[BOOKS-FRENCH] An antiquarian miscellany
, comprising approximately forty-five mostly 18th and 19th century works on the French Revolution, Napoleon and other subjects of antiquarian interest. Bound mostly in contemporary calf bindings, a few later or rebacked, one in boards. Includes: CASTERA, JEAN-HENRI. La Vie de Catherine II, Imperatrice de Russie, Paris: Buisson, 1796. First edition, two volumes, six plates, a good copy in contemporary half calf with decorative spines of the first full biography of Catherine the Great, published a year after her death; MARMONTEL, JEAN FRANCOIS. Belisaire, Paris: Merlin, 1767, first edition, frontis and 3 plates, nicely bound in later stamped full morocco, a very good copy; MARMONTEL, JEAN FRANCOIS. Poetique Francoise, Paris, 1763, 2 volumes, contemporary French bindings with gilt spines; Histoire d'Angleterre, representee par figures, accompagnes d'un precis historique, Paris, 1784, 2 volumes, eng. titles and plates by David, binding worn but internally clean; Anecdotes du Regne de Louis XVI, Paris, 1776; Theatre de Schiller, traduit de L'Allemand, Paris, 1799, two volumes; Documens ... la captivite de Napoleon Bonaparte a Sainte-Helene, Paris, 1822, 2nd edition; Letters of a Peruvian Princess, Paris, 1802, 2 volumes, text in English and French, good copy in attractive binding; Histoire Philosophique de la Revolution de France, Paris, 1796, 2 volumes, good copy in attractive binding; L'Abbe Prevost's translation of Richardson's Pamela, Paris, 1810, 2 volumes, modern leather; BERNIS, CARDINAL de. Oeuvres, Paris, 1798, 3 volumes. Some volumes worn with detached boards or small losses, sold as is.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
No condition report? Click here to request one.