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Carmen and Letters from Spain
New York and Paris: Harrison of Paris (1931). 175pp - New York and Paris: Harrison of Paris (1931). 175pp. The sixth publication of this distinguished publisher, designed by Monroe Wheeler and printed in Paris. Wheeler commissioned Maurice Barraud to contribute illustrations for the text, which are stencil-coloured by Eugéne Charpentier, one of only a small number of books illustrated by Barraud. Of a total edition of 595 copies, this is one of only fifty special numbered copies (XXXVI) printed on Imperial Japan vellum and bound in 1/4 morocco boards with illustrated front board, gilt top edge, raised bands, slipcased. A very good copy, slight wear to spine with very small chip to leather spine, leather edges of slipcase lightly worn. A very good copy, rather uncommon in this state.Wheeler collaborated with a number of important writers, artists and typographers to produce some of the great examples of printing during this period. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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