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[DULAC E.] - [ANONYMOUS] - Tales of a Thousand and One Nights adapted by Hadji Mazem, Illustrated by Edmond Dulac. Paris, l'Edition d'Art H. Piazza et Cie, Printed by G. Kadar, s.d. [1907]. In-4 (22x29cm) 131p-(3) Half morocco with corners, richly ornamented ribbed spine, gilt head, First plate illustrated with the preserved cover. Binding signed M. Lortic. Illustrated with 50 color Hors-texte in colors glued on a matching Japan, on a board. Absence of the legendary snakes found on the vellum print. 300 numbered copies of this deluxe edition on Japan. This one, n°300 signed by Edmond Dulac. The current edition is limited to 700 on vellum. [Mahé I - 576] Enriched copy of the warrant with a color illustration mounted on Japan as a specimen. 2 ex-Libris Je le Roffray, with the number SBS. First edition, undated, containing 6 tales: The fisherman and the genius, Story of the young king of the black islands, Ali-Baba and the forty thieves, Story of the enchanted horse, Story of Codadad and his brothers, Story of the princess of Deryabar Very good condition. Some rubbing at the binding, lightly browned paper.

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