The Tales of Guy de Maupassant (1850 - 1893) Leather Bound - image 1 of 5

Beautiful red leather bound book: The Tales of Guy de Maupaussant . The translations by Lafcadio Hearn and others chosen & with and introduction by Justin O'Brien. The Illustrations from water-colors by Gunter Bohmer.

From the Easton Press collector's edition of The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written.

The book features premium hand-cut full leather boards with a distinct cover design in ornate 22-karat gilt also on the pages. There are silk moire end-papers with a sewn in matching satin bookmark. The paper used is acid neutral to last generations without discoloring. The condition of the book is Fine in as new condition and very tight, never having been opened or read. There is a bookplate from the estate of the previous owner that can be replaced. No other markings or any other signs of previous ownership. These books really have to be held to appreciate the beauty of them.

472 pages. Measures 9 1/2" X 7" and weighs 2 lbs. 11oz.

More books from the collector’s edition of
The Greatest Books Ever Written (not on line yet)
Oscar Wilde, ( 1854 – 1900) - Stories 313 pages, Burgundy leather
Anton Checkhov (1860 – 1904) - Two Plays, The Cherry Orchard and Three Sisters. 153 pages, brown leather.
Joseph Conrad (1857 – 1913). Lord Jim. 407 pages, dark blue leather.
William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1935). Poems of Yeats, 135 pages, light green leather
Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) – Pride and Prejudice. 411 pages, red leather
John Bunyan (1628 – 1688) – The Pilgrims Progress, green leather
Benjamin Franklin (1706 – 1790) – Autobiography, 233 pages, red leather

All are in the same gift quality condition as are all my leather bound books from E.P. or Franklin Library.
Email or text me if interested in any of these.


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