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SINDBAD THE SAILOR AND OTHER STORIES FROM

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About this Item: DULAC, EDMUND (illustrator). (DULAC,EDMUND)illus. SINDBAD THE SAILOR AND OTHER STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. Hodder & Stoughton, no date (1914). Thick large 4to, full vellum with elaborate gilt decorations on cover and spine, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed, small area of front and rear lower corners of cover discolored else VG-Fine with original silk ties. 1st edition, LIMITED TO 500 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY DULAC (this not numbered). A most sumptuous and beautiful book, illustrated by Dulac with 23 tipped - in color plates on gilt decorated mounts with lettered guards and with gilt decorations and borders on text pages. One of Dulac's most lovely and desired books and very scarce in the limited edition. Seller Inventory # 31167

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About this Item: DULAC, EDMUND (illustrator). (DULAC,EDMUND)illus. SINDBAD THE SAILOR AND OTHER STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. Hodder & Stoughton no date [1914]. Thick large 4to (9 1/2 x 11 1/2"), full vellum with elaborate gilt decorations on cover and spine, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed, the most minimal cover soil, a Fine copy with ties renewed. 1st edition, LIMITED TO 500 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY DULAC (this #19). A most sumptuous and beautiful book, illustrated by Dulac with 23 tipped- in color plates on gilt decorated mounts with lettered guards and with gilt decorations and borders on text pages. This is an outstanding copy of one of Dulac's most lovely and desired books. Very scarce in the limited edition. Seller Inventory # 36020

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DULAC, Edmund.)

Published by London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1914] (1914)

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About this Item: London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1914], 1914. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in terracotta morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, pictorial block to front board gilt, inner dentelles gilt, dark green endpapers, gilt edges. Contemporary inscription to half-title, some minor foxing to a few leaves, an excellent copy. With 23 mounted colour plates by Edmund Dulac. First Dulac edition. Seller Inventory # 111191

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SINDBAD LE MARIN ET D'AUTRES CONTES DES: DULAC, EDMUND, Illustrator

DULAC, EDMUND, Illustrator

Published by H. Piazza, [, Paris (1919)

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About this Item: H. Piazza, [, Paris, 1919. 305 x 241 mm. (12 x 9 1/2"). 2 p.l., 145, [3] pp. First Edition in French. No. 520 OF 1,500 COPIES. ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE RICH GREEN MOROCCO BY ROOT & SON (signed on rear turn-in), covers framed in gilt with triple rules, the inner rule entwined at corners with ivy leaf terminations, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments formed by double rule and featuring ivy leaf cornerpieces around an inner central panel, wide ruled turn-ins with foliate cornerpieces, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, other edges rough trimmed. Original wrappers preserved. Decorative initials and title page, decorative borders throughout, and 27 COLOR PLATES BY DULAC (each laid down within a decorative frame, and with a captioned tissue guard). Printed in pale orange and black throughout. Front pastedown with bookplate of Joseph H. Haines. Hughey 35h. Upper corners slightly bumped, verso of free endpapers a little discolored (from glue?), otherwise A VERY FINE COPY. This is an attractively bound collection of tales from the "1,001 Nights," including the famous "Sinbad," charmingly illustrated by Dulac in the styles of Persian miniatures and Japanese prints. This edition contains four more plates than the English printing of the same work in 1914, and the text frames and other decorative elements are also unique to this French translation. Between 1907, when his "Arabian Nights" appeared, and 1920, Dulac's works found an appreciative audience. His illustrations have a sophisticated and exotic tone with rich color, reminiscent of the paintings of Gustav Klimt. The London bindery of William Root & Son consistently turned out excellent work, both on fine bindings as here and on trade bindings of multi-volume sets. This copy's prior owner, Joseph Howell Haines, was an avid book collector and friend of Philadelphia publisher George Lippincott. This is an attractively bound collection of tales from the "1,001 Nights," including the famous "Sinbad," charmingly illustrated by Dulac in the styles of Persian miniatures and Japanese prints. This edition contains four more plates than the English printing of the same work in 1914, and the text frames and other decorative elements are also unique to this French translation. Between 1907, when his "Arabian Nights" appeared, and 1920, Dulac's works found an appreciative audience. His illustrations have a sophisticated and exotic tone with rich color, reminiscent of the paintings of Gustav Klimt. The London bindery of William Root & Son consistently turned out excellent work, both on fine bindings as here and on trade bindings of multi-volume sets. This copy's prior owner, Joseph Howell Haines, was an avid book collector and friend of Philadelphia publisher George Lippincott. First Edition in French. No. 520 OF 1,500 COPIES. Seller Inventory # ST12780e

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SINDBAD THE SAILOR AND OTHER STORIES FROM: Dulac illus.]

