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‎KHAITZINE Richard -‎

Reference : 1389

‎Galeries et passages de Paris - À la recherche du temps passé - Editions Le Mercure Dauphinois Grenoble 2010‎

‎ petit in-8° broché, 304 pages, comme neuf, collection Guides "le P'tit Flâneur" ISBN : 978-2-35662-032-3 ‎


‎En 1850, Paris comptait 150 passages couverts qui, en majeure partie, furent détruits lors des travaux menés par le baron Haussmann. Aujourdhui, il ne subsiste quune vingtaine de ces constructions qui sont les témoins muets du passé. Muets ? Sil leur était donné de parler, ils auraient bien des histoires et de lHistoire à vous conter. Les plus grands écrivains ont évoqué ces lieux dun autre âge au sein de leurs romans. Ainsi, Balzac nous a restitué latmosphère qui régnait dans les Galeries et passages du Palais-Royal, lieu du jeu et de la prostitution et qui fut le quartier général des membres de la Bande Noire, ancétres de nos modernes spéculateurs. Lérudit et fantaisiste Gérard de Nerval sy livra à ses excentricités et Diderot y vécut un amour passionné... enfin, peut-être ! Plus récemment, Boris Vian et Serge Gainsbourg débutèrent au Milord lArsouille, cabaret qui accueillait, Ferré, Brassens et Brel. Zola, quant à lui, planta le décor de Nana sous les lambris du passage des Panoramas. Mais qui se souvient, quen 1832, Victor Hugo faillit être tué, au passage du Saumon ? Deux ans auparavant, il aurait pu croiser Alexandre Dumas, vêtu en chasseur et armé dun fusil de chasse, venu participer à linsurrection de 1830. Au passage de lOpéra disparu se réunissaient Breton, Aragon, leurs amis surréalistes et dadaïstes, révolutionnaires du verbe. Le passage Choiseul semble encore hanté par les Parnassiens qui, comme létonnant et mystérieux Raymond Roussel, furent publiés par Lemerre, chez qui Verlaine « botta le cul » dAnatole France. Peut-être y croiserez-vous le détective Nestor Burma se rendant dans ses locaux de lagence Fiat Lux. Toutefois, selon votre humeur, vous pourrez préférer vous perdre dans ces humbles voies qui sont autant de passages découverts. Lunivers de la BD nest pas oublié et ce nest pas la moindre des surprises qui vous attend dans le sombre passage des Patriarches. Edgar P. Jacobs et sa célèbre Marque Jaune, y ont laissé une curieuse énigme, en loccurrence une vignette muette, comportant un phylactère privé de son texte, de sa Parole. ‎

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‎KHAITZINE Richard -‎

Reference : 2105

‎Les jardins de bagatelle à Paris : Histoire et secrets - Editions Le Mercure Dauphinois Grenoble 2006‎

‎ petit in-8° broché, 256 pages, très bon état, légère pliure au bas de la première de couverture, collection Guides "le P'tit Flâneur" ISBN : 2-913826-69.5‎


‎Situé en bordure du Bois de Boulogne le domaine de Bagatelle bénéficie de la ferveur du public pour ses magnifiques jardins. Mais pour la plupart des historiens, le nom de Bagatelle demeure associé aux rendez-vous galants de lhistoire. Sagit-il seulement de cela ? vous découvrirez que Bagatelle est une demeure philosophale construite en fonction dun symbolisme précis destiné à voiler un secret que lauteur vous invite à découvrir. ‎

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‎KHAWAM R. (ADAPTATION)‎

Reference : RO30138387

(1966)

‎LES AVENTURES DE SINDBAD LE MARIN‎

‎EDITIONS DE L'AMITIE G.T. RAGEOT. 1966. In-8. Relié. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Coiffe en tête abîmée, Intérieur acceptable. 153 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, et frontispice en couleurs - culs de lampe - tampons en page de titre - une étiquette contre collée sur la coiffe en pied. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎KHAYAM OMAR‎

Reference : R260179211

(1984)

ISBN : 2881430023

‎LES RUBAIYAT‎

‎LIBER. 1984. In-4. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. ACHEVE D'IMPRIMER LE 10.05.1984 - 122 pages - nombreuses planches en couleurs. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎KHAYAM OMAR‎

Reference : R160138254

(1978)

‎LES RUBAIYAT. MINIATURES PERSANES‎

‎LIBER. 1978. In-4. Cartonné. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 124 pages. Nombreuses illustrations en couleurs hors texte. Ouvrage de bibliothèque avec une couverture plastique transparente sur la couverture originale.Tampons de bibliothèque sur la page de titre. Une étiquette de code en pied du dos.. Avec Jaquette. . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎KHAYAM OMAR‎

