La comtesse Irma.
Paris: Collection de l'Académie des Goncourt / Romagnol, 1905.
A short story by Daudet profusely illustrated with original etchings printed in color by Pierre Vidal.
Edition limited to 350 copies printed on fine wove paper.
A UNIQUE COPY, WHICH BELONGED TO ROMAGNOL, THE PUBLISHER.
Includes, in addition to the book itself: a prospectus for the publications of the "Collection de l'Academie des Goncourt", with original etchings by Charles Jouas (2), Pierre Vidal, and Louis Morin (2); AN INITIALED VISITING CARD FROM DAUDET WITH A SHORT AUTOGRAPH NOTE TO ROMAGNOL; two signed autograph letters from the illustrator to the publisher, discussing artistic and financial matters concerning the illustrations; two complete sets of page proofs for the book, without illustrations; and TWO COMPLETE SUITES OF THE ETCHINGS WITH REMARQUES PRINTED HORS TEXTE, one colored, one uncolored.
8vo. Housed in a cloth slipcase custom made for Romagnol. Excellent condition.