his father, with two photographic frontispiece portraits of Lord Randolph, handsomely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. $2000.

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“NEVER IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN CONFLICT WAS SO MUCH OWED BY SO MANY TO SO FEW”

CHURCHILL, Winston. Speech by The Prime Minister. London, 1940. First edition of Churchill's famous 1940 address to the House of Commons at the height of the Second World War, one of history's most stirring and influential speeches. $1350.

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