The People’s Regime in the Hunting Law
Not in the Sales Jeanson (!, 1987) + Lindner (2003)
Rondonneau, L(ouis). (ed.). Code de la Chasse et de la Pêche, Contenant les Lois, les Arrêtés, les Décrets, les Avis du Conseil d’Etat et les Réglemens rendus sur la Chasse, la Pêche, la Louveteries et le port d’armes:
Depuis 1789 jusqu’à ce jour;
Recueillis, mis en ordre, et conférés entre eux … Terminé par la Texte de
l’Ordonnance (de Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre)
des Eaux et Forêts (du Royaume
Donnée … au mois d’Août 1669).
Paris, Garnery, Libraire, + Rondonneau et Decle, Libraires, au Dépôt des Lois, place du Palais de Justice, Juli 1810. IV, 171 pp. Marbled h. leather with leather corners, gilt back title, and colored marbled boards. 2 sides uncut.
only 20 days after the storm of the Bastille ,
and hounded by further initiatives of the National Assembly of August 6th, 7th, 8th + 11th, partly in tenor, partly as extract, sovereignly followed by the Bourbon’s old law from the days of Le Roi Soleil in the version of August 1669 (pp. 45-171).
By the standard of the Ancien Régime then, too, the print itself, that is on laid paper, when in other countries machine-paper already provided for egalité. – Pp. 121/124 with corner tear-off upper right and left resp., 121/2 additionally with adjacent small acid-free fold support. Pp. 163/166 with supported paper break-outs at the inner margin with isolated cut off of letters. Otherwise only isolated tiny spots, only title + leaf of contents a trifle more, the former above and right generally minimally age-marked, and generally a very fine copy of this rare publication in adequate binding in contemporary style.
Offer no. 14,807 / EUR 310. / export price EUR 295. (c. US$ 321.) + shipping
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