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The Marriage Progress of Marie Antoinette. From Strasbourg to Paris (1770). A personal Souvenir of the Queen. Briefly Described. Twenty-five copies, privately printed.

The Marriage Progress of Marie Antoinette. From Strasbourg to Paris (1770). A personal Souvenir of the Queen. Briefly Described. Twenty-five copies, privately printed.

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The Marriage Progress of Marie Antoinette. From Strasbourg to Paris (1770). A personal Souvenir of the Queen. Briefly Described. Twenty-five copies, privately printed.

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[London, Eyre & Spottiswoode?], 1921. (28 x 22 cm). In fine light brown half morocco. [2], 12 pp. With 5 plates and 2 folding facsimile maps.

Limited edition, printed in 25 copies only on handmade paper watermarked "Abbey Mills Greenfield". It describes the set of illustrated maps especially drawn for Marie Antoinette for her eight days' marriage progress from Strasbourg to Versailles in 1770.

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Bookseller
Black Dog Rare Books NL (NL)
Bookseller Inventory #
139
Title
The Marriage Progress of Marie Antoinette. From Strasbourg to Paris (1770). A personal Souvenir of the Queen. Briefly Described. Twenty-five copies, privately printed.
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Publisher
[Eyre & Spottiswoode?]
Place of Publication
[London]
Date published
1921
Keywords
History, Cartography

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About Black Dog Rare Books

Dedicated to the weird and wonderful, Black Dog Rare Books was established in December 2018 by Steven de Joode. Based in Amersfoort, The Netherlands, we offer quirky, unusual, interesting and rare books and ephemera from four centuries.Steven has a BA (Hons.) in German and an MA (Hons.) in Book and Manuscript Studies (University of Amsterdam). Having worked as a bibliographer at the National Library of the Netherlands and as a cataloger and dealer at Antiquariaat Forum, Steven has broad experience in the world of rare books.If you have any queries, wants or comments, please get in touch.

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fine
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morocco
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