Agence Francaise de Propagande, 1956. Map. 24 x 44 inches. Map unlined and wear along folds. Album. Cardboard white with beige canvas spine. 4to, 95 pp., corners bumped and scuffed, one of the mail order forms cut out of final page. Wonderful advertisement dossier for Menier chocolate with stories written by Jacqueline. This volume includes all mail order color cut outs, and the colorful large world map.
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London: Benjamin Motte, 1726. Four parts in two volumes, as issued. Engraved frontispiece portrait in first volume, 5 engraved maps, and 1 plate of the Word Engine, decorative headpieces & initials throughout. xii, 148, , 164; , 154, , 155-353 pages. 2 volumes. Small 8vo, beautifully rebound in brown blind stamped polished calf, red leather spine labels. London: Benj. Motte, 1726. Early mixed printing with 1st volume being Teerink's AA (second) edition, and 2nd volume the B (third) edition. Frontispiece.....
Boston: Osgood, 1873. Translated by George M. Towle. 16mo, terra cotta cloth, blind-stamped with the title and pictorial sketch in gilt . Boston: Osgood, 1873. First Edition First American and first edition in English. First issue, with the translator's name not on the title page; red and black title page; red edges; black end-papers. The book has a definite lean and is shelf-worn, but is internally sound & clean.
Paris: J. Hetzel. Frontispiece and numerous black & white woodcuts throughout the text by J. Ferat & engraved by Ch. Barbant, some plates delicately colored. 368pp. Short 4to, bound in 1/2 crimson morocco, red cloth, ornately gilt spine a.e.g. Paris: j. Hetzel, no date, ca. 1910. Very good (+). A very good copy. Les Voyages Extraordinaires.
Forest Hills: Las Americas, 1943. Translated into English by Gilda Massa. Illustrated with b/w cartoons by Chilean artist Federico Ribas. 49 pages with text in Spanish and English on facing pages. Slim 8vo, brown pictorial wrappers. Forest Hills NY: Las Americas Publishing, (1943). First edition thus. Some light foxing on 1st and last several pages, still a very good copy of this scarce book -- the Ulysses of the insect world.