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DAUDET’S WORKS, AUTOGRAPH EDITION, ONE OF ONLY 25 SETS

DAUDET, Alphonse. Works. New York, 1899-1900. Twenty-four volumes. “Autograph” edition, number 2 of only 25 sets printed for America, with 100 plates (including 24 frontispieces in double-suite, one of each hand-colored), with a signed and inscribed carte-de-visite tipped into Volume I. $4800.

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“DELICATELY SENTIMENTAL, HUMOROUS SKETCHES OF PROVENÇAL LIFE”

DAUDET, Alphonse. Lettres de Mon Moulin. Paris, 1945.

Lovely illustrated edition of this classic series of “delicately sentimental, humorous sketches of Provençal life,” illustrated with 40 vibrant color lithographs by Jean-Denis Malclès, number 37 of only 65 copies printed on Rives with an extra suite of the 15 full-page lithographs (from a total edition of 1001). Beautifully bound with a windmill motif by Denise Dumon. $850.

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“TO REMAIN UNTIL DEATH YOUR DOG WHO LOVES YOU, WHOM YOU MAY BEAT, AND WHO CARESSES YOU PASSIONATELY”

DAUDET, Alphonse. Sapho. Moeurs Parisiennes. Paris, 1925.

Beautifully illustrated edition of this beloved piece of French literature, number 524 of 1000 copies on Vélin d’Arches, with etched frontispiece portrait of Alphonse Daudet by Auguste Leroux, 15 lovely full-page hand-colored illustrations by Leroux, and 15 hand-colored vignette headpieces, tailpieces and initials. Handsomely bound, retaining the original wrappers, by René Aussourd. $500.

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“TO REMAIN UNTIL DEATH YOUR DOG WHO LOVES YOU, WHOM YOU MAY BEAT, AND WHO CARESSES YOU PASSIONATELY”

DAUDET, Alphonse. Sapho. Parisian Manners. Paris, London and New York, 1905.

Beautifully printed edition of this beloved piece of French literature, with frontispiece portrait and four etchings after drawings by Stanislas Rejchan, handsomely bound. $500.

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“TO REMAIN UNTIL DEATH YOUR DOG WHO LOVES YOU, WHOM YOU MAY BEAT, AND WHO CARESSES YOU PASSIONATELY”

DAUDET, Alphonse. Sapho: Parisian Customs. Philadelphia, 1897.

Limited edition, number 970 of 1000 copies on Japanese vellum paper, with ten etchings by Eugene Abot and Albert Duvivier in double suite, with one of each suite on India paper, and drawings by Stanislas Rejchan. $400.

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