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NICHOLAS II
The Last Tsar
by Marvin Lyons

1st UK Edition. English text. Richly Illustrated!

Originally published in 1974, Marvin Lyons' pictorial has become a classic in its own right, one which is highly sought after by collectors.

The fate of the last Emperor of Russia and his family is a mystery which has intrigued people over the years. The tragic and violent circumstances of their death have given their life a poignant interest, but the passage of time and events has parted us from Nicholas's friends and relatives, and his property and possessions have been either destroyed or dispersed.

All that remains now by way of record are photographs, and this fascinating pictorial biography has drawn on some 35,000 unpublished photographs to present a vivid and immediate panorama of Nicholas II and his family.

Few rulers held such power as the Emperor of Russia, and the photographs show Nicholas busy with affairs of State and attending great national occasions. But we also see him in the atmosphere he loved best, with his family or with his soldiers, enjoying a game of tennis or at a regimental review. This is a photographic collection of immense historical interest, and at the same time it is the family album of a man and his family, who were so very much a part of the land they loved so well.

Includes more than 350 black and white photographs, mainly from the private archives of members of the nobility, and White Russians who escaped Russia after the Revolution, and their respective descendants.

ITEM #0348
PUBLISHED: 1974
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: EXCELLENT!
224 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $150.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


NICHOLAS and ALEXANDRA
The Last Tsar and Tsarina
Exhibition Catalogue

English text. Richly Illustrated!

This elegantly illustrated and beautifully produced publication is a catalogue of a Royal Museum of Scotland exhibition held in July of 2005, on the public and private lives of Russia's last Imperial family.

The curators selected pieces from the extraordinary collections in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg with its state and personal possessions. These items belonging to Nicholas II, the last Emperor and Tsar of Russia, and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna include rare Fabergé jewelry, ceremonial medals, military uniforms, treasured photographs, porcelain items ranging from ornate clocks to tableware embedded with gold, silver and precious gems, toys their children played with, clothing they wore, great paintings that hung in the Imperial residences, as well as icons and books from the family libraries.

When viewed from our perspective, the lavishness of these objects and their lifestyle followed by the bleak events of the Russian Revolution serve as a potent history lesson. This book also features essays by Russian historians and museum curators on the family of Nicholas II, on the St. Petersburg palaces, Nicholas' coronation and others.

Includes more than 160 colour & black and white photographs.

ITEM #0347
PUBLISHED: 2005
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
202 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE CORONATION OF TSAR NICHOLAS II
Edited by Paul Gilbert

English text. Richly Illustrated!

The pomp and pageantry surrounding the Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II is told through the eye-witness accounts of six people who attended this historic event at Moscow, held over a three week period from May 6 to 26, 1896.

The authors came from all walks of life and different nations. They recorded their observations in diaries and letters, leaving to posterity a first-hand record that allows modern-day readers to relive the crowning of Russia’s last tsar and the splendour and opulence of a world that is gone forever.

These exceptional memoirs offer a wealth of information that include the preparations and events leading up to and during the coronation festivities, the tsar’s entry into Moscow, the procession to the cathedral, the crowning of the tsar and the celebrations that followed. No two memoirs are alike; each of the authors guides the reader through this historic event through his or her own eyes.

This book includes biographical notes and photos of each of the six authors. A collection of over 200 rare photographs and illustrations from the private archives of Royal Russia complement this book offering the largest collection of this historic event ever assembled in one volume.

Includes more than 200 black and white photographs. This is a NEW unopened copy, still sealed in original shrink wrap.

ITEM #0343
PUBLISHED: 2012
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
385 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE MOSCOW KREMLIN IN WATERCOLOURS
by Evgenia Kirichenko

English text. Richly Illustrated.

You don't have to be a head of state anymore to see some of the most lavish private apartments in the palaces of the Kremlin. Now, armchair travelers can visit the exotic, splendid rooms -- many of which have never been altered, as well as the churches and other historic buildings of the Moscow Kremlin as they looked during tsarist times.

This lavish coffee table book features 19th-century paintings that the French publisher Alain de Gourcuff, assembled from the archives of the Moscow Kremlin Museum. The book is enclosed in a handsome protective slipcase cover.

Includes more than 80 colour illustrations. NEW copy! Never been opened, still sealed in original shrinkwrap!

ITEM #0004
PUBLISHED: 1994
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
153 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE ROMANOVS
by Virginia Cowles

English text. Richly Illustrated!

For over 300 years, the Romanov family ruled over Russia. Its glittering Tsars and Tsarinas were autocratic despots, who between them embraced all the vices (and too few of the virtues) of absolute rulers. Their name has become a byword for excess, avarice and cruelty, they have aroused intrigue and horror in equal measure.

Virginia Cowles offers a portrait gallery of the outstanding members of this incredible family — from Alexis (a Tartar in his wrath) and Peter the Great (a terrifying giant) to the nymphomaniac Catherine and the doomed Nicholas II, last of the Tsars. Their domination of Russia was brought to an end in March 1917, as a result of the February Revolution. Of the 65 family members, 18 were killed by the Bolsheviks and the remaining 47 were exiled abroad.

Delving behind the mass of obscure and unfamiliar historical detail, she reveals the characters and personal ties behind these strange, and often daunting, figures. She looks beyond what is written about them in the history books and explores how their family lives and secrets affected the entirety of Russia and its many citizens.

Includes 34 colour and 158 black and white photographs

ITEM #0338
PUBLISHED: 1971
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Very good copy
288 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE TSAR
Edited with an introduction by Robert H. Allshouse

English text. Richly Illustrated!

The pioneering color photography of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II.

