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Léo Claretie. Paris: A. Ferroud, 1894. 2 p.1., xxxii, 207 p., 1 1. 76 extra pl. 4°.

no. 1 of ten copies on Whatman paper. Initialed by the publisher.

Illustrations: title-page vignette, 12 head-pieces, and 12 tail-pieces, accompanied by the original drawings in pen and India ink for the same, and by plate proofs in two states; inserted before the text, an original unpublished full-page aquarelle by Lalauze. In all, 101 illustrations.

Binding, by Mercier, of blue levant morocco, gilt. Sides tooled with an ornamental frame of Louis XVth design, the corners tooled pointillé with a diaper of diamond-shaped lozenges containing each a small flower; the whole within an outer border of three fillets. Doublé with orange morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel within a delicately tooled frame surrounded by fillets. With edges gilt over rough, marbled end papers, and lining of blue-gray grosgrain silk. Original covers bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled and lettered, and inserted in slip case.

Jettatura. Compositions et gravures en couleurs de François Courboin. Paris: A. Romagnol, 1904. 2 p.l., 193 1 1. 219 extra pl. and insertions. (Collection des dix.)

Unique copy, in two volumes, on large-size wove paper.

Illustrations: v. 1, original cover vignette and 25 etchings in the text, with the original aquarelles of the same and an original pen and crayon drawing by Courboin inserted before the half-title; v. 2, plate proofs in various states, artist's proofs, three pages of trial sketches in pen and ink, and 3 pages of manuscript relating to the illustrations; 192 pieces in all.

Binding, by Gruel, of citron crushed levant moгоссо. v. 1 inlaid with leather of ten different colors. Sides adorned with foliage and flowers and three frames of ornamental fillets intertwined with scrollwork and surrounding a diamond-shaped floreated centre ornament; symbolic ornaments at the corners. Doublé with olive green morocco. Centre panel within eight fillets tooled in gilt and in blind. Back inlaid and lettered. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of blue silk. Original covers bound in. v. 2, three-quarters binding only. Back inlaid and lettered. With marbled end papers and gilt top. In loose leather protective covers lined with red plush, tooled and lettered, and inserted in slip cases.

a border of small tools. Centre panel within a frame of three fillets and an ornate inner frame of modernized Louix XVth design, composed of small tools and fillets forming compartments inlaid with blue and others adorned with small quatrefoils in red; at the bottom, the monogram of Mr. Spencer. Back tooled and lettered. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of blue watered grosgrain silk. Original covers bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled and lettered, and inserted in slip case.

Militona. Un portrait et dix compositions de Adrien Moreau gravés par A. Lamotte. Paris: L. Conquet, 1887. 2 p.l., 255 p., 8 pl., 1 port. 11 extra pl. 8°.

no. 124 of 150 copies on Japan or wove paper; this copy on Japan paper. Initialed by the pub

lisher.

Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the author, initial head-piece, 8 plates, and final tail-piece, all with plate proofs before letters on wove paper. In all, 22 illustrations.

Binding, by Marius Michel, of orange crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of six fillets, the three inner ornamented at the corners and inlaid with a small blue flower. Doublé with blue silk embroidered with birds and flowers. Centre panel within a frame of six fillets, the corners Back left open and inlaid with a small blue flower. tooled, lettered, and inlaid. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of blue silk embroidered with flowers. Original covers bound in.

Une nuit de Cléopatre. Illustrée de vingt-et-une compositions par Paul Avril. Préface par Anatole France. Paris: A. Ferroud, 1894. 2 p.l., xx, 82 p., 1 1., 6 pl. 67 extra pl. illus. 8°.

Special copy on Whatman paper. the publisher.

Initialed by

Illustrations: title-page vignette, 6 plates, 6 headpieces, 6 tail-pieces, and 3 vignettes in the text, with the 22 original pen and ink drawings for the same, 22 plate proofs of the pure etching, and 22 plate proofs before letters, with remarque. Inserted as frontispiece, an original aquarelle by Paul Avril. In all, 89 illustrations.

