LAWRENCE, T.E. (1888-1935). Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a triumph. [London: Privately Printed], 1926.
4o (253 x 190 mm). Printed in red and black. 66 plates, including frontispiece portrait of Feisal by Augustus John, many colored or tinted, 4 double-page, by Eric Kennington, William Roberts, Augustus John, William Nicholson, Paul Nash and others (Camel March closely trimmed touching border), 4 folding colored maps (with original linen backing), 58 illustrations in text, one colored, by Roberts, Nash, Kennington, Blair-Hughes-Stanton, Gerturde Hermes and others, initials by Edward Wadsworth. Contemporary green morocco, covers with gilt fillet outer border framing a panel border of single fillet, with interlocking corners, enclosing a gilt fillet panel, spine in six compartments with five raised bands, gilt-lettered in one, gilt-panelled with interlocking corners in the rest, pictorial endpapers with Eric Kennington illustrations
PRIVATELY PRINTED EDITION, limited to about 170 "complete" subscriber's copies, INSCRIBED BY LAWRENCE on p. XIX "Complete copy. 1.XII.26 TES.", with a single additional manuscript correction to the illustration list. This copy includes the "Prickly Pear" plate, but not the two Paul Nash illustrations called for on pages 92 and 208, or the Blair-Hughes-Stanton wood engraving that in some copies illustrated the dedicatory poem. In this copy, page XV is mis-paginated as VIII. Clements p. 49 (stating that "only about 100 copies were produced at 30 guineas each"); O'Brien A040.