22 July 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
Gerard de Nerval, Aurelia Oder der Traum und Das Leben, Propyläen Verlag, Berlin, 1970 (Cramer books 84)
the complete set of one signed and numbered etching and aquatint in colors, hors-texte, separate bound volume containing title page, text in German and justification, on wove paper, signed by the artist in blue pen on the justification, copy 73 of 150 (from Serie A of 160), with full margins, the etching and aquatint loose (as issued), hinge remains at the upper sheet corners, in very good condition, original white boards and blue paper-covered portfolio with pink and gold lettering (some soiling and scuffing, creasing at the lower right corner). 14½ x 11 in. (368 x 279 mm.)
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