Philadelphia: George Barrie, (1900).
Edition printed on Japan vellum, limited to 26 copies, this no. 3. Two volumes. (viii), 303p.; (viii). 347p. Gerfaut translated by George B. Ives and illustrated with ten sets of plates in three states each: duplicate impressions of all the intaglio plates especially printed by hand, one in black, one in sepia, one finished in watercolors. The drawings are by Adolphe Weisz and etched by H. Manesse. Militona translated by J. Alfred Burgan and illustrated with nine sets of plates in three states drawn by Adrien Moreau and etched by Alphonse Lamoyye. Finely bound by Barrie in in full green crushed morocco with watered silk flyleaves, a.e.g., the spine with gilt titles and floral panel ornaments, the covers with gilt fillet border and floral corner and central initials surrounded by a wreath, green watered silk flyleaves and doblures of brown and blue morocco in elaborate gilt frames and central floral devices on laid in tan and rose. Fine in morocco lined cloth slipcases - slipcases worn. Item #20663
From the series Chefs d'Oeuvre du Roman Contemporain - Romancists.