[Small formats well bound]. Set of 8 works... - Lot 263 - Kâ-Mondo

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[Small formats well bound]. Set of 8 works... - Lot 263 - Kâ-Mondo
[Small formats well bound]. Set of 8 works in 13 volumes, 18th century (some light browning and moderate russetting). - OVID. Les oeuvres galantes et amoureuses. In Geneva, s.n., 1777. 2 vols. in-24, contemporary red morocco, smooth spine decorated, green morocco title and tomato parts, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet on the edges, interior scroll, gilt edges. Portrait of Ovid in frontispiece engraved on copper by De Launay after C.P. Marillier. - VOLTAIRE]. La pucelle d'Orléans, heroic-comic poem in eighteen songs. London, s.n., [ca. 1780]. In-24, contemporary red morocco, smooth spine decorated, green morocco title-piece, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet at the edges, interior roulette, gilt edges (small snag at the head of the upper jaw). - JAMEREY-DUVAL (Valentin). OEuvres de Valentin Jamerai Duval, précédées des Mémoires sur sa vie. London, s.n. [i.e. Paris, Vve Valade et Cazin], 1785. 3 vols. in-18, contemporary red morocco, smooth decorated spine, fawn title and giblets, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet at the edges, interior roulette, gilt edges (one head cap cracked, slight rubbing to the boards). Portrait in frontispiece engraved by Delvaux (brown transfer to title). - PALISSOT DE MONTENOY (Charles). La Dunciade, poem in ten songs. In London, s.n., 1781. In-24, 299 p., engraved portrait on front, contemporary red morocco, smooth spine decorated, tan morocco title-piece, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet at the edges, inner scroll, gilt edges (spine faded, rubbed headbands, corners worn and repaired). New edition, revised, corrected and enriched with a commentary more complete than all those of the previous editions [with a letter from Voltaire to M. F. de N. (François de Neufchâteau) who had sent him an allegorical poem entitled "les Crétois", dated October 20, 1776, and the translation of Pope's "Dunciade"]. - BERNARD (Pierre-Joseph). Complete works. In London [i.e. Lyon], s.n., 1777. In-24, [2] f., 204 p., copper-engraved frontispiece, contemporary red morocco, smooth ornate spine, black title-piece, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet at the edges, interior roulette, gilt edges (corners and head-cap dulled). From the collection of small formats Lyon precursors of Cazin. Provenance: André Le Caron de Fleury, 1863-1946 (engraved armorial bookplate). - CHAULIEU (Guillaume Amfrye de). Works according to the author's manuscripts. A La Haye, chez Gosse junior, 1777. 2 vol. in-24, contemporary red basane, smooth spine decorated, gilt title and tomaison, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet on the edges, gilt edges (spines faded). Engraved portrait in frontispiece. - MOUHY (Charles de Fieux de) (?). The Memoirs of Madame la Mise de Villenemours, written by herself, and edited by Madame de Mouhy. First [second-] part [only, on 4 published]. In The Hague, at A. Van Dole, 1747. In-12, contemporary red morocco, smooth decorated spine, green morocco title and greeen tomato, triple gilt fillet on the sides, gilt fillet on the edges, inner scroll, gilt edges (corners emitted, spine worn, tail cap uncovered). - DUPERRIER-DUMOURIEZ (Anne-François). Richardet, poem. In London, s.n., 1781. 2 vols. in-24, contemporary red Russian leather, smooth ornate spine, green title and gilt stamps, triple gilt fillet bordering the boards, gilt fillet at the edges, interior roulette, gilt edges, two copper-engraved title-frontispices. Free translation of the Italian poem by Niccolò Forteguerri. That is 13 volumes.
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