Paris: Ingenia, Constructions de Precision, n.d. [1950s?]. Cardboard Covers. 4p., giant cardstock leaves (11.5x16.5 inches) printed recto-only in vivid colors (Roman interior decoration wasn't subtle), enclosed in a doubly-giant folder printed two-colors in French and Latin, francophone instructions for assembling a tiny cardboard villa (lotsa rooms) around gardens and pools. No perforations, you or your kid must be handy with scissors. Condition of plates is quite good, even very good if images are scissored and marginal scraps thrown away; condition of outer wrap however is poor to fair, with heavy dust-soil and foxing. Two corner-tips bear repellent mildew. As is, "with all faults", item retains some charm despite drawbacks.