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A Princess Remembers

Nick Harvill Libraries

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Vintage; 1970s
Good; book vg, but dj fair, with fraying, tears, large chip.
Country of Origin:
United States
10" L x 7" W x 2" H

Why We Love This

A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur by Gayatri Devi. NY: Lippincott, 1976. 4th Printing. 335 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Memoirs of the glamorous Cooch Behar princess accustomed to unimaginable privilege, literally swimming in diamonds, rubies, and emeralds in an opulent palace staffed with 500 servants, but who nevertheless married up when she became the wife of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Named one of the world's most beautiful women by Vogue .
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About Nick Harvill Libraries

California-based Nick Harvill Libraries specializes in out-of-print and rare books from the 20th century on fashion, design, art, social history, travel, Hollywood, and photography. NHL and its books have been profiled in Vogue, C Magazine, The Peak of Chic, Angeleno, Vogue Living, the Los Angeles Times, and American Express’s Black Ink Magazine. Elle Décor recommended NHL for its “hip vintage books” from a “smart young dealer.”