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Paris: Hetzel, 1845. Paris et les Parisiens. 2 volumes, 380pp + 363pp, numerous text vignettes and full page woodcut illustrations, scattered foxing, original 1/2 black calf, ornately gilt spine, marbled boards (rubbed) and endpapers. Paris: J. Hetzel, 1845-6. First Edition. Very Good. The texts, made up of stories and dialogues with Parisian subjects, are by well known writers including Balzac, Gautier, de Musset and Georges Sand.
New York: Chelsea House, 1970. Introduction by Ellery Queen. 291 pages. Small folio, black pictorial cloth, d.w. New York; Chelsea House, (1970). First Edition. Top edges are a bit foxed, else a near fine copy in very good dust wrapper. Presentation copy, autographed by Chester Gould, with a profile drawing of Dick Tracy.
London: Tegg, 1840. With 24 humorous illustrations by "Phiz" and others. 8vo, half green morocco over marbled boards with gilt spine; somewhat edgeworn, old ownership inscription on title page in faded ink, bookplate, scattered underlining and pen notations pages 195-224. London: Tegg, 1840. Second Edition. Very good(+).
New York: Jack Brussel, 1965. Illustrated with 16 watercolors and 84 line drawings by Grosz. Folio, pale parchment boards, matching slipcase. New York: Jack Brussel, 1965. A fine copy in a near fine box. A faithful reproduction of the original 1923 edition. Its publication brought legal action against Grosz for defaming public morals. One of a thousand copies, issued in three states; this one with all 16 color illustrations (it was also issued without the color plates, and also with.....
New York: Jack Brussel, 1965. Illustrated with 16 watercolors by Grosz, loose as issued in a blue cloth folder. Folio, pale parchment boards, matching slipcase. New York: Jack Brussel, 1965. A fine copy in a near fine box. A faithful reproduction of the original 1923 edition. Its publication brought legal action against Grosz for defaming public morals. One of a thousand copies, issued in three states; this one with just the 16 color illustrations (it was also issued as a......
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1972. Illustrated with 100 black & white plates at back. 244pp. Wide 8vo, brown boards, slightly water damaged and edge worn d.w. with sunned spine. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, (1972). First edition. Edges sunned, but still a bright, clean, near fine copy in a good dust wrapper.
London: Strand. 42 double-page plates. Square 4to, original pebbled boards, rebacked in plain black cloth. London: Strand, no date, circa 1830. Overall a very good copy of this scarce book.. A series of engraved cartoons, caricatures, vignettes, and scenes, with captions collected from Heath's Comic Album, "Tit-Bit's" are an imitation of Grandville's Les Metamorphoses du jour, published in Paris, 1829, some illustrations from Gay's Fables, 'Lexicographical Illustrations," and several "Humorous Scraps"