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Holy Bible

“PERHAPS THE MOST IMPORTANT LANDMARK IN DORÉ’S CAREER”

(DORÉ, Gustave). Holy Bible. London and New York, circa 1867. Two volumes.

One of the earliest editions in English (all undated) of Gustave Doré’s great folio Bible, splendidly illustrated by him with 238 full-page wood-engravings and handsomely bound in contemporary full morocco. $7500.

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London: A Pilgrimage

"THE GREATEST VISUAL EXPRESSION OF THE SOCIAL CLASS STRUGGLE EVER PUBLISHED"

(LONDON) DORÉ, Gustave and JERROLD, Blanchard. London: A Pilgrimage. London, 1872.

First edition of Doré and Jerrold's London, "superb, and noble in sentiment" (van Gogh), with 54 striking full-page wood-engravings and 126 in-text vignettes of "all segments of London society" by Doré. Handsomely bound. $5800.

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Londres [London]

"THE GREATEST VISUAL EXPRESSION OF THE SOCIAL CLASS STRUGGLE EVER PUBLISHED"

(LONDON) DORÉ, Gustave and ENAULT, Louis. Londres [London]. Paris, 1876.

First French edition of Doré's London, "superb, and noble in sentiment" (van Gogh), with 174 striking full-page and in-text wood-engraved illustrations of "all segments of London society" by Doré. $4200.

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Fables of La Fontaine

RICHLY ILLUSTRATED BY "THE LAST GREAT ROMANTIC ILLUSTRATOR"

(DORÉ, Gustave, illustrator) LA FONTAINE, Jean de. Fables of La Fontaine. London and New York, 1868.

Early edition of Gustave Doré’s illustrations for La Fontaine’s famous Fables, told with "a semi-pagan sentiment for nature," with frontispiece portrait of La Fontaine and 86 wonderful full-page wood-engravings and 243 in-text vignettes. $1500.

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