Titre : Povesti Ceskoslovenskeho Lidu. (...
Éditeur : Praha: Jaroslav Podrouzek, 1946. In Slovak, or Czech.
Date d'édition : 1946
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included
Jacket is clean but fragile and has many tears and small chips along the edges and a 4x2" chip across the bottom front, taking part of the title. Hardcover cloth, 9.8x13.2", 95 pp + plates, indices. Appears to be threads of Czech mythology and history over the centuries, up to about XVIIth century. Very Good in chipped jacket. Clean and unmarked. The plates attached at the gutter to the following page, and a couple extend slightly beyond the text block and are a little rough on the bottom edge. 8 color plates from watercolors by Kotrba plus 12 b&w plates from his pen and ink drawings, double-page b&w spread for title page, and chapter heads. Very bold paintings and drawings. N° de réf. du libraire 10435.1
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