Dulac illus.]

Published by London Hodder and Stoughton [1914] (1914)

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About this Item: London Hodder and Stoughton [1914], 1914. First edition. With 23 fine colour plates by Edmund Dulac tipped-in on cream stock with decorative borders and with captioned tissue guards, each page of text is also framed by a magnificently ornate border. 4to, publisher’s original tan cloth with turquoise blue floral patterns in overall design, the upper cover lettered and embellished in gilt with pictorial designs of a ship passing a castle with minarets, the spine lettered in gilt and pictorially decorated, floral endpapers. vi, 223 pp. A beautiful and very fine copy. AN EXCELLENT COPY OF THIS WONDERFUL WORK BY EDMUND DULAC. FIRST EDITION. "In the time of Harun-er-Rashid there was, in Baghdad, a rich merchant named Sindbad the Sailor, the source of whose wealth was a mystery." Within these exquisitely decorated pages, the reader finds a monumental display of Dulac’s Persian sensibility and Eastern aesthetic. Sindbad’s numerous adventures, Aladdin and his Magic Lamp, The three Calenders Story, and the Sleeper Awakened Story all come to dramatic realization in these 23 jewel-like illustrations. We see the influence of Persian miniatures and Oriental and Greek primitives throughout. "In some of the pictures for this book, Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Persian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious, but Dulac’s ever-present humor creeps in to give us the whimsical figure of the mangy camel. And always there is the Oriental inspiration. Hence the Sindbad pictures, whether one calls them a flowering or a major outburst of Dulac’s preoccupation with Eastern-Near Eastern painting, certainly are no surprise. They stand almost as a hallmark of one very persistent technique among his ever-evolving styles."-Hughey. "Mr. Dulac has provided pictures which preserve to a marvel the Persian feeling" - Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 1914. Seller Inventory # 26129

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Dulac, Edmund (Illustrator)

Published by H. Piazza, Paris (1919)

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About this Item: H. Piazza, Paris, 1919. leather_bound. First Dulac edition. 147 pages. 31 x 24 cm. Twenty-seven color plates, mounted and framed with yellow border design of the title page, tissue guards caption printed in black ink, and with text also enclosed in aforementioned design frame. Limited edition, copy 340 OF 1500. HUGHEY 35h. "Four plates included here, but not in the English editions." Original dark blue printed and decorated wrappers bound-in. Raised bands, gilt florets decorate spine panels, border panels and inner dentelles also in gilt. A brilliant copy. Full crushed russet morocco. Teg. Fine. Seller Inventory # 17884

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Sindbad Le Marin et D'Autres contes Des: DULAC, Edmund.

DULAC, Edmund.

Published by Paris: H Piazza (1919)

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About this Item: Paris: H Piazza, 1919. LIMITED EDITION 1121/1500. 4to (30.5 x 24 cm). Contemporary half black morocco over marbled boards with gilt ruled borders, spine with title in gilt with decorative gilt border. t.e.g. With 27 tipped in colour plates and decorative borders throughout Spine faded to brown with some minor wear. With 2 plates not in the English Edition. Seller Inventory # 27900

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Sindbad the Sailor & other Stories from: DULAC, Edmund.)

DULAC, Edmund.)

