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Catalogue Des Livres De F.-L. Schmied Exposes En Mars 1927 Chez Arnold Seligmann Rey And Co.; Suivi Du Catalogue General Des Livres De F.-L. Schmied Imprimes Et Sous Presses Au 28 Fevrier 1927

Schmied, Francois Louis

Published by F.-L. Schmied, Paris, 1927
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101 pages. 30 1/2 x 23 1/2 cm. Forty-two plates with tissue guards reproduce Schmied's original compositions with accompanying text and a bibliographic chronicle of his work . This work created for exhibition at Arnold Seligmann Rey & Co. in New York, and with an essay by J.C. Mardus. Introduction presents a letter to Schmied from Louis Barthou of the Academie Francaise. Limited edition, one of 300 copies. Wear to backstrip, light dust soiling to covers. Orig. printed wrappers. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 16272


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Title: Catalogue Des Livres De F.-L. Schmied ...

Publisher: F.-L. Schmied, Paris

Publication Date: 1927

Edition: First edition.

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