Lot 610 of 725:
Rare French Edition of Rackham Peter Pan  

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Lot closed - unsold
Estimate:
$1,500 - $2,000

Title:
Piter Pan dans les Jardins de Kensington

Author:
Barrie, J.M.

Place:
Paris

Publisher:
Hachette et Cie

Date:
1907

Description:

x, 120 pp. Fifty color plates by Arthur Rackham tipped to heavy brown paper. (4to) original full vellum, stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. One of 270 copies of the deluxe French Edition, not signed by Rackham (as issued). With: Barrie, J.M. The Little White Bird. (8vo) original blue cloth. First Edition. The two volumes housed together in a custom two-part slipcase.

The French deluxe edition is quite uncommon. 


Lot Amendments

Condition:
French edition with some light wear, lacking ribbon ties; near fine. White Bird lightly worn, front hinge open, rear hinge starting; very good. Light wear to case.


 
Item number:
246297
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