31 May 2007
Paris after Dark. Introduction by Paul Morand. Translation by Stuart Gilbert. Paris: Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1933. Folio (250 x 190mm). 60 black and white photographs. Original spiral-bound photo-illustrated card wrappers (edge-wear and creases).
FIRST EDITION, THE RARE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ISSUE, also published, presumably simultaneously, by Arts et Métiers Graphiques. With the English title printed in green in a gap underneath the French title, and with the captions, and Morand's introduction translated by Stuart Gilbert. Cf. 101 Books, pp.76-77; The Open Book, pp.110-11; The Photobook, p.134.
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