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Art Nouveau Leather Books, S/5

Horsefeathers Antiques

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Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5
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Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5
Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5
Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5
Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5
Art Nouveau Leather  Books, S/5

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Very Good; noting light wear and fading

Country of Origin:

USA

Style:

Art Nouveau

Materials:

leather/paper

Size:

6.25" L x 8.75" W x 9.25" H

Color/Finish:

brown/green

Why We Love This

Set of five Art Nouveau tooled leather-bound books with decorated ribbed spines. The works of Charles Paul de Kock bound by Frederick J. Quinby Company. Frederick Quinby was regarded as one of the most skilled and talented bookbinders at the turn of the century. Copyrighted 1904/05, each is #42 out of an edition of 100. Edmond His Cousin, 280 pp. Mustache Vol. I and ll, 577 pp. The Barber of Paris Vol I and II, 542 pp.
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Why We Love This

Set of five Art Nouveau tooled leather-bound books with decorated ribbed spines. The works of Charles Paul de Kock bound by Frederick J. Quinby Company. Frederick Quinby was regarded as one of the most skilled and talented bookbinders at the turn of the century. Copyrighted 1904/05, each is #42 out of an edition of 100. Edmond His Cousin, 280 pp. Mustache Vol. I and ll, 577 pp. The Barber of Paris Vol I and II, 542 pp.

About Horsefeathers Antiques

Horsefeathers Antiques owners Steve and Judy Ball have been full time antiques dealers for the past 30 years. Locally known in Kansas City as "The Balls," they have long been a source for beginning and advanced collectors, dealers, and designers alike. Whether from the 1690's or the 1990's, the Horsefeathers inventory reflects an appreciation for design, quality, and uniqueness.