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Journee de L'Amour, ou Heures de Cythere

Turpin de Crisse, Comtesse (et al)

Published by A Gnidus, 1776
Used Condition Very Good Hardcover
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A Gnidus [Paris], 1776. 8vo, 165 pp. Four engraved plates. Quarter red morocco over marbled paper. An exceedingly scarce work, written by Comtesse Turpin de Crisse with Nicolas-Francois Guillard, Charles Simon Favart and Voisenon. The book is a collection of poems on women, love and gallantry. Outer hinge on front seam split but still sound, tear to cloth at edge of rear board. OCLC 54172181, with worldcat locating six copies held by Princeton, The Peirpont-Morgan Library and a few other major institutions. Tres bon etat. Bookseller Inventory # SP261


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Title: Journee de L'Amour, ou Heures de Cythere

Publisher: A Gnidus

Publication Date: 1776

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Edition.

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