Lot 83 of 446:
Mario v. Bucovich, Paris with early Germaine Krull  

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Mario v. Bucovich, Paris

Morand, Paul





Illustrated with over 250 full page photogravure plates by Mario v. Bucovich, 23 by Germaine Krull. 29.3x21.8 cm (11½x8½"), white cloth, lettering and decorative emblem stamped in black-lined silver, lettering on spine in silver. First Edition.

Photo book of the French capital featuring architecture, natural scenery, industry, street life, people; as well as famous locales like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Versailles. The photos were taken by photographers Germaine Krull and Mario V. Bucovich. Photographs titled in English, German, French and Spanish. Lacks very rare dust jacket.

Lot Amendments

Touches of wear to cloth, some soiling to top right corner of front cover; faint marginal toning; internally clean throughout; very good or better.

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