Notes Relative to Certain Matters Connected with French History on the Feudal Nobility, The Appanage and the Peerage. On the Surnames of Collateral Branches of the House of France. - Bourbon, as a Surname in the Royal House, Extinct in 1830. Account of So
Place Published: New York
Publisher: Cornelia Prime
Date Published: 1903
Edition: Limited Edition
Binding: Leather bound
Book Id: 40321
406pp. Octavo [24.5 cm] 3/4 blue leather with gray paper over boards, raised bands and gilt stamped titles on the spines, single gilt ruled borders on the covers, and gilt stamped fleur-de-lis designs on the front covers. Top edges gilt. Volume 1 contains the text, and volume 2 is the plate volume. Very good condition. Rubbed at the extremities. There are several small dings in the edges of the covers. The spines are very subtly sunned, and the leather at the head of the spines is a bit chipped. There is a 1" crack in the front joint of volume 2 at the foot of the spine. The endsheets are darkened at the edges, and the front pastedowns have a previous owner's bookplate. There is a small page notation in pen on the plate entitled, Henry de Lorraine, Comte d'Harcourt. Complete. All illustrations are present, including seven portraits which are not reproductions, but impressions from the original plates, preserved in "Calcographie du Louvre."
This copy is number 10 in an edition limited to sixty-three copies.