Carmen and Letters from Spain; newly translated. With ten monochrome water-colours by Maurice Barraud.

MÃ RIMÃ E, Prosper.

Published by Harrison of Paris, 1931., 1931
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8vo. 175 pp. Original pictorial brown boards, gilt-stamped spine title, original slip-case with printed paper label; upper joint splitting. Good. LIMITED EDITION of 595 copies, this copy "not for sale" and thus out-of-series. The sixth publication from the press; designed by Monroe Wheeler. The stencils were colored by Eugene Charpentier. This is the narrative that Bizet made famous with the opera of the same name. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Carmen and Letters from Spain; newly ...
Publisher: Harrison of Paris, 1931.
Publication Date: 1931

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MeRIMeE, Prosper.
Published by Harrison of Paris, 1931., New York: (1931)
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Book Description Harrison of Paris, 1931., New York:, 1931. 8vo. 175 pp. Original pictorial brown boards, gilt-stamped spine title, original slip-case with printed paper label; upper joint splitting. Good. LIMITED EDITION of 595 copies, this copy "not for sale" and thus out-of-series. The sixth publication from the press; designed by Monroe Wheeler. The stencils were colored by Eugene Charpentier. This is the narrative that Bizet made famous with the opera of the same name. Seller Inventory # GG01463

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Book Description NY: Harrison of Paris, 1931. Beige illustrated boards, spine lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt. Frontispiece and 8 illustrations. Spine slightly darkened, but a fine copy in the slipcase, which has a couple of small marks. This is copy number 257 of 595 numbered copies, of an entire edition of 665. Designed by Monroe Wheeler, the translation is by Glenway Wescott. Seller Inventory # 52537

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Book Description 1931. 403/595 COPIES (from an edition of 665 copies), printed on BFK Rives paper, the illustrations in brown, pp. [viii], 175, 4to, original buff boards with Barraud illustration to upper board, backstrip lettered in gilt and just a shade darkened, t.e.g. others untrimmed, slipcase with label, very good. Designed and published by Monroe Wheeler later the Director of Exhibitions at MoMA where he also continued his publishing activities. Seller Inventory # 59474

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