César Famin  

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Stanislas Marie César Famin (b. 1799 d. 1853) is best-known for his book The Royal Museum at Naples, Being Some Account of The Erotic Paintings, Bronzes, and Statues Contained in that Famous "Cabinet Secret" first published in 1832 in French as Musée royal de Naples; peintures, bronzes et statues érotiques du cabinet secret, avec leur explication. It featured a description of the contents of the Secret Cabinet and some forty coloured engravings. In 1871, an English translation of Famin's work was published in England under the byline of 'Colonel Fanin'. Privately printed in a limited edition, this translation became one of the rarest erotic books.



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