LOUŸS, Pierre. ~ The Adventures of King Pausole illustrated by Clara Tice. [Philadelphia]: Privately printed for the Pierre Louÿs Society, 1926.
8vo (235 × 150 mm), pp. , xv, . Frontispiece and 9 plates printed in gold, silver and colours by Clara Tice. Text offset onto gold and silver inks used in the illustrations. Original publisher’s blue cloth, gilt. Spine very slightly rubbed, but a very good copy.
Number 498 of 990 copies, with vivacious and lightly erotic plates by avant-garde illustrator Clara Tice, ‘Queen of Greenwich Village’. Les Aventures du roi Pausole had first appeared in 1901.