Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a triumph, SUBSCRIBERS' EDITION, ONE OF 170 COMPLETE COPIES, S.F. NEWCOMBE'S COPY, printed in red and black, 66 plates including frontispiece portrait of Feisal by Augustus John (many coloured or tinted, 4 double-page), by Eric Kennington, William Roberts, Augustus John, William Nicholson, Paul Nash and others, 4 folding colour maps, 58 illustrations in text (one colour) by Roberts, Nash, Kennington, Blair Hughes-Stanton, Gerturde Hermes and others, initials by Edward Wadsworth, illustrated endpapers by Kennington, INSCRIBED BY LAWRENCE "Complete copy. i.xii.26 TES" on list of illustrations, and with 'Roberts' amended in ink to 'K[ennington]' as usual, first map slightly creased at one edge, very light dampstain to outer margin of a few leaves, otherwise fine in original dark red morocco by Bumpus (signed on rear turn-in), sides with triple gilt rule borders enclosing central arabesque motif, gilt panelled spine in six compartments with pointillé tooling on raised bands, t.e.g. [Clements p.49, stating that "only about 100 copies were produced at 30 guineas each"; O'Brien A040], 4to (252 x 190mm.), [Privately Printed] for the Author by Manning Pike and H. J. Hodgson, 1926
- Please note that the binding is by De Coverley as signed on the turn-in, and not by Bumpus.