The Ader auction house will hold a large sale of photography books under the expertise of Antoine Romand. Included in the 345 lots are some classics of publishing dating from the earliest days of photography and up through recent times, including rare works about countries like the USSR, Japan and the United States. The centerpiece is a highly-sought, limited-edition numbered copy of Paris with 80 photographs by Moi Ver, published by Jeanne Walter in 1931 with an introduction by Fernand Léger (est. 20,000–25,000€).
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