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  • Mitsou. by COLETTE. HERMANN-PAUL, illustrator. COLETTE. HERMANN-PAUL, illustrator. ~ Mitsou. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [ 1923].
    First edition with the Hermann-Paul illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies only with the woodcuts on chine, numbered and signed by the artist in pencil.… (more)

    First edition with the Hermann-Paul illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies only with the woodcuts on chine, numbered and signed by the artist in pencil. A brilliant pairing of one of Colette’s popular novellas (which had first appeared in 1919) with the illustrations of one of the most striking wood engravers of the twenties. He was already very well established by the time of the Great War, and turned to working on wood by necessity as metal for print making became scarce.

    Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Le Pardon Prématuré. by CORTHIS, André. Paul VIGOUREUX, illustrator. CORTHIS, André. Paul VIGOUREUX, illustrator. ~ Le Pardon Prématuré. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with the illustrations by Vigoureux. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 20 wood engravings on chine, all initially by… (more)

    First edition with the illustrations by Vigoureux. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 20 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Le meilleur Ami. by BOYLESVE, René. Raphaël DROUART, illustrator. BOYLESVE, René. Raphaël DROUART, illustrator. ~ Le meilleur Ami. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1923].
    First edition with the illustrations by Drouart. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by… (more)

    First edition with the illustrations by Drouart. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Giséle, La Guitare et le jazz-band. by DUVERNOIS, Henri. Berthe MARX, illustrator. DUVERNOIS, Henri. Berthe MARX, illustrator. ~ Giséle, La Guitare et le jazz-band. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1924].
    First edition with the illustrations by Berthe Marx. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially… (more)

    First edition with the illustrations by Berthe Marx. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • La Bataille. by FARRÈRE, Claude. A. ROUBILLE, illustrator. FARRÈRE, Claude. A. ROUBILLE, illustrator. ~ La Bataille. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1923].
    First edition with the Roubille illustrations. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the… (more)

    First edition with the Roubille illustrations. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • L’Aventure de Thérèse Beauchamps. by MIOMANDRE, Francis de. Roger GRILLON, illustrator. MIOMANDRE, Francis de. Roger GRILLON, illustrator. ~ L’Aventure de Thérèse Beauchamps. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with Grillon’s illustrations. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist.… (more)

    First edition with Grillon’s illustrations. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper. 1913

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  • Marie-Claire. by AUDOUX, Marguerite. Paul-Émile COLIN, illustrator. AUDOUX, Marguerite. Paul-Émile COLIN, illustrator. ~ Marie-Claire. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with the Colin illustrations of Audoux successful autobiography of a humble rural upbringing (1911).

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    First edition with the Colin illustrations of Audoux successful autobiography of a humble rural upbringing (1911).

    Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 21 wood engravings on chine, all initially by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Les Justices de paix ou les vingt façons de juger dans Paris. by BENJAMIN, Réné. Georges BRUYER, illustrator. BENJAMIN, Réné. Georges BRUYER, illustrator. ~ Les Justices de paix ou les vingt façons de juger dans Paris. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1928].
    First edition with Bruyer’s illustrations (the book was first published unillustrated in 1913), number 2 of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in… (more)

    First edition with Bruyer’s illustrations (the book was first published unillustrated in 1913), number 2 of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in a signed suite on chine.

    Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • L’Isle de volupté. by HARRY, Myriam. Pierre FALKÉ, editor. HARRY, Myriam. Pierre FALKÉ, editor. ~ L’Isle de volupté. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1923].
    First edition with Falké’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in a signed suite on chine.

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    First edition with Falké’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in a signed suite on chine.

    Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper. The series was very popular and ran for several years, with some titles reprinted in successive editions.

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  • Grangoujon. by BENJAMIN, René. A. ROUBILLE, illustrator. BENJAMIN, René. A. ROUBILLE, illustrator. ~ Grangoujon. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with the illustrations by Roubille, one of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in a signed suite on chine.

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    First edition with the illustrations by Roubille, one of 15 copies with all the wood engravings present in a signed suite on chine.

    Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper. The series was very popular and ran for several years, with some titles reprinted in successive editions.

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  • Je vous ai désirée un soir... by BOYLESVE, René. Paul BAUDIER, llustrator. BOYLESVE, René. Paul BAUDIER, llustrator. ~ Je vous ai désirée un soir... Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition. Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price.… (more)

    First edition. Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper. The series was very popular and ran for several years, with some titles reprinted in successive editions.

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  • Gaspard. by BENJAMIN, Réné. RENEFER, illustrator. BENJAMIN, Réné. RENEFER, illustrator. ~ Gaspard. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1923].
    First edition of the first of Fayard’s important Livre de Demain series, one of 15 copies with the illustrations in an additional suite on chine,… (more)

    First edition of the first of Fayard’s important Livre de Demain series, one of 15 copies with the illustrations in an additional suite on chine, signed. Benjamin’s Prix Goncourt novel of 1915 was written in hospital while recovering from injuries sustained at Verdun in September 1914 (and first published by Fayard). The wood engravings are among Renefer’s most evocative war illustrations.