Reference : R260189885

(1978)

‎LES RUBAIYAT - MINIATURES PERSANES‎

‎LIBER. 1978. In-4. Cartonné. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 122 pages augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en couleur dans et hors texte -. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎Khoury Sani‎

Reference : R260233011

‎Visitez la terre Sainte avec 228 images en couleurs Sommaire: Nazareth, Bethléem, Massada, La mer Morte, Césarée maritime, Haïfa, Les cornes de Hittin, Jérusalem...‎

‎Au bureau du journal. non daté. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos abîmé, Intérieur frais. 144 pages augmentées de nombreuses photos en couleurs dans et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎


‎Sommaire: Nazareth, Bethléem, Massada, La mer Morte, Césarée maritime, Haïfa, Les cornes de Hittin, Jérusalem... Classification Dewey : 910-Géographie générale. Voyages‎

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‎KHOURY WALID ET O.M.G.‎

Reference : R160106187

(1988)

‎VISITEZ LA TERRE SAINTE AVEC 228 IMAGES EN COULEUR‎

‎AU BUREAU DE L'OUVRAGE. 1988. In-4. Broché. Bon état, Couv. défraîchie, Dos frotté, Intérieur acceptable. 144 pages. Couverture illustrée en couleur. Nombreuses illustrations en couleur dans le texte et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎

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‎Kibicho Wanjohi Péron Xavier‎

Reference : 57218

(2007)

ISBN : 9782296026698

‎Tourisme en pays maasaï (Kenya) : de la destruction sociale au développement durable‎

‎Editions L'Harmattan 2007 268 pages 21x14x3cm. 2007. Broché. 268 pages. comme neuf‎


‎Etat de Neuf‎

Le Livre Nomade

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‎KIELICH WOLF‎

Reference : RO30056297

‎OCEANIE ET PHILIPPINES‎

‎EDITIOSN FAMOT - GENEVE. non daté. In-4. En feuillets. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 153 pages. Nombreuses photos en couleurs dans le texte et hors texte. Reliure d'éditeur moderne. Image contre collée en première de couverutre, en couleurs. Dos simili cuir noir.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎

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‎KIENE Paul F.‎

Reference : V1535

‎Le SANCTUAIRE de DIEU dans le Désert du SINAÏ‎

‎Éditions Bibles et Traités Chrétiens, 1978, première édition – La Tente d'Assignation, Le Tabernacle. Ouvrage illustré d'une trentaine de photos en couleurs.‎


‎Cartonné, 160 pages, format 19 x 27 - Très bon état, légères marques sur la couverture - Les frais d'envoi sont donnés pour la France‎

A chacun son livre

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‎KIEV GUIJUITE‎

Reference : R320001375

(1985)

‎ROPODA-REPON - 1941/1945.‎

‎MOCKBA. 1985. In-16. En feuillets. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Pochette de 11 photos couleur.. . . A l'italienne. Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910.4-Voyages‎

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‎KILIAN (Conrad)‎

Reference : 13184

(1925)

‎Au Hoggar. Mission de 1922‎

‎ 1925 Paris, Société d'éditions géographiques, maritimes et coloniales, 1925, in 8 br., couvert. verte, bel ex. non coupé.‎


‎Éd. orig. illustrée de 16 planches hors-texte et de 3 cartes. Les ouvrages dont le prix est supérieur à 35 euros vous seront envoyés par colissimo avec suivi, et remis contre signature. ‎

Librairie de Sèvres - Paris

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‎KILIAN (Conrad)‎

Reference : 4296

‎La liaison automobile Ouargla - Djanet‎


‎Paris, Centre d'études sur l'histoire du Sahara, 1989 - In 8°, 15x22 cm, 20 pp, couverture crème imprimée, une carte détachée en noir et blanc‎

Librairie Bal - Chambéry

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‎KING (Dean)‎

Reference : 7139

‎Les Naufragés du Sahara.‎

‎ Noir sur Blanc, Lausanne, 2007. In-8 broché, couverture illustrée. 395 pages. Gravures et cartes dans le texte. Traduit de l'américain par Valérie Rosier.‎


‎Etat neuf. ‎

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‎"KING, PHILIP PARKER. ‎

Reference : 56065

(1835)

