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London: Longmans, 1951. 257 pages, 8vo, blue cloth (book has a slight lean), dust wrapper (toned worn and front flap nearly separated). London: Longmans, 1951. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Triple biography of Alexandre Dumas Pere, Fils, and Marie Duplessis, the subject of "La Dame aux Camelias"
New York: Aperture, 1981. Introduction by Inge Morath. Illustrated throughout with fine b/w photos of Paris by such great Magnum artists as Robert Capa, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, all of which were part of a 1981 exhibition. 112pp. Tall slim 4to, gray cloth, lightly sunned. New York: Aperture, 1981. First edition. A very good(+)copy. Photographs.
Paris: Editions des Deux-Mondes, 1966. Profusely illustrated in black & white with several mounted color plates. 412pp with text in French. Folio. Red silk with gilt-stamped spine and cover (faded to orange; faint stain on front cover; otherwise a very good copy, internally clean). Paris: Editions des Deux Mondes, 1966. Limited Edition.
Paris: Hardouin & Gattey, 1787. 2 volumes. 7 folding engraved plates in volume I, 5 in volume 2. lii + 784pp. and 739pp., thick 12mos, half leather over marbled boards, gilt-decorated spines with burgundy leather labels; bookplates inside front cover of each volume, minor and scattered light foxing, covers lightly rubbed, long vertical crack to front cover of volume I. Paris: Hardouin & Gattey, no date, circa 1787. A very good (+) set. Incorrect title pages from "Guide des amateurs.....