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Emmanuel GRAMMONT (born in 1862). Two bound albums Uniforms of the Imperial Guard of the Second Empire (1854-1870) illustrated by 66 original watercolors annotated (album 1: title page, table of contents, 31 plates of uniforms, table of contents + 2 plates of standards of the 1st World War; album 2: 32 plates of uniforms, table of contents) Great freshness of colors, foxing In their Louis XV style wooden travel table with wheels opening to a flap 78 x 77 x 54 cm Provenance library of Colonel de Vigier, 1912 Boards 46x31 cm Pages 57,5x40 cm vol. 58,5x43 cm approx. Handwritten inventory on December 31, 1915, p. 46: "Collection Uniforms of the Imperial Guard IInd Empire, 51 watercolors by E. Grammont 1854-1870. These watercolors are listed under n°52 of the catalog of military costumes from the library of Colonel du Vigier - Sale Drouot 8 & 9 May 1912. I did not buy these watercolors at the sale but the next day at the expert in charge of the sale Henri Leclercq 219 rue Saint Honoré, Paris, 500 francs " Handwritten inventory as of December 31, 1915, p. 47: "May 19, 1912, 2 watercolors completed by Grammont (the author artist 12 avenue du Parc in Sceaux No. 9 and 10 of the current filing, 100 francs ") "July 9, 1912, 9 watercolors by the same (current classt) 6.8.11.12.30.34.36.45.49, 450 francs" "July 30, 1912, 2 watercolors by the same (current classt) 14.27, 100 francs" "July 30, 1912, 1 table modified or rather redone, 25 francs" "July 30, 1912, 68 including 64 watercolors, 1 Title, 2 old mat. tables 1 redone, 1175 francs" "June 19, 1912, 2 albums in chagrin with inscription Gde Imp. 2nd Empire Bon Marché, 116 francs, total 1291 francs" "I Volume 1 to 33 - II Volume 34 to 66 including 64 watercolors" Handwritten inventory as of December 31, 1915, p. 76: "1 small walnut cabinet containing 2 albums Collection aquarelles Gde Imp. 1854-1870 by Grammont"

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Emmanuel GRAMMONT (born in 1862). Two bound albums Uniforms of the Imperial Guard of the Second Empire (1854-1870) illustrated by 66 original watercolors annotated (album 1: title page, table of contents, 31 plates of uniforms, table of contents + 2 plates of standards of the 1st World War; album 2: 32 plates of uniforms, table of contents) Great freshness of colors, foxing In their Louis XV style wooden travel table with wheels opening to a flap 78 x 77 x 54 cm Provenance library of Colonel de Vigier, 1912 Boards 46x31 cm Pages 57,5x40 cm vol. 58,5x43 cm approx. Handwritten inventory on December 31, 1915, p. 46: "Collection Uniforms of the Imperial Guard IInd Empire, 51 watercolors by E. Grammont 1854-1870. These watercolors are listed under n°52 of the catalog of military costumes from the library of Colonel du Vigier - Sale Drouot 8 & 9 May 1912. I did not buy these watercolors at the sale but the next day at the expert in charge of the sale Henri Leclercq 219 rue Saint Honoré, Paris, 500 francs " Handwritten inventory as of December 31, 1915, p. 47: "May 19, 1912, 2 watercolors completed by Grammont (the author artist 12 avenue du Parc in Sceaux No. 9 and 10 of the current filing, 100 francs ") "July 9, 1912, 9 watercolors by the same (current classt) 6.8.11.12.30.34.36.45.49, 450 francs" "July 30, 1912, 2 watercolors by the same (current classt) 14.27, 100 francs" "July 30, 1912, 1 table modified or rather redone, 25 francs" "July 30, 1912, 68 including 64 watercolors, 1 Title, 2 old mat. tables 1 redone, 1175 francs" "June 19, 1912, 2 albums in chagrin with inscription Gde Imp. 2nd Empire Bon Marché, 116 francs, total 1291 francs" "I Volume 1 to 33 - II Volume 34 to 66 including 64 watercolors" Handwritten inventory as of December 31, 1915, p. 76: "1 small walnut cabinet containing 2 albums Collection aquarelles Gde Imp. 1854-1870 by Grammont"

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