Titre : La Plus Vieille Histoire du Monde.
Éditeur : Paris: Jardin des Modes, 11 Rue St. Florentin, 1931; printed in six colours by Paul Dumas, linen covers stiffened with card show Adam, Eve, and little animals in the Garden with ivory side panels of humans and beasts, on the back God releases the birds of the air; twill spine, each page has handpainted text in an ivory panel and illustrations on white ground; oblong 10x8.5; np.
Date d'édition : 1931
Illustrateur : /Françoise, illustrator. (Françoise Seignobosc)
CONDITION: Very Good; no names or other marks, nice twill spine, evenly dingy on front, large pale spots in back, pinking is softened but not frayed, bottom margins of cover curled about a quarter inch all along; pages are clean, unwrinkled, and quite bright so that ivory areas can be distinguished from white. Children's foreign language French Bright, energetic pages show God going about the business of creating the world. [Bader 65]. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /Françoise, illustrator. (Françoise Seignobosc). N° de réf. du libraire 21427
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