London, South Kensington
24 September 2008
ADAM, Victor (1801-66). Musée du Chasseur ou Collection de toutes les espèces de Gibier de Poil our de Plume qu' on chasse au fusil ... Première Partie. Animaux de Bois et de Plaine. Paris: Armand Robert, 1838. Part One only (of 2), large 8° (255 x 170mm). Half title, 34 hand-coloured lithographed plates (some plates very lightly browned, occasional light localised spotting). Contemporary red half morocco gilt (lightly rubbed). Nissen ZBI 18; Ronsil 14; Schwerdt I, p.3.
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