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[CHAM (Pseud. Amédée de Noé)]
[CHAM (Pseud. Amédée de Noé)] Punch À Paris,  Le Directeur-gérant Ducrot, Imp. Lange Lêvy et Ce. 
numerous caricatures, 192 pp. sm folio, original red morocco spine, boards, worn at edges,
This copy is bound from 6 original parts without wrappers. Copac records 1 copy in Liverpool with the same collation but with wrappers for 5 out of the six parts. Of Amédée de Noé, known as "Cham", (Ham, the son of Noah), it was said that he had an idea a day for Le Charivari an illustrated newspaper first published in Paris 1832.
Henry Mayhew, used Le Charivari as the model to establish the Punch magazine, subtitled The London Charivari.

Stock ref: 13477