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an old poster with a man riding a large lizard on it's back and another man holding a skateboard
New Spectator Novyi Zritel #20 1926
Original vintage weekly magazine "Novy Zritel'" ["The New Spectator"], dated 18 May 1926, printed in a run of 8000 copies and published in Moscow. The publication contains essays and reviews from all-Moscow theatres. Occasional short literature-related texts are also included, as are numerous photographs and satirical drawings. This issue particularly celebrates the Theatre of Satire. The playbill includes upcoming performances in Moscow theatres and cinemas, as well as librettos.
an old book with some type of typogramic design on it's cover
Sanitary Equipment Sanitarnaja Tehnika 5-6 1932
Original vintage Soviet Magazine Sanitary Equipment / Sanitarnaya Tehnika, No 5-6 May-June 1932 published by Gosstroyizdat, was a scientific and technical journal of the All-Union Scientific Engineering and Technical Institute of Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering. The cover features white and blue combination of title letters set over light background. The issue covers topics of water supply, sewerage, sanitation, exchange of experience, and foreign laboratory experiments, with formulae, tables, and technical drawings.
the logo for maypad is shown in silver
Maybach Typ SW 38
Original vintage advertising folder for the Maybach Typ SW 38. The green folder contains a booklet, printed in German, which gives information on the engine, design and car specs. The booklet also contains 7 separate prints by Schneider, with images of a Pullman limousine, a Landaulet and a Tauren Cabrio, some with sketches of the car interiors. The first Maybach W3 was introduced in 1921; although it was considered the pinnacle of engineering, the models were very large, expensive, and normally required a chauffeur. The smaller SW-38, introduced in 1936, offered a lighter, more agile and more accessible version of Maybach's outstanding engineering, capable of reaching speeds of almost 100mph.
a man standing on top of a tall pole in front of a ship with red flags
Red Field Krasnaya Niva #13 1930
Original vintage Soviet magazine Red Field, issue number 13, 1930. First published in 1922 by the Central Executive Committee of the Soviet Union. onstructivist cover has an original illustration entitled "Kronshtadt Raid" done by K Vyalov. This issue's artwork includes photographs of V Mayakovsky by A Rodchenko for the article dedicated to the death of the poet, illustrations by A Frents for the article "Yesterday's Enemy", photographs by E Yavno for the article "On the Selmarchstroy", illustrations by A Pegansov for the article "With the Knigonosha's Bag".
an old book with two black trains on the front and one yellow train on the back
Thirty Days 30 Tridtsat Dney #4 1931
Original vintage Soviet Constructivist magazine Thirty Days 30 Tridtsat Dney #4 1931. Published by The State Publishing House of Fiction (GIHL) in Moscow, typed and printed in the printing house Pravda. Monthly periodical on social, political and cultural topics in the USSR and worldwide, published in Moscow from 1925 to June 1941. Cover by Stenberg Brothers and drawings inside by F. Bogorodsky, K. Rotov, photos by V. Lesin. The contents include articles on Maxim Gorky, childhood of Vladimir Mayakovsky, the satirical novel by I. Ilf and E. Petrov " The Little Golden Calf", verses by A. Surkov, Kuznetsk Basin, aeronautics and aviation, books reviews.
Original vintage magazine Theatrical Decade Teatralnaya Dekada #12- 13 May 1934. The Soviet magazine, published in Moscow in 1934-37 and dedicated to new plays reviews, theatres, and famous actors. The cover features a photograph of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow with the inscription Art to the Workers. The issue includes articles about John Dos Passos, an American novelist, and his plays; Difficult Days by Alexander Ostrovsky, a Russian playwright; the competition for the best plays; the anniversary of theatrical artists Y. Lepkovsky; the play Mazepa; the reviews of different plays, theatre libretto, accompanied by photographs and drawings by A. Shabad. Play, Playwright, Art Deco, Bolshoi Theatre, Theatrical
Theatrical Decade Teatralnaya Dekada #12-13 1934
Original vintage magazine Theatrical Decade Teatralnaya Dekada #12- 13 May 1934. The Soviet magazine, published in Moscow in 1934-37 and dedicated to new plays reviews, theatres, and famous actors. The cover features a photograph of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow with the inscription Art to the Workers. The issue includes articles about John Dos Passos, an American novelist, and his plays; Difficult Days by Alexander Ostrovsky, a Russian playwright; the competition for the best plays; the anniversary of theatrical artists Y. Lepkovsky; the play Mazepa; the reviews of different plays, theatre libretto, accompanied by photographs and drawings by A. Shabad.
