On Mon, 24 Apr 2006, Norm Wolcott wrote:
> Theh Dutch Jules Verne society uses a Chromolith for the covers of their
> magazine De Vernian which comes out 3 times a year. Back issues go at least
> 10 years.
We have used these covers since Verniaan no 25. Before that, there was a
different design. The chromo covers are those that were used by Elsevier
for a series that was published in parallel with the famous 'blue covers'.
I believe similar chromos were published in France, but the Dutch
adaptations are slightly different.
You can view the covers of the Verniaan at
The Dutch JV Society has published a bibliography of the chromo covers in
the Elsevier series, see <http://www.jules-verne.nl/gb/publications.html
After the Verniaan about Cesar Cascabel, we will have to think of a
different design, as Elsevier stopped publishing new titles after 1891.
Received on Tue 25 Apr 2006 - 17:07:23 IDT