Moscow: 1989. Signed program from an event about human rights to American writer and editor Leo Lerman (best known for his work at Conde Nast publications and as a major advocate for gay rights from the 1940's until his death in 2011), inscribed: "To Leo Lerman - with gratitude - an effect of my humble efforts - Svetlana - Moscow - September 1989". Excellent condition. Russian-born daughter of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin who caused an international furor when she defected.....
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Moscow: Sovietsky Khudozhnik Publishers, 1988. Text in Russian. Profusely illustrated in color. 430pp. Tall, thick 4to, brown cloth, slightly edge worn d.w. Moscow: Sovietsky Khudozhnik Publishers, 1988. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Includes: Russian Gold And Silver, 12th - Early 20th Centuries; Arms and Armour, 12th - 19th Centuries; Western European Gold and Silver, 13th - 19th Centuries; Precious Textiles and Decorative Embroidery, 14th - 19th Centuries; Wearing Apparel, 16th - Early 20th Centuries; Historical.....
Paris: Alain de Gourcuff, 1994. Preface by I.R. Rodimtseva; Introduction and commentaries by I.R. Bogatskaia. Full page color illustrations. 153 pages. Slim square 4to, red boards (spine lightly faded), pictorial board slipcase. (Paris): Alain de Gourcoff, (1994). First edition. A near fine copy of this variant edition, published in slipcase rather than dust wrapper.
London: Methuen & Co. LTD, 1961. Frontispiece illustration with many b/w illustrations throughout. xviii, 94pp. with 43 plates at the end. 8vo, blue cloth, worn and faded d.w. London: Methuen Co., (1961). Previous owner's inscriptions in pencil and pen, still a very good copy in a good dust wrapper.
New York: Morris Gest, 1925. Illustrated throughout with portraits, costumes and scenic designs. Tall slim 4to, pictorial wrappers featuring a vivid chromolithograph by Andrei Hudiakoff (edge-worn but largely intact). New York: Morris Gest, 1925. First edition. A very good copy of this scarce souvenir program from the tour, staple-bound.