Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Translated by Francis de Miomandre. Illustrated throughout by Berthold Mahn. Complete in 5 volumes (4 volumes plus La Vie de Cervantes). Thick 8vo, full orange polished calf with blind-stamped covers and gilt-lettered spines, uncut edges and top edges gilt; protected in decorative board slipcases. Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Near fine. Limited edition - number 4321 of 7000 copies Despite the high limitation, quite scarce in full leather.
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Norwalk: Easton, 1979. Color frontispiece and illustrated in black and white by Edy Legrand. 682 pages, double column text, thick 4to, gilt stamped burgundy leather, silk moire endpapers, all edges gilt. Norwalk: Easton Press, 1979. Slight scratching to gilt edges, else a fine copy. 100 Greatest Books Ever Written series.
London: Cassell. The text edited by J.W. Clark, and a Biographical Notice of Cervantes, by T. Teignmouth Shore. 118 fine plates and 248 text illustrations by Gustave Dore. Rubricated title pages, xxviii, 737pp. in 2 volumes. Several pages have darkened waterstain mailnly along bottom margin on volume 1. 4to, 3/4 brown leather; nicely gilt-tooled spine, marbled boards, (lightly rubbed).London: Cassell, Peter, and Galpin, (no date, circa 1880). Very good. Dore, the prolific French illustrator, is primarily remembered for his illustrations.....
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1906. Translated into English by Thomas Shelton; introduction by Royal Cortissoz. Profusely illustrated throughout by Daniel Vierge. 4 thick volumes. Imperial 8vos, bound in the original green cloth with burgundy leather spine labels; uncut edges, t.e.g. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1906. Limited "Vierge" edition -- number 137 of only 165 sets. Spines are a bit sunned and labels are scuffed but internally fine.