Title: A Little Tour in France.
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin,, Boston:
Publication Date: 1900
Edition: Second Edition, ordinary issue..
octavo, A few minor revisions were made in the text of the second edition. The preface is new and the note labelled "Introductory" is extensively rewritten. Frontispiece and 43 illustrations tipped in, and 22 illustrations on text leaves, all by Joseph Pennell. Edel & Laurence A23b. A fine, bright copy of the handsome Thomas Watson Ball designer binding with only the most minor bit of scuffing to gilt on front cover. dark green cloth, lettering and multi-ruled panels in cream-green and castle ornament blocked in gilt, cream-green, and orange-brown on front cover. T.e.g. Bookseller Inventory # 14830
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