The photographs in this extraordinary album are the work of a previously unknown pioneer in early twentieth-century color photography, Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii -- commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II in 1909 to travel throughout the Russian Empire photographing things of interest and significance.

To view these color images of an era we are accustomed to seeing in sepia tones or black and white photos is an experience of cultural shock -- a trip in a visual time machine to a vanished and exotic world that looks as though it had been captured by the photographer only yesterday.

Prokudin-Gorskii, a chemist as well as a photographer, developed one of the earliest processes for taking color pictures and was the editor for many years of a St. Petersburg journal, The Amateur Photographer. During the six years he executed the Tsar’s commission, he traveled vast distances in a special railway car outfitted with a darkroom -- to the Urals, the Caucasus, the Ukraine, Siberia, Finland, and as far east as Turkestan.

Eminent in his own country, he became one of the countless emigres to flee Russia in 1918, disappearing into relative obscurity first in Norway, and later in England and France. Like Imperial society, he too was a victim of the upheaval of the Revolution.

Prokudin-Gorskii managed to bring out of Russia his collection of nearly 2000 glass-plate negatives. This book, produced with the cooperation of the National Archives and the Library of Congress, contains 120 of his finest color photographs -- including the only extant photo in color of Leo Tolstoy. Another 120 have been reproduced in sepia from black-and-white prints. Photographs for the Tsar is a landmark contribution to the history of photography, one which allows us a better understanding of a lost world.

Includes more than 250 colour & black and white photographs

ITEM #0331
PUBLISHED: 1980
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Excellent!
216 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE
A Portrait in Photographs
by Chloe Obolensky

1st UK Edition. English text. Richly Illustrated!

A large, heavy pictorial, with an introduction by Max Hayward.

This unrivalled collection of nearly 500 photographs provides a breathtaking view of a world now lost to us. It is the vast, many-faceted, revealing portrait of Imperial Russia from the mid-nineteenth century to the shadow of the Revolution.

Gathered from family albums, long-hidden archives, museums and libraries throughout Europe and America, these striking photographs - most of them previously unpublished - form a rare pictorial narrative, that reaches across the enormity of Russia.

From the splendour of St Petersburg to the haunting bleak landscapes of Siberia, The Russian Empire, is a photographic chronicle of every walk of life. With historical, social and regional background to the period described in an outstanding text, The Russian Empire is a beautiful, thoughtful and indispensable work.

Includes nearly 500 black and white photographs

ITEM #0336
PUBLISHED: 1980
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Wear and tear on dust jacket, contents very good!
346 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MICHAEL & NATASHA
The Life and Love of the Last Tsar of Russia
by Rosemary and Donald Crawford

English text. Illustrated!

Michael and Natasha is both an astonishing love story and an illuminating look at the last glorious days of the Romanovs and the brutal revolution that ended their reign. Based on private diaries, letters, and documents long hidden in the Soviet archives, it sheds light on an extraordinary tale of enduring love and ultimate tragedy that, until now, has never been told. He was the Grand Duke Michael Aleksandrovich, the tall, dashing brother of Tsar Nicholas II. She was Nathalie Wulfert, a beautiful, elegant, intelligent, divorced commoner, and the wife of a Guards officer under Michael's command. Everything was wrong...yet for Grand Duke Michael, it was love at first sight-an obsession that would lead to disgrace, humiliation, and exile.

Much of Michael and Natasha's story is told in their own words, through hundreds of hitherto unpublished letters. Here they reveal their passion, their joy, and their despair as they are banished from their own country, bathed in scandal in the courts of Europe, and forced to suffer cruel separation. But more than a love story, Michael and Natasha is a historical drama played out against the elegant background of a bygone age and a world at war. It is a spell-binding account of Michael's return to Russia, his reputation as a war hero, the downfall of Nicholas II, the strange and short reign of Grand Duke Michael, and the cruel and tragic end of one of the most colorful eras in world history.

Includes 60 black and white photographs

ITEM #0340
PUBLISHED: 1997
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
448 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE QUEST FOR ANASTASIA
Solving the Mystery of the Lost Romanovs
by John Klier

1st UK Edition. English text. Illustrated!

The Romanov dynasty ended in 1918, when the new Bolshevik regime murdered the Russian Imperial family -- tsar, tsarina, and their five children. Or did it? Did Anastasia and her brother survive? Today, after eight decades, the fate of Anastasia and that of the entire Russian Imperial family is still shrouded in mystery, even after human remains discovered in a pit near Ekaterinburg in the Urals, were confirmed in 1993 as those of the Romanovs. The many reports out of Russia concur that the bodies of two of the royal children were missing from the grave, but they do not agree on their identity.John Klier untangles the strands of the Romanov mysteries, separating unpalatable truths from tactical, political lies. Fluent in Russian and an expert in Russian history and archival materials, he has traveled to Russia, the United States, and Western Europe in search of the lost Romanovs.

What really happened during the night of their execution on July 16, 1918? Can it now be established that it was Nicholas's son, Alexei, and youngest daughter, Anastasia, who were missing when the mass grave was excavated in Ekaterinburg? Until the end of her life Anna Anderson claimed to be Anastasia. Can her well-supported and convincing claim be reconciled with the results of a 1994 DNA test in Britain? Where was the tsar's vast fortune hidden? And why have many of the Romanov relatives and the British and Danish royal families been so obstructive to claims that Anastasia survived the firing squad?

In search of the truth about the tsar's family, Dr. Klier has examined secret archives in Russia; he has had exclusive access to the late James Blair Lovell's private archive of Romanov materials in Washington; and he has taken direct firsthand testimony from scientists and historians working in Russia. The Quest for Anastasia clears the fog of misinformation that has surrounded the Romanovs for the past eight decades.

