Winston S. Churchill in Correspondence and Photographs

More ephemeral, more candid, more distinctly in and of the moment, correspondence and photographs are able to impart a vital sense of things that no acclaimed book or carefully crafted speech – however Churchillian in its mastery - can quite capture.
Hence this catalogue featuring Winston S. Churchill in correspondence and photographs, featuring 40 items spanning nearly the entirety of Churchill’s twentieth century experience, from 1903 to 1965.

Twentieth Century Giants

Signed or inscribed material by or about icons of twentieth century leadership and literature.

An Extraordinary Signed WWII Photograph

Prime Minister Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill visiting the First Canadian Army and General Henry Duncan Graham “Harry” Crerar at the Western Front inside the German border, accompanied by Field Marshal Alan Francis Brooke and Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery. Signed by Churchill, Crerar, Brooke, and Montgomery . Taken on 4 March 1945, this a Canadian Military photograph marked “SECRET NOT TO BE PUBLISHED".

Inscribed second printing hardcover India - 2017

One item - an inscribed copy of the second impression of the hardcover edition of India, exceptionally scarce thus.

Eisenhower's Crusade in Europe - 2016

This catalogue features one very special item - the signed limited edition of Eisenhower's Crusade in Europe, signed by Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, Churchill, Truman, Marshall, MacArthur and fifteen other iconic wartime leaders, with an extraordinary correspondence archive chonicling the campaign to secure the signatures between 1949 and 1957.

Noteworthy First Editions - 2016

This catalogue features items authored by Churchill spanning 1899 to 1976.  All are new listings, offered by us in this catalogue for the first time.  All are in original, unrestored bindings.  All items are noteworthy for condition, association, scarcity, or all of the above.

Signed and Inscribed - 2016

This catalogue primarily features book-length works authored by Churchill and inscribed by him, with a total of 47 Churchill signatures spanning six decades of Churchill’s life, from 1900-1959.