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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.
£125.00   
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France

Stock ref: 13477




 
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