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    [Limited Editions Club]. Group of Three SIGNED/LIMITED French Literary Novels. New York: LEC, [1953-1963]. Includes: Anatole France: The Revolt of the Angels. Illustrated by Pierre Watrin. Alain-Fournier. The Wanderer: Le Grand Meaulnes. Illustrated by Dignimont. [and:] Guy de Maupassant. The Tales of Guy de Maupassant. Illustrated by Gunter Böhmer. All limited to 1500 copies, each numbered 743, The Wanderer and Tales signed by their respective illustrators. Publisher's binding in slipcase, two with glassine jackets. Revolt of the Angels spine slightly faded. Some slipcase covers rubbed with top faces faded. Glassine sun-toned at spine with some small chips. Very Good.

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    February, 2014
    13th Thursday
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