BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE L'AFRIQUE OCCIDENTALE FRANCAISE.
Reprint of the 1912 first edition published by E. Sansot et Cie of Paris. (Besterman 185). French West Africa was an administrative grouping under French rule from 1895 to 1958 and included Senegal, French Guinea, the Ivory Coast, and the French Sudan, to which was added Dahomey in 1899. Mauritania and Niger were also part of the union at various times. This work describes 3750 works concerning this area of the world. Includes works in all languages.
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ENGLISH XIX CENTURY SPORTSMAN BIBLIOPOLE AND BINDER OF AN...
by Andrews, William Loring
First edition, limited to 157 copies. (Mejer 644; Brenni 865). With 17 illustrations including an engraved title page by S.L. Smith. On Thomas Gosden and with a reprint of the Gosden catalogue. Covers show wear at spine ends. Spotting along inner hinges as usual. With the bookplate of the noted collector, Roderick Terry.