Rare portable copy of this complete edition in a volume called "in miniature" of the five legal codes promulgated in France at the initiative of Napoleon I between 1804 with the Civil Code and 1810 for the Penal Code.
Remarkable editorial work done in 1813. This small volume of 9.7x7cm contains nearly 1000 pages.
Printing on extra-fine verged paper, with tiny characters, print made in Amsterdam.
Title adorned with imperial coat of arms.
Decorative copy established in a fine modern binding in full raspberry red leather, back to 5 nerves, mute.
Author: Napoléon Ist:
Title: Les cinq codes de l'Empire français. (en miniature) : 1. Code Napoleon. 2. Code de procédure civile. 3. Code de commerce. 4. Code d'instruction criminelle. 5. Code pénal : all in one volume.
Published by: In Amsterdam: Chez Chanal; À Paris, Chez P. Blanchard, 1813. Volume of 97x70mm of 2 ff 984/993 pages are ultimately missing pages 985-993 from the tables of the Code of Criminal Investigation and the Penal Code;
Binding in perfect condition. The first three and the last 4 sheets passed with traces and light wetting. Handwritten bookplate on the title page barred out. Several handwritten notes with very fine pen remain very discreet. A small angular ink stain on 400-410 pages without gravity, the rest fresh and clean.
- Number of Books
- Bindings, Law, Sociology
- Author/ Illustrator
- [Napoléon Ier]
- Book Title
- Les cinq codes de l'Empire français (en miniature).
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Binding/ Material
- Half leather
- Number of pages
- 9.7×7 cm