ROMANS NATIONAUX. Paris: J. Hetzel, Éditeur, 18, Rue Jacob, 1865. Quarto, pp. 96, 88, 104, 114 [115-116:ads for "volumes illustrés pour Étrennes 1866," 80, 80, 88, 80, illustrations by Riou, J. Fuchs, Gluck, Théophile Schuler, Emile Bayard and Léon Benett, nineteenth-century quarter terra-cotta cloth and marbled boards, leather label affixed to spine panel. First edition. A bind-up of parts forming an omnibus collection of the works of Erckmann-Chatrian. ROMANS NATIONAUX, published in 1865, was issued in fifty parts. Following ROMANS NATIONAUX are "Maitre Daniel Rock," "L'illustre Docteur Mathéus" (1859), "Hugues le Loup" (the first printing of THE MAN-WOLF?) [and other stories] and "Contes des Bords du Rhin" (1862). Scattered foxing, but mostly clean, a very good copy. (#170278).
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