Books for Trade: (Volume 3 only)Donatien Alphonse François, marquis de SADE (1740-1814). Histoire de Justine ou Les Malheurs de la vertu illustrée de 44 gravures sur acier. En Hollande: 1797 [Bruxelles: vers 1865]. 4 volumes. 

Yet another departure for me, as this is an odd volume, worthy of recording here because of the rarity of the illustrations. This volume is number 3 of a 4 volume set dated 1797, but actually printed in 1865. Bound in quarter  red leather on mottled boards, 354 pages (9.5 x 14.5 cm), with a frontispiece and 10 full page illustrations by Acier. Any other information on this edition would be most welcome.

Donatien Alphonse François, marquis de SADE (1740-1814). Histoire de Justine ou Les Malheurs de la vertu illustrée de 44 gravures sur acier. En Hollande: 1797 [Bruxelles: vers 1865]. vol 3 of 4 volumes.





See Also

Books for Trade: Special Edition, L’Anti-Justine ou les delices de l’amour. Nouvelle edition entierement revue et corrigee, etablie pour la premiere fois sur le texte original de 1798. Precede d’une notice bibliographique par Helpey [d. i. L. Perceau.]

Books for Trade: Lord Drialys, [Jean de Villiot], Clic ! Clac ! Précédé d’un conte “Home-Discipline”, Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens [ Charles Carrington ],Paris, 1907

That very rare ocurence on this site, a book without illustrations!, this one is here because I really like it, and I have long been a fan of the publications of Charles Carrington and especially the clandestine titles. Despite the lack of illustrations, (it was never issued as an illustrated edition), it is exceedingly rare and of interest to the serious erotic bibliophile.


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Lord Drialys, [Jean de Villiot], Clic ! Clac ! Précédé d’un conte “Home-Discipline”, Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens [ Charles Carrington ],Paris, 1907
Printed by, Alençon, Imprimerie Veuve Félix Guy et Cie, 342 pp, (18.5 x 13.5 cm.). Rebound in quarter vellum, on cross hatched boards, Original cover, including spine bound in. Very attractive spine design, with author in red, title in black and a design of two crossed flagellation whips at the base, would grace any bookshelf.

Binding

Epigraph : Parmi les mots légers de rose fouettés / En est-il de plus tendres, de plus veloutés, / Que le joli mot f…e et nul ne le caresse ? / Croupe allourdit toujours le corps de la faunesse.

Original cover

Référence / Reference : Ouvrage absent des bibliothèques de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France, du Kinsey Institute et de la British Library (No copy available in the libraries of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the Kinsey Institute or the British Library)

Original back cover and spine (bound in)

 


Back cover adverts

 


Table of contents

 


For more bibliographical information see:-

http://www.bibliocuriosa.com/index.php/Clic_!_Clac_!

See also

Books for Trade: Charles Sackville: Mr Howard Goes Yachting: London -Paris, Printed for Subscribers Only MCMVIII. (Carrington)

 

Books for Trade: Désiré Van Rowel, Joues Cramoisies, Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne réunies, Paris, 1935. Illustrations by Carlo.

Another rare flagellation title, I am not sure whether this title was reissued by Editions Dominique Leroy in the 1970’s, as were many of the other Carlo illustrated titles, but in any case it is worth noting that the illustrations in the original editions are on papier couche, or glossy paper, as a result they are much more vibrant than the reprints where the illustrations were on ordinairy cheap paper stock. This is the original edition and I hope you like the images.


Title Page

 Désiré Van Rowel, Joues Cramoisies, Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne réunies, Paris, 1935. Illustrations by Carlo.

Front Cover

Désiré Van Rowel(la couverture indique Desiré), pseudonyme utilisé par René-Michel Desergy, Joues Cramoisies, Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne réunies [Paul Brenet]1 colour cover, 12 B&W illustrations by Carlo. 243pp, (14 x 22.5 cm)
Paris, Printer : Saint-Denis, Imprimerie Dardaillon et Dagniaux, [47, boulevard Jules-Guesde], 31 janvier 1935.

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Back Cover


The Illustrations


For bibliographical detail see:-

http://www.bibliocuriosa.com/index.php/Joues_cramoisies

See Also

Books for Trade: Jacques D’Icy: Monsieur Paulette et ses épouses. Recueil véridique et documenté d’incursions à Montmartre dans un certain monde où la flagellation est hautement en honneur illustrated by Louis Malteste, Orties Blanches Paris 1922

 

Books for Trade: Alfred de Musset,Gamiani ou une nuit d’excès. Fac-similé de l’édition de Paris, 1833. Introduction by Jacques Duprilot.

