London, Sept 19 (ANI): Fascinating letters written by Lawrence of Arabia have been found years after they were thought to have been burned on a fire.
In the letters, the hero of the Arab revolt in the First World War talks about his love of motorcycles, which led to his death in a road accident in 1935, reports The Telegraph.
Speaking about one of his machines, he wrote: "It's a heavenly bike, goes like smoke and is as smooth as milk to ride."
The correspondence - found when an envelope fell out of an old book - will be auctioned on October 1 in Dorchester, Dorset, and could fetch more than 10,000 pounds.
Dorset historian Rodney Legg, who has written numerous books on Lawrence, said: "It's mysterious how Lawrence managed to balance his finances. He sometimes spent lavishly and at other times wrote letters to friends proclaiming poverty.
"So anything that throws light on the relationship with his banker is quite revealing." (ANI)