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Charles Paul De Kock Antique Hardcover Book Set 1902 - 23 Books - Rare - $350 (richmond / seacliff)

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For Sale: Charles Paul De Kock Antique Hardcover Book Set 1902 - 23 Books - Artist Edition - Rare!

Very rare book-set. Limited to 1000 copies. Number 912.

The books are in overall great condition for their age. The covers have some wear from storage, but the pages are beautiful. The books are chock-full of woodblock illustrations and are beautifully preserved. There is no real damage to speak of on any of the pages. A wonderful collection!

Artist Edition Books Include:

Madame Pantalon
The Barber of Paris Vol. 1 & 2
The Damsel of the Three Skirts
Gustave Vol 1 & II M. Martins Donkey
Jean Vol 1 & 2
Memoirs
Friquette
The Good Family Vol. 1 & II
Monsieur Dupont Vol. 1 & 2
Little Lise
Edmond and His Cousin ETC.
My Neighbor Raymond Vol. 1 & 2
The Child of My Wife
Sister Anne Vol 1
Adhemar
Monsieur Dupont Vol. 1 & 2

Author Information:

Charles Paul de Kock (May 21, 1793 in Passy, Paris – April 27, 1871 in Paris) was a French novelist. Although one of the most popular writers of his day in terms of book sales, he acquired a literary reputation for low-brow output in poor taste.[1] In 2021 Brad Bigelow wrote: "Today, if we set aside over-priced print-on-demand reprints of his ancient editions, the works of Paul de Kock haven't seen a new English edition (or translation) in at least a century."[2]



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