KANDIDE ODER DIE BESTE WELTE.
(Klee, Paul). Voltaire.
- Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, (1920).
- quarter cloth, paper-covered boards, triple gilt band, stamped gilt title
- 89, (3) pages
- Order Nr. 107249
- Price: $250.00 other currencies
Text in German. Translation of Voltaire's classic. With 26 pen and ink illustrations by Paul Klee. An important book in German expressionism (Artist and the Book 143). Boards sunned at spine and scuffed at corners.
Felcone, Joseph J.
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