Having earlier posted the 1936 edition bearing the same title, I am very pleased to post the 1933 edition, the similarity between the two starts and ends with the title, this edition is basically an advertising booklet, the “Suggestive” illustrations exist only in the catalogues at the start and end of the book, and the text appears to consist of excerpts from other publications. I think this is a marvellous item and I hope you will agree, I have set it out in the sequence of the contents,the illustrations, for the advertisements are small, and I have (in most cases), set out the full page followed by an “exploded image of the illustration. The image above at the head of this post is taken from the first page of adverts and is my favourite piece in the book and I have used it to space the images in the following. The insert below is from “Les Editions du Couvre-Feu” published by editions Astarte in 2013. P156
The brain behind the bibliographical content of “Les éditions du Couvre-Feu”, is Christophe Bier, who I also believe to be the originator of much of the material used to illustrate that book.
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Sous La Jupe
G Maindouce. Sous La Jupe. Nombrueses-photographies trés suggestive., Les Editions du Couvre-Feu, 8 Rue de Tracy Paris n.d. (1933).
Followed by 58 pages of text and extracts from Voluptés Infernales,La Belle Polissone, Les Passions de Giséle and l’Ardente Tutelle.
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