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D'HÉMERY, Joseph (1722-1806) -- Ernest COYECQUE. Inventaire de la Collection Anisson sur l'histoire de l'imprimerie et la librairie principalement a Paris. Paris: E. Leroux, 1900.
2 volumes, 8o. Frontispiece and illustrations in volume I. Modern cloth, morocco spine labels, original wrappers bound in (labels rubbed).
Catalogue of the collection originally formed by Joseph d'Hémery, ancien inspecteur de la librairie. It was acquired in about 1792 by E.A.J. Anisson-Duperron, director de l'Imprimerie Royale and is now in the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris. (2)
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