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Oeuvres Complètes Illustrées, Édition Ne Varietur, Volume X : Sapho, Moeurs Parisiennes & Tartarin Sur Les Alpes

£23.99

Product description

French language. Two books bound in one. Half bound with dark leather spine and corners, and marbled purple boards. Very minor edge and surface wear plus a couple of small surface scratches on the boards. Ridged spine with gilt titles on red panels. Marbled endpapers with light tanning to the adjacent pages. Gilt top edge, foxing to the fore and lower edges which are untrimmed. Some foxing on the title pages. The binding is tight and there are no inscriptions. Ribbon placeholder still present. Numerous illustrations, including lovely colour plates. The original card front cover is bound in. Illustrated by Dignimont and Edy Legrand.

Item details

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Half bound with leather, scarce in UK
Author(s):
Daudet, Alphonse
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1930/1931
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
393
Publisher:
Librairie de France

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French language. Two books bound in one. Half bound with dark leather spine and corners, and marbled purple boards. Very minor edge and surface wear plus a couple of small surface scratches on the boards. Ridged spine with gilt titles on red panels. Marbled endpapers with light tanning to the adjacent pages. Gilt top edge, foxing to the fore and lower edges which are untrimmed. Some foxing on the title pages. The binding is tight and there are no inscriptions. Ribbon placeholder still present. Numerous illustrations, including lovely colour plates. The original card front cover is bound in. Illustrated by Dignimont and Edy Legrand.

Added value:
Half bound with leather, scarce in UK
Author(s):
Daudet, Alphonse
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1930/1931
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
393
Publisher:
Librairie de France

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