The French Revolution: A History. Author: CARLYLE, Thomas Title: The French Revolution: A History Publication: New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1956. Quarter burgundy morocco spine with gilt lettering and blue cloth, slipcase with paper label.
Superb, bright and tight copy of the tenth title in the LEC's 24th series -- a classic history first published in 1837, here with rear colophon noting limitation of 1500 numbered copies (this #241) signed boldly by illustrator Lamotte. Laid in is the LEC prospectus and the Monthly Letter.
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