THE THREE MUSKETEERS.
Limited edition of 750 numbered copies. With 250 illustrations by Maurice Leloir engraved on wood by J. Huyot. Translated from the French by William Robson. Includes letter from Alexandre Dumas fils. List of illustrations. Boards scuffed and faded at edges and corners. Inside hinges of first volume partially cracked. Owner's name stamped on front endpaper.
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Contains 21,470 catalogue entries of antiquarian books for sale by Quaritch. One of the largest antiquarian book catalogues ever produced. Inside hinges are broken and book block is separated from intact covers. Rubbing along hinges and spine ends.