New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1895.
Three Quarters Leather. Second Edition. First published as Napoleon Intime in 1893, the English edition was issued in London the following year. This “Second Edition” in English is handsomely bound in three-quarter crimson morocco over marbled boards with matching endpapers; top edges gilt; raised bands with Napoleonic devices and lettering stamped in gilt. Each volume with engraved portrait frontispiece. The book was panned in The Spectator in 1894 as a “whitewash” [cf. The Spectator Archive, 28 April 1894, p. 36].
Near Fine binding.