‎Instructions Nautiques Sur Les CÃŽtes De La Patagonie, Depuis La Terre Des Etats, a L'est, Jusqu'au Cap Tres-Montes, a L'ouest, Y Compris Le DÃtroit De Magellan et la CÃŽte du Large de la Terre-De-Feu. [i.e. English ""Sailing directions for the coasts... - [THE FIRST VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE]‎

‎Paris, Imprimerie Royal, 1835. 8vo. Bound entirely uncut and unopened in a recent half cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. 3 small stamps to title-page and light occassional marginal brownspotting, a fine copy. 247 pp. + folded map. ‎


‎The very rare first French (and first overall) translation of King's important sailing directions for the Coasts of Eastern and Western Patagonia, being the first surveying voyage of HMS Beagle spanning from 1826 to 1830. The ship's second voyage, famous for carrying the recently graduated naturalist Charles Darwin around the world, visited many of the same regions as this first voyage. Incidentally, Kingâs son Philip Gidley King was along on the voyage, too. He would later be a midshipmen on the Beagleâs second voyage, sharing a cabin and a life-long friendship with Darwin.""King was now recognized as one of Britain's leading hydrographers and in February 1824 was made a fellow of the Royal Society. In May 1826 he sailed in command of H.M.S. Adventure, with H.M.S. Beagle in company, to chart the coasts of Peru, Chile and Patagonia. This arduous task lasted until 1830. Among King's subordinates were John Stokes, John Wickham and Owen Stanley. There were narrow escapes from shipwreck and the two commanders were under great strain. In August 1828 the captain of the Beagle shot himself. "" (ADB). ""The shipâs adventure paralleled the second voyage - calling on many of the same ports - Cape Verde Islands, Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo (and many others Darwin would see in the coming years) and creating detailed maps of several of the same regions. Though, as it was one of the first attempts to really try and survey Tierra del Fuego, the crew learned just how difficult the conditions were in that part of the world. A little over two years into the voyage (in summer of 1828) the crew was suffering from malnutrition as the Beagleâs food supplies were virtually gone. And scurvy and infections were taking a heavy toll on the men. On August 1st, the commander, who was suffering from depression (along with the lack of food and other illnesses), shot himself in the head. He suffered for almost two weeks before he finally passed away.Stokes suicide (and fear of a similar fate) was one of the main reasons FitzRoy decided to bring a social equal on the second voyage with him. Someone to help keep him sane. That someone, of course, was our Mr. Darwin.""‎

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‎KING, RICHARD.‎

Reference : 54127

(1836)

‎Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, in 1833, 1834, and 1835 under the Command of Capt Back, R N. 2 vols. - [KINGâS IMPORTANT NARRATIVE OF BACKâS 1833-1835 ARCTIC EXPEDITION]‎

‎London, Richard Bentley, 1836. 8vo. In one later full green cloth binding with black leather title-label with gilt lettering to spine. Stamps to front end-papers and small stamp to title-page, otherwise a fine copy. XV, (1), 312, (1)" viii, 321, (1)pp.+ 4 plates [2 frontispieces, a map and a plate depicting two ""Arctomys Okanaganii""]. Without vol. I half-title (not called for in vol. II).‎


