Like other sticker books, this one has spaces where individual cards can be glued into place. However, unlike other sticker books, this is a thick hardcover, not a flimsy paper album. Most albums in this era were produced to be used as part of a promotion, usually where the sticker cards are found inside packages of candy or bread. But it appears that the stickers for this book may have been included on sheets located at intervals of every eight pages. So it's possible that this book was the promotion, rather than going the route of putting cards inside chocolate bars.
There are 64 pages altogether (not counting endpapers or the missing sticker sheets) and 80 images. Book illustrations, text, and layout by L.S. Tenas. Printed in Switzerland. It looks as though the green covers might have originally come with a more colorful dusty jacket.
Images and info courtesy of Greg Philip of A Lost Film.
In an earlier post, see another edition of this book which was printed in France and issued in Belgium.