London: P. R. Gawthorn, Ltd., 1949. Henri Breuil & Neave Parker. First Edition. Cloth. Small 4to (10" x 7 1/2"), red cloth with black lettering on spine and front cover; handsomely illustrated with 31 full-color large sketches by Henri Breuil, special B&W glossy photographs by André Just & A. F. Keating, maps by William Grimshaw, and decorations by Neave Parker, an archival quality clear plastic cover protects the pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) which depicts an archer hunting red deer, 100 pages. Fine / Fine. Item #3966
Henri Breuil (1877 – 1961), often referred to as Abbé Breuil, was a French Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus, archaeologist, anthropologist, ethnologist and geologist. He is noted for his studies of cave art in the Somme and Dordogne valleys as well as in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, China with Teilhard de Chardin, Ethiopia, British Somaliland, and especially Southern Africa.--Wiki
SCARCE EDITION with numerous illuminating illustrations by the great Abbé Breuil. Tight, clean, bright. No remainder markings. A purple line masks part of the copyright--not sure about its significance.