L'Architecture, 1931. Hardcover. Includes all twelve issues from 1931. Ex-library with stamps and label to endpapers, title page, and some interior pages. Bound in black cloth with brown leather title label to spine. Rubbing to title label and wear / fraying to spine ends and corners of boards. Browning and chipping to edges of some pages. Clean overall aside from library stamps. Includes many black and white photographic illustrations. 360 pages plus 456 pages. ARCH/050619. Very Good.
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L'Architecture, 1932. Hardcover. Includes all twelve issues from 1932. Ex-library with stamps to title page and some interior pages. Bound in black cloth with brown leather title label to spine. Rubbing and chipping to title label. Fraying and wear to book cloth along both hinges, corners, and edges of boards. Front hinge is starting. Browning and chipping to edges of some pages. Clean overall aside from library stamps. Includes many black and white photographic illustrations. 384 pages plus 468 pages. ARCH/050619. Very Good.
Paris: L'Avenir Graphique, 1974. Very good minus. Oblong octavo. Bound in side-stapled paper wrappers with title to front panel. Previous owner's writing to front wrapper in pen. Light foxing to wrappers. Photographic illustrations to interior, including images of old cameras. [16 pages.] French. FRE111101.
Paris: Chez la Veuve Desaint, 1775. Hardcover. Bound in contemporary mottled brown leather with gilt designs to spine along with red title label. Missing free front endpaper and last page of the "Approbation" in rear. Interior is in very good condition with tight textblock and foxing. A few pages in middle have light dampstaining to margins and edges of text. Antiquated signature of previous owner in pen on the front endpage and title page. An attractive book. 437 pages. REL/033010. Very Good.
Paris: Bibliotheque des Curieux, 1909. Hardcover. Very good rebound in brown cloth covered boards with gilt titles to maroon leather title labels on spines. Minor rubbing to spine labels. Light bumping to corners and spine ends. Decorative end pages. Light yellowing to pages. Text is clean and bright. In French. French Language. FRE110171 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Very Good.
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1913. Hardcover. 12mo. In red 3/4 leather with dark marbled paper covered boards with gilt title stamp to banded spine. Minor overall edgewear to boards, front outer hinge very tender and nearly detatched. A few light margin notes in pencil. Interior is otherwise very clean with very clean black and white illustrated frontis and title page with original tissue guard. Gilt top edge with untrimmed edges to fore and bottom. 226 pages. French Language. FRE/082306. Very Good Minus.
Paris: P. Didot L'Aine, 1822. Hardcover. Very good minus full brown leather tiny volume (5.4 x 3.4 x 0.8), gilt tooling around board edges, marbled endpapers and edges. Lacks leather spine, has been reinforced with maroon tape, which also covers the hinges. Handwritten label to spine. Inner hinges have been reinforced with brown tape as well, split near front hinge at half-title page but the maroon tape on the outside keeps it together (half-title is loose, but still bound into textblock). Laid-paper interior is lightly browned but text remains bright. Only minor foxing throughout. In French. 238 pages. French. FRE/12043. Very Good -.
Paris: Freres Barbou, No date. Circa late 1700s. Hardcover. Good brown leather covered boards with gilt tooling to spine. Spine label is missing. Chipping and creasing to leather on spine and corners. Crack to spine. Marble endpapers. Previous owner's bookplate to front paste down. Endpapers foxed, page edges lightly spotted but tight binding and clean text, especially for its age. Includes fold out map. 536 pages. French History. FRELANG/3043. Very Good.
Paris and London: The Berlitz School, 1916. Hardcover. Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Browning to spine panel and edges of boards. Minor wear to hinges and edges of boards. Illustrated with some illustrations in full color. Occasional smudge marks to interior but clean overall. A few previous owner markings to endpapers. In addition to lessons, it includes readings, basic vocabulary, and six songs in French with musical scores. 112 pages. CHILD/062520. Very Good.
Paris: Editions de la Sirene, 1923. Paperback. 1 of 200 numbered copies. Grey paper wrappers with black title to spine. Creases to spine. Minor and edgewear to exterior. Clean, bright interior with several illustrations. Includes poetry, essays, and more. 231 pages. In French. FRE/080608. Very Good.
