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Manuel du Librarie et de l'Amateur de Livres - BRUNET.-- [BRUNET, Jacques-Charle - 1860. 
Paris, Borbon-Ain, (1860-1880). 8 volumes: [iv], xlvi, 1902 (columns), [v]; [iv], 1848 (columns), [iv]; [iv], 1984 (columns), [iv]; [iv], 1476 (columns), [vi]; [iv], 1800 (columns), [iv]; [iv], 1778 (columns), [v]; xv, [i], 1138 (columns), [vii]; [iv], 1226 (colums), [vii] pp. (thus a total of 6,708 pages). Uniformly bound in contemporary half red chagrin (shagreen), spine with raised bands, in compartments gilt lettered. Illustrated with many wood-engraved facsimiles in the text. Last and best edition of this legendary work. Although obsolete from bibliographical point of vue, and not always accurate, still useful for its collations, learned annotations and the many very rare items described. From sentimental point of vue, a desirable item for every bookcollector and antiquarian bookseller.
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