The bulk of this month's recent acquisitions list focuses on John Le Carré, this being just a small selection of the collection which includes signed first editions, proof copies and manuscript material. Heinz Rosenberg survived a total of 11 concentration camps and was one of only seven survivors of the Minsk ghetto. His astonishing account "My Four Years of Horror Through The Holocaust", hand-bound and inscribed by the author, is a bibliographic rarity and an object for which words fail me. Other items include the first issue of Robert Graves' Good Bye To All That, H. Rider Haggard's Allan Quatermain novel The Ivory Child in dustwrapper, the rare first state "shoo" printing of Ian Fleming's Moonraker and a few crime fiction books from the library of Lawrence Block.
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Upcoming bookfairs include the PBFA Oxford fair on the 21st and 22nd of April, we hope to see you there.
With best wishes,
James Hallgate

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Author / Artist: Block, Lawrence
Publisher: London: Robert Hale, 1981

First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A very good or better copy, the binding square and firm with a little bumping at the spine tips and corners. The contents are toned to the text block due to the poor quality paper used in production and have a couple of foxing spots to the endpapers, otherwise they are clean throughout. Complete with the lightly creased dustwrapper which is lightly faded to the red lettering on the spine. Not price-clipped (£6.95 to the front flap).

Signed by the author in blue ink on the title page. Provenance: From the author's own collection.

Price: £40.00 Stock code: 14523
 


 
Author / Artist: Block, Lawrence
Publisher: London: Robert Hale, 1981

First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents clean throughout. Complete with the lightly creased dustwrapper which has a couple of short closed tears to the rear panel. Not price-clipped (£5.95 to the front flap). Scarce in the UK edition.

Signed by the author in blue ink on the title page. Provenance: From the author's own collection.

Price: £75.00 Stock code: 14524


Author / Artist: Block, Lawrence
Publisher: London: Robert Hale, 1981

First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and tight with a little bumping at the extremities. The contents are clean and bright throughout. Complete with the very lightly creased dustwrapper. A Matt Scudder novel and the basis of the 1986 film "8 Million Ways to Die" starring Jeff Bridges and Rosanna Arquette.

Signed by the author in blue ink on the title page. Provenance: From the author's own collection.

Price: £40.00 Stock code: 14526
 


 

First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A very good or better copy, the binding square and firm, the contents spotted to the text block edge are otherwise clean throughout. Complete with the lightly rubbed dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£1.50 to the front flap).

Signed by the author (as Lawrence Block) in blue ink on the title page. Provenance: From the author's own collection.

Price: £50.00 Stock code: 14533


First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original burgundy cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents clean throughout. Complete with the lightly rubbed and creased dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£3.25 to the front flap).

Signed by the author (as Lawrence Block) in blue ink on the title page. Provenance: From the author's own collection.

Price: £45.00 Stock code: 14532
 


 

First edition. Inscribed by the author. Publisher's original blue cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. Illustrated in red, black and grey throughout by Roy Ullyett. A very good copy, the binding firm, the contents clean and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the original dustwrapper which is nicked at the spine tips and price-clipped to the front flap.

Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the front endpaper "To Frances / with love / Henry Cotton 1984".

Price: £65.00 Stock code: 14519


Author / Artist: Fleming, Ian
Publisher: London: Jonathan Cape, 1955

First edition, first impression, first state. Original black cloth with silver titles to the upper board and spine. No dustwrapper. A very good or better copy, the binding firm little bumping at the spine tips and corners, the cloth clean with the titles bright. The contents are entirely complete and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. The text block is toned as always with this "shoo" issue due to it being printed on thinner, inferior quality paper and there is some spotting in places to the extreme top edge. Housed in a bespoke quarter black morocco solander case. An attractive example which would happily take a dustwrapper. The third James Bond novel, offered here in its rarest, primary state.

Gilbert first state of text, with "shoo" instead of "shoot" at line 31 of page ten and the text block on thinner paper bulking at 15mm. Rare thus. [Gilbert A3a (1.1).]

Price: £3950.00 Stock code: 14606
 


 
Author / Artist: Forester, C. S.
Publisher: London: Michael Joseph, 1937

First edition, first printing. Original green cloth with silver titles to the spine, in the Rowland Hilder illustrated dustwrapper. A lovely very near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents lightly spotted to the text block edge are otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the original dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and nicked with minor loss to the bottom right corner of the upper panel and a few short closed tears with tape to the underside. Not price-clipped (7/6 net to the front flap).

