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Tuttle, Charles R. Tuttle's Popular History of the Dominion of Canada. Montréal: D. Downie & Company, 1877.
Oeser, Christian. Briefe an eine Jungfrau über die Hauptgegenstände der Aesthetik. Leipzig: F. Brandstetter, 1892.
Red cloth deeply embossed, blocked in gold, black, and blind on front, gold on spine, and in blind on back, with beveled boards.
Von Liliencron, Detlev. Kampf und Spiele. Berlin: Schufter & Loeffler, 1897.
Von Liliencron, Detlev. Nebel und Sonne. Berlin: Schufter & Loeffler, 1900.
Brown cloth blocked in gold, black, and green, and gold on spine. An excellent example of Jugendstil, the corresponding Art Nouveau movement in Germany. This particular design is based on the authors name: Lilien = lily, Cron = crown.
Les Maîtres de lAffiche. 2 vols. Paris: Imprimerie Chaix, 1896.
Blue cloth blocked in green, black, and beige on front, spine, and back, with beveled boards. One of the most famous publications of art of the Art Nouveau period, this series contains splendid lithographed posters by such artists as Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, and Will Bradley.
Bonhomme, Honoré. La Société Galante et Littéraire au XVIIIe Siècle. Paris: Édouard Rouveyre, 1880.
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