Includes 32 black and white photographs

ITEM #7332
PUBLISHED: 1995
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
246 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ANASTASIA
The Riddle of Anna Anderson
by Peter Kurth

English text. Illustrated!

On 17 February, 1920, a young woman was rescued from a Berlin canal and taken to a local asylum. Her body bore the scars of bullet and bayonet wounds. For a long time she refused to give her name, and was known as Fraulein Unbekannt (Miss Unknown).

When she did declare herself — as the Grand Duchess Anastasia, youngest daughter of the murdered Romanovs — she became the centre of a storm of controversy that still continues after her death in 1983.

Peter Kurth’s brilliant and meticulously researched account shows that the evidence that Anna Anderson was Anastasia is in the end overwhelming.

Nevertheless the extraordinary secrecy which still shrouds some of the key evidence suggests that, as her uncle the Grand Duke of Hesse wrote, an investigation of her identity could be ‘dangerous’.

‘Anastasia’ is a fascinating study of one of the world’s greatest mysteries.

Includes 32 black and white photographs

ITEM #0339
PUBLISHED: 1986
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Excellent!
456 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ANASTASIA
The Lost Princess
by James Blair Lovell

1st US Edition. English text. Illustrated!

Anastasia--the name has become synonymous with enigma. the story of the youngest daughter of the last Russian czar has become one of the world's most favorite romantic fascinations, and is one of the strangest, saddest, most haunting riddle of the twentieth century: Did she escape the massacre of the Russian Royal family in 1917?

James Blair Lovell's exhaustive search for the truth culminates in the definitive book, the last word on the mystery of Anastasia. Drawn form eyewitness testimony, medical and scientific study, handwriting analysis, and a cache of thousands of documents, letters, paintings, private photographs, and audio tapes, Anastasia: The Lost Princess separates the facts from the myths, and establishes beyond a shadow of a doubt the identity of the real Anastasia. Filled with romance, intrigue, drama, and startling revelation, it is Anna Anderson's true story.

Includes 50 black and white photographs

ITEM #0333
PUBLISHED: 1991
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Excellent!
512 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


EMPRESS ALEXANDRA
by Greg King

English text. Illustrated!

Empress Alexandra was Queen Victoria's grandaughter. She was the last Empress of Russia, wife of Nicholas II. Empress Alexandra draws on many of the Empress' unpublished letters to her sister, Victoria Milford Haven, found at Broadlands, and mass research in the far-flung Russian emigre community; and is enhanced by more than 60 photos, many of which have never before been published. A historical tour de force.

Includes 64 black and white photographs

ITEM #0341
PUBLISHED: 1990
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Excellent!
231 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


LAST YEARS OF THE COURT AT TSARSKOE SELO
2 VOLUME SET
by General Alexandre Spiridovitch

2 Volume Set. English text. Illustrated.

General Alexandre Spiridovitch (1873-1952) served as personal security chief for the Emperor Nicholas II and his family from 1906-1916. He was also responsible for the security of the Imperial residences. Spiridovitch was a pillar of honesty and trust, articulate, and intelligent, loyal to his God, the Tsar and Mother Russia. He was truly a gentleman beyond reproach.

Like a richly painted canvas, Spiridovitch’s memoirs offer the reader a glimpse into the private world of the last tsar of Russia and his family. His personal eye witness accounts reveal details about their day-to-day lives, the Imperial residences, as well as interesting assessments of the men and women at the Russian Court, including the grand dukes and grand duchesses, as well as ministers and other officials.

Volume I cover the years 1906-1910, with 409 pg., and 59 photos.

Volume II cover the years 1910-1914, with 442 pg., and 65 photos.

Originally published in 1928, this is the first English edition, translated from French by Katherine Alexandra Hines.

ITEM #0161
PUBLISHED: 2010-Vol. I & 2017-Vol. II
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
409-Vol. I & 442-Vol. II Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $60.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


TREASURES OF THE CZARS
Exhibition Catalogue

English text. Richly Illustrated!

250 rarely seen precious treasures of the 300-year reign of the Romanov dynasty, from the State Museum of the Moscow Kremlin were presented at the Florida International Museum in St Petersburg, Florida, from January 11 to June 11, 1995. The exhibition featured priceless artifacts of Peter the Great, Catherine the Great and Nicholas II. Virtually everything in the collection made their North American debut in this groundbreaking exhibition.

Includes more than 250 colour photographs + more than a dozen articles by Kremlin historians and experts

ITEM #0232
PUBLISHED: 1995
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
256 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


PAVLOVSK
The Life of a Russian Palace
by Suzanne Massie

English text. Richly Illustrated.

This book by Suzanne Massie, a notable authority on Russian culture, is dedicated to the history of the Palace of Pavlovsk – one of the most splendid palace-and-park ensembles in the environs of St Petersburg. The estate was given by Empress Catherine II as a present to her son Pavel (hence Pavlovsk), the future Emperor Paul I, in 1777.

During the 900-day siege of Leningrad, Pavlovsk, the 18th-century Russian palace, built by Catherine the Great's daughter-in-law, was burned to the ground. This book tells the story of various survivors who carried out the task of restoring the palace to its original splendour.

Includes 116 colour and black and white photographs!

ITEM #0003
PUBLISHED: 1990
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
394 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


GRAND DUCHESS MARIA PAVLOVNA
by Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova

Imported from Russia. English text. Illustrated.

