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Monte Carlo: 1933. 1 page, 8 x 5.5 inches, Monte Carlo, March 3, 1933 -- three bars from Chopin's Berecuse, signed, "Meillleur souvennir de A. Brailowsky Monte-Carlo, Sellars 1933." One light horizontal fold at the center and a tiny crease at the lower left corner; very good condition. Brailowsky, a Russian concert pianist and composer, was considered one of the greatest interpreters of Chopin's works. He visited New York City in 1924 and 1938, appearing at standing-room-only sold-out venues...
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923. 8 color and b/w maps. 8vo, red cloth, front flyleaf with two tears, edges of corners lightly worn and lightly bumped, lettering on spine faded. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1923). Short political and economic histories of Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.
New York: Judelson, 1994. 19 full page color illustrations plus black & white text illustions. text in two sections of 47pp., one in Englsh, one in Russian. 8vo, three panelled linen-backed boards, inside front panel has pasted down envelope containing two folded posters. New York: Paul Judelson Arts and Moscow: Avant-Garde, 1994. A very good (+) copy. One of 1500 copies. Published in conjunction with Afrika's 1995 exhibition at the Osterreichisches Museum fur angewandte Kunst (MAK).