Paris: Libreria Larousse, 1926.
Very thick octavo (19.5 x 14 x 5.75 cm.), 1528 pages. Two column format, with 200 black & white illustration and some full-page color plates. 102 maps. 5900 entries. All edges red.Text in Spanish and Portuguese. Later printing of this Spanish adaptation by Miguel de Toro, of the famous Larousse Gastronomique. Between the two separate dictionaries, is an interesting section, "Locuciones Latinas y Extranjeras", printed on pink paper. ~ Hinges delicate, but holding. In original orange cloth with illustration of a woman blowing a dandelion with brown titles on front and spine. Edges and corners rubbed. Still, near very good.