(Paris: Leon Techener, 1875).. 1875).. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed cream wraps & titled within a decorative frame in black on the front wrap. The wraps are lightly bumped & the rear wrap is soiled & is darkened along the spine. There is light creasing to the top edge of the front wrap & the tail of the spine is lightly chipped. Half-title, title & 88 pages plus colophon. The contents are bright and fine.
The publisher's cover title is "Collection de Pieces Fugitives / Pour servir a l'Histoire de France". The introduction is by Alfred Franklin. The text is in French.
The colophon reads: "Cette Edition a ete imprimee avec les caracteres de M.J. Claye, aux frais et par les soins de Leon Techener libraire demeurant rue de l'arbre-sec pres de la colonnade du Louvre a Paris MDCCCLXXIV".
From the library of typographer Paul Standard with his handwritten label on the spine and his handwritten note on the paper below the colophon stating "[sur papier de Rives]".