The first book in the Hornblower series.

Price: £600.00 Stock code: 14607


Author / Artist: Forester, C. S.
Publisher: London: Michael Joseph, 1950

First edition, first printing. Publisher's original green cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A superb fine copy, the binding square and tight, the content with faint spotting to the text block edge are clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original dustwrapper which has the lightest of rubbing at the extremities and retains the promotional wraparound band. Not price-clipped (9s 6d net to the front flap). A lovely example.

Price: £190.00 Stock code: 14608
 


 
Author / Artist: Graves, Robert
Publisher: London: Jonathan Cape, 1929

First edition, first printing [first state]. Original salmon coloured cloth, with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A lovely very near fine copy, the cloth clean, fresh and without fading, the spine tips lightly bumped. The contents are clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the near fine lightly rubbed dustwrapper which has a couple of tiny closed tears at the top edge of the rear panel and is a little darkened at the extremities. Not price-clipped (10s 6d net to the front flap) and without repair or restoration.

An excellent example of the first state of the author's autobiography, a large part of which is taken up by his experience of the First World War, in which Graves served as a lieutenant, then captain in the Royal Welch Fusiliers with Siegfried Sassoon. The long poem by Siegfried Sassoon is present to pages 341-3 (removed from all subsequent issues after the Sassoon's threat of legal action).

Price: £2250.00 Stock code: 14433


First edition thus. The Lamplighter Edition. Inscribed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents with the ownership signature and date of poet, author and founder of Toronto's Harbourfront Author Festival Greg Gatenby to the front endpaper are clean and bright throughout. Complete with the near fine lightly creased dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£14.99 to the front flap). Scarce in signed state.

Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the title page "John Le Carré / for / Greg G / 24.X.96". The author's first novel, introducing George Smiley re-issued here with a new five and a half page foreword discussing how he "got started" with writing the book through to the acceptance of the novel for publication by Victor Gollancz, and choosing a pseudonym.

Price: £350.00 Stock code: 14548
 


 

First edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original blue cloth with bronze titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A lovely fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£16.99 to the front flap).

Signed by the author in black ink to the title page. The basis for the 2005 Fernando Meirelles directed film starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz.

Price: £75.00 Stock code: 14553


First edition, first printings. Three volumes. Signed by the author in volumes one and three. All volumes are in the publisher's original cloth and dustwrapper. Tinker Tailor is a fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents clean throughout. Complete with the lightly nicked and creased original dustwrapper priced £2.95 to the front flap as called for. The Honourable Schoolboy is a fine copy, the binding square and firm, in the near fine price-clipped dustwrapper. Smiley's People is a fine square and tight copy in the near fine original dustwrapper which has a single tape repaired short closed tear to the rear panel and is priced £5.95 to the front flap, as called for. An excellent set of the author's Karla trilogy, the first and last volume being signed or inscribed by the author.

Signed by the author in blue ink on the title page of Tinker, Tailor. Inscribed by the author in black ink on the title page of Smiley's People "For Cecile Walker / with kindest good / wishes from / John Le Carre [underlined] / Hampstead 27 Nov 80" underneath which the recipient has later inscribed (in 1991) to her grandson.

Price: £1750.00 Stock code: 14535
 


 

Uncorrected proof copies of the first edition, first printings. Three volumes. Signed by the author in The Honourable Schoolboy. Original paper covers in the original proof state dustwrappers. Tinker, Tailor is a near fine copy, bound in the brown card covers printed in green, showing light creasing to the spine. The contents with the proof readers name, address and date to the half title are otherwise clean throughout. The dustwrapper is a little rubbed and creased at the extremities and differs subtly to that of the published version in regards to the typesetting and the addition or removal of some words on the flaps; The Honourable Schoolboy is a very good copy, bound in white card covers without printing to the exterior. The binding has a little creasing and bumping to the extremities. The contents are clean throughout and without previous owner's markings. The dustwrapper is a little rubbed and nicked with small chips at the spine tips. It differs to that of the published version only in the publisher's promotion notice fixed to the upper panel; Smiley's People is a very good copy, bound in white card covers printed in black. The contents retain (in print) several of the manuscript printer's or editorial notes. The rubbed dustwrapper with small nicks and a couple of internally repaired splits at the folds differs significantly to that of the published version in design, setting and text to the flaps and the author's photograph to the rear panel. An exceptionally scarce complete set of proof copies of the author's Karla trilogy.

