Paris: Albin Michel Éditeur, 1942. 4to. 75 plates (unnumbered, around 400 pages). Sheets laid-loose as issued in gilt-decorated, dark green portfolio with red yarn ties; slipcase. Some modest wear to slipcase, generally fine. Item #405561
FIRST EDITION. Accompanied by the text of "L'Apocalypse e Saint Jean" in the translation of Le Maistre de Sacy. "L'Apocalypse d'Angers" is a representation of "l'Apocalypse de Jean" created at the end of the 14th century under the commission of Louis I d'Anjou. This work is the most important collection of medieval tapestries in the world.