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NOSERET & THOMAS & FERRANT (Luis).


Batch of old documents engraved or lithographed. In a used ribbon folder. 5 plates in a reprint of 4 plates of the suite of Noseret and the engraved title, a chromolithography by Thomas (La Giostra); 7 plates (out of 12) of the suite of Ferrand in black (1837 at Aumont), which is considered to be the first romantic Spanish suite; a portrait of Montes en pied, in chromolithography; 6 small posters from the end of the 19th century on fine paper; the reproduction in colour of a large drawing of Malherbe from the newspaper "Le bon vivant", in poor condition. El siglo de oro de las tauromaquias. Estampas taurinas p. 104.
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NOSERET & THOMAS & FERRANT (Luis).

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France - 75009 - paris
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