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Titre : Proof sheets with the COMPLETE COLLECTION of...
Éditeur : Barcelona and San Sadurni d'Anoia: Chocolates Amatller, 1935
Date d'édition : 1935
Reliure : Soft cover
Edition : 1st Edition
In 1935, Chocolates Amatller, a Catalan company based in San Sadurni d'Anoia, issued 80 different trading cards depicting scenes from Don Quixote by Jose Segrelles. One of these brightly-colored chromolithograph cards was included in each box of chocolates sold by the company. I offer two proof sheets, ENTIRELY UNCUT, JUST AS THEY CAME OFF THE PRESS, with the complete collection of these 80 cards. The first sheet comprises 81 cards representing scenes from the first part of Don Quijote, the second sheet has 81 cards with scenes from the second part (so 162 scenes in all). 79 of the cards are in duplicate, and two are in triplicate, so TWO COMPLETE SETS COULD BE FORMED BY CUTTING THE SHEETS. Each sheet measures 100 x 70 cm. In excellent condition, with the colors very bright. An extraordinarily rare survival. N° de réf. du libraire 2898
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