‎Rare first edition of Dr. King's narrative of his travels under Captain Back in the Arctic Ocean in the mid 1830ies, a work praised for its more sanguine view of the expedition compared to his commander's.Shortly after qualifying as a medical man, King obtained the post of surgeon and naturalist in the expedition led by Captain George Back, to the mouth of the Great Fish River (now known as the Back River) between 1833 and 1835, in search of Captain John Ross. He took a prominent part in the expedition, and is frequently mentioned in Back's Narrative (1836).King generally described the Back expedition as a series of missed opportunities - an implicit argument for recognition of his own contribution: ""King 'had a much more arduous share of the work than Back and was largely responsible for the success of the expedition', and felt that yet more could have been achieved, had it been better led. King makes these criticisms in his account, which was published in late 1836, and, as one would expect, contains material published in Back's narrative"" however, 'King's is in many respects the better book, since he showed a far deeper understanding of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic and did not indulge in dramatic exaggeration"" (ODNB).""King, surgeon and naturalist of the Back expedition that descended the Back River to the arctic coast of Canada, includes much material similar to that contained in Sir George Back's Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition, 1836, with additional detail on birds, mammals, and fishes, especially as observed near Fort Reliance"" (Arctic Bibliography). ""Dr. King's narrative is full of the details of Indian life, as it was presented to the members of Captain Back's expedition. He looked at the same transactions with the natives, and the same phases of their character which Captain Back portrays, from a different point, and their coloring to his eye bears another tinge. His journal, filled with descriptions of interviews with the Chippewyans, Crees, Dog-Ribs, and Esquimaux, is therefore exceedingly interesting even after the perusal of Captain Back's narrative. Although every chapter is largely devoted to incidents associated with the natives, and anecdotes illustrative of their character, Dr. King yields the whole of Chapter xii. to an examination and relation of the present condition of the tribes inhabiting the Hudson's Bay territories. The Doctor does not attempt to conceal the chagrin he felt, at the cool absorption of his own careful researches in the narrative of Captain Back. In the splendid work of that really eminent explorer, there appears a little, and but a little of that want of generosity which the relation of Dr. King insinuates. Both give the most minute narrations of the peculiar traits of the Northern Indians, their destructive wars, their wasting from disease, and famine, and debauchery, all of which are directly traceable to their communication with the whites. Dr. King, however, finds in them traces of some of the nobler, as well as the more tender emotions, the possession of which Captain Back somewhat superciliously derides. Dr. King very justly reminds him that the gallant Captain owed his life, and that of his entire party, to the devotion and self-denial, through two long starving winters, of the Chippewyan chief Akaitcho. This remarkable Indian deserves an honorable fame. While his tribe in common with himself were starving, he shared with Captain Franklin in his two expeditions, and with Captain Back in a third, the scanty food, which his superior hunter-craft enabled him to obtain, when the duller white reason failed. Captain Franklin would never have sailed upon his fateful voyage, but for the humanity of Akaitcho, as he would have perished of starvation on his first exploration"" (Field). Arctic Bibliography 8708 Field 831Sabin 37831 (erroneously calling for 7 plates) Staton and Tremaine 1899Wagner-Camp 62.‎

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‎"KING, RICHARD.‎

Reference : 53938

(1855)

‎The Franklin Expedition from First to Last. By Dr. King, M.D. - [DR. RICHARD KING'S EXCEEDINGLY RARE CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE ADMIRALTY REGARDING THE SEARCH FOR THE LOST FRANKLIN EXPEDITIO]‎

‎London, John Churchill, 1855. 8vo. In publisher's original full embossed cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spine faded and top of spine chipped. Extremities slightly rubbed. Gilt stamp to front board and stamp to upper part of pasted down front end-paper. Small mark to p. 172, otherwise internally fine and clean. xxxviii, 3-224pp. + 2 charts (""Dr. Kings Conjectual chart 1848"" + ""The Admiralty Chart 1848"") and 3 plates (one of them in text).‎


‎The exceedingly rare first edition, only to have appeared in auction twice the past 40 years, of Dr. Richard King's correspondence with the Admiralty regarding the search for the lost Franklin Expedition. King persistently held the view - which later was proved correct - that the Franklin Expedition, or traces of it, would be found, at or near the mouth of the Great Fish River. He volunteered to lead a search expedition, but was ignored. In his letters to periodicals, government ministers and the Admiralty, published in this present work, we are given a most interesting insight into the politics and practicalities regarding the search for the Franklin Expedition - one of the most notorious chapters in the history of polar exploration.When the John Franklin expedition, in seach for the Northwest Passage, departed England in 1845 on the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror and had not returned by 1848, the Admiralty launched a search for the missing expedition. Partly prompted by Franklin's fame and the Admiralty's offer of a finder's reward, many subsequent expeditions joined the hunt, which at one point in 1850 involved no less than 13 ships. ""King took great interest in Franklin's expedition and was one of the first to raise the alarm when he failed to return. He insisted, at first on very slender evidence, that Franklin's party would be found near the mouth of the Great Fish River. His opinion was discounted and in 1847 and 1856 his offer to lead a search party was refused. His loud and continued insistence on the need to search his favoured site increased the animosity of the Admiralty, the Hudson's Bay Company, and the Royal Geographical Society, who were also irritated by popular journals which took up King's point of view. Matters were not helped by King's Franklin Search from First to Last (1855) [i.e. this work] which set out his own convictions and dwelt on the obduracy of those who would not listen to him. Franklin's party was finally found by M'Clintock in 1859 in the spot King had suggested eleven years earlier. The delay, however, probably made no material difference since, even if his advice been taken immediately, it would probably have come too late to save any of Franklin's men"" (ODNB).""Correspondence between the author and the British Admiralty and Colonial Office, regarding Dr. King's offers to aid, and his views on the search for the lost Franklin party"" with other letters and newspaper articles, and with excerpts from King's earlier account (1836) of his trip down the Fish (Back) River. Includes considerable comment on the geography, importance of the Back River route to find Franklin, conditions of travel in the region, and on the activities of those (in northern Canada and in London) involved in the Franklin search."" (A.B. 8706)Sabin 37797 Staton & Tremaine 3571A.B. 8706‎

