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1927, Japanese vintage original woodblock print book, "Soshi Monyo Shu vol.5"
Title : Soshi-Monyo-shu Editor: Koshotei Sanjin Publisher : Maria Gabo Year : 1927 Description: Size:25.5×16.5cm (1cm≒0.39inch) 17 sheets. Damaged (Paper case). Woodcut print by skillful artisans with traditional woodcut techniques. Printed in Japan. multiple purchases: combined shipping is possible. No additional shipping fee (except some heavy items). Our products may have stains and creases due to age. We do our best to upload photos where you can check the condition of the item. But in rare cases, this may not be entirely visible on the photos. Also, depending on your screen, the colors on the photo may not be the same as the original. We ask you to accept these conditions upon your purchase and should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Found a bunch of new posters with Soviet republics emblems and patterns. And a bonus double-sided poster with the Russian alphabet. I don’t think I can find second copies of these, so first come first serve! Published in 1988.
(Sorry for the bad photos, we get aweful daylight these days with all the rains)

See all posters on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SovietPostcards?section_id=19367225

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Audrey: The 50s by David Wills

You may know David Wills from his previous book Audrey: The 60s.  A compilation of stunning, highly glossy photographs of Audrey Hepburn from the 1960s.  The cover featured a hypnotic and very mod Audrey photographed by Douglas Kirkland for the film How to Steal a Million.  Now, David Wills has published his second Audrey Hepburn book, Audrey: The 50s with beautifully rich photographs of Audrey from her movies throughout the 1950s. Think Roman Holiday, Funny Face, and Love in the Afternoon just to name a few.  It combines famous movie stills of Audrey as well as unfamiliar, rarely seen promotional photographs of Audrey from her earlier films (as shown above). This book is like dessert: sumptuous, eye-catching, and truly satisfying.  And just like dessert it’ll leave you wanting more!

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