    Fayard’s Livres de Demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper. The series was very popular and ran for several years, with some titles reprinted in successive editions.

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  • La Femme et le pantin. by LOUŸS, Pierre. Ch. J. HALLO, illustrator. LOUŸS, Pierre. Ch. J. HALLO, illustrator. ~ La Femme et le pantin. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with the illustrations by Hallo, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 28 wood engravings on chine, all signed by… (more)

    First edition with the illustrations by Hallo, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 28 wood engravings on chine, all signed by the artist. Louÿs’ novel set in Seville (’The Woman and the Puppet’) first appeared in 1898. It saw several later editions and no less than five film adaptations, including Duvivier’s 1959 classic starring Brigitte Bardot.

    Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • La Divine Chanson. by HARRY, Myriam. Ch. J. HALLO, illustrator. HARRY, Myriam. Ch. J. HALLO, illustrator. ~ La Divine Chanson. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with the illustrations by Hallo, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 23 wood engravings on chine, all initialled by… (more)

    First edition with the illustrations by Hallo, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 23 wood engravings on chine, all initialled by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Les Amants tourmentés. by RENEFER, illustrator. VIOUX, Marcelle. RENEFER, illustrator. VIOUX, Marcelle. ~ Les Amants tourmentés. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1925].
    First edition with Renefer’s illustrations of an evocative Montparnasse-set novel first published in 1923. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29… (more)

    First edition with Renefer’s illustrations of an evocative Montparnasse-set novel first published in 1923. Number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 29 wood engravings on chine, all signed by the artist. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • La Belle-Enfant ou l’Amour à 40 ans. by DARAGNÈS, illustrator. Eugène MONTFORT. DARAGNÈS, illustrator. Eugène MONTFORT. ~ La Belle-Enfant ou l’Amour à 40 ans. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1926].
    First edition with Daragnès’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 27 wood engravings on chine, all numbered. Daragnès was both… (more)

    First edition with Daragnès’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 27 wood engravings on chine, all numbered. Daragnès was both an artist and publisher in his own right, producing some of the most stylish illustrated books of the interwar period. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • Le Peuple de la mer. by RENEFER, illustrator. ELDER, Marc. RENEFER, illustrator. ELDER, Marc. ~ Le Peuple de la mer. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1926].
    First edition with Renefer’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 22 wood engravings on chine, all signed by the artist.… (more)

    First edition with Renefer’s illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies with the suite of all 22 wood engravings on chine, all signed by the artist. Elder’s novel of the sea had won the 1913 Prix Goncourt (against both Proust and Alain Fournier). Renefer had made his name as a war artist during the Great War. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • La Randonnée de Samba Diouf. by FALKÉ, Pierre, illustrator. Jérome and Jean THARAUD. FALKÉ, Pierre, illustrator. Jérome and Jean THARAUD. ~ La Randonnée de Samba Diouf. Paris: Fayard, Le Livre de Demain, [1926].
    First edition with the Falké illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies only with the woodcuts on chine, numbered and initialled by the artist. A colonialist… (more)

    First edition with the Falké illustrations, number 2 of 15 copies only with the woodcuts on chine, numbered and initialled by the artist. A colonialist novel in which a young Senegalese fisherman finds himself enlisted in the army, fighting with the French in the trenches of the Great War. It first appeared in 1922. Fayard’s Livres de demain brought examples of the current revival in woodcut and wood engraving to a wide audience at a reasonable price. Accordingly, the illustrations of the regular volumes were printed in large numbers from phototype metal blocks made from the prints, with just 15 copies of each (as here) presented with an additional suite of the original woodcuts specially printed on fine paper.

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  • [14 coloured erotic cards]. by (EROTICA). (EROTICA). ~ [14 coloured erotic cards]. [?Farnce, c. 1920s].
    14 rare belle époque cards, including: ‘Au Pompe-Dard — Pumping Fashion’; ‘Position du tireur debout — Standing fashion’; ‘Enviander les Brancards — Between the Shafts’,… (more)

    14 rare belle époque cards, including: ‘Au Pompe-Dard — Pumping Fashion’; ‘Position du tireur debout — Standing fashion’; ‘Enviander les Brancards — Between the Shafts’, etc.

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  • My Darling and I. by (EROTICA). (EROTICA). ~ My Darling and I. [Paris, c. 1940s].
    A series of witty and finely executed erotic miniatures, presumably a Paris souvenir made with an anglophone audience in mind, most likely the American servicemen… (more)

    A series of witty and finely executed erotic miniatures, presumably a Paris souvenir made with an anglophone audience in mind, most likely the American servicemen in Paris after 1945.

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