Les Sept Femmes de la Barbe-Bleue, et authres contes merveilleux

By: FRANCE, Anatole

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Paris: A. Ferroud & F. Ferroud. 1921. Illustrations en couleurs de G.-A. Mossa. #679 of 1200 copies (nos 201-1200 'exemplaires sur beau vélin d'Arches, avec les illustrations en couleurs en 1 état'). 244pp, coloured plates with tissue guards and numerous text illustrations and decorations, also hand-coloured. Contemporary half-leather and paste-papered boards, retaining the original wrappers (illustration on the upper also coloured). The leather is badly rubbed at head and tail of spine, and on the corners, the paper across the head edge of both boards faded. Binding very solid. Top edges tinted red, the others a little browned. Very clean inside. Externally good only, internally very good. ISBN .

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