London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
[SAINT-VICTOR, Jacques M. B. Bins de]. Atlas du Tableu Historique et Pittoresque de Paris. Paris: Librairie de Charles Gosselin, 1822 [-27]. Atlas volume only, 4° (284 x 210mm). 215 engraved and aquatint plates including 31 plans (some mainly marginal spotting and staining). Contemporary morocco-backed boards (extremities rubbed, endpapers detached, lower inner hinges broken). Provenance: Ogden Codman (ex-libris sticker). Second edition. Brunet V, 60-61.
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