Published by London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914] (1914)

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About this Item: London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914], 1914. Quarto. Original pictorial tan cloth, elaborate blue and gilt design to spine and front cover, floral patterned brown endpapers. Later gift inscription to front free endpaper. Covers lightly bowed, occasional minor foxing to contents, else a very good copy. Colour frontispiece and 22 colour plates by Edmund Dulac, tipped in (with captioned tissue guards), plates and letterpress within ornamental borders printed in pale bisque. First Dulac trade edition. "The exotic stories he illustrated struck a new chord in Dulac. They allowed him to enlarge his skill at caricature, and at the same time to sharpen his miniaturist's technique and to develop his lyrical sense of tone and composition. The sources he turned to were Japanese prints, which he had studied in his youth, with their flat colour and asymmetry, and the high detail and colour of Indian and Persian miniatures" (ODNB). These influences are very clear in this sumptuous gift book. There was also a deluxe edition of 500 signed copies in vellum. Hughey 35a. Seller Inventory # 124759

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Sindbad le Marin: DULAC, Edmund, illustrator

DULAC, Edmund, illustrator

Published by Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, 1919 (1919)

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About this Item: Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, 1919, 1919. With Plates and Designs Not Found In The English Edition[DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. Sindbad le Marin et d'autres contes des Mille et Une Nuits. Illustrés par Edmond Dulac. Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, (1919). First edition in French, limited to 1500 numbered copies, this being copy no. 1055. Quarto (11 7/8 x 9 1/8 in; 302 x 233 mm). 145, [3] pp. with decorative borders. Twenty-seven mounted color plates with wide decorative borders, and captioned tissue guards. Title-page features Dulac's elaborate yellow border design of flowing vines, scrolls, extending spikes; the limitation page features a Dulac-designed decorative frame enclosing the limitation statement. Both designs are exclusive to this edition.Publisher's original printed blue wrappers with black lettering and decorative pale gray panel and lozenge. A fine copy.Contains four color plates not found in the English edition of 1914: Une lettre d'amour, etc.; La princesse Badroulboudour; Il se plaisait a converser avec les femmes; La Princesse Bouquet de Perles. These plates were previously published in various other Dulac illustrated books under different captions."In some of the pictures for this book Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Persian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious but Dulac's ever-present humor creeps in.And always there is the Oriental inspiration" (Hughey)."Mr. Dulac has provided pictures which preserve to a marvel the Persian feeling" (Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 10, 1914)."It may have been his friendship with the celebrated connoisseurs, Ricketts and Shannon, that led Dulac to a renewed and closer acquaintance with those Oriental and Greek primitives, which he had already learned to love in his youth.Persian miniatures especially have fascinated him.the fantasies which Scheherazade wove.need a jeweled commentator, and Dulac alone possesses the necessary gifts" (Art critic, Martin Birnbaum, Introduction, Catalog of Dulac exhibition, Scott & Fowles Gallery, NY, December 1916).Hughey 35h. Seller Inventory # 02200

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Sindbad the Sailor & Other Tales from: Folk Tales]; Dulac,

Folk Tales]; Dulac, Edmund (Illustrator)

Published by Hodder & Stoughton, [London] (1914)

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About this Item: Hodder & Stoughton, [London], 1914. Hardcover. Condition: Near fine. Dulac, Edmund (illustrator). 1st Edition. First trade edition, quarto size, 224 pp. First trade edition of Edmund Dulac's Sindbad the Sailor; also included are Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp, The Story of the Three Calendars, and The Sleeper Awakened; beautifully illustrated with 23 Dulac plates, the same as in the deluxe version.___DESCRIPTION: Bound in tan and indigo blue flowered cloth, stamped with gilt lettering and a ship design, tan and indigo flowered endpapers, title page with mock Arabic lettering and a vignette mirroring the front board, all surrounded by black borders, then a yellow-tan flower border with extending spikes, frontispiece the first of the 23 illustrations, each with a lettered tissue-guard, the illustrations being tipped into heavy paper stock and having the borders as the title page, engraved and printed by Henry Stone & Son, Ltd., Banbury; quarto size (text block just under 11" tall), pagination: (i)-vi, 7-222, final black and white illustration directly on the paper (223), printer's statement (224).___CONDITION: Near fine to fine overall, with the binding being clean, the gilt bright and unrubbed, the corners square and unrubbed, a strong, square text block, solid hinges, all illustrations with their tissue guards present, entirely free of prior owner markings. There is a gentle bump to the top edge of the front board and some dustiness to the text block edges, else fine; there is also a vintage bookseller's ticket to the rear pastedown from Brentanos. Without the extremely rare glassine jacket and original box.___CITATION: First trade edition, Hughey 35a.___POSTAGE: International customers please note that additional postage may apply, please inquire for details.___Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell; please contact us with any questions, we are here to help. Seller Inventory # 16060602

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Dulac, Edmund.