A large volume which presented some scanning challenges, pleased that it appears to have worked out OK, Enjoy the outrageous illustrations in glorious colour.

 Alfred de Musset,Gamiani ou une nuit d’excès.  Éditions Slatkine, 1980. Gamiani ou une nuit d’excès. Fac-similé de l’édition de Paris, 1833. Introduction by Jacques Duprilot

4 °. 26 x 35cm, XI, 26 pp. And | 12 erotic color plates |. Orig. Card covers with cover illustration. After nearly 150 years, this is the first complete facsimile print after the original edition. Earlier editions (1926) printed only the text in facsimile; the plates were copied and reprinted (Pia 531). Here one of the few copies with the illustrations in color. Preceding is a detailed and good introduction to the origin and history of the work of J. Duprilot.


See also

Books for Trade: GAMIANI , edite par une groupe des bibliophiles [S.I., n.p., n.d. c.1948].?

Books for Trade: Louys, Pierre. Pibrac. Quatrains érotiques. Sans lieu, Aux dépens d’un Amateur pour le profit des quelques autres [i.e. Paris, Télin?], 1933 [1934]

Books for Trade: Au Rouge Vif, Anonyme, Préface de Pierre Guénolé, Office Central de Librairie,Paris,1909

Yet another French flagellation title, this quite early as evidenced by the nature of the illustrations, the artist is unknown. it appears that there is a variant edition with illustrations in red.

Au Rouge Vif, Anonyme, Préface de Pierre Guénolé, Office Central de Librairie,Paris,1909


Au rouge vif. Anecdotes intimes sur la flagellation. (Deuxième série). Une trouvaille. Zonzon et Tonton. Partie carrée. Un choc en retour. Fessée esthétique. Vengeance corse, Office Central de Librairie, Paris,1909. Imprimerie Hirondart et Cie, 37, rue de Vanves, Paris (XIVe).Cover printed in Red and Black, catalogue on back cover. 16 monochrome engravings by an unsigned artist.159 pp. (20 x 15 cm)

Notes : Les deux autres volumes de cette trilogie sont : Brins de verges (1ere série) et Le Cinglant argument (3e série).

Reference : Bécourt 12: Sentenced by the Criminal Court of the Seine 10th chamber on December 4, 1951 then by the Court of Appeal of Paris 10th chamber on October 27, 1953. [The entry is at fault in the subtitle of the book : Anecdot e intim e of flogging].


See also

Books for Trade: Charles Sackville: Mr Howard Goes Yachting: London -Paris, Printed for Subscribers Only MCMVIII. (Carrington)

Books for Trade: Jean de Villiot; Camille et Moi: La Flagellation à Travers le Monde, PARIS Charles Carrington; 1904

For full bibliographical detail see

Bibliocuriosa- Au Rouge Vif

 

Books for Trade: HUGUES, Clovis: ODE A VENUS. ODE AU VAGIN. Poème inédit. Domrémy, A l’Enseigne de la Pucelle, s.d. (vers 1933) [Paris, Maurice Duflou]

 

 

Yet another stunning example from the golden age of erotica, a clandestine title from Duflou, with input from Perceau. This presented scanning problems, as the book is rebound with original covers bound in, so it was not always possible to get the images flat on the scanner bed, unfortunately there is not much to be done about this.

The book is interesting on a number of counts, as yet again this is a Briffaut publication which appears to have variant editions in the same limitations, in this case my copy has colour illustrations, all other copies I have traced have the illustrations in black only, I had a similar experience with my Briffaut copy of L’Anti Justine.

The most interesting point for me however is the anonymous illustrator of this title, which I believe to be the mysterious “Wighead”, I would welcome any comments on this possibility.

And for those among you that have an interest in books rather than just images, this copy has some damp staining in the guttering, and I would welcome any information on the possibility of treating this.


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HUGUES, Clovis: ODE A VENUS. ODE AU VAGIN. Poème inédit.Domrémy,

A l’Enseigne de la Pucelle, s.d. (vers 1933) [Paris, Maurice Duflou]

1 volume in-8 (22 x 16.5 cm), paperback, 69- (1) pages. 10 photo-gravures inset in colour. Cream cover printed in red and black with two initials for the letters Q and V. The cover modestly bears the title Ode to Venus while the title page clearly indicates Ode to Vagina. Rebound copy with original covers bound in.

This volume contains a note on the author signed Jean Tiretta, the facsimile of the last page of the manuscript signed Klau-Vizuq, the Ode to Vagina, a notice on the Ode to Piron Priory by Helpey (Louis Perceau) , Ode to Priapus and The Seven Beatitudes.

