29 November 2007
TITOV, Fedor (1854-1935). Russkii Tsarstvuiyshchii dom Romanovykh v otnosheniiakh ego k Kievo-Pechersckoi lavre 1613-1913 gg. [The Russian Imperial House of Romanov and its connection with the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery]. Kiev: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, 1913.
8° (290 x 215mm). Chromolithographed frontispiece, richly illustrated throughout. (Occasional minor soiling, occasional light marginal browning). Publisher's original maroon half leather, spine and covers blind-tooled and gilt-lettered, salmon-pink coated endpapers printed in gilt, green and red, marbled edges (extremities rubbed, front joint starting, light dampstain). Provenance: Paul M. Fekula.
FIRST EDITION. The Fekula copy in the original binding of this luxurious publication commemorating the tercentenary of the Imperial house's association with the Kiev-Pechersk monastery. Fekula 3000 (this copy).
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