Paris: Salvy (1990). A scrapbook of the 1920s with numerous illustrations by Jullian and text by Angus Wilson. Fine in fine jacket.
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Elysium Press (2005). Soft cover. A short story about a penpal relationship between "Marraine," ostensibly a middle aged provincial French spinster (but actually an ageing male bank clerk), and a French legionnaire serving in the Far East. Jullian paints an amusing portrait of this long distance courtship and brings the tale to a surprising conclusion. Printed letterpress in an edition of 100 copies, with illustration by the author. Fine in floral wallpaper wrappers.
Paris (1959). 4o. oblong. Jullian's very amusing portrait of the adventures of an armchair in mid-eighteenth century France, accompanied by his line drawings. The book later appeared in the English translation with Violet Trefusis as a co-author. Near fine, covered in light blue silk moire patterned wallpaper. Warmly inscribed by the author on endpaper: "Pour Sonia, brilliante memorialiste....."
Paris (1961). Amusing novel about Lord Tanquerville, an excentric dandy. Very good in decorative wrappers by Jullian. Inscribed by Jullian on front paper, the recipeint's name has been neatly erased.
NP:ND. One of Jullian's most uncommon books, a collection of fifteen original etchings portraying characters in Proust's À la recherche du temps perdu. Original fragile wrappers a bit sunned, numbered "127" of an edition of 150 copies.
Paris (ND).sm. 4to. 180pp. Soft cover. Attractively produced volume with numerous etchings by Jullian. One of 800 copies on Hermine papers. A fine copy in stiff wrappers.