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BRUNET, Jacques-Charles (1780-1867) -- Catalogue des Livres composant la bibliothèque de feu M. Jacques-Charles Brunet. Première [-seconde] partie. -Table Alphabétique... suivie de la liste des prix. Paris: L. Potier & A. Labitte, (part I additionally: London: Th. & W. Boone), 20 April 1868.
2 parts and the index in 1 volume, large 8o (251 x 158 mm). Later green half-morocco, spine with 5 raised bands, t.e.g. (spine discolored).
LARGE PAPER COPY ON "PAPIER HOLLANDE." Each part is preceeded by a memoir of Brunet by Le Roux de Lincy. Brunet's library was particularly rich in fine bindings by Le Gascon, Boyet, Derome, Padeloup, or important provenances as his collections features many important bindings executed for Maioli, Jean Grolier, François I, Canevari, Henri II, Henri III, de Thou, and copies of books from the collections of other great bibliophiles such as Longepierre, du Fay, Hoym, Gaignat, duc de la Vallière, and others.
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