Binding, by Mercier, of brown crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of two single line fillets inclosing a third frame inlaid in blue and a border of lotus blossoms inlaid in yellow, white, black, green, and burnt orange. Centre panel within a frame inlaid in blue with semicircular indentations at the corners inclosing scarabs inlaid in black, burnt orange, and green. Doublé with brown mor. Centre panel

occo within a border of small tools. Mademoiselle de Maupin - double amour par Théophile Gautier. Réimpression textuelle de l'édition originale [1835). Notice bibliographique par M. Charles de Louvenjoul. Paris: L. Conquet, 1883. 2 v. 18 pl., 1 port. 54 extra pl. 8°. no. 7 of 150 copies on Japan paper.

Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the author by C. Nanteuil, engraved by Burney, in three states; title vignettes in both volumes by Champollion, engraved by Louis Leloir, each with plate proofs in two states; 17 plates designed by E. Toudouze, engraved by Champollion, and issued in 1884, with 34 plate proofs for the same in two states. Separate engraved title to the plates, in four states, the final bearing the initials of the publisher. Appended in v. 2, 4 trial illustrations by Jeanniot and Toudouze, engraved by Burney, Boulard fils, and Champollion, and issued with separate title in 1885, together with 7 plate proofs for the same in from two to four states. In all, 75 illustrations.

Appended in v. 2, an historical notice of the heroine, specially printed on Japan paper and inserted in this copy..

Binding, by G. Mercier, 1911, of blue crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of four fillets and an inner frame of Louix XVth design, composed of three fillets broken and ornamented at the corners. Doublé with brown morocco within

With

surrounded by a deep mosaic dentelle border of
Egyptian style inclosed by fillets in gilt and a frame
inlaid in green. Back tooled, lettered, and inlaid
with units from the design on the sides.
marbled end papers, edges gilt over rough, and
lining of dark brown grosgrain silk. Original covers
bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled,
lettered, and inlaid, and inserted in slip case.

Le petit chien de la marquise. Pré-
face par Maurice Tourneux. Vingt et un
dessins de Louis Morin. Paris: L.
Conquet, 1893. 2 p.l., v p., 1 l., 67 p., 2 1.
16°.
25 extra pl.

no. 113 of 150 copies on wove paper. Initialed by the publisher.

Illustrations: 24 colored engravings, all with plate proofs in black on India paper. Inserted to face the title, an original aquarelle by Morin. In all, 49 illustrations.

Binding by Marius Michel, of green crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of fillets of one, two, and three lines, the latter entwined with a garland of leaves, and with fleurons at the corners. Doublé with brown morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel within a double fillet plain and a second au pointillé with fleurons and marchioness' crowns at the corners. Back tooled and lettered. With edges gilt over rough,

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Authors, continued.

marbled end papers, and lining of changeable silk brocaded in Persian colors. Original covers bound in.

Gebhart, Émile, 1839-1908. Autour d'une tiare. 1075-1085. Paris: L. Conard, 1908. xiii(i), 353(1) p., 2 1., 8 pl. illus. 23 extra pl. 8°.

no. 6 of ten copies on Japan paper. Initialed by the publisher.

Illustrations: designs by G. Bondoux, consisting of 9 head-pieces and 8 tail-pieces etched by Norrigat printed in one tone, all with plate proofs, and 8 copperplate engravings by Mortier printed in colors; appended, 2 plate proofs cancelled by the publisher, and progressive plate proofs in four states of the plate facing p. 128, the final state bearing the remarques of the artist. In all, 48 illustrations.

Binding, by Joly fils, 1909, of light green crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides adorned with a diaper of diamond-shaped lozenges inlaid with a conven tionalized leaf, outlined in dark green, and separated by bands inlaid in dark maroon. Doublé with maroon morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel within a frame of double fillets tooled in gilt and interlacing in a geometrical pattern. Back tooled, inlaid, and lettered in gilt; at the bottom, the monogram of Mr. Spencer. With edges gilt over marbled and lining of maroon silk. Original covers bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled and lettered and inserted in slip case.

