REVIEW / Small newspaper. Illustrated Supplement Nos. 186, 204, 215, 252, 397, 451, 466, 781, 1069, 1083, 1168. S.l., unpublished, 1894-1913. 11 issues of this supplement, each with a large bullfighting colour engraving on the back cover Not in Pertus... Enclosed are Nos. 364 and 657 of the newspaper Don Quixote (1881), illustrated with a large colour engraving: L'Arène et les courses de taureaux à Paris, by Gilbert-Martin (political cartoons), le petit Parisien of 10 June 1906, as well as 7 chromolithographs (banderillero, a bull and a bullfighter, etc). Bloody Ferrade in Arles - About the prohibition of bull races in Nîmes - French sailors in Xérès. Joint: Ors and lights. Alès, Éditions des Arceaux. 1951/1952. Serial head of this magazine of which we offer the first 21 issues. The n°1 and 8 are missing. In-4, paperbacks whose covers "sangre y oro" are illustrated with a bullfighting scene. Not in Pertus.