Handbook on embroidery. Artistic cover.Colorful illustrations with examples of
embroidery. The book is in good condition. Scuffs on the spine and cover.
Pages are in good condition.
Rare book, since books of this kind were actively used.
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An example of Soviet propaganda. Historian Sergei Firsov linked the appearance of this book with
Joseph Stalin's negotiations with the United States and Great Britain about the
possibility of opening a Second Front. Franklin Roosevelt was intereste.. read more >
Vladimir Sergeevich Solovyov (1853-1903) — a Russian religious thinker, mystic, poet and
publicist, literary critic, teacher. He stood at the origins of the Russian
"spiritual revival" at the beginning of the 20th century. He had a
great influence.. read more >
Inostrannaya literatura No. 10 (Foreign Literature No. 10); Moscow:
printing house "Izvestiy Sovetov deputatov trudyashchikhsya
SSSR",1960; (2), 320 pp., ill.; edition 1510.
First Russian translation, first publication of famous “On the Road”,&n.. read more >
A book in artistic publishing covers. Paper sticker on
the front cover. Owner's print, owner's inscription and number print on the
The book is in good condition. Angles of some pages
are folded. Pages are in good condition.
An exampl.. read more >
Iss. 1, Leningrad (St. Petersburg): Director's Department of the Bolshoi drama theater, 1926, (2), 65 pp., ill.; Iss. 2, N.F. Monakhov k 30-letiyu tvorcheskoy deyatel'nosti (N. F. Monakhov to the 30th actor's activity), Leningrad (St. Petersbur.. read more >
Moscow: B. A. Sokolov, 1914; 48 pp., ill.
A magazine in artistic paperback form. Owner's print
at the title page. Pencil notes on the backside of the back cover.
Black-and-white photos of different places in Russia. The magazine is in good
condit.. read more >
One of the first translation of Nietzsche into Russian
language. Bilingual edition.
Publishing cover. Marbling paper cover. A leather
spine with golden embossing. Print on the backside of the front cover. Owner's inscription on the title pag.. read more >
One of the first dictionaries of the Buryat language
is the "Russian-Mongol-Buryat Dictionary" by I. A. Podgorbunsky,
which was published in 1909.
Podgorbunsky Innokenty Aleksandrovich (1862-1913) — a priest, missionary, teacher of the Buryat and .. read more >
Publishing cover, golden letters and emblem on the
front cover. Black-and-white photos of places in Bad Nauheim. Map of Bad Nauheim.
Few spots on the front cover. Abrasions on the spine.
Pages are in good condition. The map is torn out of the bind.. read more >
English writers in processing for Russians. Issues: without
number 1 (Wilde O. Tales), without number 2 (Jerome K. Jerome Tales), 1
(Dickens C. The boarding house), 7 (Jacob W. Tales), 17 (Pearls of English poetry);Petrograd (St. Petersburg): The B.. read more >
for Russians in publishing covers. Several illustrations in the issues. Abrasions on the edges, otherwise in good condition.
Iss. 1, the spine is slightly torn at the top; pages
are in good condition.
Iss. 7, there are a few spots on the back.. read more >
(A Florentine Tragedy in One Act); Moscow: Scorpion, 1907; (4), 61 pp., a
portrait of O. Wilde (P. 5), an engraving of O. Wilde (P. 13), a picture
of O. Wilde (P. 62)First Russian translation. First edition of Wilde`s Florentine Tragedy.Could a b.. read more >
cover with a bit of dirty, emblem of the publishing house on the back
cover, owner’s inscription on the front cover; owner’s signature on the
title page; pages are in good condition... read more >
cover with a few spots and three ballpoint pen notes front cover with
an art frame and small little dents, a title page with owner’s
inscription, the spine is torn at the bottom and taped up, pages are in
good condition, edges of.. read more >
contemporary cover, abrasions on the edges and spine, dirt spots on the
cover; art flyleaf with golden and dark-green ornamental pattern; title
page with a stamp of book shop; inscriptions of owners with a pen; the
pages are in.. read more >
Afhandling for den filosofiske doktorgrad. Published by Köbenhavn, I kommission hos V. Thaning & Appel, 1911. (8), 120 pp. 1911First
edition of Bohr's doctoral dissertation. This is a purely theoretical
work that clearly exhibited the m.. read more >
Gliere (1875-1956) — a Russian composer, conductor, teacher, musical
and public figure. People's Artist of the USSR (1938). Laureate of three
1st degree Stalin Prizes (1946, 1948, 1950). Chevalier of three Orders
of Lenin (1945, 1950, 1955). Th.. read more >
Soviet song with notes in the form of a march, written and published in the spring of 1923 (although Hait himself said that the song was written in 1920). Music by Julius Abramovich Hait, lyrics by Pavel Davidovich German, Russian language. Often per.. read more >
Cover with an image in the style of early Soviet constructivism.Tahiti Trot, Op. 16, is Dmitri Shostakovich's 1927 orchestration of an arrangement of "Tea for Two" from the musical No, No, Nanette by Vincent Youmans. It had previously been arranged b.. read more >