Geffroy, Gustave. La servante. Illustrations de Géo-Dupuis, gravées sur bois. Paris: A. Romagnol [1905]. 3 p.l., 36 p., 2 1., 1 port., 4 pl. 25 extra pl. 8°. (Collection de l'Académie des Goncourt.)

no. 84 of 130 copies on India paper.

Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the author, with plate proof; 20 vignettes in the text, and 4 plates, with plate proofs appended. In all, 50 illustrations.

Binding, by Stroobants, 1911, of olive green crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within three fillets. Inside roll-produced border. Back tooled and lettered. With marbled end papers and gilt edges. Original covers bound in.

Gérard de Nerval, pseud. of G. Labrunie. Sylvie; souvenirs du Valois. Préface par Ludovic Halévy. 42 compositions dessinées et gravées à l'eau-forte par Ed. Rudaux. Paris: L. Conquet, 1886. 2 p.l., xxiv, 134 p., 1 pl. 88 extra pl. 12°.

no. 25 of twenty-five copies on Japan paper. Autographed by the publisher.

Illustrations: frontispiece, and 40 vignettes in the text (one of the designs called for on the title being omitted), with 42 plate proofs in two states, and 4 original unpublished aquarelles by Rudaux; on the half-title, an additional aquarelle by Rudaux. In all, 130 illustrations.

Binding, by Marius Michel, 1902, of citron crushed levant morocco. Sides within two fillets inlaid in maroon and green. Doublé with light green morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel inlaid in maroon with fillets interlacing to form a frame enclosing ovals and small circles, the interspaces inlaid with conventionalized oak leaves in dark green and sprays of buds and flow. ers in white. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of reddish-brown and green changeable brocaded silk. Original covers bound in. Inserted in slip case.

Godard d'Aucourt de Saint Just, Claude, baron. Thémidore; ou, Mon histoire et celle de ma maitresse. Illustré de vingtdeux lithographies originales en couleurs par Lubin de Beauvais. Paris: A. Ferroud

[1908). 2 p.l., 93(1) p., 8 pl. 1 extra pl. 8°.

no. 101 of 120 copies on hand-made wove paper. Initialed by F. Ferroud.

Illustrations: 14 colored lithographs in the text, and 8 on separate leaves, all separately printed on India paper, and mounted; inserted before the half-title, an original drawing in colored crayons by Beauvais. In all, 23 illustrations.

Binding, by Stroobants, 1912, three-fourths brownish-red crushed levant morocco. Back tooled and lettered in gilt. With rough edges and gilt top. Original covers bound in.

Goncourt, Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de, and J. A. H. DE GONCOURT. Les aventures du jeune baron de Knifausen, par E. & J. de Goncourt. Illustrations et gravures de Louis Morin. Paris: A. Romagnol (1905). 3 p.l., 39(1) p., 1 1., 8 pl., 1 port. 37 extra pl. 8°. (Collection de l'Académie des Goncourt.)

no. 84 of 132 copies.

Illustrations: smoke proof on tissue paper of a portrait of E. de Goncourt; frontispiece portrait of the authors, with smoke proof on tissue paper; 2 vignettes in the text, and 8 plates, with plate proofs in two states; 2 additional plate proofs to the plate facing p. 28, 3 to that facing p. 36, and one of two sets of 10 plate proofs on vellum paper, appended. In all, 48 illustrations.

Binding, by Stroobants, 1911, of light blue crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within three fillets. Inside roll-produced border. Back tooled and lettered. With marbled end papers and gilt edges. Original covers bound in.

Gresset, Jean Baptiste Louis. Ver-vert, suivi de la Chatreuse, l'Abbaye et autres pièces. Edition mignardise. Paris: Laurent et Deberny, 1855. 2 p.l., 160 p., 1 1., 4 pl., 1 port. 64°.

Illustrations: frontispiece portrait and 4 plates, by Guillaumot fils?

Binding, by Lortic, 1897, of dark green crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of three fillets. Doublé with light green morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel surrounded by fillets and a dentelle border. Back tooled and lettered. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of light green watered grosgrain silk. Original covers bound in. Inserted in slip case.