With regard to Clovis Hugues (1851-1907), Aristide Briand wrote: “There were in him Beranger, Camille Desmoulins and Tartarin of Tarascon”. In other words: communard, freemason, socialist, poet; it was all this in turn and at once. The Ode to the Vagina dates from 1906. One knows nothing about the illustrator of this beautiful edition out of the presses of Maurice Duflou.Reference: Dutel, Bibliography of erotic works published clandestinely in French between 1920 and 1970, no. 2078.


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The Illustrations



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See also (reference other titles illustrated by Wighead)

Books for Trade: Jim Galding: Unter dem Hintern einer Frau Eros Publishing Hamburg n.d. (1980?) illustrated by Wighead, being a German translation of “Sous la Croupe Feminine” (1936)

The Search for Wighead, a comparison of artists and publishers.

Also type Wighead into my searchbar.

See also (for reference to Briffaut)

Books for Trade: Special Edition, L’Anti-Justine ou les delices de l’amour. Nouvelle edition entierement revue et corrigee, etablie pour la premiere fois sur le texte original de 1798. Precede d’une notice bibliographique par Helpey [d. i. L. Perceau.]

 

Books for Trade: ALÉRA, Don Brennus. – Le Tour du monde d’un flagellant, d’après le journal intime du Baron de M***. – Massy (Seine-et-Oise.): Select Bibliothèque, 1906

This one is the real thing and appears to be the very first title issued in the numbered series. furthermore it is currently listed live for sale on eBay. Link at the bottom of this listing


Details courtesy of Patrick Kearney at his Scissors and Paste site

http://www.scissors-and-paste.net/Select_Bibliotheque.html

The Select-Bibliothèque was one of several publishing houses specializing in fetish material that flourished in Paris during the first half of the twentieth century. Like the others, notably Jean Fort’s ‘Orties Blanches’ series and the ‘Librairie Artistique et Editions Parisiennes Reunies’ of Paul Brenet, the books of the Select Bibliothèque were published openly. Occasionally a title would cross some mysterious line and be prosecuted, but in general, since there was no sex in the conventional sense, these publishers were left to their devices by the authorities.

Despite the openness of these books, the publisher of the Select Bibliothèque remains unknown, at least to this cataloguer. Paul Jérôme writes of Don Brennus Aléra as being “un (ou plusieurs) des pourvoyeurs de l’editeur parisien Massy…” (Dictionnaire des œuvres érotiques, Paris: Mercure de France, 1971, p. 484). In fact, Massy was where the earliest books in the series were published. The almost anagramitic similarity of the names of the authors of most of the books – Bernard Valonnes, Don Brennus Aléra, Roland Brevannes – suggests a single hand at work, and one that spanned in excess of 30 years. And it might not be unreasonable to think that the author was also the publisher.

The numbered titles in the series were in a small 8vo – closer to 16mo – format, and began publication in 1907. However, there were also a handful of earlier titles, in a larger octavo format and on better paper, which were not numbered. I’ve only seen one of these [in a private collection in Hamburg]. These were also published circa 1907. It is probable that the unnumbered titles, being on better paper, proved to be uneconomical prompting the publisher to change to a smaller format and cheaper paper soon thereafter. Note also that only of a few of the Select Bibliothèque titles went into second printings, and so the Catalogues or ‘Tarifs’ which appeared in the front of each volume are usually incomplete, some titles being missing. I’ve only ever seen one title that the Select Bibliothèque itself reprinted, and that too was in Hamburg.

There were three different illustrators. The first of these was ‘Tack’, who was a better artist than his successors, but old fashioned. The others were ‘Esbey’ and ‘Selby’, who were rather naïve but who had better imaginations than ‘Tack’. It is Interesting that this series is so cohesive in concept and production, from 1907 through 1939 when it probably ceased.

 

. The details given are of the originals, I have no idea when the facsimiles were produced.


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Title Page

1. ALÉRA, Don Brennus. – Le Tour du monde d’un flagellant, d’après le journal intime du Baron de M***. – Massy (Seine-et-Oise.): Select Bibliothèque, 1906. In-16, 242 pp. The illustrations aren’t signed, but resemble those by ‘Tack’ to be found in later works in the series. (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P- Y2- 373. – 843.8 A37 t7 1906.)

