Budapest: Muszaki Konyvkiado, 1977. First Printing. Leatherette. In English, Hungarian, and Russian. 237 pages. 127 b/w photographs. Approximately 2.75" x 2". No wear. No country has issued more quality miniature books than Hungary, and Janka Gyula is the recognized expert in the field. This volume addresses all Hungarian miniature books published in 1975.
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Budapest: Kaposvari Magyar Hirdeto, 1970. First Printing. Hardcover. 80 pages. In Hungarian.Illustrated with more than 20 full-page b/w movie stills. Approximately 2.5" x 2". Signed by the printer, Mautner Jozsef, on the title page. Very light shelf wear. Traces Lenin's life through films made about him.
Enkhuizen, Netherlands: Jack R. Levin, 1971. First Paperback Printing. Hard Cover. Limited edition: #67 of 100. Facsimile of a miniature book originally printed in 1667. Illustrated title, frontispiece, and colophon. Approximately 1.75" x 1.5". Signed by Levin. Very slight cover wear. Selected verses from the Gospel of St. John.
Budapest: Zrinyi Nyomdaban, 1970. First Printing. Hardcover. Limited edition of 200. In Hungarian. 60 pages of text. Color and b/w illustrations including a four-page facsimile of a medieval manuscript in rear. Approximately 2.5" x 1.35".Light shelf wear. Biography of King Stephen I, the founder of the Kingdom of Hungary. Stephen...
Los Angeles: Bela Blau, 1970. First Printing. Leather. Book measures about 1.5" x 1.25". 32 pages including frontispiece, half-titles, etc. Frontispiece shows a crowded bookstore and appears to be the work of Tom Neal (TAN). Dark green leather with gilt rules and lettering. Very light shelf wear. Short essay about...