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Book-lover's Almanac.

Language(s): English
Published: New York, Duprat and co.
Subjects: Book collecting > Periodicals.
Bibliography > Periodicals.
Almanacs, American.
Note: Limited editions. Vol. 1: 200 copies on Japan paper, 400 copies on Holland paper. No. 159; v. 2: 450 copies on Van Gelder paper. No. 118; v. 3: 400 copies on Van Gelder paper. No. 398; v. 4: 500 numbered copies. No.---; v. 5: 400 numbered copies. No. 364.
"Articles not otherwise credited are by Henri Pène du Bois."--Index of articles, v. 1.
Vol. 1 has title: ... with illustrations by Henriot (pseud.); v. 2: ... with etchings by Robida, and other illustrations.
Ornamental borders throughout, v. 2-3 in color.
Vols. 1-2 have title-vignettes; v. 3-5, illustrated title-pages.
Physical Description: 5 v. fronts., ill., plates (part col.) facsims. 18 cm.
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