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Nouvelles: Collection Illustree Pierre Lafitte et Cie.

£16.99

Product description

French language book from 1909. Half bound with cream imitation leather spine and corners and red cloth boards. Spine and corners are superficially grubby but with little wear; there is just a short 1cm surface crack at the top of the front hinge. The red boards have some surface marking and soiling. Gilt top edge. Marbled end papers. Two pages are loose otherwise the binding is tight. Gift inscription on reverse of first free endpaper. A collection of French 19th century stories all bound together, each with a colour title page and each well illustrated within the text. The stories printed in this collection are: Un Coeur Simple, La Legende de Saint Julien L'Hospitalier & Par Les Champs et Par Les Greves all by Gustave Flaubert; Braves Gens by Jean Richepin; Les Freres Zemganno by E de Goncourt and Peche Mortel by Andre Theuriet.

Item details

Added value:
French language
Author(s):
Flaubert, Gustave et al
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1909
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Pierre Lafitte

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French language book from 1909. Half bound with cream imitation leather spine and corners and red cloth boards. Spine and corners are superficially grubby but with little wear; there is just a short 1cm surface crack at the top of the front hinge. The red boards have some surface marking and soiling. Gilt top edge. Marbled end papers. Two pages are loose otherwise the binding is tight. Gift inscription on reverse of first free endpaper. A collection of French 19th century stories all bound together, each with a colour title page and each well illustrated within the text. The stories printed in this collection are: Un Coeur Simple, La Legende de Saint Julien L'Hospitalier & Par Les Champs et Par Les Greves all by Gustave Flaubert; Braves Gens by Jean Richepin; Les Freres Zemganno by E de Goncourt and Peche Mortel by Andre Theuriet.

Added value:
French language
Author(s):
Flaubert, Gustave et al
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1909
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Pierre Lafitte

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