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1928. Hardcover. 8vo. Black cloth backed, orange paper covered boards with grey title to front board and gilt title to spine. Rubbing to edges and boards. Bumping to spine ends and corners. Previous owner's signature to front free end paper and notes to rear end pages.. Minor foxing to margins and a few areas of underlining to text. Else is clean and bright. 257 pages. French Language. FRELANG/103015. Very Good.
Paris: Chez Barbou, 1771. Hardcover. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet (1627 – 1704) was a French bishop and theologian, renowned for his sermons and other French addresses. He has been considered by many to be one of the most brilliant orators of all time and a masterly French stylist. Court preacher to Louis XIV of France, Bossuet was a strong advocate of political absolutism and the divine right of kings. He argued that government was divinely ordained and that kings received sovereign power from God. He was also an important courtier and politician. The works best known to English speakers are three great orations delivered at the funerals of Queen Henrietta Maria, widow of Charles I of England (1669), of her daughter Henriette, Duchess of Orléans (1670), and of the outstanding military commander le Grand Condé (1687). His work Discours sur l'histoire universelle (Discourse on Universal History 1681) is regarded by many Catholics as an actualization or new version of the City of God of St. Augustine of Hippo. The first volume covers the subject from the beginning of the world until Charlemagne's Empire. Volume II continues the discourse from the year 800 of our Lord until 1700 [Wikipedia]. Bound in contemporary mottled brown leather with spine compartments with red spine labels and gilt decorations. Leather is rubbed, and bumped. Volume I has a one inch split to the top of the spine and a dark brown mark to front cover. Volume II has small chips at top of spine. Interior pages clean and bright with occasional spots. Very good condition. Measures 4 x 6.5 inches. Volume I:: 510 pages; Volume II:342 pages. FRENCHLANG/031121. Very Good.
Paris: Librairie Militaire, 1846. Hardcover. Good+ in black cloth covered boards with gilt title to brown title label on spine. Soiling to front board and spine. Minor bumping to edges. Marbled end pages. Damp stain to bottom edge almost every page, about 1.5 inches upwards from the bottom edge and branching one inch outwards. This does not Affect the text which is clean and bright. 229 pages. French Language. FRE211011. Good+.
Paris: Didier, 1961. Hardcover. 8vo. Four volume set. Very good in off white paper covered boards with blue title to spine and blue design to front board. Minor browning to spines. Minor bumping to corners. Light rolling to spine. Light yellowing to edges of pages. Previouw owner's name written in pen to front free end pages and a few light margin notes in pencil in volume I. Else is clean and brightClassic study of Ronsard, Du Bellay and the other members of the 16th century group of poets first known as The Brigade. IN FRENCH. FRE4/3252 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Very Good.
Paris: Albert Guillot, (1952). Limited Edition. Hardcover. NUMBER 744 OF 1000 COPIES, LIMITED EDITION. Folio. Very good in beige cloth covered boards with red title to front board. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations thoughout. Ephemera laid in. White illustrated dust jacket with red title to front panel and black title to spine. In French. FRE1/3282. Very Good / Very Good.
Paris: Paul Pupont, 1868. Hardcover. Very good in black cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to spine, modern rebinding. Title page loose but present. Pages 419-430 (one signature) is loose but present. Deckel edge pages. Pags edges are a bit fragile and there are a few small chips to the fore-edges through p. 15. Text is clean and bright though pages are brittle. Index, 626 pages. French Language. FRE1/5260. Very Good.
Paris: Librairie Hachette, 1905. Hardcover. 8vo. In FRENCH. In dark and supple maroon 3/4 leather with marbled paper covered boards and title to second compartment of banded spine. Spine reads "J. Murat." A very clean and sound binding with only the slightest hint of edgewear. Marbled textblock edges. Interior is clean with minor toning. Bookplate to front pastedown. 308pp. FRE/081706. Very Good Plus.
Alexandria: Societe de Publications Egyptiennes, 1928. Paperback. 8vo. Dark green side stapled paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor wear to exterior including chipping and soiling. Wrappers are nearly detached. Writing in pen to front wrapper and title page. Text is bright. 45 pages. French Language. FRE/091415. Very Good.
Paris: Gallimard, 1954. Paperback. First French edition of A House and Its Head. Number 23 of 60 numbered copies on velin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre paper. White wrappers printed in red and black. A few small tears along edges of wrappers. Wrappers are lightly soiled and rumpled. 258 pages. FRE/111416. Very Good.