Signed by the author in black ink on the title page of The Honourable Schoolboy.

Price: £1500.00 Stock code: 14541


First edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original dark brown cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent very near fine copy, the binding square and firm with a small bump at two corners, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original dustwrapper which is without fading of the spine. Not price-clipped (£8.95 to the front flap).

Signed by the author in black ink on the title page. The basis for the 1984 George Roy Hill directed film starring Diane Keaton, Yorgo Voyagis and Klaus Kinski.

Price: £475.00 Stock code: 14537
 


 

Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author. Publisher's original light blue card covers printed in black to the upper cover and spine, in the proof state dustwrapper. A very good copy, the binding square and firm with a little toning to the edges and creasing to the spine. The contents are clean throughout and without ownership marks. Complete with the original dustwrapper which being oversized is creased to the top edge and with a single short closed tear at the head of the spine. The dustwrapper differs slightly to that of the published version in the reviews of Smiley's People to the rear flap and presentation and credit of the author's photograph on the rear panel. Very scarce in proof form, exceptionally so in pre-publication presentation state. The basis for the 1984 George Roy Hill directed film starring Diane Keaton, Yorgo Voyagis and Klaus Kinski.

Warmly inscribed by the author on the dedication page in black ink, underneath the printed dedication "and for Harry, from / John Le Carré / wishing him a most / happy birthday and / congratulating him on / the choice of his son / Cornwall / Feb 10th 1983". The recipient is Harry Abley, who's son Mark is the award winning author who worked as a feature writer, book-review editor and literary columnist for the Montreal Gazette. The first edition was published on 28th March 1983.

Price: £475.00 Stock code: 14542


First edition thus. The Lamplighter Edition. Inscribed by the author. Publisher's original black cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents with the ownership signature and date of Toronto poet, author and founder of the Harbourfront International Festival of Authors Greg Gatenby to the front endpaper are clean and bright throughout. Complete with the near fine lightly creased dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£14.99 to the front flap). Scarce in signed state.

Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the title page "John Le Carré / for / Greg Gatenby / 24.X.96 / Toronto". The author's second novel, re-issued here with the addition of a new two page foreword.

Price: £275.00 Stock code: 14549
 


 

Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition first printing. Publisher's original grey card covers printed in green. A very good copy, the binding square and firm showing a little creasing and marking to the edges and some scuffing to the upper cover. The contents with the publisher's glued label (now detached) to the half title otherwise clean throughout. Manuscript emendation to the upper panel in black ink noting this example was sent by Hodder to the Canadian publisher Mussons and replacing the UK price with the Canadian one. Scarce in proof state.

Price: £325.00 Stock code: 14543


Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's original dark blue and red card covers with titles printed in black and white. An excellent very near fine copy, the binding square and firm with the tiniest of wear to the corners, the contents are clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps.

Signed by the author in black ink on the title page.

Price: £180.00 Stock code: 14545
 


 

Uncorrected proof copy of the first Canadian edition, first printing. Inscribed presentation copy. Publisher's original spiral bound bright green card covers, printed in black. Quarto. 342pp. A near fine copy showing only light wear to the extremities. The printed anticipated publication date to the upper cover has been altered in manuscript from February to March. Rare in this form, exceptionally so in presentation state.

Inscribed by the author in black ink on the title page "John Le Carré / aka / David / for / the one + only (alas) / Greg, with much affection / 25 iii '99 / Toronto". The recipient is poet, author and founder of the Harbourfront International Festival of Authors Greg Gatenby.

Price: £250.00 Stock code: 14568


Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition, first printing. Publisher's red and white card covers printed in black. A very good copy, the binding square and firm showing a little rubbing and some toning and light marks at the extremities. The contents are entirely complete, without loose or torn pages and other than the inevitable toning of the poor quality paper used in production, clean and bright throughout. Rare in proof state.

Price: £450.00 Stock code: 14561
 


 

First Norwegian edition. Signed by the author. Publisher's brown and white boards, in dustwrapper. An excellent very near fine copy, the binding square and firm showing very light rubbing at the extremities. The contents are clean and bright throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the lightly rubbed original dustwrapper. Scarce in signed state.

Signed by the author in black ink on the title page.

