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[19th century literature]. MISCELLANEOUS. 7 vols. - LA TOUR (Charlotte de). The language of flowers. Paris, Garnier frères, 1845. In-12, [2] f., XII-328 p., [1] f., black cloth publisher's boards, romantic decoration in color and gold on spine and boards, gilt edges (spine roughly rebacked, corners dull, boards browned, brown spots). 12 color flower plates. - MARLES (M.de). Wonders of nature and art in the five parts of the world. Paris, d'Emery, Fruger et Cie, 1829. 2 vol. in-12, [2] f., VII-336 p. + [2] f., 338 p., contemporary brown basane, smooth ornate spine, framed frieze to boards, gilt edges (joins split, corners rubbed; russ). Incomplete set comprising these 2 volumes dealing with Asia, illustrated with engraved hors-texte figures (not collated). - Arms binding]. Carnet de notes à l'usage d'Auguste Travers de Beauvert, trésorier de l'établissement Saint-Joseph sous protection de Son Altesse Royale le duc de Bordeaux. In-12, [2] f. (titular, instructions for young treasurers), 4 p. (Description de l'établissement royal de St-Joseph), then unencumbered vellum leaves, empire green long-grained morocco, smooth spine, cold fleurons, royal arms gilt on boards, gilt edges (rubbing). Mark of favor from the future Count of Chambord to one of his protégés, countersigned by Baron de Damas, his governor, and containing instructions for young treasurers and a brief description of the Saint-Joseph establishment, intended to moralize working-class youth. The notebook remains unmarked. - CHAMPFLEURY. L'hôtel des commissaires-priseurs. Paris, E, Dentu, 1867. In-12, [3] f., XII-290 p., frontispiece, contemporary purple half-percaline à la Bradel, brown title page, gilt date and fleurons, cover preserved (spine oiled; russeting). First edition of this famous picture of Parisian auctioneers and regular figures in the Drouot district. Modern bookplate G. Billard. - MURGER (Henry). Winter nights. Poésies complètes. Followed by studies on Henry Murger by MM. Jules Janin, Théophile Gautier, P.-A. Fiorentino, Arsène Houssaye, Paul de Saint-Victor. Paris, Michel Lévy, 1861. In-18, [2] f., 288 p., contemporary purplish half-basin, smooth spine, gilt title and fillets (spine unstained, a few russets). Ex-libris of the La Sauzinière library. - SAND (Maurice). Masques et bouffons. Paris, Michel Lévy, 1860. In-4, VIII-356 p., [2] f., pl., period green half-chagrin, four-ribbed spine, gilt author, title and fleurons, gilt edges, (2 dull corners, slight russeting). First volume only (of 2 issued), illustrated with 25 engraved plates colored after drawings by Maurice Sand. Armorial bookplate engraved A. G. Du Plessis.
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