This book belonged to the Dauphin of France, heir to the French throne. The title page reads, "Dedicated to the Queen for usage in her house during Holy Week (Easter Week)." Bears the arms of the Dauphin, son of Louis XV.
This book, published in Paris, 1658, is a volume originally written by Julius Caesar describing his military campaigns. This is the 3rd French edition, revised and corrected.
Royal almanac for the year 1777, belonging to the younger brother of King Louis XVI, later Charles X of France.
Emperor Napeleon's copy of The Philosophy of the 18th Century by J. F. Laharp with his gilt crest on cover. The book covers literature and philosophy.
Royal binding. Belonging to the Duke of Orleans, Premier Prince of the Blood and cousin of the king.
This is an informational book on postal routes and capitals of the kingdom of France. Printed at the L'Imprimerie Royale in 1837.
Royal binding of King Louis XVIII. Louis XVIII was the younger brother of Louis XVI, who became king of France after the expulsion of Napoleon.
This rare book is one of six volumes made by order of King Louis XVI of France for the education of his son, Monseignor Le Dauphin.
Armorial binding of Madame La Comtesse du Barry, Memoires et Réflexions sur les principaux évenemens du Regne de Louis XIV by the Marquis de La Fare, 1755.
Detailed account of testimonies and the National Convention's record of the "deeds and misdeeds" of Louis XVI.