Letters home 1914-1918

Paul and George got a bit excited over a year ago and decided to get a beautiful leather bound edition of Captain Arthur Gibbs' letters home. We have given a few copies to Granny / Mum and kept one each for ourselves. Another six are lying in some warehouse printed but unbound. It took us over a year to get the first six copies and we believe it would be up to three months to get more with that lovely leather binding. (We're not Amazon).



Sadly it's not cheap and we would have to ask £250 + postage for each extra copy. (Even if we shift all six we will still be out of pocket). So if you would like one of these very rare editions, e-mail me quickly before they all go! george.keeling@gmail.com.



Stop press: Sold out!


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You know I hope that I have got one for Simon. Rob only wants a photograph, but don't despair, Jim and Tom have birthdays next autumn, David rather an unknown quantity, Trevor like wise, but I shd think they all deserve a birthday present from their grandfather who never gave them one.
Posted by: Jenifer Keeling | January 08, 2012 at 01:35 PM

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