These are two nice volumes by Rudyard Kipling. One is Soldiers Three and Other Stories, and the other is Letters of Travel, 1892-1913. They are bound in soft red leather, and Letters was published in 1920, and Soldiers in 1924. The books have gilt edged pages, and the Indian Symbol on the front of the books, is embossed in gold leaf, This symbol was removed from Kipling's books during WWII times, because it looks much like the Swastika. The books are 6 3/4 inches long, 4 and 1/8 inches wide, and are less than 1 inch thick. They are in good condition.
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