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Lot 5

Balzac (Honoré de) Quatre Histoire de Betes, number 20 of 25 copies on Marais with an original watercolour and an additional suite of plates in colours, pochoir illustrations by Boucher, Paris, 1945 & others, similar (6)

 

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Balzac (Honoré de) Quatre Histoire de Bêtes, number 20 of 25 copies on Marais with an original watercolour and an additional suite of plates in colours, from an edition limited to 800, pochoir illustrations by Lucien Boucher, original drawing foxed, contemporary half morocco, t.e.g., others uncut, 1945 § Gebhart (Émile) Le Mariage de Panurge, number 15 of 14 copies on Japon Impérial with an additional suite of plates in black, from an edition limited to 353, pochoir illustrations by J.Touchet, contemporary tan morocco, by Berthet, covers & spine with onlaid pochoir panels, t.e.g., 1929, original wrappers bound in, spines faded, Paris; and 4 others, similar, 4to (6)

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Full Lot Details

Balzac (Honoré de) Quatre Histoire de Bêtes, number 20 of 25 copies on Marais with an original watercolour and an additional suite of plates in colours, from an edition limited to 800, pochoir illustrations by Lucien Boucher, original drawing foxed, contemporary half morocco, t.e.g., others uncut, 1945 § Gebhart (Émile) Le Mariage de Panurge, number 15 of 14 copies on Japon Impérial with an additional suite of plates in black, from an edition limited to 353, pochoir illustrations by J.Touchet, contemporary tan morocco, by Berthet, covers & spine with onlaid pochoir panels, t.e.g., 1929, original wrappers bound in, spines faded, Paris; and 4 others, similar, 4to (6)

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