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Private Press, Illustrated Books and Modern First Editions

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Lot 20

Bosschere (Jean de).- Baudelaire (Charles) Little Poems in Prose, translated by Aleister Crowley, one of 800 copies, Paris, Edward W.Titus, 1928 & others illustrated by de Bosschère (16)

 

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Bosschère (Jean de).- Baudelaire (Charles) Little Poems in Prose, translated by Aleister Crowley, one of 800 copies, errata leaf, imprint leaf and 4pp. advertisements at end, plates by Jean de Bosschère, original suede-backed cloth, glacine wrapper (frayed at edges), broken slip-case, Paris, Edward W.Titus, At the Sign of the Black Manikin, 1928 § Putnam (Samuel) The World of Jean de Bosschère, number 90 of 100 copies on hand-made paper with an additional signed colour etching, from an edition limited to 1000, title in red and black, colour woodcut frontispiece, plates and illustrations, original vellum-backed cloth, Fortune Press, 1922, t.e.g., others uncut; and 14 others illustrated by de Bosschère, some limited editions, 8vo & 4to (16)

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Bosschère (Jean de).- Baudelaire (Charles) Little Poems in Prose, translated by Aleister Crowley, one of 800 copies, errata leaf, imprint leaf and 4pp. advertisements at end, plates by Jean de Bosschère, original suede-backed cloth, glacine wrapper (frayed at edges), broken slip-case, Paris, Edward W.Titus, At the Sign of the Black Manikin, 1928 § Putnam (Samuel) The World of Jean de Bosschère, number 90 of 100 copies on hand-made paper with an additional signed colour etching, from an edition limited to 1000, title in red and black, colour woodcut frontispiece, plates and illustrations, original vellum-backed cloth, Fortune Press, 1922, t.e.g., others uncut; and 14 others illustrated by de Bosschère, some limited editions, 8vo & 4to (16)

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