Exceptional set of the complete series of 51 volumes of Émile Zola’s works published by François Bernouard between 1927 and 1929, first print on Imperial Japan paper (except for 1 copy). Uncut copies, all margins, Japan paper covers. Gorgeous.
Émile Zola, Complete Works in 51 volumes, text of the Eugène Fasquelle edition, notes and comments by Maurice Le Blond, typography by François Bernouard, Paris, 1927-1929.
Of this work there was printed in part: 25 copies on Imperial Japan numbered from 1 to 25; 75 copies on Holland Van Gelder numbered from 26 to 100; 225 copies on Rives laid paper numbered from 101 to 325; 5000 copies on Alfa laid paper numbered from 326 to 5325.
1 of the 25 copies of the first print on Imperial Japan paper, paperbacks, all margins, uncut, 24.5x18.5cm.
A complete series with 51 volumes. Over 20000 pages.
In addition to bringing together all the master's works, laid on a beautiful Japan paper, this edition is interesting for being richly commented and annotated by Maurice Le Blond (1877-1944), a French journalist and writer who was Émile Zola’s son-in-law. In 1908 he married Denise, Émile Zola’s daughter, whom he had fiercely supported during the Dreyfus affair. From then on, one can say that he devoted his life to honouring the memory of his father-in-law by organizing the annual pilgrimage to Médan and publishing this exceptional critical apparatus that is still authoritative today.
Due to the value and the important weight of this set (more than 60 kg), the shipment will be made in several registered Colissimo parcels with tracking and insurance. Shipped with great care.
- Aantal boeken
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Émile Zola
- Œuvres Complètes en 51 volumes [Tirage de tête sur Japon Impérial]
- Zeer Goed
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Publicatie jaar jongste item
- Eerste druk in dit formaat
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- François Bernouard
- Zachte kaft
- 1 van de 25 exemplaren van de print op Japon Impérial, Beperkte oplage, Genummerde uitgave
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 24,5×18,5 cm