Picturesque trip to Spain and the African coast of Tangier and Tetouan. Paris, Librairie de Gide fils, 1826. In-4°, half red chagrin of the period, back with 4 nerves decorated with gilded caissons (Zoubre). Rousseurs éparses, 4 ff., V-272 pp., 2 ff. Text alone, description of bullfighting in Madrid pp. 130-137. Fouché Delbosc p 301, Brunet V, 684, Palau 328467, Pertus 475. Joint: BLANCHARD / FINDEN. Suite of bullfighting engravings extracted from the Picturesque Journey to Spain made by Baron Taylor in 1820, 1823, 1835. Paris] [Gide] [1832]. Beautiful album gathering eleven coloured bull steels of 180 mm x 120 mm. They are all signed Finden on the 17 published. Bound in a modern vat paper bradel. 2 shorter engravings (purchase of the horses and the arrival of the bulls) have been reassembled, if not a nice copy. We have here the 11 engravings, the only ones signed by Finden out of the 17 published in Baron Taylor's book. Catalogue Knitter (1999) n° 161.
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