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    • FEQUET ET BAUDIER AND J.J.J. RIGAL FOR THE BIBLIOPHILES ET GRAVEURS D'AUJOURD'HUI, 1968
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    • Bibliographic details: A gem of a livre d'artiste, with dozens of recipes by the Chevet family--a dynasty of French chefs from the time of the French Revolution until a century later--printed here for the first time. Illustrated with 11 original color aquatints by Annapia Antonini. From a total edition of 150 copies printed on fine Rives wove paper and signed by the artist in the justification, this is ONE OF ONLY 15 COPIES WITH A SUITE OF THE 11 COLOR AQUATINTS ON IMPERIAL JAPANESE PAPER, EACH ONE SIGNED IN PENCIL BY THE ARTIST. Large 8vo. Loose as issued in wraps, housed in the original board chemise and slipca... Read more
    • ATELIER GUSTAVO (GUSTAU) GILI FOR EDICIONS LA COMETA, 1969
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    • Bibliographic details: AN OUTSTANDING LIVRE DE PEINTRE WITH A SIGNED ORIGINAL ENGRAVING AND 12 ORIGINAL HORS-TEXTE ETCHINGS BY PABLO PICASSO. Three parts, complete: a facsimile of Picasso's manuscript; a signed engraving ("Trozo de almÌbar") executed in 1939; the printed text, illustrated with 12 etchings and SIGNED by PIcasso below the justification. The rare prospectus is laid in. Edition limited to 263 copies printed on extremely fine Romani wove paper. Large folio (37 x 47 cm). Loose as issued with each part in original wraps, the whole housed in the original vellum folding case. FINE AND BRIGHT, WITH NO DEFE... Read more
    • SALA GASPAR / GALERIA METRAS / BELARTE, 1964
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    • Bibliographic details: An extraordinary exhibition catalogue, ILLUSTRATED WITH ELEVEN HORS-TEXTE ORIGINAL COLOR LITHOGRAPHS BY JOAN MIRO. From a total edition of 1100 copies, this is one of 1000 printed on good wove paper. 4to. Loose as issued in original wraps, with pink outer wrapper printed on fine laid paper. FINE AND BRIGHT, with no defects. Pristine. Cramer 95. Read more
    • MAEGHT, 1953
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    • Bibliographic details: A spectacular triple issue of DerriËre le Miroir, published to commemorate MirÛ's 60th birthday. With 12 original color lithographs on 17 pages, including one measuring 37.7 x 148.8 cm. Printed on fine wove paper. Folio. Original wraps. FINE AND BRIGHT, WITH NO DEFECTS. Cramer 26; Mourlot 125-136. Read more
    • 1945
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    • Bibliographic details: A MANUSCRIPT BOOK OF POEMS ILLUSTRATED WITH FOUR CHARMING SIGNED WATERCOLORS BY THE RENE GUESNERY (1900?-1974?), DEDICATED TO HIS DAUGHTER. 8, 156 pp. Written in a neat cursive hand on very good wove paper. 8vo. Bound in contemporary quarter morocco and decorated boards. Light wear to extremities of bidning, else fine and bright. Quite possibly the only surviving artifact of Guesnery's poetic and artistic work. Read more
    • (VARLOT PËRE), 1854
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    • Bibliographic details: A BEAUTIFULLY-EXECUTED CONTEMPORARY CALLIGRAPHIC MANUSCRIPT COPY of this extremely rare book. 41 pp. plus etched frontispiece on Chinese paper depicting Troyes by Deseaube after Fleury, and an additional lithograph depicting the Porte Saint-Jacques, that no longer exists (the printed edition was unillustrated). Since only eight (8) copies of the book were printed, it was surely unobtainable to all but a select few--and thus somebody executed this wonderful manuscript copy on fine bluish laid paper, with huge margins. 4to. Bound in pebbled morocco-backed boards. Spine worn but structurally s... Read more
    • CHEZ JEAN PORSON, 1950
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    • Bibliographic details: Four volumes, complete. ONE OF ONLY 24 "EXEMPLAIRES DE TETE" OF ONE OF THE GREAT ILLUSTRATED INFERNOS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Illustrated with 108 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY EDOUARD GOERG, including 36 full-page hors-texte plates. From a total edition of 250 numbered copies, this is one of 24 copies beautifully printed on fine wove paper (specially made for this edition) with two original drawings, two copper plates used for the book, an extra suite of the 108 etchings without text, and 236 proofs of intermediate states (THUS 452 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS IN ALL, ILLUSTRATING THE EVOLUTION OF ALL OF TH... Read more
    • C. LEWIS & CO. (BUT NOT), 1900
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    • Bibliographic details: Two volumes, complete. AN OUTSTANDING SET, IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPS, OF THE FIRST EDITION OF THIS ANONYMOUSLY-PUBLISHED AND EXTREMELY RARE EROTIC NOVEL BY MOMAS. 242 pp. Printed on good wove paper. 12mo. Some wear to wraps, but structurally solid. Pia column 1298 (Pia did not know who the author was); Perceau 204 (Perceau also did not know who the author was). Of the greatest rarity. Read more
    • STEPHANUS ABBAS, 1741
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    • Bibliographic details: FIRST AND ONLY EDITION of this extremely rare Hebrew grammar printed in Naples. 12, 147, 2, 230 pp, printed back to front. Hebrew and Roman types throughout. 8vo. Contemporary quarter vellum and marbled boards. Binding lightly worn and soiled, internally FINE AND BRIGHT. Only two copies in WorldCat. Read more
    • CINO DEL DUCA, 1955-1961
