BIBLIOPHILIA. THE GODS THIRST BY ANATOLE FRANCE AND BERTIL BULL HEDLUND.

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1716879. BIBLIOPHILIA. THE GODS THIRST BY ANATOLE FRANCE AND BERTIL BULL HEDLUND.

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Bibliophilia. France, Anatole & Hedlund, Bertil Bull, illustrations. The gods thirst. PA Norstedt & Söners publishing house, Stockholm, 1951. Large 8vo in red full morocco binding with gilt spine text, gilt spine decoration and gilt cover decoration. Purely golden section. No. 134 of the bibliophile edition's 200 copies in this binding and printed on luxury printing paper from Grycksbo Pappersbok and with an accompanying globe portfolio with gilt text and decoration containing 24 sketch sheets specially selected for this purpose and printed in light printing at Esselte Aktiebolag. Illustrated in black and white in the text by Bertil Bull Hedlund. 341 p., (II). Together 2 vol.
Anatole France, pseudonym of Jacques Anatole François Thibault, born April 16, 1844 in Paris, died October 12, 1924 in Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, Indre-et-Loire, was a French writer. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1921. Source Wikipedia.

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1716879. BIBLIOPHILIA. THE GODS THIRST BY ANATOLE FRANCE AND BERTIL BULL HEDLUND.

Description

Bibliophilia. France, Anatole & Hedlund, Bertil Bull, illustrations. The gods thirst. PA Norstedt & Söners publishing house, Stockholm, 1951. Large 8vo in red full morocco binding with gilt spine text, gilt spine decoration and gilt cover decoration. Purely golden section. No. 134 of the bibliophile edition's 200 copies in this binding and printed on luxury printing paper from Grycksbo Pappersbok and with an accompanying globe portfolio with gilt text and decoration containing 24 sketch sheets specially selected for this purpose and printed in light printing at Esselte Aktiebolag. Illustrated in black and white in the text by Bertil Bull Hedlund. 341 p., (II). Together 2 vol.
Anatole France, pseudonym of Jacques Anatole François Thibault, born April 16, 1844 in Paris, died October 12, 1924 in Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, Indre-et-Loire, was a French writer. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1921. Source Wikipedia.

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Minor traces of use on the covers of the tape. A nice copy.

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June book auction

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