3 December 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
ESMERIAN, Raphaël (1903-1976). Bibliothèque Raphaël Esmerian. Paris: Georges Blaizot & Claude Guérin, 1972-74.
7 volumes, 4o (318 x 237 mm). Tipped-in colored and monochrome plates, half tone illustrations. Original blue cloth gilt (some spines a bit faded).
A FINE SET of the sale catalogue of one of the most important binding collections of the twentieth century. With the extra part for volume two and a duplicate of volume three in wrappers, without the plates.
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