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‎KINGSTON W. H. G.‎

Reference : 1812

‎Une croisière autour du monde.‎

‎ Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1887. In-8 reliure percaline rouge éditeur. Décors noir et doré. 279 pages. Illustré de 44 gravures sur bois par Riou. Ouvrage imité de l'anglais avec l'autorisation de l'auteur par J. Belin de Launay. Quatrième édition. ‎


‎Plats et dos partiellement brunis. Rousseurs. ‎

Librairie Le Bateau Livre - Montpellier

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‎KINGSTON (W. H. G.).-‎

Reference : 66502

‎Une croisière autour du monde. Ouvrage imité de l'anglais par J. Belin de Launay. 5e édition.‎

‎ P., Hachette (Bibliothèque des Ecoles et des Familles), 1893, grand in 8° relié pleine percaline rouge décorée à chaud et à froid de l'éditeur, tranches dorées, fers du Lycée de st Etienne sur le premier plat, 281 pages. ‎


‎Illustré de 44 gravures sur bois par RIOU. PHOTOS SUR DEMANDE. ****************Photos sur demande*************‎

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‎[RIOU.] - ‎ ‎KINGSTON (W.H.G.)‎

Reference : 561354

(1876)

‎Une croisière autour du monde. Ouvrage imité de l'anglais avec l'autorisation de l'auteur par J. Belin de Launay.‎

‎P., Hachette, 1876. In-8, cartonnage éditeur toilé rouge, titre doré avec décor noir et or au dos et au plat supérieur (plaque de Souzé), tranches dorées, [2] ff., 279 pp., [2] f., 44 illustrations gravées sur bois dans le texte par Riou, certaines à pleine page. Qq. rousseurs éparses, cartonnage bien conservé, bonne condition. Ex-dono sur une garde.‎


‎. ‎

Librairie Le Trait d'Union S.A.R.L. - Troyes

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‎KINGSTON W.H.G.-[RIOU]‎

Reference : b27683

(1882)

‎UNE CROISIERE AUTOUR DU MONDE ‎

‎Paris, Hachette 1882. Un volume in-8°(24x15cm). Cartonnage d'éditeur pleine percaline rouge; le premier plat et le dos ornés de compositions dorées. Tranches dorées. 279p. Ouvrage illustré de 44 gravures sur bois par Riou. ouvrage imité de l'anglais par J. Belin de Launay. Cartonnage frotté(premier plat et coiffes). Quelques cahiers déréglés. Etat correct cependant.‎


Librairie Merolle - Lyon

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‎KINGSTON, WILLIAM H.G.‎

Reference : 28586

(1875)

‎Adventures of Dick Onslow among the Red Indians.‎

‎London, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis, n.date (ca. 1875). orig. full pictorial cloth, gilt. All edges gilt. VIII,319 pp. Frontispiece and 6 wood-engraved plates. Light browning to last 2 leaves, otherwise fine.‎


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‎King-Tseu (Wou) - Tchang Fou-Jouei et André Lévy eds.‎

Reference : 71053

(1979)

‎Chronique indiscrète des Mandarins - 2 tomes - Tome 1 et Tome 2 (complet) - traduit du chinois par Tchang Fou-Jouei, introduction par André Lévy‎

‎Gallimard , Connaissance de l'Orient Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1979 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché , sous couverture imprimée éditeur blanche et rouge grand In-8 2 vol. - 839 pages‎


‎ Contents, Chapitres : Tome 1, Introduction par André Lévy, xxiv, Texte, 402 pages - Tome 2, pages 403 à 815 couvertures legerement jaunies, avec quelques pliures aux coins, le film transparent de la couverture se détache sur les bords, intérieur frais et propre, une note en chinois sur la page de titres, cela reste un bon exemplaire, complet en 2 tomes, petite tache sur la tranche du tome 1 n'affectant pas les pages - grand format, il ne s'agit pas de l'édition en poche‎

Librairie Internet Philoscience - Malicorne-sur-Sarthe
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‎KING, William Ross.‎

Reference : 39651

(1866)

‎The sportsman and naturalist in Canada.‎

‎Londres : 1866 In-8, toile verte illustrée de l'éditeur.‎


‎ Première édition, illustrée par 6 chromolithographies. Sabin 37857.‎

Librairie Michel Bouvier - Paris

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