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Maurois, André La Vie de Disraeli. Handschriftliches Manuskript des Autors. Um 1925/1926. 204 hs. numm. Bll. Gr.-8°. Signierter brauner Ganzmaroquin von G. Levitzky auf vier Bünden mt goldgepr. RTitel, Steh- und Innenkantenfileten, dreis. Goldschnitt. Vordrer Innenspiegel mit goldgepr. vegetabiler M

Maurois, André
La Vie de Disraeli. Handwritten manuscript by the author. Circa 1925/1926. 204 hs. numm. Bll. Gr.-8°. Signed brown full morocco by G. Levitzky on four bands mt gold-stamped RTitle, standing and inner edge fillets, three gilt edges. gilt edges. Inside front board with gilt vegetal vignette, moiré silk flyleaf endpapers. OCarton bound in. In marbled OS slipcase. (upper capital inconspicuously chipped).
Handwritten manuscript by the author. Circa 1925/1926. 204 numb. leaves. Signed brown full morocco by G. Levitzky on four bands with gilt title, standing and inner edge fillets, gilt edges. Inside front board with gilt vignette of vegetal motifs, flyleaf endpapers of moiré silk. Orig. notebook wrappers bound in. In marbled slipcase. (Upper capital inconspicuously chipped.) - André Maurois, originally from Alsace, actually Émile Salomon Wilhelm Herzog (1885-1967), published the present biography of the British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, in 1927. The manuscript, already divided into the three final chapters, beautifully illustrates the genesis of the book by means of numerous corrections. On lined paper with writing on one side. - In an excellent contemporary binding by the Russian-born bookbinder Grégoire Levitzky (or Georges Levitsky), who worked in Paris from 1907. - Added: André Maurois. La Vie de Disraeli. Dedication copy of the first edition. Paris, Grasset, 1929. half leather with gilt top edge and gilt spine decor. Orig. wrappers bound in. Numbered copy on vélin pur chiffon.
Alsatian-born André Maurois, real name Émile Salomon Wilhelm Herzog (1885-1967), published the present biography of the British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, in 1927. The manuscript, already divided into the three final chapters, beautifully illustrates the genesis of the book with numerous corrections. On single sided ruled paper. - In an excellent contemporary binding by the Russian-born bookbinder Grégoire Levitzky (or Georges Levitsky), who worked in Paris since 1907. - With it: André Maurois. La Vie de Disraeli. Dedication copy of the first edition. Paris, Grasset, 1929. 344 p., 1 fol. 8°. Publisher's printed boards with gilt edges and gilt headpieces. O-rule bound in. Numbered copy on vélin pur chiffon.

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Maurois, André La Vie de Disraeli. Handschriftliches Manuskript des Autors. Um 1925/1926. 204 hs. numm. Bll. Gr.-8°. Signierter brauner Ganzmaroquin von G. Levitzky auf vier Bünden mt goldgepr. RTitel, Steh- und Innenkantenfileten, dreis. Goldschnitt. Vordrer Innenspiegel mit goldgepr. vegetabiler M

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