Cleopatra: A Study. Translated from the French By A.F.D.
Houssaye, Henry

New-York: Duprat & Co., 1890. 106 pages; with a frontispiece engraving by Paul Avril of Act. II, Scene V.; title page printed in black, red and with a blue boy-angel logo of Duprat & Co., by Boutet; with an additional engraving by Gabriel Boutet (1848-1900) of Sarah Bernhardt as Cleopatra, depicted in a bedchamber-court scene; chapter-titles and endpieces with motifs decoratively printed in black and white with "Egyptian" manner; printed at the De Vinne Press; original paper wraps bound-in marbled-paper covered boards, leather corners and spine, gilt ruled and titled, top edge gilt; bookplate of J.A.C. Gray on front endpaper; some light wear to binding, leather starting to split at hinges, binding tight and contents in very good condition and interesting, especially with the Boutet-Bernhardt plate. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 11090)


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