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Histoire de France. 12 volumes.

£300.00

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Published by Hachette, Paris 1835-1858. Leather bound set of this work by Jules Michelet. Volume 1 and 2 are marked 2nd edition all others are unmarked and are therefore assumed to be first edition. The set is in chronological order. Volume 12 runs to 1659 and there are normally 19 volumes in this set.
Each volume has approx 450-700 pages. The binding is half leather with marbled boards with 5 bands on the spine The page edges and inside front cover and end papers are also marbled. The titles are on leather patches on the spine and all are still present. 3 of the boards are detached and two more are very loose. The bindings are generally scuffed and marked. internally there is some foxing but otherwise internally unmarked and binding tight. Owners book plate on the inside of the front board of all volumes marked 'Benjamin Waller' with a coat of arms. There is also a Foyles sticker on one volume.
Jules Michelet was born in 1798 and died in 1874 and wrote a number of primarily historical works. He is credited with the first use of 'Renaissance' to describe the period after the middle ages. He has a staunch republican and anti clerical. He is buried in Le Père Lachaise Cemetery.

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Author(s):
Michelet, Jules
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22x14 cms
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Hachette

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Published by Hachette, Paris 1835-1858. Leather bound set of this work by Jules Michelet. Volume 1 and 2 are marked 2nd edition all others are unmarked and are therefore assumed to be first edition. The set is in chronological order. Volume 12 runs to 1659 and there are normally 19 volumes in this set.
Each volume has approx 450-700 pages. The binding is half leather with marbled boards with 5 bands on the spine The page edges and inside front cover and end papers are also marbled. The titles are on leather patches on the spine and all are still present. 3 of the boards are detached and two more are very loose. The bindings are generally scuffed and marked. internally there is some foxing but otherwise internally unmarked and binding tight. Owners book plate on the inside of the front board of all volumes marked 'Benjamin Waller' with a coat of arms. There is also a Foyles sticker on one volume.
Jules Michelet was born in 1798 and died in 1874 and wrote a number of primarily historical works. He is credited with the first use of 'Renaissance' to describe the period after the middle ages. He has a staunch republican and anti clerical. He is buried in Le Père Lachaise Cemetery.

Author(s):
Michelet, Jules
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22x14 cms
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Hachette

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