Published by Paris, H. Piazza, (1919)

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About this Item: Paris, H. Piazza, 1919. 30x23,5 cm. 2 Bl., 145 S., 2 S. Mit 27 farbigen montierten Abbildungen. Grüner Lederband mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, reicher Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, marmor. Vorsätzen und Ganzgoldschnitt. Eines von 1500 numerierten Exemplaren. - Sindbad le marin. - Aladin ou la lampe merveilleuse. - Histoires des trois calenders. - Le dormeur éveillé. - (Rücken verblasst. Einband schwach berieben). - Sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: französisch. Seller Inventory # 61331AB

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SINDBAD THE SAILOR & OTHER STORIES FROM: DULAC, Edmund

DULAC, Edmund

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About this Item: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. First edition, first issue. 4to. Tan cloth with blue floral decoration to background and gilt titles and gilt embossed design of a ship in full sail passing before a Persian Palace. Decorative endpapers. A near fine copy, slight rubbing to the corners, but otherwise a bright and fresh copy of this beautiful book. Previous owner's name to the half title. This is a beautifully designed book with twenty three lovely colour plates mounted within a decorative border and protected by a captioned tissue guard. Each page of text has the same decorative border. Stories included are Sindbad the Sailor, Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp, The Story of Three Calendars and The Sleeper Awakened. Seller Inventory # 36320

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Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from: DULAC, Edmund, illustrator

DULAC, Edmund, illustrator

Published by London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914 (1914)

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About this Item: London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914, 1914. "Preserves To A Marvel the Persian Feeling" First Trade EditionDULAC, Edmund. Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from the Arabian Nights. London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. (1914). First trade edition. Quarto (10 7/8 x 8 3/8 in; 277 x 214 mm). [ii], 221, [3] pp. Twenty-three color plates mounted on cream stock with decorative border, captioned tissue guards. Publisher's tan cloth, front cover and spine pictorially stamped in blue and gilt, tan and blue decorated end-papers. Minimal foxing to half-title otherwise a near fine copy."In some of the pictures for this book Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Perian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious but Dulac's ever-present humor creeps in. And always there is the Oriental inspiration" (Hughey)."Mr. Dulac has provided pictures which preserve to a marvel the Persian feeling" (Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 10, 1914)."It may have been his friendship with the celebrated connoisseurs, Ricketts and Shannon, that led Dulac to a renewed and closer acquaintance with those Oriental and Greek primitives, which he had already learned to love in his youth.Persian miniatures especially have fascinated him.the fantasies which Scheherazade wove.need a jeweled commentator, and Dulac alone possesses the necessary gifts" (Art critic, Martin Birnbaum, Introduction, Catalog of Dulac exhibition, Scott & Fowles Gallery, NY, December 1916).Hughey 35a. Seller Inventory # 03577

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Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from: DULAC, Edmund, illustrator;

DULAC, Edmund, illustrator; ARABIAN NIGHTS

Published by London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1918 (1918)

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About this Item: London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1918, 1918. "Preserves To A Marvel the Persian Feeling" 'Wartime' [1918] Trade Edition in the Original Dust JacketDULAC, Edmund, illustrator. Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from the Arabian Nights. London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. [1918]. Re-Issue 'Wartime' Trade Edition (issued December 1918). Quarto (11 1/8 x 9 inches; 283 x 231 mm.). [ii], vi, 7-221, [2], [1, blank] pp. Twenty-three color plates mounted on cream stock with decorative border, captioned tissue guards. All text leaves with title-page border design printed in tan and black.Publisher's wartime binding of blue-gray papered boards with white parchment spine and corner tips. Spine with original dark blue morocco label lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. A near fine copy in the scarce white paper dust jacket, lettered in black on the spine. "In some of the pictures for this book Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Perian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious but Dulac's ever-present humor creeps in. And always there is the Oriental inspiration" (Hughey)."Mr. Dulac has provided pictures which preserve to a marvel the Persian feeling" (Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 10, 1914)."It may have been his friendship with the celebrated connoisseurs, Ricketts and Shannon, that led Dulac to a renewed and closer acquaintance with those Oriental and Greek primitives, which he had already learned to love in his youth.Persian miniatures especially have fascinated him. the fantasies which Scheherazade wove. need a jeweled commentator, and Dulac alone possesses the necessary gifts" (Art critic, Martin Birnbaum, Introduction, Catalog of Dulac exhibition, Scott & Fowles Gallery, NY, December 1916).Hughey 35c. Seller Inventory # 03578

