VOX SIMÉON GOOR CHAPRONT NAUDIN RENÉ BOYLESVE... - Lot 340 - Morel de Westgaver

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VOX SIMÉON GOOR CHAPRONT NAUDIN RENÉ BOYLESVE... - Lot 340 - Morel de Westgaver
VOX SIMÉON GOOR CHAPRONT NAUDIN RENÉ BOYLESVE / ADELBERT DE CHAMISSO / LÉON DAUDET / JEAN LORRAIN / ANTOINE REDIER - Lot of 5 works illustrated with woodcuts or burins by Maximilien Vox, Siméon, G. Goor, Chapront, B. Naudin. - René BOYLESVE - Memories of the destroyed garden. Original woods by Maximilien VOX. Paris, J. Ferenczi & Fils, "Le Livre Moderne Illustré" 1924. In-8, paperback (spine faded, cover slightly faded). Frontispiece, full-page woodcut and vignettes in the text. First edition printed in 125 copies on hollande (n° 139). - Adelbert de CHAMISSO - The marvelous story of Pierre Schlémihl or The Man who lost his shadow. With a preface by Pierre Mac Orlan and woodcut vignettes in two tones by SIMÉON. Paris, La Banderole, (1921). In-8, paperback (spine faded). Frontispiece and vignettes in the text. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies. One of 50 on japon impérial (n° 17), 2nd paper, with a suite of illustrations printed on chine. - Léon DAUDET - The journey of Shakespeare. Illustrations by G. GOOR. Paris, Éditions du Capitole, (1927). In-8 square, 240 x 185 mm, half-chagrin with corners signed Vits, boards decorated with crosses and fillets, spine decorated with five nerves, gilt head, cover and spine kept. Edition illustrated with a frontispiece, 46 full-page compositions, 8 headers and a folding map. One of 1400 numbered on Alfa vellum (n° 1156). - Jean LORRAIN - Mr de Phocas - Astarté -. Woodcuts by CHAPRONT. Paris, G. & A. Mornay, "Les Beaux Livres", (1922). In-8, red half-maroquin with corners by Ch. de Samblanx, gilt-stamped boards, five-ribbed spine, gilt head, cover and spine retained. Color frontispiece, wood in- and out-text. Copy justified on Rives (n° 741). - Antoine REDIER - La Guerre des femmes. Final edition decorated with compositions by Bernard NAUDIN and woodcut vignettes by Maximilien VOX. Paris, La Revue française, 1926. In-4, 280 x 215 mm, black half-basin with corners, five-ribbed spine, gilt head, cover and spine preserved (spine uniformly faded, scratch on the upper cover). Edition illustrated with 7 out-of-text compositions and 45 original woodcuts in the text. Copy of which 6 hors-texte have been enhanced. 2 portraits, 1 facsimile and 1 folding map in fine. One of 550 on Lafuma (n° 550). TOGETHER 5 VOLUMES.
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