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Les Avantures De Telmaque Fils D'Ulysse

Fenelon, Francois De Salignac De La Mothe

Published by Jacques Estienne, Paris, 1717
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526 pages. 16 x 9.5 cm. Twenty-six engraved plates mostly after Giffart, large folding map, engraved head piece. BRUNET Vol. II, pp. 1212-1213 gives this edition praise: "De Toutes les anciennes editions du Telemaque imprimees a Paris, celle-ci est la plus belle et celle qui merite le plus de conserver une place dans la bibilotheque d'un curioux." Text generally clean, frontispiece slightly shaved at margin, raised bands, spine panels richly gilt, half centimeter loss at spine head, small creases lower backstrip, marbled endpapers. Contemporary full mottled calf. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 20110


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Title: Les Avantures De Telmaque Fils D'Ulysse

Publisher: Jacques Estienne, Paris

Publication Date: 1717

Binding: leather_bound

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