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SINDBAD THE SAILOR & OTHER STORIES FROM: DULAC, Edmund

DULAC, Edmund

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About this Item: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. First edition, first issue. 4to. Tan cloth with blue floral decoration to background and gilt titles and gilt embossed design of a ship in full sail passing before a Persian Palace. Decorative endpapers. A very good copy, with a little tanning to the spine. This is a beautifully designed book with twenty three lovely colour plates mounted within a decorative border and protected by a captioned tissue guard. Each page of text has the same decorative border. Stories included are Sindbad the Sailor, Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp, The Story of Three Calendars and The Sleeper Awakened. Seller Inventory # 37675

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About this Item: Paris, L édition d art H. Piazza, 1919. mit 27 farbigen auf arabesk illustrierten Tafen montierten Illustrationen, 145, (2 Blatt), SCHÖNES UNBESCHNITTENES EXEMPLAR, der Einband der blauen illustrierten Original-Broschur mit eingebunden. Textseiten und die Tafeln der Illustrationen mit ockerfarbenen arabesken Schmuckrahmen. Im Impressum nummeriertes Exemplar 894 (von 1500), der Einband leicht angestaubt. Sprache: Französisch 24x31, helles goldgeprägtes OHPgmt mit blauen Leder-Buchdecken und Kopf-Goldschnitt. Seller Inventory # 44513

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Dulac, Edmund (Illustrator)

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About this Item: H. Piazza, Paris, 1919. Stiff Wraps. First Dulac edition. 147 pages. 31 x 24 cm. Twenty-seven color plates, mounted and framed with yellow border design of the title page, tissue guards caption printed in black ink, and with text also enclosed in aforementioned design frame. Limited edition, copy 122 OF 1500. HUGHEY 35h. "Four plates included here, but not in the English editions." Clean, fresh copy, slight nicks to apine extremities. Orig. delft blue decorated stiff wrappers. Very good. Seller Inventory # 20614

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SINDBAD THE SAILOR & Other Stories from: DULAC, Edmund (illusdtrator).

DULAC, Edmund (illusdtrator).

Published by London Hodder & Stoughton (1914)

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About this Item: London Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. FIRST EDITION WITH THESE ILLUSTRATIONS (1914), 4to, approximately 285 x 220 mm, 11¼ x 8¾, 23 mounted coloured plates with captioned guards, buff illustrations and decorations to title page, buff decorated borders to all pages. In original publisher's tan cloth, blue floral decoration, large gilt illustration to upper cover, gilt decoration and lettering to upper cover and spine, floral pattern endpapers, 223 pages. Slightest wear to head and tail of spine, spine just very slightly darkened, spine gilt bright, no inscriptions, half-title and blank verso of final page lightly foxed, a pale fox spot on about 6 text pages, tiny pale stain to lower corner of plate mount page 176 and to top corner of tissue guard at same page, (see image), tiny pale stain to upper edge and fore-edge of text pages 171-184, light brown staining to fore-edge of the plate mount at page 184 (see image), tiny stain to fore-edge of plate mount at page 192, all plates perfect, no corner creases. A very good bright tight clean copy. See Hughey 35a. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. Seller Inventory # 22331

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DULAC, Edmund (1882-1953)

Published by London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. Circa 1915 (1915)

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About this Item: London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. Circa 1915, 1915. Quarto. Pp.224. Illustrated with 23 stunning colour plates, mounted, with captioned tissues, text pages printed in two colours with geometric arabeque borders. Elegantly hand bound in blue half morocco, gilt, with matching cloth sides, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Internally clean, binding unmarked. A fine copy. Dulac's colour plate illustrations capture perfectly the exotic narratives of the folk hero known as Sinbad the Sailor. The collection also includes The S;leeper Awakened, The Three Calendars and Aladdin and ther Wonderful Lamp. Truly a delightful and absorbing work. Seller Inventory # 48425

