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25 October 2007
RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE -- SEGAL, S. Novaya Gevopes v ee Istokah e Razvetee. Berlin: Izdanije E.A. Gutnova, 1923. Small 4°. Half tone plates, woodcut illustrations. Original coloured decorated wrappers (laid down on little cloth boards). NUMBER 4 OF 500 COPIES. ASSOCIATION COPY, inscribed by the author on the front blank to the book's publisher, 'For Evgeni Gutnov, respectfully, S. Segal, Berlin September 1927'.
LEF [Journal of the Left Front of the Arts]. Moscow: 1923. Issue no. 2, 8°. Original pictorial wrappers printed in green and black (lightly spotted).
With 6 Russian and one Hungarian avant-garde books. (9)
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