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Les aventures de Cotonnet. çcç

Sgur, Adrienne.

Published by Paris: Firmin-Didot et Cie.; 56, Rue Jacob, (1930, 1st or year of publication, "pour paraitre prochement Nouvelle Aventures de C.", general advance notice with no mention of Aviateur); red clothbacked paper boards with full size pasted on plate of Jojo's toys sitting in a field, red endpapers with white triangles and dots in what feels like handmade paper, flyleaf with form for owner inscription, 5 plates, as issued, (6 including the cover plate which does not repeat) tipped in on one side on heavy paper; little red drawings in text on almost every page; 7.25x8"; 49 pp., 1930
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CONDITION: Very Good; Christmas 1935 English child's inscription on form, no other marks; a few tiny flecks on cover and some light soil, 2" crease running into plate; tight and solid, the interior clean with unwrinkled pages and nice plates; 15 francs "15 F" stamped by publisher on rear board. Children's foreign language. French hardback. Ségur's first book, one of three simple stories about Cotonnet, a little toy rabbit. Cotonnet is adopted by M. and Mme Lapinot and tries very hard to be good and to study, but one day he runs away to the pleasures and dangers of the Forest. There he meets mean Jules and his dear friend Jojo and the toys. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /AS, illustrator. Bookseller Inventory # 20108

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Title: Les aventures de Cotonnet. c

Publisher: Paris: Firmin-Didot et Cie.; 56, Rue Jacob, (1930, 1st or year of publication, "pour paraitre prochement Nouvelle Aventures de C.", general advance notice with no mention of Aviateur); red clothbacked paper boards with full size pasted on plate of Jojo's toys sitting in a field, red endpapers with white triangles and dots in what feels like handmade paper, flyleaf with form for owner inscription, 5 plates, as issued, (6 including the cover plate which does not repeat) tipped in on one side on heavy paper; little red drawings in text on almost every page; 7.25x8"; 49 pp.

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: /AS, illustrator.

Edition: 1st Edition

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