Don Brennus Alera: le Tour du Monde d’un Flagellant (D’apres le journal intime du Baron de M***; Select Bibliotheque 1906, pp 238 + table, rebound in marbled boards, original covers bound in, Illustrated cover in Green and black, 5 full page plates. Early scarce flagellation novel, for some unknown reason highly collectible. Rebound in marbled boards, original covers bound in, a number of leaves removed after table of contents (adverts?), text complete about good.

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Live on eBay

Don Brennus Alera: le Tour du Monde d’un Flagellant; Select Bibliotheque 1906

See Also

Books for Trade: Van Rowel, Désiré, Le Château des cuisants souvenirs: Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne réunies: 1934. Illustrated by Carlo

 

BDSM Dressage:VALLONES, Bernard. – La Dressage de la Maid-Esclave. (Traduit de l’anglais.) Tome 2. Harnais, corsets et coiffures.

Before we proceed, I must  confess that this title and the partner volume to follow are facsimile copies, and therefore not listed as books to trade. For reasons unknown I have a dislike of this series of books (Select Bibliotheque), however they are very collectible and phenomenally expensive. As a sub purpose of this site is to offer images to everyone that would be otherwise unobtainable or very expensive, I am sharing the rather strange images from these, as facsimile they are likely of better quality than many you might find in an original copy, illustrations are also often missing from these titles, as they were very cheap productions.


Details courtesy of Patrick Kearney at his Scissors and Paste site

http://www.scissors-and-paste.net/Select_Bibliotheque.html

The Select-Bibliothèque was one of several publishing houses specializing in fetish material that flourished in Paris during the first half of the twentieth century. Like the others, notably Jean Fort’s ‘Orties Blanches’ series and the ‘Librairie Artistique et Editions Parisiennes Reunies’ of Paul Brenet, the books of the Select Bibliothèque were published openly. Occasionally a title would cross some mysterious line and be prosecuted, but in general, since there was no sex in the conventional sense, these publishers were left to their devices by the authorities.

Despite the openness of these books, the publisher of the Select Bibliothèque remains unknown, at least to this cataloguer. Paul Jérôme writes of Don Brennus Aléra as being “un (ou plusieurs) des pourvoyeurs de l’editeur parisien Massy…” (Dictionnaire des œuvres érotiques, Paris: Mercure de France, 1971, p. 484). In fact, Massy was where the earliest books in the series were published. The almost anagramitic similarity of the names of the authors of most of the books – Bernard Valonnes, Don Brennus Aléra, Roland Brevannes – suggests a single hand at work, and one that spanned in excess of 30 years. And it might not be unreasonable to think that the author was also the publisher.

The numbered titles in the series were in a small 8vo – closer to 16mo – format, and began publication in 1907. However, there were also a handful of earlier titles, in a larger octavo format and on better paper, which were not numbered. I’ve only seen one of these [in a private collection in Hamburg]. These were also published circa 1907. It is probable that the unnumbered titles, being on better paper, proved to be uneconomical prompting the publisher to change to a smaller format and cheaper paper soon thereafter. Note also that only of a few of the Select Bibliothèque titles went into second printings, and so the Catalogues or ‘Tarifs’ which appeared in the front of each volume are usually incomplete, some titles being missing. I’ve only ever seen one title that the Select Bibliothèque itself reprinted, and that too was in Hamburg.

There were three different illustrators. The first of these was ‘Tack’, who was a better artist than his successors, but old fashioned. The others were ‘Esbey’ and ‘Selby’, who were rather naïve but who had better imaginations than ‘Tack’. It is Interesting that this series is so cohesive in concept and production, from 1907 through 1939 when it probably ceased.

 

. The details given are of the originals, I have no idea when the facsimiles were produced.


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VALLONES, Bernard. – La Dressage de la Maid-Esclave. (Traduit de l’anglais.) Tome 2. Harnais, corsets et coiffures. Sceaux: Impr.-édition Select-Bibliothèque, 1930,pp 161 in-16.
Orné de 10 illustrations hors-texte d’ESBEY. Sélect-Bibliothèque, Sceaux (Seine), 1930, volume 63. In-12 broché, 12,2 x 18,2 cm. 178 pp. Couv. illustrée par ESBEY.

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See also

Books for Trade: J. Van Styk; Les Cruelles Frénésies de Van den Rook; Les Editions du Couvre-Feu, Paris,n.d. [1938]

 

 

BDSM Dressage: VALONNES, Bernard [Roland BREVANNES] LE DRESSAGE DE LA MAID-ESCLAVE. Tome I : Corsets et chaussures.