This is the first English-language study of the life of Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (1854-1920). It was published in 2014 to coincide with the 160th anniversary of her birth. She was born Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, she married Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich (1847-1909) in 1874. Known as "Miechen" or "Maria Pavlovna the Elder", she was the mother of Grand Dukes Kirill, Boris and Andrei Vladimirovich and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna.

Russian historians and Romanov experts Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova, have participated in conferences both in Russia and abroad; delivered lectures and written articles on a regular basis on the Romanov dynasty, including nearly 30 articles devoted to the life of Grand Duke Vladimir and Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna.

The authors utilized considerable numbers of archival documents that they collected during many years researching in various archives, both in Russia and abroad for their latest book, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, which includes 20 chapters and more than 300 photographs from archives and private collections—including many previously unseen photographs. The sister-authors’ detailed knowledge of the Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna further enriches this very unique book.

Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova are the co-authors of Russia and Europe – Dynastic Ties (2012), and Empress Maria Feodorovna’s Favorite Residences in Russia and Denmark (2006).

Includes 20 Chapters and 325 Black & White Illustrations!

ITEM #0149
PUBLISHED: 2014
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
168 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE ALEXANDER PALACE
Pages from the History
by Larissa Bardovskaya

First English-language book on the Alexander Palace. Richly illustrated!

This small, but richly illustrated book offers a history of the Alexander Palace and it’s August residents, from Emperor Alexander I to the last residents, Emperor Nicholas II and his family.

The text explores the history of the palace and it’s residents, particularly that of Nicholas II and his family; the post revolutionary period, the Soviet years, post WW2 period, restorations to the present day.

This book is richly illustrated throughout with photographs and illustrations. These include images of the palace and it’s interiors (historic and contemporary), as well as the members of the Russian Imperial family who resided at the Alexander Palace from the beginning of the 18th to early 20th century.

Imported from Russia, this is the first English-language book on the Alexander Palace to be published. The text is written by Larissa Bardovskaya, Chief Curator of the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum Preserve since 1984. She is the author of numerous books on the Romanovs and their palaces at Tsarskoye Selo.

Richly illustrated with 60 photographs - mostly colour!

ITEM #0148
PUBLISHED: 2008
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
34 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $20.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


GOLD IN AZURE
One Thousand Years of Russian Architecture
by William Craft Brumfield

1st US Edition. English text. Richly Illustrated.

'Gold in Azure' is a book of exemplary scholarship, a colourful and comprehensive illustrated history of Russian monumental architecture for both the expert and general reader. It traces the Russian architectural aesthetic from the Byzantine-influenced churches of 10th century Kiev, through the extraordinary transformations ordained by Peter the Great and his Imperial successors.

Brumfield analyzes the design, building materials, and history of a multitude of monumental structures, including Novgorod's Cathedral, the Kremlin Cathedrals of Moscow, plus the Admiralty, and the Winter Palace of St Petersburg. He also explores the development of such architectural styles as Moscow baroque, the early high baroque of St Petersburg, and the neoclassicism that began under Catherine the Great and was in turn succeeded by eclecticism, style moderne, rationalism, among others.

Beautifully illustrated throughout with photographs by the author, many of the monuments never before photographs for western publications, this volume also includes numerous historical engravings and architectural drawings.

Includes 80 colour and nearly 400 black and white photographs!

ITEM #0284
PUBLISHED: 1983
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: EXCELLENT!
429 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
by B. Karpov and I. Ulyanova

Imported from Russia. English text. Richly Illustrated.

This unique volume is the result of a joint Soviet-Finnish publishing venture in 1990. It was the first English language book published in Russia marking the 1000th anniversary of the Russian Orthodox Church. A very rare copy in excellent condition, which features an eleven page introduction in English.

Includes more than 340 colour photographs!

ITEM #0300
PUBLISHED: 1990
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Minor wear on cover, otherwise an excellent copy!
216 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


DECORATIVE ART OF RUSSIA
by Marina Bowater

English text. Richly Illustrated.

The introduction by Marina Bowater provides a quick overview of the history of art in Russia and helps make this book an indispensable book for all amateurs and students of the vast field of decorative arts. The Decorative Arts of Russia has was initially published in 1887 under the title Slavic and Oriental Ornamentation.

Includes 100 colour photographs!

ITEM #0301
PUBLISHED: 1990
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
223 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


TSAR
The Lost World of Nicholas and Alexandra
by Peter Kurth

English text. Richly Illustrated.

This spectacular illustrated history tells the story of the last Romanovs - one of the great tragic love stories of all time - with unparalleled vividness & intimacy. The text, which follows Nicholas & Alexandria from their childhood's to the Siberian cellar where their lives ended, is complemented by rare images from the imperial family's private collections (locked away for decades in Soviet archives, & published here for the first time), as well as by contemporary full-color photographs of the places & palaces the Romanovs knew.

Includes 125 colour and 250 black and white photographs!

ITEM #0288
PUBLISHED: 1998
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
230 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIAN WATERCOLOUR IN THE COLLECTION OF THE HERMITAGE
Import

Imported from Russia. Russian text. Richly Illustrated.

A handsome volume of watercolours from the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, which showcase the palaces, interiors, personalities, and landscapes of 18th and 19th century Russia.

Text is in Russian, but also includes a two page English introduction + all captions are in both Russian and English.

Includes 132 colour illustrations + protective cardboard slipcase!

ITEM #0283
PUBLISHED: 1988
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: EXCELLENT!
175 pages
Language: Russian / English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MOSCOW
Splendours of the Romanovs
by Brigitte De Montclos

English text. Richly Illustrated.