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Sindbad le Marin (Sinbad the Sailor) et

Published by H. Piazza, Paris (1919)

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About this Item: H. Piazza, Paris, 1919. Dulac, Edmund (illustrator). Quarto. 148pp., + (27)ff. plates. French edition. One of 1,500 copies. The twenty-seven color plates by Edmund Dulac are tipped-in with tissue guards. Floral and foliate borders in yellow surround the text and plates, referencing Eastern illuminated manuscripts. According to White, the "bright, enamel-like" colors of Persian miniatures influenced Dulac's color palette for this book, which includes bold tangerine and carmine red. Many of Dulac's illustrations also have a rich, Far-Eastern sensibility: the plates for the story of Aladdin evoke Chinese and Japanese brush paintings. This handsome edition contains four more plates than the English edition. Slightest chipping to spine ends, else a very fine copy in the original blue printed wrappers. (White, pp. 69-72; Hughey 35h). Seller Inventory # 15613

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DULAC Edmund. Illust. by.

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About this Item: ca. 1916, 1916. London: Hodder & Stoughton ca.1916. Thick 4to. Orig. extra-gilt illusts. cloth slightly rubbed. II 224pp. With illust. title-page 23 full-page tipped-in coloured plates each with a captioned tissue-guard and b/w text-illusts. Decorative end-papers. Text printed with a ornamental border. Slightly foxed otherwise fine and complete. Seller Inventory # 233881

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DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]

Published by London: Hodder and Stoughton, no date [1914] (1914)

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About this Item: London: Hodder and Stoughton, no date [1914], 1914. DULAC ILLUSTRATIONS. Quarto (29 x 23cm), pp.223; [1]. Bound in publisher's brown cloth, extensively decorated, with a gilt scene of Sinbad sailing a ship against a palace replete with minarets, gilt titles in faux-Arabic script to front board and spine; blue floral endpapers. Twenty three stunning colour plates, mounted, with captioned tissues. Some spotting to edges and extremities, marginal soilmark to lower corner of text block, binding is very presentable with a little wear only. Dulac's colour plate illustrations capture perfectly the exotic narratives of the folk hero known as Sinbad the Sailor. Each page is beautifully ornamented with floral and geometric panelling. Truly a delightful and absorbing work. Seller Inventory # 50857

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About this Item: (Lond.), Hodder & Stoughton, (n.d.). 28,5x21,5 cm. Original decorated cloth (edges sl.worn), with gilt letters on spine. Vi, 224 pp. (owners entry on 1st.fly-leaf, h.title and a few pp. Sl.foxed/browned), decorated endpapers & text-pages; with 23 mounted colour-plates (incl.frontispiece) on border-decorated sheets, with captioned tissue guards. Beautiful book, good copy. Seller Inventory # 2297

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DULAC. –

Published by Paris, H. Piazza, (1919). (1919)

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About this Item: Paris, H. Piazza, (1919)., 1919. With 27 mounted colour illus. on plates by Edmund Dulac. 145, (3) pp. 4to. Orig. decorated blue wrappers. First French edition. One of 1500 numbered copies. Contains four more illustrations than the English first edition from 1914. All plates complete with their tissue-guards. – Carteret V, 139. – Spine broken, else a good and clean copy. Seller Inventory # 19930

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Published by Potsdam Müller & Co o J (ca ) (1920)

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About this Item: Potsdam Müller & Co o J (ca ), 1920. Mit 14 montierten Farbtafeln. 1 w. Bl., Titelblatt, 134 S., 1 Bl. u. 1 w. Bl. Gr. 8°. Dekorativer, goldgeprägter Moutonlederhandeinband mit breiter ornamentaler Bordüre u. Rückenschild. Kopffarbschnitt u. gestochenes Kapitalband. handgefertigte, farbige Buntpapiervorsätze. Der Einband ganz minimal berieben. der Schnitt vereinzelt ganz gering fleckig. Im Rand papierbedingt etwas gebräunt bzw. schwach stockfleckig, ein Blatt im Rand mit Riß u. geknickt, sonst gutes Exemplar. (1000 Gr.) Illustrationen von Edmund Dulac. Von diesem Werk wurden 150 nummerierte Exemplare hergestellt (das vorliegende jedoch ohne Nummerierung). Diese wurden in der Fachschule für Kunstgewerbliche Buchbinderei zu Weimar unter Leitung von Otto Dorfner gebunden. Den Einbandentwurf zeichnete Curt Möller-Fernau. Seller Inventory # [Order-Nr 31865]

