Paris: Editions de la Sirene, 1920. 5/145. Hardbound. Original blue wraps bound into 3/4 green Morocco leather with marbled boards and decorative end papers. Gilt trim and raised bands on spine; five compartments with elegant devices and gilt title. 223, limitation page, 2 additional printed sheets. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts. VG, clean, tight contents. Spine faded to brown leather but with no loss to gilt. Title page stamp and back end paper sticker of Ricardo Olivera, a well-known collector of books on art, literature, and history. Beautiful copy. Item #135644
No. 5 from a limited edition of 145 copies. Contains many full-page woodcuts by different artists, including Raoul Dufy, Laboureur, Friesz, Dunoyer de Segonzac, AndreLhôte, etc. Included is the trumpet fanfare from Erik Satie's March de Cocagne (1919) in manuscript style. With essays by Cocteau, Satie, Balzac, Ponchon, Baudelaire, Appolinaire, Nerval, Max Jacob, Mac Orlan.
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