A lavishly illustrated survey of the Romanovs’ era which symbolizes almost three centuries of Russian artistic riches. "The Romanov dynasty reigned over Russia for three hundred years. Every sovereign was crowned in the cathedral of the Kremlin. The coronation ceremonies were used to return the former capital to the lustre it had lost to Saint Petersburg. This exhibition catalogue rediscovers a Moscow that is frequently overlooked by visitors and, through the works of art embodying the dynasty, reveals the reign of the Romanovs." —Brigitte de Montclos.

Between 1820 and 1860, Moscow saw the blossoming of Russian literature, music, painting, architecture, and the minor arts, leading to the famous pan-Russian exhibition of 1882. During these years the imperial family, and subsequently the grand families surrounding the Tsar, commissioned works from such celebrated manufacturers as Baccarat, Cartier, and Fabergé. The beauty and soul of the objects presented here re-create a genuine Russian atmosphere evoking the ceremony of the Orthodox liturgy, the splendors of court life, the magnificence of the interiors of the palaces in which the imperial family resided, and the international influence of Moscow, which became a hub of modern art and Constructivism in the first years of the twentieth century.

The extraordinary photographic archive belonging to the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne and the film archive from the Russian Federation at Krasnogorsk plunge the reader into the intimate circle of Tsar Nicolas II, the last of the Romanovs, and his family.

Includes 232 colour / black & white photographs!

ITEM #0025
PUBLISHED: 2009
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
304 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


OLD TBILISI
by Tamaz Gersamia

English/Russian/Georgian text. Richly Illustrated.

This is the first photo-chronicle book of Tbilisi at the turn of the 19th/20th century. The city intrigued everyone by its sparkling picturesqueness, manifested both in outlook and mode of life.

The earliest photos of the city date back to the 1850s. They tell us of the streets, squares, houses, churches, government buildings which no longer exist. They bring to us important events in the life of the town, show representatives of various social strata, acquaint us with Tbilisi of the folklore level, its bazaar, trade and artisans' shops. Included also is the public life and culture of Tbilisi.

Introduction, captions, and annotated bibliography are in English/Russian, and Georgian. Includes more than 250 illustrations - mostly black and white. This handsome volume comes in a protective slipcase.

ITEM #0259
PUBLISHED: 1984
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: EXCELLENT!
277 pages
Language: English/Russian/Georgian
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RED FORTRESS
History and Illusion in the Kremlin
by Catherine Merridale

1st US Edition. English text. Illustrated.

The Kremlin is the heart of the Russian state, its very name a byword for enduring power. From Ivan the Terrible to Vladimir Putin, generations of Russian leaders have sought to use the Kremlin to legitimize their vision of statehood. To this day, its red stars and golden crosses blazing side by side, the Kremlin fulfills a centuries-old role: linking the country's present to its distant past and proclaiming the eternal continuity of the Russian state.

Drawing on a dazzling array of sources from unseen archives and rare collections, renowned historian Catherine Merridale traces the full history of this enigmatic compound of palaces and cathedrals, whose blood-red walls have witnessed more than eight hundred years of political drama and extraordinary violence. And with the Kremlin as a unique lens, Red Fortress brings into focus the evolution of Russia's culture and the meaning of its politics.

Includes 32 colour / black & white photographs!

ITEM #0101
PUBLISHED: 2013
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: EXCELLENT!
505 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ST PETERSBURG
A Cultural History
by Solomon Volkov

English text. Illustrated!

In this extremely detailed cultural history of St. Petersburg, Volkov succeeds in filling what he sees as a deficiency in histories written about the world's great cities. And by exploring St Petersburg's cultural history, Volkov has also written a history of Russia over the past three centuries. The book focuses mainly on literature, music, theater, and ballet. And in doing so, Volkov shows how the arts in St. Petersburg affected all of Russia and in turn, at least during the pre-Soviet period, the rest of Europe and then affected the United States later on during the Soviet period.

Illustrated with 60 black and white photos!

ITEM #0271
PUBLISHED: 1995
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Very good!
598 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


A SENSE OF PLACE
Tsarskoe Selo and its Poets
Edited by Lev Loseff and Barry Scherr

English text. Illustrated!

A Sense of Place contains papers, from a conference dedicated to Akhmatova's centennial, which focus not on her poetry by itself, but on the place where she spent her formative years, Tsarskoe Selo, and on the poetic tradition that was connected with the town.

By Akhmatova's day Tsarskoe Selo was fraught with connotations: it was, thanks to Pushkin and the other poets who had attended the lycee, in a sense the birthplace of modern Russian literature, at the same time that its formal layout and striking architecture created an ambience of their own. Around the turn of the century an entire cluster of poets became closely associated with the town, including Innokenty Annensky, Nikolai Gumilev, and Vasily Komarovsky.

The contributions to the conference, taken as a group, comprise an exploration of what might be termed the poetics of Tsarskoe Selo. Some papers examine the effect of the town on Akhmatova's poetry or on that of her contemporaries, others look at the relationship among the writers who lived there and who formed a kind of Russian Bloomsbury, and still others focus on the sculpture and landscaping of Tsarskoe Selo, which in turn had a great effect on the poetry.

In short, the collection, taking an interdisciplinary approach, attempts to define what might be termed a "Tsarskoe Selo style." A recognition of that style not only provides insights into the writings (and lives) of this particular set of poets, but it can also help lead to an understanding of the ways in which other locals have interacted with and influenced various schools of literature.

ITEM #0272
PUBLISHED: 1992
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: Crease on back cover, otherwise a very good copy
368 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


петр великий
PETER THE GREAT
by Yuri Ovcyennikov

Imported from Russia. Russian text. Illustrated!

