Paris: A. Gaudin, 1859. Third edition. 8vo., 600 pp.,  adverts, 128 illustrations on 10 folding pages, including 1 chromolithograph. Contemporary quarter calf and marbled paper over boards and paper spine label. Partially opened between the half-title and title page; otherwise, a very good and bright copy. Item #52529
This is the third, and greatly expended and revised edition of TRAITÉ GÉNÉRAL DE PHOTOGRAPHIE...1856. It is a general treatise on the leading process since the discovery of photography, and thorough examination, with formulae, of all aspects of the collodion process. A chapter covers the photogravure processes of Fizeau, Niépce de St. Victor, Talbot, and Poitevin. The plates include examples of heliogravures, chromolithographs, and illustrations of photographic and photomechanical apparatus, totaling 128 figures.
Roosens and Salu No. 4239.