London, South Kensington
23 April 2008
YEATS-BROWN, F. C. C. The Star and Crescent. Being the Story of the 17th Cavalry from 1858 to 1922. Printed for Private Circulation only. Allahabad: for F. C. C. Yeats-Brown by The Pioneer Press, [c. 1927]. Large 8° (244 x 160mm). Half-tone frontispiece, plates, one folding map. Original pigskin-backed cloth, title in gilt on front cover (rubbed, stain at fore-edge of lower cover). LIMITED EDITION, COPY NUMBER 24 of an unspecified limitation.
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