Peter defined the character of the new Russia. The author tells in detail about the difficult childhood of Peter, about his youth, and his later years, when he showed himself to be a wise statesman. The book also tells about his personal life, about the relationships with women, like-minded people and opponents.

A richly illustrated pictorial on the life of Peter the Great, with colour / black and white photos!

ITEM #0280
PUBLISHED: 2001
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
238 pages
Language: Russian
PRICE: $30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE REAL ROMANOVS
As Revealed by the Late Tsar’s Physician and His Son
by Gleb Botkin

Reprint of the original edition published in 1931

Gleb Botkin was born in Finland in 1900. He was the youngest son of Dr. Eugene Botkin, who, in 1908, was appointed personal physician to the Russian Emperor, Nicholas II. During the ten years that followed, Dr. Botkin lived under the white light which beat about the throne of the Tsar of all the Russias, at Tsarskoye Selo; witnessed the stormy scenes of the Revolution, and shared with his father and the ill-fated Romanovs the darkening days of Siberian exile, which terminated at Ekaterinburg, 17 July, 1918, amid a scene of blood and horror, in which the Tsar, his immediate family and attendants, and Dr. Botkin perished. Escaping from Soviet Russia by way of Japan, Gleb Botkin came to America in 1922, where he lived until his death in 1969.

The Real Romanovs is a highly favorable portrayal of Nicholas II and his relationship with his family, and a detailed discussion of the arrest, incarceration, and execution of the Romanovs. The author also gives special attention to the theory that Grand Duchess Anastasia was not among the members of the Imperial Family who were murdered at Ekaterinburg in 1918.

Illustrated with 20 black & white photos!

ITEM #0346
PUBLISHED: 1990s
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
336 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THIRTEEN YEARS AT THE RUSSIAN COURT
by Pierre Gilliard

Reprint of the original edition published in 1921

In September 1920, Pierra Gilliard wrote: "after staying three years in Siberia, I was able to return to Europe. My mind was still full of the poignant drama with which I had been closely associated, but I was also still deeply impressed by the wonderful serenity and flaming faith of those who had been its victims. Cut off from communication with the rest of the world for many months, I was unfamiliar with recent publications on the subject of the Tsar Nicholas II and his family. I was not slow to discover that though some of these works revealed a painful anxiety for accuracy and their authors endeavoured to rely on serious records (although the information they gave was often erroneous or incomplete so far as the Imperial family was concerned), the majority of them were simply a tissue of absurdities and falsehoods - in other words, vulgar outpourings exploiting the most unworthy calumnies.

"I was simply appalled to read some of them. But my indignation was far greater when I realised to my amazement that they had been accepted by the general public.

"To rehabilitate the moral character of the Russian sovereigns was a duty - a duty called for by honesty and justice. I decided at once to attempt the task.

"What I, am endeavouring to describe is the drama of a lifetime, a drama I (at first) suspected under the brilliant exterior of a magnificent Court, and then realised personally during our captivity when circumstances brought me into intimate contact with the sovereigns. The Ekaterinburg drama was, in fact, nothing but the fulfillment of a remorseless destiny, the climax of one of the most moving tragedies humanity has known. In the following pages I shall try to show its nature and to trace its melancholy stages.

"There were few who suspected this secret sorrow, yet it was Of vital importance from a historical point of view. The illness of the Tsarevitch cast its shadow over the whole of the concluding period of the Tsar Nicholas II's reign and alone can explain it. Without appearing to be, it was one of the main causes of his fall, for it made possible the phenomenon of Rasputin and resulted in the fatal isolation of the sovereigns who lived in a world apart, wholly absorbed in a tragic anxiety which had to be concealed from all eyes.

"In this book I have endeavoured to bring Nicholas II and his family back to life. My aim is to be absolutely impartial and to preserve complete independence of mind in describing the events of which I have been an eyewitness. It may be that in my search for truth I have presented their political enemies with new weapons against them, but I greatly hope that this book will reveal them as they really were, for it was not the glamour of their Imperial dignity which drew me to them, but their nobility of mind and the wonderful moral grandeur they displayed through all their sufferings."

Illustrated with 56 black & white photos!

ITEM #0260
PUBLISHED: 1990s
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
304 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIA'S RULERS UNDER THE OLD REGIME
by Dominic Lieven

English text. Illustrated.

Who were the members of the Russian ruling elite during the reign of the last Tsar before the Revolution? How did high-level politics operate in Imperial Russia's last years? In this highly original book, Dominic Lieven probes deeply into the lives of the 215 men appointed by Nicholas II to the State Council, which contained all important members of the Russian governmental system of that era.

Basing his research on previously untouched Soviet archival sources, Dominic Lieven describes the social, ethnic, educational, and career backgrounds of these men, and he explores how their mentalities were shaped, what their political views were, and how their attitudes and opinions were influenced by their differing backgrounds and careers. Lieven looks not only forward to the causes of the collapse of the old regime but, in his introductory chapter, backward as well, tracing the history of the Russian ruling elite from its earliest origins and making comparisons with the ruling elite of other societies. His conclusions about the resilience of the old aristocratic Russian families and the operation of their self-protective, career-advancing network are striking and original.

Lieven's book serves many purposes. It tells us a great deal about the balance of power between the bureaucrats and their monarchs, it brings to life the members of the last ruling elite, and it reveals interesting information about the role and personality of the Emperor Nicholas II. By making regular comparisons with aristocratic elites elsewhere, it sets the Russian experience in a broader European context. And by looking at Russia's problems through the eyes of its ruling aristocracy, it enables us to understand a good deal that is otherwise incomprehensible about the coming of the Russian Revolution.

