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    Important Collection of French Portrait Photographs

    [Photography]. Goupil & Cie. Galerie Contemporaine, Littéraire, Artistique. Histoire de la Revolution Francaise. Histoire du Consulat et de l'Empire. Paris: Ludovic Baschet, [n. d., ca. 1876]. Folio. Unpaginated. With 26 portrait photographs of noted French artists and men of letters in various sizes. Contemporary half leather with rubbing. Joints cracking and corners showing. Front hinge completely broken and rear held only by threads. Textblock partially disbound with several leaves and plates detached. Abrading and chipping along fore-edge. Portraits include Alexandre Dumas, Victor Hugo, Edouard Manet, and many others. Text in French. Fair.

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    October, 2013
    17th Thursday
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