22 - 23 March 2005
LUCIEN-GRAUX, Dr. (1878-1944) -- Bibliothèque du Docteur Lucien-Graux. Paris: Vidal-Mégret, 13 December 1956-26 June 1959.
Nine volumes bound in one, 4o (263 x 200 mm). Numerous illustrations throughout. Red buckram, original wrappers bound in.
PRICED in parts II, IV and VI by Bernard Breslauer, who attended the sales. Complete set of the sale catalogues of the celebrated library of Lucien Graux, a prolific poet, novelist, essayist and writer on medicine, connected with the Resistance, who died at Dachau concentration camp. The extremely choice library, sold by order of his widow, contained rare editions of early and modern French literature, important association copies, livres d'artistes, fine bindings, historical and literary manuscripts, autograph music, and illustrated books.
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