Price: £150.00 Stock code: 14576


First US edition, first printing. Publisher's greyish brown paper covered boards and red cloth spine with titles in gilt, in the original dustwrapper and wraparound band. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and firm with very light rubbing at the extremities. The contents are clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the near fine dustwrapper which is very lightly rubbed at the extremities. This example retains the publisher's original wraparound band which prints Graham Greene's quote in black. The band is a little worn and toned with a few small chips to the edges but sound. Scarce thus. Loosely laid in is a black and white photograph of the author which he has signed in black ink to the white border beneath.

Both the book and dustwrapper are in the correct first state of the first printing. The author's highlight and winner of both the Gold Dagger award (from the Crime Writers' Association) and the Edgar Award (from the Mystery Writers of America) for best novel, the first work ever to win both titles. (On the 50th anniversary of the Dagger Awards in 2005, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold was awarded the "Dagger of Daggers", a one-time award given to the stand-out novel among all 50 winners over the history of the Crime Writers' Association.

Price: £375.00 Stock code: 14593
 


 

First edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Publisher's blue and grey cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A lovely fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£16.99 to the front flap).

Signed by the author in black ink on the title page. The basis for the 2001 John Boorman directed film starring Pierce Brosnan, Geoffrey Rush and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Price: £75.00 Stock code: 14574


Uncorrected proof copy of the first edition, first printing. Publisher's original brown card covers printed in green, in the original proof state dustwrapper. A superb very near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original dustwrapper which is a touch faded to the spine. The dustwrapper differs subtly to that of the published version with regards to the typesetting and the addition or removal of some words to the flaps. Scarce in proof state, exceptionally so in this condition.

The first volume in the Karla Trilogy.

Price: £600.00 Stock code: 14544
 


 

First edition, first printing. Signed limited edition. Presentation copy. Publisher's original marbled wrappers with a single silver triangle to the top right of the upper wrapper. A fine copy.

One of only 10 Hors commerce copies of a total edition of 250. Signed by John Le Carré in blue ink on the colophon page at the rear and signed and inscribed by the printer Clare Van Vliet in brown ink "This copy is for Bruce Hubbard". Bruce Hubbard (1952-1991), multi-award nominated actor and operatic baritone.

Price: £300.00 Stock code: 14547


An autograph letter signed from John Le Carré regarding the retirement of George Smiley. Written in black ink on the author's letterhead and dated 19th November 1995 he writes "I think George Smiley has earned his retirement now, and I must write about other people and other times. But thank you for wanting him back, which is the greatest compliment you can pay him - Best wishes John Le Carré". Together with an original ink caricature of John Le Carré in pencil and black ink on white paper, signed by the artist Chas. bottom right. The drawing is also inscribed by the subject in black in at the upper right corner "For Phil Smallwood with my good wishes and thanks for his support! - John Le Carré, London Feb 21 1991". Both items are presented side by side within a white card mount. Condition is excellent, the letter with a single horizontal fold otherwise both in fine condition.

At the time of writing the letter, George Smiley had been retired for 5 years (after The Secret Pilgrim) and would remain so for another 20 or so until returning in Le Carré's 2017 thriller A Legacy of Spies.

Price: £750.00 Stock code: 14588
 


 

First edition, first printing. Publisher's original grey cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the original dustwrapper which is without loss or tears and shows just a little toning to the white areas and a hint of fading to the spine. Not price-clipped (10s 6d net to the front flap). An attractive example, without repair or restoration.

Price: £1450.00 Stock code: 14534


Author / Artist: Murdoch, Iris
Publisher: London: Chatto & Windus, 1978

First edition, first printing. Original aquamarine cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A lovely fine copy, the binding square and tight, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the fine original bright and clean dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (£5.50 net to the front flap).

A superb example of the author's Booker Prize winning novel.

Price: £125.00 Stock code: 14585
 


 
Author / Artist: Rattigan, Terence
Publisher: London: Hamish Hamilton, 1955

Second impression of the 1955 first edition. Publisher's original blue cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A very good or better copy, the binding square and firm, with some fading of the spine. The contents are entirely complete and without loose or torn pages, the text block edges are a little spotted otherwise clean throughout. Complete with the original photo-illustrated dustwrapper which is spotted to the edges. Not price-clipped (8s 6d net to the front flap). Together with an original program for the September 1954 play at St. James's Theatre, London. The program is a little rubbed and creased with a horizontal fold which is worn at the ends.