Includes 36 black & white illustrations.

ITEM #0203
PUBLISHED: 1990
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
406 Pages
Language: English & Russian
PRICE: $30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


GRAND DUCHESS ELIZABETH OF RUSSIA
New Martyr of the Communist Yoke
by Lubov Millar

New Expanded Edition. English text. Hard cover. Richly Illustrated.

"No woman has been more noble, none has left so strong an imprint of her personality on the blood-soaked pages of Russian history" - Grand Duke Alexander Michailovich

The strikingly beautiful granddaughter of Queen Victoria, Grand Duchess Elizabeth married Grand Duke Serge Alexandrovich, governor of Moscow and uncle to Tsar Nicholas II. Her life in Imperial Russia began in a whirlwind of dazzling social engagements, a world soon eclipsed by war, the assassination of her husband and the gathering storm of revolution.

Consciously adopting the Orthodox Faith, she thoroughly dedicated herself to fulfilling the Great Commandment of Love nursing the sick, rescuing children from Moscow's slums, establishing the Martha-Mary Convent of Mercy—and thereby attained sanctity even before receiving a martyr's crown.

Originally published in 1990, Lubov Millar's biography, the most extensive to date, brings together a wealth of source materials, including never before published letters by the Grand Duchess and more than 100 pages of photographs, to illumine the life of this extraordinary spiritual heroine and the turbulent times in which she lived.

Richly illustrated with 180 Black and white photographs!

ITEM #0146
PUBLISHED: 2009
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
388 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


IMPERIAL SCHÖNBRUNN
The Palace and Gardens
by Ernst Hausner

Imported from Austria. English text. Richly Illustrated!

This richly illustrated photo-album celebrates the history of this beautiful palace, parks and gardens. The book is divided into sections: The Baroque Period; Palaces and Parks; The History; Palace, State Rooms; Park, Zoo; Other Attractions; and Notes.

This book contains 333 colour photographs. The picture section comprises 234 views of Schonbrunn, including two two-page spreads, and two three-page spreads.

This gorgeous volume includes a lovely gold coloured slipcase, of unique design (not shown in above photo).

ITEM #0337
PUBLISHED: 2000
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
120 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


QUELEZ
The Palace and Gardens
by Maria Ines Ferro

English text. Richly Illustrated!

Few buildings capture the splendor of Portugal's royal past as well as the enchanting palace and gardens of Queluz. Designed by architect Jean Baptiste Robillion in the French Rococo style during the second half of the eighteenth century the palace and gardens quickly became the royal family's favorite summer residence.The book opens with a survey of the history and origins of the palace, and continues with a lavishly illustrated tour of the principal enfilade of rooms. Particular attention throughout is devoted to the architecture, the decoration and furnishings, all of which were carefully designed to create a sense of stylistic harmony.

In studying the architecture and development of the formal gardens, this unique book highlights Robillion's other principal achievement at Queluz: his use of classical statues, lakes and fountains, and carefully contrived vistas to create a mythological route of discovery abounding with antique gods and heroes.

The author Maria Ines Ferro is the former director of the Quelez Palace.

Includes more than 130 colour photographs.

ITEM #0344
PUBLISHED: 2009
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
128 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


TWILIGHT OF EMPIRE
The Tragedy at Mayerling and the End of the Habsburgs
by Greg King & Penny Wilson

1st US Edition. English text. Illustrated!

On a snowy January morning in 1889, a worried servant hacked open a locked door at the remote hunting lodge deep in the Vienna Woods. Inside, he found two bodies sprawled on an ornate bed, blood oozing from their mouths. Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary appeared to have shot his seventeen-year-old mistress Baroness Mary Vetsera as she slept, sat with the corpse for hours and, when dawn broke, turned the pistol on himself.

A century has transformed this bloody scene into romantic tragedy: star-crossed lovers who preferred death together than to be parted by a cold, unfeeling Viennese Court. But Mayerling is also the story of family secrets: incestuous relationships and mental instability; blackmail, venereal disease, and political treason; and a disillusioned, morphine-addicted Crown Prince and a naive schoolgirl caught up in a dangerous and deadly waltz inside a decaying empire. What happened in that locked room remains one of history's most evocative mysteries: What led Rudolf and mistress to this desperate act? Was it really a suicide pact? Or did something far more disturbing take place at that remote hunting lodge and result in murder?

Drawing interviews with members of the Habsburg family and archival sources in Vienna, Greg King and Penny Wilson reconstruct this historical mystery, laying out evidence and information long ignored that conclusively refutes the romantic myth and the conspiracy stories.

Illustrated with 30 black & white photos.

ITEM #0345
PUBLISHED: 2017
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
331 pages
Language: English
PRICE: $35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


NAPOLEON & JOSEPHINE
An Improbable Marriage
by Evangeline Bruce

1st UK Edition. English text. Illustrated.

Set against the pomp and splendor of prerevolutionary France, Napoleon and Josephine is an enthralling tale of desire, betrayal, and ambition. It chronicles Napoleon's rise to power and ascent to the imperial throne; the first meeting between Napoleon and Josephine; and the subsequent stormy marriage and Josephine's inability to produce an heir, their divorce...and wrenching separation.Drawn from the lovers' private letters and journals, this biography brings to life a tumultuous era and two of history's most fascinating people in a story so compelling, romantic, and compulsively readable it could be fiction.

Illustrated with 46 black & white photos.

ITEM #0308
PUBLISHED: 1995
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Small tear on dust jacket, otherwise an excellent copy!
555 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $40.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


KING ALBERT'S BOOK
Published by 'The Daily Telegraph' 1914

1st Edition. English text. Illustrated.

