22 June 1999
Ren Crevel, La Bague d'Aurore, Louis Broder, Paris, 1957
etchings with aquatint printed in colours and one etching printed in black, 1957, on Rives, title, text, justification and set of six, of which the etching printed in black forming the cover, signed in pencil on the justification, the title page inscribed in pencil 'pour Pierre Lundholm amicalement, Mir', and with a sketch in crayons, copy number 13 from the hors commerce edition of fifteen (the total edition was 145), with margins, the full sheets as published, in very good condition, loose in paper wrappers with etching and author's name and title printed in red on front, within grey paper-covered boards and black paper-covered slipcase with title printed in red on spine, some scuffing(album)
overall S. 165 x 135mm.
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