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: Eight volumes. First editions. EACH VOLUME LIMITED TO ONLY 120 NUMBERED LARGE-PAPER COPIES ON FINE LANA WOVE PAPER, CONSTITUTING THE ENTIRETY OF THE FIRST EDITION. Large 8vo. Each volume loose as issued in wraps, board chemise, and slipcase. FINE AND BRIGHT. A PRISTINE SET. Read more
    • ARTHËME FAYARD, 1922
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    • Bibliographic details: ONE OF ONLY TEN COPIES ON JAPANESE PAPER OF THE FIRST EDITION of this major autobiographical novel. Myriam Harry, born Maria Rosette Shapira into a Protestant family (her father had converted from Judaism) in Jerusalem, won the first Prix Femina in 1905 (the prize had been created because the Prix Goncourt could not be won by a woman). From a total large-paper issue of 100 numbered copies, this is ONE OF ONLY 10 PRINTED ON JAPON. Attractively bound in quarter morocco and marbled boards by FRANZ (signed). Fore- and lower edges uncut. Traces of wear to binding, internally FINE AND BRIGHT. Obv... Read more
    • PEI TIPI DI FRANCESCO VIGO, 1869
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    • Bibliographic details: TWO VERY DIFFERENT COPIES OF THIS RARE EXAMPLE OF "NOZZE" PRINTED FOR THE WEDDING OF GIOVANNI SFORZA (1846-1922) AND ELISABETTA PIERANTONI. Sforza would go on to become an important (and extremely prolific) writer, historian, and numismatist. XV, 31 pp. The text is a tale by Giovanni Papanti, a friend of Sforza's who produced this volume. Edition limited to only 80 numbered copies beautifully printed in various formats on a variety of fine and rare papers. Here offered for sale (together) are two copies: (a) One of six copies on "carta inglese da disegno" (English drawing paper), and (b) On... Read more
    • SOCIÈTÈ D'EDITIONS ARTISTIQUES ET LITTÈRAIRES / PAUL OLLENDORF, 1906
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    • Bibliographic details: A LARGE-PAPER COPY of an important early play by Lavedan. vii, 220 pp + 9 heliogravures hors-texte. From a total large-paper issue of 50 numbered copies, this is ONE OF ONLY 10 COPIES ON FINE CHINESE PAPER WITH THE HELIOGRAVURE PLATES ON JAPANESE PAPER. The plates comprise a frontispiece portrait of the author and the eight principal actors in costume--extremely important, as few printed plays from this time include photographs of the characters (and thus of the actors who portrayed them.) The plates are each captioned with the names of both the character and the actor. 8vo. Attractively bo... Read more
    • MANUEL BRUKER, 1952
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: A livre d'artiste with two original etchings (one stylish self'portrait with a palette, and one extremely stylish portrait of the author, a close friend of the artist's) and five original lithographs (one in color, four in bistre) by MARC CHAGALL. Goll's text, a first-person narrative from the point of view of a horse, explores the plight of working people. From a total edition of 200 copies printed on fine Rives wove paper, this copy printed specially for Dr. Louis Schwartz. Large 4to. Loose as issued in original wraps, housed in brown boards (adorned with an original wood-engraving in san... Read more
    • 1950S
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: Signed photograph (13.3 x 8.3 cm) of Paraguayan dictator Alfredo Stroessner (1912-2006, in office 1954-1989), with an inscription in Stroessner's incredibly neat hand. From the collection of Catalan autograph hound JosÈ Bronsoms Nadal. FINE AND BRIGHT, IN PERFECT CONDITION. Read more
    • 1950S
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: Signed and inscribed photograph (13 x 9 cm) of Spanish comic actor Manolo Codeso (1926-2005). From the collection of Catalan autograph hound JosÈ Bronsoms Nadal. FINE AND BRIGHT, IN PERFECT CONDITION. Read more
    • EDITIONS JEAN AUBER, 1956
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: A collection of poems by Leiris with a cover illustration by Joan MirÛ. AN HORS-COMMERCE COPY ON FINE MARAIS WOVE PAPER, SIGNED IN RED INK BY JOAN MIR”. 4to. Original wraps. FINE AND BRIGHT. Signed copies are of the greatest rarity. Read more
    • AUREL & FLEURY, 1824
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    • Bibliographic details: A PRISTINE COPY OF THE FIRST AND ONLY EDITION of this early poem in ProvenÁal about the shipwreck of the Medusa, immortalized by GÈricault. 3, 31 pp. Printed on extremely fine laid paper. 8vo. ENTIRELY UNCUT AND UNOPENED IN ORIGINAL PRITNED WRAPS. Fine and bright, with no defects. Extremely rare, especially in such pristine condition. Read more
    • COLLECTION MÈDIANE / MAEGHT EDITEUR, 1981
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: First and only edition. Illustrated throughout with drawings by Antoni T‡pies. From a total edition of 1000 copies, this is ONE OF ONLY 200 NUMBERED COPIES PRINTED ON FINE ARCHES WOVE PAPER AND SIGNED BY BY TAPIES AND DAIVE. Wanting the suite of four etchings. 4to. Loose as issued in wraps, cloth chemise, and slipcase. FINE AND BRIGHT, with no defects. Read more
    • CALMANN-LÈVY, 1890
    • Bookshop: William Cole (Spain)
    • Bibliographic details: A LARGE-PAPER COPY of the first edition of Feuillet's last book, an important novel made into a movie in 1917 by Jean Kemm. 367 pp. One of only 75 numbered large-paper copies printed on fine Dutch wove paper ("Hollande"). 8vo. Original wraps. Light wear to wraps, discoloration on title-page (and facing page), else a PRISTINE COPY, UNCUT AND UNOPENED WITH HUGE MARGINS. Read more
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