Published in 1914, this is a rare 1st edition of King Albert's Book - A Tribute to the Belgian King and People from Representative Men and Women Throughout the World sold for the benefit of The Daily Telegraph Belgium Fund.

Includes work by G. K. Chesterton, Winston Churchill, John Galsworthy, Thomas Hardy, W. D. Howells, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Alfred Noyes, President Taft, and Edith Wharton and many more. The book also includes musical scores by Claude Debussy, Edward Elgar and many more.

Beautifully illustrated throughout with colour tipped plates & numerous illustrations, some full colour, many full page. Artists include Edmund Dulac, Kay Nielsen, Maxfield Parrish, Joseph Pennell, and Arthur Rackham & many more.

Illustrated with 16 colour plates / additional black & white photos.

ITEM #0306
PUBLISHED: 1914
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Some age toning on pages, but still a good, solid copy!
188 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ELISABETH
Bilder ihres Lebens
by Johannes Thiele

Imported from Austria. German text. Richly Illustrated.

Johannes Thiele has compiled this wonderful pictorial about Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898), in which one gets to know the other side of this fascinating woman. Many portraits and photos alternate with landscapes and impressions of the time around 1837-1898. In addition, the reader finds many previously unknown photos and pictures of the Empress. A true treasure chest for "Sissi" fans!

Includes more than 370 colour / black & white photographs.

ITEM #0197
PUBLISHED: 2001
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
208 Pages
Language: German
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ELISABETH
Prinzessin in Bayern, Kaiserin von Österreich, Königin von Ungarn
by Gerda Mraz & Ulla Fischer-Westhauser

Imported from Austria. German text. Richly Illustrated.

A richly illustrated pictorial on the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898). This volume presents a rich collection of photographs of Sissi from archival sources and private family collections.

Includes more than black & white / sepia colour photographs.

ITEM #0201
PUBLISHED: 1998
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
160 Pages
Language: German
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


AUF DEN SPUREN VON SISSI
Erinnerungen zum 100. Todestag
by Jean des Cars

Imported from Austria. German text. Richly Illustrated.

*GERMAN EDITION*

This book is reminiscent of the famous Empress and Queen, whose death shocked the entire world more than 100 years ago. Thanks to the support of the descendants of the Empress as well as some museums and institutions, this book offers exceptional information and impressive images.

Both the heirs of Sissi, as well as private individuals and authorities, reveal previously inaccessible treasures and secrets.

Unique representations of the Palaces in Vienna and Budapest, pictures from photo albums as well as excerpts from personal diaries give the reader a unique insight into the life of Elizabeth of Austria.

Includes 230 colour / black & white photographs.

ITEM #0200
PUBLISHED: 1989
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
128 Pages
Language: German
PRICE: $40.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MARIE 1865-1909
A French Princess in Denmark
by Inger-Lise Klausen and Ted Rosvall

English text. Richly Illustrated.

An unusual Princess, Marie of Orléans married into the Danish Royal Family and became the sister-in-law of Europe. Her husband, Prince Valdemar, was the brother of Queen Alexandra of England, Empress Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar) of Russia, King Frederik VIII of Denmark, King Georg I of Greece and of Thyra, would-be Queen of Hanover. Unique pictures of an almost forgotten Princess and an interesting text, which involves a lot of Danish, European and Asian history. The short life of a gift, impulsive and independent Princess.

Illustrated with 140 Black and white photos!

ITEM #E003
PUBLISHED:2012
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
144 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THERE ARE STILL KINGS
The Ten Royal Families of Europe
by Laure Boulay and Francoise Jaudel

1st US Edition. English text. Illustrated.

Based on intensive research, journalists Laure Boulay and Francoise Jaudel offer a highly entertaining, informative account of the past history and present lives of the reigning families of Great Britain, Monaco, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein.

Factual, gossipy, anecdotal, and often irreverent, this book is an absorbing portrait of the real people behind the public image of glamour, opulence, and enormous wealth. From glittering, bejeweled ceremonials to cozy evenings at home, from holidays at country villas to hard work and official responsibilities, from illustrious ancestors to the children who will one day inherit the crowns, There Are Still Kings is an intimate, penetrating behind-the-palace-gates look at royalty in todays fast-changing world.

Includes 57 black & white photographs.

ITEM #0238
PUBLISHED: 1984
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Excellent!
277 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE STORY OF THE CORONATION 1937
Edited by Sir John Hammerton

English text. Richly Illustrated.

A complete historical and descriptive record of the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937.

This exceptional volume is divided into 12 sections, and 32 chapters.

Includes 330 black & white photographs and 6 colour art plates

ITEM #0318
PUBLISHED: 1937
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Wear and stain on cover, inscription on inside front page, otherwise a good, sturdy copy!
384 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MOBILIER OBJETS D'ART
23 Novembre 2016
COUTAU-BEGARIE.

French text. Richly Illustrated.

More than 300 items offered in this richly illustrated catalogue includes paintings, porcelain, furniture and more of the 18th and 19th century.

Illustrated with more than 300 colour photos!

ITEM #0079
PUBLISHED: 2016
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
160 Pages
Language: French
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


CHASSE MOBILIER OBJETS D'ART
27 Mai 2016
OLIVIER COUTAU-BEGARIE.

French text. Richly Illustrated.

More than 300 items offered in this richly illustrated catalogue includes paintings, miniatures, sculpture, porcelain, furniture and more of the 18th and 19th century.

Illustrated with more than 360 colour photos!

ITEM #0080
PUBLISHED: 2016
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
208 Pages
Language: French
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance