3 Autographic Letters Signed By Étienne Marc Fourmere Érudit Orientaliste
Author: four mother etienne marc. Around 1811 three autograph letters signed by the etienne scholar and bibliographer fourmothers of which only one is dated 1811. Man of betting letters about a manuscript, a sheet in 21x16.5 cm format approximately dated 1811, 12 lines, tears with a lack of paper. Letter addressed to Mr bush "monsieur et ami", a double sheet in folded format of approximately 20x13 cm dated November 11, about a book sold for public sale but which escaped him, 15 lines, tears at the level of the fold. Yarn, bookseller, street gitte-le-coeur à bets, a double sheet in folded format of 18,5x12 cm undated, 6 lines, about works acquired or not at last night's vacation, little lack of angular paper at the address. Étienne marc fourmère, born 12 July 1782, died 12 September 1857, is a Latinist, Hellenist and orientalist, professor of Persian at the École des langues orientales and professor at the Collège de France. Étienne fourmère was renowned for his prodigious memory and erudition. He had formed a rich oriental library which, after his death, was bought by the king of Bavaria.
The item "3 letters autograph signed by a Marc four-mother Orientalist scholar" has been on sale since Sunday, April 28, 2019. It is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons". The seller is "quentinrota" and is located at/in laval.
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- type: autograph, dedication
Age: first empire
- theme: erudition
- country of manufacture: france
- subtype: autograph on paper
- number of pages: 3