SLY MIKE: A HUNGARIAN STORY.
Limited, numbered edition of 250. English translation by Frances Shires. Ten orginal, colored etchings by illustrators Lidia Farkas and Zoltán Pohárnok. Etchings were printed by hand-press and hand-colored. Colophon page signed by the illustrators. Farkas (1910-1985) and Poharnok (1905-1976) were both students of noted Hungarian painter Oszkar Glatz (1872-1958). Biographical sketches from http://artportal.hu laid in. Boards very lightly soiled and slightly bumped at corners.
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by Collingridge, W.H. & L.
Tenth edition. Issued by the printer, Collingridge. (St. Bride Catalogue p.230). From the reference library of the Zaehnsdorf Company with a commemorative booklabel loosely inserted. With the bookplate of the Zaehnsdorf Company.