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Club Des Libraires De France Illustrated facsimile of the 1838 Paris edition, in French. Vignette on title page, and b/w illustrations throughout, with 16 contemporary pull-out (double-page) illustrations at rear, 402pp, plus illustrations, and afterword by D'Albert Beguin. Black covers with white lettering to spine and decoration to front and rear. Silk bookmark. Rear cover shows water damage, which has affected endpapers and edges of last quarter of book, but has not damaged illustrations or text. Spine is sunned, but majority of text bloc is clean and bright. Ref:082091. Reprint. Cloth. G+/N/a. 14cmx20cm.
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