We have had occasion to speak before of Grolier and Maioli; they were the most illustrious, but not the only ones.
He invented antique letters for Grolier, he tells us in his Champfleury.
Grolier, it appeared, had led his party against the theological liberals.
We are indebted to the Grolier Club for some of the best of these.
This was the time when Grolier travelled in Italy, in the suite of the French, and when he began his collections.
Grolier did not allow his treasured volumes to leave his possession.
M. de Lincy was of opinion that the memory of Grolier was almost entirely forgotten, except in his native city of Lyons.
Bound in red morocco extra, with gold tooling in the Grolier style, edges gilt over red.
M. de Lincy remarks that Grolier's books were strangely neglected through a great part of the eighteenth century.
It is only the sixteenth century bindings of so-called "Grolier style" and the like which add largely to the value of a book.