History of the Consulate and The Empire of France Under Napoleon by M.A. Thiers, a French historian (1797-1877) and a Prime Minister of France. Volumes I and II in one tome (8 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 1845, Henry Colburn, Great Marlborough Street, London, 524 pages, translated by D. Forbes Campbell.
Volume I frontispiece with engraving of M.A. Thiers and within the book another engraving of Napoleon as Consul. Volume II frontispiece with engraving of Empress Josephine and within the book another engraving of Talleyrand.
Beautiful, collectible in superb, original turquoise, Morocco leather over marbled boards with a protective (removable clear plastic) cover and gilt lettering. Some minor wear, otherwise binding, text, and pages are unmarked and in excellent condition. A rare gem.
NOTE: You are only purchasing 1 book out of this collection, Volumes I and II in one tome. The other volume pictured is listed for sale on this website as well.