Daudet, Alphonse.; La comtesse Irma.
Paris: Collection de l'Academie des Goncourt / Romagnol, 1905.

A short story by Daudet profusely illustrated with original etchings printed in color by Pierre Vidal.

Edition limited to 350 copies printed on fine wove paper.
A UNIQUE COPY, WHICH BELONGED TO ROMAGNOL, THE PUBLISHER.

Includes, in addition to the book itself: a prospectus for the publications of the 'Collection de l'Academie des Goncourt', with original etchings by Charles Jouas (2), Pierre Vidal, and Louis Morin (2) AN INITIALED VISITING CARD FROM DAUDET WITH A SHORT AUTOGRAPH NOTE TO ROMAGNOL
two signed autograph letters from the illustrator to the publisher, discussing artistic and financial matters concerning the illustrations; two complete sets of page proofs for the book, without illustrations; and TWO COMPLETE SUITES OF THE ETCHINGS WITH REMARQUES PRINTED HORS TEXTE, one colored, one uncolored.

8vo. Housed in a cloth slipcase custom made for Romagnol. Excellent condition.

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