Gruel, Léon. Manuel historique et bibliographique de l'amateur de reliures, par Léon Gruel. Paris: Gruel & Engelmann, 1887-1905. 2 v. 3 fac., 137 col'd pl. illus. 4°.

Partie 1, no. 440 of 1000 copies on wove paper; partie 2, no. 129 of 600 copies on wove paper. Bibliography, v. 1, p. 179-186.

Illustrations: 3 facsimiles and 137 reproductions in colors of fine bindings, together with numerous vignettes, initial letters, etc., in the text.

Binding, by Stroobants, 1910, three-fourths brown crushed levant morocco. Backs tooled and lettered in gilt. With marbled end papers and rough edges; gilt top. Original covers bound in.

Gruyer, François Anatole. La peinture au château de Chantilly. V. 1. Paris: E. Plon, Nourrit et Cie., 1896. 4 p.1., iii, 378 p., 11., 1 plan, 40 pl. 4°.

[v. 1.] Écoles étrangères.

Each plate protected by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress. v. 2, L'école française, published in 1898. The above copy of v. 1 printed for Mr. Spencer. In the original paper covers.

Halévy, Ludovic. L'Abbé Constantin. Illustré par Madame Madeleine Lemaire. Paris: Boussod, Valadon et Cie., 1887. 136

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p., 1 1., 18 pl., 1 port. 124 extra pl. illus. 4°.

no. 36 of fifty copies on Japan paper.

Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the author; 18 plates, 9 head-, and 9 tail-pieces, with 36 plate proofs of the same printed "en camaieu" on cream satin, 36 printed "en camaieu" on Whatman paper, and 36 printed in bistre on Japan paper; 16 photographs from a dramatization of the story, and on the half-title, an original aquarelle by Madame Lemaire. In all, 162 illustrations.

Binding, by Champs, of grayish-blue crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within two frames of three- and two-line fillets respectively, enclosing a border of wild poppies with petals inlaid in red. Springing from the base of the inner frame, two conventionalized spears of wheat. In the centre, the monogram A. W. [Comte Alfred Werlé] partly inlaid in red. Double with old rose silk tapestry figured with leaves and flowers in delicate hues of many colors; the whole surrounded by frames of fillets and dentelle borders. Back tooled, lettered, and inlaid with units from the design on the sides. With marbled end papers and rough edges; gilt top. Original covers bound in. Inserted in slip case. Bookplate of Comte Alfred Werlé.

Mariette. Quarante compositions de Henry Somm. Paris: L. Conquet, 1893. 2 p.1., 36 p., 1 1. 44 extra pl. 8°.

no. 91 of 100 copies on Japan paper. by the publisher.

Initialed

Illustrations: 2 frontispiece portraits of the author engraved respectively by Le Nain and Guillaumot fils, both proofs before letters on Japan paper, and 2 vignettes and 39 borders hand-colored by the artist, with 41 plate proofs in black for the same, appended; inserted before the half-title, an original aquarelle by Henry Somm. In all, 85 illustrations.

Binding, by Lanscelin, of orange crushed levant orocco, gilt. Sides within a double frame of threeme fillets with small ornaments tooled in gilt and same material at the doublure. Original covers brocaded silk flowered in pink and green, within fillets and borders of small tools. Back tooled, inlaid, and lettered. With gilt top, and lining of the same material as the doublure. Original covers bound in.

Halsey, Richard T. Haines. Pictures of early New York on dark blue Staffordshire pottery, together with_pictures of Boston and New England, Philadelphia, the South and West. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. xxvi, 328 p., 1 1. 4°.

One of 268 copies on hand-made paper. Illustrations: 163 photogravure reproductions in colors, and 4 potter's marks stamped in the margins. In all, 167 illustrations.

Binding, by the Club Bindery, of blue crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame inlaid in black, with mosaic ornamentation in the corners. Centre panel tooled and inlaid in light blue and white to represent a specimen of the Staffordshire ware. Doublé with blue morocco. Centre panel surrounded by a frame inlaid in light blue and fillets in gilt. Back tooled, lettered, and inlaid in colors. With gilt edges, marbled end papers, and lining of blue brocaded silk. In loose pasteboard protective cover, lettered, and inserted in slip case.