Before we proceed, I must  confess that this title and the partner volume to follow are facsimile copies, and therefore not listed as books to trade. For reasons unknown I have a dislike of this series of books (Select Bibliotheque), however they are very collectible and phenomenally expensive. As a sub purpose of this site is to offer images to everyone that would be otherwise unobtainable or very expensive, I am sharing the rather strange images from these, as facsimile they are likely of better quality than many you might find in an original copy, illustrations are also often missing from these titles, as they were very cheap productions.


Details courtesy of Patrick Kearney at his Scissors and Paste site

http://www.scissors-and-paste.net/Select_Bibliotheque.html

The Select-Bibliothèque was one of several publishing houses specializing in fetish material that flourished in Paris during the first half of the twentieth century. Like the others, notably Jean Fort’s ‘Orties Blanches’ series and the ‘Librairie Artistique et Editions Parisiennes Reunies’ of Paul Brenet, the books of the Select Bibliothèque were published openly. Occasionally a title would cross some mysterious line and be prosecuted, but in general, since there was no sex in the conventional sense, these publishers were left to their devices by the authorities.

Despite the openness of these books, the publisher of the Select Bibliothèque remains unknown, at least to this cataloguer. Paul Jérôme writes of Don Brennus Aléra as being “un (ou plusieurs) des pourvoyeurs de l’editeur parisien Massy…” (Dictionnaire des œuvres érotiques, Paris: Mercure de France, 1971, p. 484). In fact, Massy was where the earliest books in the series were published. The almost anagramitic similarity of the names of the authors of most of the books – Bernard Valonnes, Don Brennus Aléra, Roland Brevannes – suggests a single hand at work, and one that spanned in excess of 30 years. And it might not be unreasonable to think that the author was also the publisher.

The numbered titles in the series were in a small 8vo – closer to 16mo – format, and began publication in 1907. However, there were also a handful of earlier titles, in a larger octavo format and on better paper, which were not numbered. I’ve only seen one of these [in a private collection in Hamburg]. These were also published circa 1907. It is probable that the unnumbered titles, being on better paper, proved to be uneconomical prompting the publisher to change to a smaller format and cheaper paper soon thereafter. Note also that only of a few of the Select Bibliothèque titles went into second printings, and so the Catalogues or ‘Tarifs’ which appeared in the front of each volume are usually incomplete, some titles being missing. I’ve only ever seen one title that the Select Bibliothèque itself reprinted, and that too was in Hamburg.

There were three different illustrators. The first of these was ‘Tack’, who was a better artist than his successors, but old fashioned. The others were ‘Esbey’ and ‘Selby’, who were rather naïve but who had better imaginations than ‘Tack’. It is Interesting that this series is so cohesive in concept and production, from 1907 through 1939 when it probably ceased.

 

. The details given are of the originals, I have no idea when the facsimiles were produced.


Cover

VALONNES, Bernard [Roland BREVANNES] LE DRESSAGE DE LA MAID-ESCLAVE. Tome I : Corsets et chaussures
Orné de 10 illustrations hors-texte d’ESBEY. Sélect-Bibliothèque, Sceaux (Seine), 1930, volume 63. In-12 broché, 12,2 x 18,2 cm. 178 pp. Couv. illustrée par ESBEY.

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See also

Books for Trade:Bernard Montorgeuil, Une Brune Piquante, Volume 4 Les jardins des delices des supplices: Editions Bel-Rose Rotterdam.1970

 

Books for Trade: BLACKEYES, Sadie (Pierre Mac Orlan) Petite Dactylo. Roman. Suivi de: Les belles clientes de M. Brozen; et du: Maitre d’Ecole; avec un choix de lettres concernant les faits curieux touchant la flagellaton des Misses et des Femmes. Published by Paris, Collection des Orties Blanches, 1933

 

I previously listed an earlier edition of this, which was altogether a more elaborate production, however there is one illustration in this edition that was different to the other so you get to see it again.

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BLACKEYES, Sadie (Pierre Mac Orlan) Petite Dactylo. Roman. Suivi de: Les belles clientes de M. Brozen; et du: Maitre d’Ecole; avec un choix de lettres concernant les faits curieux touchant la flagellaton des Misses et des Femmes.
Published by Paris, Collection des Orties Blanches, 1933

 

gr. in-8vo, 286 p., with 8 illustrations by G. Smit, original brochure. Under the feminine pseudonym of Sadie . Sadie Blackeyes was Pierre Dumarchey, that is to say Pierre Mac Orlan


The Illustrations


Any questions or information about this title please complete a contact form.


This book live for sale on eBay

Petite Dactylo

See Also

Books for Trade:Daisy Lennox: Le Pensionnat de Madame Clerval; Collection des Orties Blanches 1933