Cham, [aka Charles Amédée de Noé] (1818-1879) Thirteen Works Bound as One.
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Cham, [aka Charles Amédée de Noé] (1818-1879) Thirteen Works Bound as One. Paris: Arnauld de Vresse [and] Paris: au Bureau du Journal le Charivari, [c. 1849].
Thirteen of Cham's collections of separate publications, each consisting of a title page and sixteen pages of text, with four cartoons to a page, i.e., sixty caricatures per title; all bound in one volume. Titles are as follows: Paris au Crayon; Lantern Magique!!!; Les Courses; Nos Jeux et Nos Ris; Paris pour Rire; Album a Aiguilles; Folies du Jour; Coups de Crayon; Proudhoniana; La Banque-Proudhon; P-J Proudhon en Voyage; Revue Comique de L'Exposition de L'Industrie; and Les Représentans en Vacances; all bound in period three-quarter crushed morocco and marbled paper boards.
Cham's work consisted of caricatures, social and political commentary, and all forms of satire.
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