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- Lawrence SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM facsimile dust jacket for the first edn. book
- 5 in stock
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- Ships within 4 days. Estimated delivery: Tuesday, May 9th
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T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) Facsimile dust jacket for the first edition book SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM Published by Doubleday Doran in 1935 A rendered facsimile dust jacket for the large first edition hardback book. Printed on acid free paper. The jacket was rendered by fine artist John Anthony Miller and archival ink and acid-free paper were used in the work. The jacket comes trimmed, and enclosed in a Mylar jacket protector, pre-folded for and ready to put on the book. Please note: As on ALL our book jackets, there will be an attached signed label on the verso of the jacket signed and stating that this is a facsimile dust jacket, also the monogram "JAM" of the artist, and/or "Facsimile Dust Jacket" printed tastefully near the bottom of the rear jacket flap, and/or signed in pencil on the verso indicating the jacket is a facsimile. Thank you very much for you kind response to my facsimile dust jackets. These are made one by one by hand with great care. They will never be mass produced, and are made for reader and collector alike. I have received many positive comments about my work in making and printing these facsimile jackets. Here is one of them: "John's unique artistry was evident as soon as I saw The Great Gatsby dust jacket. Having seen scores of facsimile jackets, John's work is in a completely different league. The rich tonal quality of the colors is breathtaking and the weight of the paper is carefully considered. He satisfied the needs of the most demanding client, even during a personally trying time. I look forward to doing continued business with him in the future and give him my highest recommendation." Ryan Dohm, Profiles in History I am primarily an artist and take great care in the quality of my work. Thank you, John Anthony Miller.