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Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
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A rare and collectable book. Wonderful colour plates with bright Gilt cover illustration, gold-block edges.

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Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre
Henri IV Roy De France & Navarre

One of a series of “Collection d'Albums Historiques”. Original pictorial green cloth, with worn edges and corners with stain on back cover, but a VERY acceptable copy. A large, attractive volume with superb full-page chromolithograph illustrations.

The text is in the original French language.

This volume has the text leaves tipped onto stubs so that the spectacular plates are fully visible and the huge double-page plates are cinematic in their effect.

Gold blocked page edges. Green cloth covers with lovely BRIGHT gilt and polychrome front cover illustration of Henry VI. First edition of this charming illustrated album on the celebrated 16th century French King.

Many of the illustrations overlay the text, and the leaves are all mounted on linen guards.

72 pages, frontispiece, 36 chromolithograph illustrations including 28 full-page, 4 double-page plates and 4 tipped in plates.

Author: Written by G. Montorgueil (Octave Lebesque)
Artist: H Vogel
Publisher: Ancienne Librairie Furne/Boivin & Cie, Paris, 1907 First Edition (Out of Print)
Number of pages: 72
Format: Hard Cover with Dust Wrapper; Full Colour illustrations
Size: 12" x 14" (305mm x 356mm)
Book Condition: F - Fine

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