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Posted in Books,Books,Books article Umbrella cover for a bookshop in London’s Knightsbridge.
The bookshop is located on the corner of the road that leads to Knightsbridge’s old train station.
The bookshop has an interesting collection of old-school, handmade book covers and the author has recreated some of them in this article.
You can find more information about the bookshop and its collection here.
A lot of the covers for my book are from the early 1900s and this one is a reproduction of one of the most famous covers in the book.
It was printed in 1900, the year of the Battle of Waterloo.
The cover depicts the famous British army flag and is one of many examples of these iconic illustrations from that battle.
The British flag on the right is the Union Flag, which is not a modern-day flag.
This flag was first flown in the U.K. on June 10, 1917.
This flag was also adopted by the British government in 1920.
The flag on left is a different flag that has been used since the 1920s.
I like to imagine the British soldiers wearing this flag on their uniforms as a tribute to their fallen soldiers, which I think was a really good idea.
Another illustration of the Union flag is on the left.
The Union flag on this one depicts a red field with an open heart.
A replica of this flag is displayed at the Royal British Legion Museum in London.
In the middle of the image is the Royal Air Force flag.
An illustration of an RAF Spitfire flying in the sky above London in 1922.