Boards With Cloth Spine. Near Fine/Fair. First Thus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Color and b/w illustrations by the artist.Privately printed for subscribers only.Beautifully produced Art-deco style illustrations and binding in dustwrapper and slipcase.The book is very nice with great gilt and black decorated boards and spine, endpapers lightly foxed, the dustwrapper has some insect spotting to the age-darkened spine, and the wrapper spine is chipped at head and foot, with some small chips missing from center of same. Labels on slipcase chipped and rubbed, corners of same rubbed. T.e.g.Uncommon.(146) pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers R12340
Titel: Girl With the Golden Eyes (La Fille Aux Yeux...
Verlag: Chicago: Peacock Press, 1928
Zustand: Near Fine
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Buchbeschreibung Published by The Peacock Press, Chicago, 1928. , xii, 146 pages, illustrated with 8 colour plates (including frontispiece) each with tissue guard, each plate also with black and white duplicate (16 plates total), also with small black and white illustrations at the beginning and end of chapters, translated from the French by Ernest Dowson, part of a limited edition that was privately printed for subscribers only Limited Edition , minor rubbing to head and tail of spine, lower corners of boards with some wear, with note from previous owner on front blank, page edges untrimmed, internallt pages nice and clean, colour plates bright and vibrant, in very good condition , dustwrapper with spine sunned, covers dirtied and with some slight stains, some tearing to edges, in good condition , black cloth spine, black and gilt paper to boards, gilt decoration and titles to spine , 24.5 x 17 cms Hardback ISBN: Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 71681
Buchbeschreibung Chicago: The Peacock Press, 1928. Hardcover. Zustand: Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Near Fine. Special Edition. [i-iv] v-xi, [1-2] 3-145 [146-148] p., 16 plates (part col.) 24 cm. Gold and black decorated paper over black cloth boards. Lavish gold design and title to spine. T.E.G. Deckle fore and tail edges. Corners and binding tight. Some offsetting to pages facing plates, otherwise all pages clean and unmarked. Both b&w and color art nouveau illustrations. Some pages uncut. Printed at the Sign of the Peacock. Cream colored dust jacket illustrated and lettered in brown and green. A couple of chips to head and tail of spine, some wear to extremities, otherwise fine. Spine is browned. Black slipcase is very good w/ front and spine labels chipping and some overall wear. A beautiful fine press book. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 000757