Paris: Au Moulin de Pen Mur, 1947. First edition. Hardcover. Portfolio,  pp., including 12 full-page color plates and 5 illustrated chapter dividers; separate section at rear titled "Croquis de route" with 40 color plates. Unbound, as issued, in beige card wrappers, green card chemise and matching slipcase. Moderate wear to chemise and slipcase, contents near fine. Item #21911
A late work by the prolific French illustrator Gustave Blanchot (1883-1968), better known as Gus Bofa. Edition limited to 500 copies, this #271 of 340 copies on Velin de Lana. 160 copies were printed on Velin de Arches. A second limitation statement is present at the back of "Croquis de route" bearing limitation #2. Ex commerce Zeitlin & Ver Brugge with their invoice laid in.