Paris: Edward Titus at the Sign of the Black Manikin, 1927. Quarto. Cloth-backed pictorial boards. Half- title rumpled at upper fore-corner attending some finger smudges, small corner bruise and lower forecorner, otherwise. First edition. Illustrated with engravings by Polia Chentoff. The most attractive of Mr. Titus's generally visually uninspired publications. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76823)
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