MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget
MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget
« Fine edition, the most sought-after » of the Works by Clément Marot, writes Brunet.

A fine copy preserved in its contemporary red morocco bindings.







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MAROT, Clément.

Les Œuvres.

The Hague, Adrian Moetjens, 1700.

2 parts in 2 volumes small 12mo of: I/ xvi pp., 318; II/ pp. 319 to 732, (16) pp. of table. Bound in contemporary red full morocco, triple gilt filet on covers, spines ribbed finely decorated, inner gilt border, doublures and endleaves decorated with a semis of gilt stars, gilt edges. Contemporary binding.

134 x 74 mm.

The most precious edition from the 17th century.

Brunet, III, 1458; Tchemerzine, IV, 506; Graesse, IV, 411; Catalogue Rothschild 615; Bulletin Morgand et Fatout 11362.

« Fine edition, the most sought-after… It is difficult to obtain wide-margined copies, moreover with leaves without foxing » mentions Brunet.

In his elegies, epistles, ballades, rondeau, songs, laments, epigrams and psalms, Marot gives the best of French ancient poetry and a really popular inspiration under the veneer of the court politeness.

Official poet idolized by Francis I and Charles the Fifth, Marot marks with his talent the first really remarkable epoch of French poetry which spirit will reappear in La Fontaine who did not forget to pay a tribute to « Maître Clément ».

A beautiful and pure copy, without any foxing, preserved in its fine contemporary red morocco binding.





MAROT Les Œuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget
MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget



  MAROT Les OEuvres rare books first edition precious books camille sourget



 

A fine copy preserved in its contemporary red morocco bindings.


Price : € 4,900

MAROT, Clément.

Les Œuvres.

The Hague, Adrian Moetjens, 1700.

2 parts in 2 volumes small 12mo of: I/ xvi pp., 318; II/ pp. 319 to 732, (16) pp. of table. Bound in contemporary red full morocco, triple gilt filet on covers, spines ribbed finely decorated, inner gilt border, doublures and endleaves decorated with a semis of gilt stars, gilt edges. Contemporary binding.

134 x 74 mm.

The most precious edition from the 17th century.

Brunet, III, 1458; Tchemerzine, IV, 506; Graesse, IV, 411; Catalogue Rothschild 615; Bulletin Morgand et Fatout 11362.

« Fine edition, the most sought-after… It is difficult to obtain wide-margined copies, moreover with leaves without foxing » mentions Brunet.

In his elegies, epistles, ballades, rondeau, songs, laments, epigrams and psalms, Marot gives the best of French ancient poetry and a really popular inspiration under the veneer of the court politeness.

Official poet idolized by Francis I and Charles the Fifth, Marot marks with his talent the first really remarkable epoch of French poetry which spirit will reappear in La Fontaine who did not forget to pay a tribute to « Maître Clément ».

A beautiful and pure copy, without any foxing, preserved in its fine contemporary red morocco binding.