Paris: Charpentier et Cie, 1884. Tissot, James. One of 30 copies numbered 21-50, this being no. 39 (total... Read More
Philadelphia: Printed only for Subscribers by George Barrie & Son, [co. 1899]. Number 764 of 1000 copies printed on Japanese vellum paper of this Romancists Series. Plates in Two States. An attractive copy of this work.
New York: The Century Co, 1932. First American edition. His first book. First American edition of Saint-Exupéry's first book.
Colorado Spring, Colorado: 1945. Dehn, Adolf. Number 15 of an edition of 250 copies, executed in the Summer and Autumn of 1945 and printed on handmade paper by Lawrence Barrett, each Lithograph has been numbered and signed by the artist.
Paris: Barba, 1833. Early collected edition of the tragedies of Casimire Delavigne (1793-1843), who gained fame with his Messéniennes (1818) and was elected to the Académie française in 1825.Les Vêpres Siciliennes, first performed in 1819, is in a new edition, with a title page dated 1829. Le Paria is a......
Paris: Furne, 1860. Moreau le Jeune. With Plates by Moreau. Demoustier's letters to a schoolgirl on the sometimes delicate and racy myths of the Greeks were all the rage at the end of the 18th century, and his book went through several editions -- with the Moreau plates they are...
N.p: n.d. [ca. 1810?]. Later edition. Demoustier's letters to a schoolgirl on the sometimes delicate and racy myths of the Greeks were all the rage at the end of the 18th century, and his book went through several editions. This edition resembles that cited in Gumuchian (Brunswick, 1796, 4 vols...
Paris: Renouard, 1817. Demoustier's letters to a schoolgirl on the sometimes delicate and racy myths of the Greeks were all the rage at the end of the 18th century, and his book went through several editions.
N.p [Marseille]: Le Cahier du Refuge, (1994). Limited edition, one of 50 copies, "strictement hors-commorece" Inscribed and with an ALS. One of 50 copies of this limited edition for private circulation of fragments from des Forêt's autobiographical work, inscribed on the half-title, "Pour Hanna Charney, avec ma vrais amicale pensée.....
Paris: Bernard Grasset, 1927. First edition, Review Copy, “Exemplaire de Presse CCLXXI”. Presentation copy, inscribed by Maurois on the half title. In addition, Maurois has struck through a passage on the first page of the text.
Paris: Librairie Garnier Frères, n.d. [ca. 1950?]. Doré, Gustave. Facsimile reprint of the original Doré edition of 1855.
Paris: Michel Lévy frères, 1856. Doré, Gustave. First Edition. "Le chef-d'oeuvre de Doré dans le genre fantastique....et puis le format est formdable!" Beraldi.
Paris: Calmann Levy, 1890.
London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1911.
Philadelphia: George Barrie, 1895. Copy #253 of 500 of the Imperial Japan Library Edition printed for Mr. Joseph T. Torrence Chicago, Illinois. Tipped in to volumes 1 is an albumen photo of Dumas and 1 page ALS from Dumas dated in pencil Feb. 27, 1831. "Mon cher Monsieur Caudebert, Vous...
Paris: Anselin et Pochard, Libraires, 1827. First French edition of Edgeworth's “Essay on the Construction of Roads and Carriages”. Presentation from the Translator. Inscribed on the half title (folded) “Offer par le traducteur à S. E. le Cte. de Chambrol, Ministre de la Marine.” Translated by the Baron Antoine Augustin.....
Paris: Librairie de France, 1931. Legrand, Edy. First Edition, No. 131 of 168 copies (tirées sur les Presses du Châtel). An exotic novel, in French, set on a mythical tropical island, and illustrated with 50 imaginative black and white plates, conceived by the artist to exploit all the resources of...
Paris: Les éditions G. Crès et Cie, 1922. No. 59 of 360 copies printed on Grand Vergé de Rives. La Fontaine with Eisen Plates. A superb edition featuring the original exquisite Eisen plates, an improved text, beautiful paper, fine typography, a pleasing overall design in a leather binding to match.....
Paris: G. Crès, 1922. No. 1580 of 1380 copies printed on Vélin de Rives. With 83 Eisen Plates. A superbly edited and designed edition featuring the original exqusite Eisen plates; in a handsome binding.
Geneva and Paris: Chez Lejay, 1771. First edition.
London: Faber and Faber, 1930. First English trade edition.
London: John Murray, 1827. Second edition.
Paris: Rollin Fils & Jombert, 1751.
a Amsterdam: chez Francois l'Honore, 1745. Holbein, Hans. Erasmus's "Moriae Encomium" with Holbein Plates. This translation of Ersasmus's "In Praise of Folly is the most popular french translation by Nicolas Guedeville (c. 1654-1721). The plates after Holbein (1497-1543) are equally famous.
Paris: Eugene Onfroy, 1781.
Paris: A. Quantin, 1882. First edition.