Paris: [D. Jouaust for] Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1877. Copy number 1 of 20 printed on China paper (of... Read More
Paris: Chez Rosa Rel. Librairie, 1812. First Edition.
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, n.d. [ca. 1885].
London: Peter Davies, 1925. Number 355 of 750 copies.
Paris: J. Tecener, Libraire, 1860. Nouvelle édition.
Les Bibliophiles de l'Amérique Latine, 1931 [actually 1933]. Number 52 of 100 copies of a total edition of 135. This copy was printed for "Le Docteur Enrique Garcia Merou" The Fifth Volume issued by Les Bibliophiles de l'Amérique Latine.
Paris: Truchy, . First edition.
London: Henry Colburn, 1827. First edition in English. In Boards.
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1874.
Paris: René Julliard, . First edition. Ffep inscribed: “Pour Mme. Clementine / Maurice Chevalier”.
New York: The Ecco Press, . First edition.
Washington, D.C: December 8, 1928. PAUL CLAUDEL IN HIS ROLE AS FRENCH AMBASSADOR. Paul Claudel (1868-1955), poet, dramatist, and religious thinker served as the French Ambassador to the United States from 1926 until 1933. Claudel thanks Spafford for some information supplied: "Kindly accept my sincere thanks for thus advising me...
Paris: Calmann Lévy, Éditeur, 1884. Third edition (same year as first). Inscribed from Author to Editor of “La Plume” Magazine. Half title inscribed: “Á mon jeune confrère et ami Léon Deschamps directeur de la Plume. Trés sympathique Hommage. Gustave Claudin." La Plume (1889-1913) was one of the most important journals.....
[Paris]: Oct 14, 1949. Portrait of Cocteau leaning over the balustrade of a rooftop.
[New York]: A Hugo Edition of the Bodley Press, . First American edition.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. No. 780 of 2000 copies, signed by the artist.
N.p: n.d. [later 18th century]. Mansucript on Vellum of a Rare Erotic Work, Bound by Thouvenin. Manuscript facsimile on vellum of a rare erotic work, “Conjectures of Women,” an excerpt from William Coquillart’s legal parody DROITS NOUVEAULX, printed circa 1600 in Rouen by Abraham Cousturier. The work was again printed.....
Paris: Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie, 1862. Nouveau Édition.
Oxfort [sic]: [no publisher], 1760. Vol I: Tragédies de P. Corneille: Le Cid. Horace. Cinna. Ployeucte. La mort de Pompée. Entrevue de Sertorius et de Pompée, tirée du troisiéme acte de la tragédie de Sertorius.Vol. 2: Tragédies de P. Corneille: Rodogune. Heraclius. Othon. Tragédies de T. Corneille: Ariane. Le comte.....
“suivant ls Copie imprimée à Paris: [s. n], 1683”. Second edition. Corneille's Jason & Medea. First published in 1661.
Paris: Garnier Freres, 1877-79. Nouvelle Édition. With 20 hand-colored Portraits.
[Geneva: Les Frères Cramer, 1765]. Second edition with these illustrations. With Voltaire’s Notes and 34 Engraved Plates after Gravelot. An edition famous not only for its illustrations, but also for the fact that its was Voltaire was persuaded the Cramers to publish it for the benefit of a descendant of.....
Paris: chez Lheureux, Librairie, Quai des Augustin, No. 37, 1822.
Paris: Veuve David, jeune, 1758. Thomas Corneille (1625-1709) was the younger brother of Pierre Corneille, and wrote a number of comedies, tragedies, and opera libretti. His Timocrate, a tragicomedy (1656), was perhaps the most successful French play of the 17th century.
London: Richard Bentley, 1852. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED.
Paris, Réimprimé à Londres: Par J. Brettell pour M. Peltier, 1806. First edition. This was translated into English in 1807.