Financial skulduggery in ancient Gaul! When local Chief Whosemoralsarelastix wants a cauldron full of money kept out of Roman hands, the cash disappears while Asterix is guarding it. He and Obelix must earn enough to repay it through fairground gladiatorial contests, trendy theatrical performances, even bank robbery - they'll try anything. But whose morals are really elastic? And how do the pirates, just for once, get an unexpected bonus. Asterix and the Cauldron is the thirteenth volume of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations). It was first serialised in the magazine Pilote, issues 469-491, in 1968.
In good condition, with some bumping and darkening to cover. Illustrated end papers a little faded. Inside pages are all present, there is an inscription on title page, no other markings throughout. Text in French.