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[CALENDER.] Le Calendrier de la Cour. Paris, 1768.
12o (108 x 55 mm). Contemporary French embroidered binding of gren silk, gilt-metal thread and spangles forming an outer border and floral design on sides, a central coat-of-arms in varicolored threads at center of each cover (some light rubbing to edges); contemporary mottled calf pull-off case. Provenance: sold Parke Bernet, 29 November 1948, lot 33, Emil Offenbacher agent.
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Please note that the illustration reading Lot 373 is actually the illustration for Lot 372.
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