London: The Society of English Bibliophists, 1894. FIVE VOLUMES UNIFORMLY BOUND. Gilt panelled spines. Green cloth-covered boards. Spines sunned to deep brown. Top edges gilt. The bindings are signed by Stikeman and Company for Charles Scribner's Sons. Small remnant of paper label front pastedown of Volume 1. Seventy-three full-page engravings designed by S. Freudenberg and 150 head and tail pieces by Dunker. "Newly translated into English from the authentic text of M. Le Roux de Lincy". Quite a handsome set. This collection of 72 short stories was first published in 1558. . Later Edition. 3/4 Malachite Morocco. Minor Edge and Corner Wear/No Jacket. Octavo. (Inventory #: 014081)
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