1/ - Complete works of Alfred de Vigny. Paris, Ch. Delagrave, s.d. [c. 1910]. 8 large volumes in-12, bound in brown half morocco with gilt fillet, smooth spines decorated with a romantic gilt motif, gilt title and head. Includes: Cinq-Mars (2) - Poems - Stello... - Servitude and military greatness - Journal of a poet - Theatre (2).
2/ - Complete works of Charles Baudelaire. Paris, M. Lévy, 1869-1870. Second edition. Complete with 7 volumes in-8, bound in green half-basane (spines uniformly turned fawn), spines decorated with a romantic gilt motif, author and title gilt. Portrait of Baudelaire in frontispiece (A. Nargeot). Includes: Les fleurs du mal - Curiosités esthétiques - L'Art romantique - Petits poèmes en prose, Les paradis artificiels - Histoires extraordinaires - Nouvelles histoires extraordinaires - Aventures d'Arthur Gordon Pym, Eurêka.
3/ - Émile Augier. - Théâtre complet (7) / Oeuvres diverses (1). Paris, Calmann Lévy, 1877. Complete with the 8 volumes in-12, bound in half calf in cherry glazed bradel, underlined by a gilt fillet, spines decorated with a romantic gilt motif, author and title gilt (spines slightly damaged).
4/ - Gustave Flaubert. - Salammbô. Paris, A. Lemerre, s.d. 2 volumes in-16, bound in half hazelnut morocco with corners, spines decorated with a quintuple frame (3 fillets and 1 gilt dotted line, 1 listel blue night), blue night title page, gilt head, covers preserved.
5/ - Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. - Physiology of taste. With a preface by Ch. Monselet. Paris, Jouaust, Librairie des Bibliophile, 1879. 2 volumes in-12 bound in full dark green morocco, the boards decorated with a quadruple gilt frame (3 fillets, 1 dotted line) spaced with a fleuron. First board stamped with the Greek text "ΓΑΣΤΕΡΕΗ ΜΟΥΣΗ" in 2 gilt circles, second board stamped with the arms of Léon de Forges de Parny (1838-1924). Spine decorated with gilt fleurons, title, tomaison and head gilt, fillet on the edges, interior framed in duseuil. Ex-libris of L. De Forges de Parny on the first cover and of M.M. du Mas Aldis on the second. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait, 32 bands and caps by A. Lalauze.
6/ - [ Anthelme Brillat-Savarin]. - Physiology of taste or meditations on transcendental gastronomy; theoretical, historical and current work, dedicated to Parisian gastronomes, by a professor... Fourth edition. Paris, Just Tessier, 1834. 2 volumes in-8, bound in pale red half-maroquin with small corners, underlined by a gilt fillet, smooth spine decorated with a romantic gilt motif, title, author and tomaison gilt (scattered freckles).