Inscribed on the front endpaper by Terence Rattigan in blue ink to Phyllis Neilson-Terry (who plays the snobbish widow, Mrs. Railton-Bell) "To my dearest Phyllis Nielson- Railton Terry - Bell / with gratitude / Terry". Also inscribed by the director Peter Glenville "With love and appreciation / Peter x" and the producer Stephen Mitchell "Also with love Stephen M". Further signed or inscribed by the entire cast: Marion Fawcett; Jane Eccles; May Hallatt; Priscilla Morgan; Aubrey Mather; Margaret Leighton; Beryl Measor; Eric Portman; Basil Henson; Patricia Raine; Phyllis Neilson-Terry.

Price: £210.00 Stock code: 14603


First edition, first printing. Publisher's original brown cloth with titles in blind to the upper board and gilt to the spine, in dustwrapper. With four illustrations by A. C. Michael, the frontispiece in colour. An excellent very good or better copy, the binding square and firm, the cloth and gilt very bright. The contents with spotting to the text block edge and faint tape shadow to the endpapers are complete and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. All four illustrations are present as called for and in fine condition. Complete with the rare original dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and nicked with small chips to the spine tips and several short closed tears with associated creasing. A very attractive example this Allan Quatermain novel.

(Whatmore: F43)

Price: £1100.00 Stock code: 14605
 


 

First edition. Inscribed by the author. Hand-bound in blue and white striped cloth with labels taped to the upper cover. Typescript. [iii]+240pp + 43pp black and white illustrations, document facsimiles, maps. Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the front blank "To Mr and Mrs Gowary / May the tragedy of the Holocaust / bring people together to create a / better world for generations to come / with kind regards / Henry L. Robertson / NY 6.13.83". An astonishing first hand account of the atrocities committed by Nazis during 1941 - 1945, surviving a total of 11 concentration camps, and being one of only seven survivors of the Minsk ghetto. The author immigrated to the United States of America in 1949 and assumed the name of Henry L. Robertson. There are no words this cataloguer can find to do justice to this object and the story it contains.

Rare, not a single copy on Copac and World Cat OCLC shows just two copies: University of Southern California and University of Texas.

Price: £1750.00 Stock code: 14520


Author / Artist: Stout, Rex
Publisher: New York: The Viking Press, 1948

First edition, first printing. Original grey cloth with titles in red and green to the upper board and spine, in the Bill English designed dustwrapper. Red top-stain. An excellent near fine copy, the binding firm and square, the contents with very light spotting of the endpapers are otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked dustwrapper which is a little creased to the upper edge of the front panel. Not price-clipped ($2.50 to the upper front flap).

Price: £85.00 Stock code: 14586
 


 
Author / Artist: Stout, Rex
Publisher: New York: The Viking Press, 1969

First edition, first printing. Original blue paper covered boards, dark blue cloth spine with titles in green silver and blue, in the S. A. Summit designed dustwrapper. A better than very good copy, the binding square with very light bumping at the extremities. The contents are clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the near fine lightly rubbed dustwrapper. Not price-clipped ($4.50 to the upper front flap).

Price: £45.00 Stock code: 14587


First edition, first printing. Trade issue. Publisher's original blue cloth with white titles to the upper board, in dustwrapper. Illustrated throughout. An excellent very near fine copy, the binding clean, square and firm, the contents clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the rubbed and nicked original dustwrapper which has a few tiny chips and closed tears at the spine tips and fold corners. An attractive example, scarce in the dustwrapper.

Price: £450.00 Stock code: 14601
 


 

First edition, first printing. Publisher's original orange cloth with black titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A very good copy indeed, the binding square and firm with a little bumping at the spine tips. The contents with a neat previous owner's ink name to the front free endpaper are otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked original dustwrapper which remains bright and attractive. Not price-clipped (8s 6d net to the front flap).

Price: £250.00 Stock code: 14602


Author / Artist: Woolf, Virginia
Publisher: London: The Hogarth Press, 1947

First edition, first printing. Original purple cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in the Vanessa Bell illustrated dustwrapper. A better than very good copy, the binding square and firm with a little bumping at the extremities. The contents with a small previous owner's name stamp to the front endpaper are otherwise clean and bright throughout. Complete with the rubbed, nicked and faded dustwrapper which is lightly chipped at the spine tips and has a scrape to the upper panel. Not price-clipped (10s 6d net to the front flap).

Price: £45.00 Stock code: 14516
 

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