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Sindbad the Sailor and other Stres from: Dulac, Edmund

Dulac, Edmund

Published by Hodder & Stoughton. o.J. wohl 1914, London. (1914)

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About this Item: Hodder & Stoughton. o.J. wohl 1914, London., 1914. 28 x22 cm, VI, 221 S. mit Schmucktitel und 24 montierten farbigen Illustrationen von Edmund Dulac. Text- und Bild seiten mit goldenen Ornamenten verziert. Braune buntgeprägte Olwd. goldene Schrift auf Rücken. Blumengemusterte Vorsätze. Außen guter, innen sehr guter Zustand. 15, La Sprache: en. Seller Inventory # 22023

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Sindbad the Sailor & Other Stories from: Traditional

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton, London, Great Britain (1914)

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About this Item: Hodder and Stoughton, London, Great Britain, 1914. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. Dulac, Edmund (illustrator). Scarce vintage publication with extremely desirable color illustrations by Edmund Dulac, noted artist of the "Golden Age" of book illustration. The book is missing the rear board and end paper, has a detached front board, and is missing the spine cover. It is almost complete, however, with signatures and 222 pages tightly bound and all illustrations present, most affixed as tip-ins, with nearly all tissue guards (with illustration titles) in place. The pages tend toward being brittle, with chips and a corner or two missing. Gift inscription dated 1918, Galveston, Texas in ink on a front free end paper. As a rare book with desirable content, this is a good candidate for rebinding. The illustrations are exquisite. Some examples shown in the photos depict Aladdin finding the magic lamp, the lady Bedr-el-Budur and the wicked magician, and the princess burning the Efrite to death. Edmund Dulac (1882-1953) was born in France and became a naturalized English citizen. The book's format is 11-1/4" high x 8-1/4" wide x 1-3/4" thick. Extra postage will be required for international shipping, the amount to be agreed upon in advance and will depend upon the country of destination. The bookseller reserves the right not to sell to international addresses where safe delivery cannot be ascertained. Seller Inventory # 004565

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Published by Potsdam, Müller, (1920) (1920)

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About this Item: Potsdam, Müller, (1920), 1920. Mit 14 eingeklebten Farbtafeln von Edmund Dulac, 25,5 x 19 cm, Farbig illustrierter Originalleinwandband, 134 SS. 1 Bl Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Mit den Illustrationen zu den Arabischen Nächten erzielte Dulac seinen Durchbruch in England. "Durch seine reiche Erfindungsgabe und das meisterhafte Herausarbeiten nächtlicher Stimmungen in Blautönen entrückte er den Betrachter in fremde Welten" (K. Schmidt in LKJ IV, S. 164). Klotz, Bilderbücher I, 1118/17. - Bemerkenswert gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Seller Inventory # 2028

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Published by Potsdam Müller & Co (Druck von Poeschel & Trepte Leipzig) [] (1920)

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About this Item: Potsdam Müller & Co (Druck von Poeschel & Trepte Leipzig) [], 1920. 134 S. Mit 14 mont. Farbtaf. Gr.-8vo (ca. 25,5 x 19 cm). OHLdr. mit RVergold. u. Kopfgoldschnitt. [Alf laila wa-laila, dt.]. - Leder mäßig beschabt, Rücken aufgehellt; Papier zeitbed. gebräunt; gutes, sauberes Exemplar. Seller Inventory # 66131

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Published by Müller Verlag [1920], Potsdam (1920)

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About this Item: Müller Verlag [1920], Potsdam, 1920. 1. - 3. Tsd. , illustrierter original Halblederband mit original Kopfgoldschnitt, gr.-8°, 134 Seiten; mit Lesebändchen; Zustand: 2 Seiten etwas fleckig sonst guter Zustand de 940 Buch. Seller Inventory # AD12-113

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