by Benedictus, Edouard. Rambosson, Yvanhoe (foreword).
Paris: Vincent, Fréal et Cie, 1930. Folio, title-page printed in green and black, two pages of text, 13 (lacking two) illuminated pochoir plates. Disbound plates housed in the original four-fold gray cloth portfolio, with cloth ties. Plates betray the slightest hint of finger smudges, otherwise very good. 13 (of 15) beautiful, brilliant pochoir plates, in the purest Art Deco style, created by Edouard Benedictus and stenciled in the J. Saudé studio, plates would be lovely framed. (Inventory #: 108617)
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