Null [DAUMIER (Honoré)]. PHILIPPON (Charles). La Caricature politique, morale, r…
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[DAUMIER (Honoré)]. PHILIPPON (Charles). La Caricature politique, morale, religieuse, littéraire et scénique. Paris, Aubert, 1830-1833. 3 volumes in-4, comprising issues 1 November 4, 1830 to 128 April 18, 1833, illustrated with numerous lithographs in black and color, notably by Daumier, Grandville, Monnier, Raffet, Traviès, Devéria, Lami, Gavarni, Pigal, Charlet. The lithographs are numbered from 1 to 268, with some unnumbered en bis or ter, and some double-page or fold-out lithographs bearing a double number. Set of the first volumes of the most important satirical journal of the 19th century. Famous for its many attacks on King Louis Philippe, including the famous pear-shaped caricature, La Caricature revealed the talent of two masters of the discipline, Honoré Daumier and Jean-Jacques Grandville. The newspaper disappeared in 1835, largely due to the numerous lawsuits brought by the authorities. Bound in red half-maroquin with corners, richly decorated 5-rib spine, signed Thivet. (some foxing and spotting, rare wear in margins, last lithograph in volume 3 detached). Expert : Monsieur Nicolas Asvisio

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[DAUMIER (Honoré)]. PHILIPPON (Charles). La Caricature politique, morale, religieuse, littéraire et scénique. Paris, Aubert, 1830-1833. 3 volumes in-4, comprising issues 1 November 4, 1830 to 128 April 18, 1833, illustrated with numerous lithographs in black and color, notably by Daumier, Grandville, Monnier, Raffet, Traviès, Devéria, Lami, Gavarni, Pigal, Charlet. The lithographs are numbered from 1 to 268, with some unnumbered en bis or ter, and some double-page or fold-out lithographs bearing a double number. Set of the first volumes of the most important satirical journal of the 19th century. Famous for its many attacks on King Louis Philippe, including the famous pear-shaped caricature, La Caricature revealed the talent of two masters of the discipline, Honoré Daumier and Jean-Jacques Grandville. The newspaper disappeared in 1835, largely due to the numerous lawsuits brought by the authorities. Bound in red half-maroquin with corners, richly decorated 5-rib spine, signed Thivet. (some foxing and spotting, rare wear in margins, last lithograph in volume 3 detached). Expert : Monsieur Nicolas Asvisio

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