Hamilton, Anthony, 1646?-1720. Mémoires du comte de Grammont, par Antoine Hamilton. Un portrait de A. Hamilton et trente-trois compositions de C. Delort, gravés au burin et à l'eau-forte par L. Boisson. Préface de H. Gausseron. Paris: L. Conquet, 1888. 2 p.1., xv, 371(1) p., 10 pl., 1 port. 68 extra pl. 8°.

no. 14 of 200 copies on Japan or wove paper; this copy one of the few printed on wove paper. Initialed by the publisher.

Illustrations: original cover vignette, title-page vignette, frontispiece portrait of the author. 9 vignettes in the text, 11 head-pieces, and 11 tail-pieces, all with plate proofs in two states. In all, 102 illustrations.

Binding, by Mercier, 1902, of red crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a border of small tools enclosing a frame of double fillets, flowers, foliage, and scrollwork in the style of Louis xv; at the bottom, the monogram of Mr. Spencer. Doublé with red morocco within a border of small tools. Centre panel surrounded by a broad mosaic border of blue adorned with small tools and fillets forming compartments inlaid with orange tooled au pointillé with à diamond pattern with dots of blue at the intersections; the whole enclosing an inner frame of Louis xivth design. Back tooled and lettered. With edges gilt over rough, marbled end papers, and lining of blue grosgrain silk. Original covers bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled and lettered, and inserted in slip case.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The scarlet letter; a romance. Literally reprinted from the first edition. With fifteen original colored illustrations by A. Robaudi and C. Graham. New York: Privately printed, 1904. 5 p.l., 333 p., 15 pl. 36 extra pl. 8°. Unique copy, on vellum. Autograph letter of C. Graham relating to the illustrations, inserted.

Illustrations: 15 colored plates, with the 15 orig inal water-color drawings by Robaudi and Graham for the same, 15 plate proofs in black, and for the plate facing p. 64, 5 plate proofs in different tones and a small trial sketch by Robaudi, mounted. all, 51 illustrations.

In

Binding, by the Club Bindery, of citron crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within an ornate frame of fillets and flowers inlaid in red, white, and black leather. Doublé with citron morocco within two fillets. Centre panel plain; at the bottom, the monogram of Mr. Hoe. Back lettered and inlaid in colors. With edges gilt over rough. Original vellum covers bound in.

From the Hoe library. Bookplates of Robert Hoe, and of W. A. Spencer.

The scarlet letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Illustrated by George H. Boughton. [New York: The Grolier Club of the City of New York, 1908. 5 p.l., 325 (1) p., 13 pl. 13 extra pl. 8°.

One of 300 copies on French hand-made paper. Reprinted from the second edition.

Illustrations: one initial letter in colors, one halftone tail-piece, and 13 hand-colored engravings, together with 13 impressions of the same in one tone. In all, 28 illustrations.

Binding, by the Bradstreet Co., 1910, of red crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within a frame of eight fillets, five broken enclosed by three plain. Doublé with crimson morocco within fillets and a border of small tools. Centre panel inlaid with two frames in dark red outlined in blind tooling; issuing from the corners, sprays of roses, rose buds, and rose leaves, tooled in gilt. Back tooled and lettered. With gilt edges and lining of old rose watered grosgrain silk. Original covers bound in. In loose leather protective cover, tooled and lettered, and inserted in slip case.

Hennique, Léon. Benjamin Rozes. Illustrations et gravures de Vadasz. Paris: A. Romagnol [1906]. 2 p.l., 57 p.. 1 1., 3 pl., 1 port. 49 extra pl. 8°. (Collection de l'Académie des Goncourt.)

no. 84 of 130 copies on wove paper. Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the author, with smoke proof on tissue paper; 13 vignettes in the text, and 3 plates, with plate proofs in two states, and one of 3 sets of 16 plate proofs on vellum paper, appended. In all, 66 illustrations.

Binding, by Stroobants, 1911, of dark green crushed levant morocco, gilt. Sides within three fillets. Inside roll-produced border. Back tooled and lettered. With marbled end papers and gilt edges. Original covers bound in.

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