27 - 28 June 2006
[CALENDER.] Le Calendrier de la Cour. Paris, 1764.
12o (105 x 49 mm). Contemporary citron morocco, sides with each with a double-fillet border surrounding a single gilt-blocked tool of an urn with fruit and four birds, the whole occupying the full size of each side, spine gilt-ruled and -decorated, pink silk doublures and endleaves. Provenance: purchased from Emil Offenbacher, 4 November 1959.
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Please note that the illustration reading Lot 372 is actually the illustration for Lot 373.
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