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Jules VERNE Mathias Sandorf


Mathias Sandorf

J.Hetzel , Paris 1885, Grd. in-8 (18x27,5cm), 552pp., relié.

Illustrated Edition. 111 drawings by Bennett and card. Catalog ultimately for the year 1886.
Cardboard editor connected by Lenègre; special plaque by Souze. Cardboard told the silvery banner, or the ball to the rare purple. The cardboard was used only for the triple volume Sandorf.
Beautiful first plate, the external beveled brod cleared. spine uniformly irradiated. A cut in the rear of the upper joint of 2cm. Second course with small white spots. Bottom right hand corner blunt. Good condition inside without freckles. Despite the obvious defects, desirable copy for its beautiful color combination, silver on a purple background.
Sandorf is dedicated posthumously to Alexandre Dumas. Jules Verne tribute indeed in this novel the author of the Count of Monte Cristo ("In this book, I tried to Matthias Sandorf the Monte Cristo Extraordinary Voyages."); Sandorf was imprisoned and betrayed like him and his adventures retrace his revenge. The novel is set in the Mediterranean region of southern Europe.


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