(Paris, December 1948). Folio, 147/8 in. x 11-1/4 in. Printed wrappers, spine rubbed, very good. Christmas 1948 number, with numerous full-page color illustrations and four tipped-in color plates; one fold-out tryptich with plates tipped on to heavy black stock.
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No. 4944.Paris, December 1937. Original wrappers, very good.
(Paris, December 1947). Folio, 14-7/8 in. x 11-1/4 in. Printed wrappers, some wear to spine, otherwise very good. Christmas 1947 number, with numerous full-color printed and tipped-in plates, including a series of decorated fans.
Paris: 1930. Folio, 14-7/8 in. x 11-1/4 in. Embossed felted wrappers, spine rubbed, otherwise very good. Christmas 1930 number, including the work of F.-L. Schmied, A. E. Marty, Paul Jouve, and others. Numerous full-color tipped-in plates, as well as lavishly printed in-text color illustrations. There is a wonderful (illustrated in...
No. 4892. Paris, December 1936. Original wrappers, very good.
Lausanne: La Guilde du Livre. Avigdor Arikha. First edition. Illustrated cloth, fine, 22 x 15 cm; 235 pp. Frontispiece and ten full-page illustrations by Arikha; Inscribed to Raymond and Janine Queneau and signed by Arikha.
London: Philip Lee Warner, 1910. 1910. Flint, W. Russell. Green cloth, gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Faded; very good. Includes ten tipped-in chromolithograph plates after paintings by Flint.
Paris: Devambez [n.d.]. Arnoux, Guy. Small quarto, 12-1/2 in. x 9-1/2 in. Original patterned cloth, paper label, spine and edges a little worn but an attractive copy. One of 475 numbered copies on Arches paper, illustrated with twelve full-page hand colored plates.
London: Chapman and Hall, (1925). Austen, John. First edition. Black cloth, fine. Dust jacket missing a 2-inch piece at the top of the spine. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
New York / London: Dutton / Grant Richards, 1901. Enlarged to two volumes by the addition of four autograph letters: William Beckford, Lord Delaval, Lady Blessington, and Lord Bute, an original watercolor by John Gendall, and 123 portraits and engravings, many colored. Black goatskin, gilt, all edges gilt, by The...
Prague: Mladi, (1925). Second edition. Original printed wrappers, very good. Photomontage cover by Tittelbach.
Paris: Editions du Sceau, 1946. Aboulker, Célestine. Quarto, original wrappers, slight wear to ends of spine, margins slightly browned; a very good copy. One of an edition of 130 copies, illustrated with 15 color lithographs by Celestine Aboulker. A member of a prominent Jewish family in Algiers, Aboulker's paintings, often...
Paris: Briffaut, 1927. Hemard, Joseph. Limited edition. Half brown morocco, with marbled boards, by Brugalla. One of 1000 numbered copies. Attractive hand-colored illustrations.
Paris: L'Édition d'art, H. Piazza, (1910). Henri Cassiers. First edition. One of 250 copies on vélin (total edition of 300). Handsomely bound by G. Mercier, full brown levant (jansenist style), wide turn-ins gilt and inlaid, brocade endsheets, marbled paper flyleaves, gilt edges, original wrappers preserved, matching slipcase. Fine condition.
Berlin: Welt-Verlag, 1922. W.N. Massjutin. Boards, cloth back. 8 original woodcuts by Massjutin. 61 pp. 30 x 24 cm. Very good with some little wear to the board edges.
Paris: A. Fayard, 1948. Hermann-Paul. 16 illustrations by Hermann-Paul. "16 bois originaux de Hermann-Paul." Softbound in orange paper with woodcut illustrations, 94 pp. with bw illustrations. Very good. 24 X 19 cm.
Paris: André Delpeuch, 1925. Dufy, Raoul. First edition, regular paper copy. 4 p.l., -264 p.20x14 cm.. Boards, with leather spine; some browning to the text paper, else fine.
Paris: G. and A. Mornay, 1923. Sauvage, Sylvain. Original printed wrappers, unopened, slight wear to hinges else a fine copy. The second work illustrated by Sauvage, he himself chose the text, in response to the publisher's request. He designed the covers, the frontispiece for the work and one for each...
Paris: L'Edition d'Art H. Piazza, (1929). Fargeot, Ferdinand. 4to, wrappers, 348, (4) pp. Spine very slightly browned but a fine copy. Limited, numbered edition.
Paris: Nicolle, Dabot, Corbet, 1816. Six volumes in three. Contemporary speckled calt, gilt, gilt edges.Hinges cracked, and extremities worn, but internally a very good copy of this attractive edition, illustrated with 72 engravings.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1933. Thomson, Hugh. Lacking slipcase, cover dustmarked. One of 1500 numbered copies. Printed by Robert Gibbings from handset Golden Cockerel type (designed by Eric Gill). Thomson passed away before the publication of this edition.
Paris: Lapina, 1922. Hémard, Joseph. 4°, XXIV + 407 p., Illustrated with 19 hors-texte color plates and 120 illustrations in the text, colored by the pochoir (stencil) process. Copy number 126 signed by Hemard, from a total edition of 521. Parchment covers, top edge gilt, others uncut, in fine condition...
Paris: Editions de l'oeil, (1956). Ernst, Max. New edition, one of 1000 numbered copies. Original wappers and glassine. Fine condition, without the original collage.
[New York]: The Black Sun Press, 1943. Augmented edition. 44 p., 5 l. incl. front., 26 cm. Original printed boards, text paper browned as usual, ownership stamp on front endpaper, otherwise an unusually fine copy in the original pink unprinted dust jacket. English translation at top of page, French text...
Grenoble: Marcel Besson / Editions de L'Imprimerie Générale, (1943). Guilmin, Andre. Folio, 9-7/8 x 12-3/4 inches, original wrappers, a few light spots on the wrapper, but a fine copy in publisher's folder. No. 258 of 730 copies on vélin blanc, from a total edition of 750. Illustrations, inspired by literary.....