an old poster with a clock tower in the background that says italie voyage
Italie Voyages 7 1935
Original vintage magazine Italie Voyages Monthly Tourist Review by ENIT and State Railways published in French / Revue Touristique Mensuelle de l'ENIT et des Chemins de fer de l'Etat, May 1935 XIII, 3rd Year Number 7. The cover features the painting of a tower from a medieval Italian town on green background with orange and blue design lettering. The volume includes articles about Florentine Musical May, a festival in Florence and historical football Calcio in Florence with photographs of views of the city and players in traditional costumes; an exhibition of Correggio in Parma and an exhibition of Titian in Venice featuring Saint Christopher painting; article about Trieste with photographs of views of the city, full page photomontage map of Italian airline air routes.
an old russian newspaper with a man playing the trumpet
Prozhektor #20 1928
Original vintage Issue #20 (138) of Prozhektor, a Soviet illustrated literary and satirical magazine, dated 13 May 1928. Prozhektor was published as a supplement to Pravda newspaper from 1923 to 1935. This issue includes artwork by K Rotov, A Kanevsky, N Peterson, N Sokolov, A Goncharov, D Sterenberg, N Denisovsky, A Radakov, A Deyneka, T Gainer, and A Kazmin. Features photos of Shanghai, Mexico, celebrations of International Solidarity on May 1 in Moscow and the Reichstag. Articles include 'Revolutionary Technology' and 'How do Circus Performers Work?'.
an old russian book with the cover showing a bridge and boat on it's side
Science and Technology Nauka i Tehnika #25-26 1931
Original vintage Soviet constructivist magazine Science and Technology Nauka i Tehnika #25-26 May 1931. Nauka i Tehnika was a monthly magazine on scientific and technical breakthroughs in the USSR. The cover features a drawing of the largest drawbridge across the Delaware River, connecting Burlington to Bristol in the United States. Construction of the bridge started on April 1, 1930, and the bridge opened to traffic on May 2, 1931. The issue includes articles about drawbridges in Leningrad; the fire of an oil gusher in Maikop, Republic of Adygea in Russia; determination of cloud heights using a searchlight; transportation of a hydroelectric generator for the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station.
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Smehach #19 May 1927
Original antique magazine Smehach / Laugher #19 May 1927, a weekly Soviet literary and art illustrated satirical magazine, published in Moscow and Leningrad from February 1924. The cover features a drawing of a bombing by Yuliy Ganf (1898-1973), a Soviet and Russian graphic artist, a People's Artist of the USSR, known for his satirical cartoons. The back cover features a caricature by Konstantin Rotov (1902-1959), a Soviet graphic artist, cartoonist, illustrator. Includes articles criticizing the political situation, illustrated with drawings by B. Malakhovsky, N. Radlov, A. Radakov, B. Antonovsky, M. Cheremnykh.
an old russian magazine cover with factory buildings
Science and Technology Nauka i Tehnika #26 1930
Original vintage Soviet constructivist magazine Science and Technology Nauka i Tehnika #26 May 1930. Nauka i Tehnika was a monthly magazine on scientific and technical breakthroughs in the USSR. The cover features a drawing of a factory named after the October Revolution, Azneft, The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic. The issue includes articles about Kondopoga paper and pulp mill founded in 1923 in in the Republic of Karelia, Russia; Soviet Volkhovstroy turbine; textile production; subsidiary farms; flying tanks; fur farming, and other.
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News & Events
We look forward to welcoming you to our stand at Firsts London this weekend! https://www.antikbar.co.uk/news_and_events/detail/?nId=300 Book your complimentary #FirstsLondon ticket at https://firsts.artsvp.com/649b5e?link=antikbar Open today 11am-8pm, Saturday 18 May 11am-6pm and Sunday 19 May 11am-5pm at the Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square, London SW3 4RY
an old book with pictures of people dressed in different costumes and hats, including one man holding a cane
Dekada Moskovskikh Zrelisch 1940 #14
Original vintage magazine Dekada moskovskikh zrelisch / The Decade of Moscow Shows, dated 11 May 1940, that celebrates the artistic production of Leningrad and Moscow theatres. The issue focuses on the tours Leningrad theatres had to Moscow, and their resonance. It also includes the repertoire of the contemporary shows in Moscow (as of May 1940). The back cover advertises the newly-opened cocktail hall in the "Moscow" hotel.
an advertisement for the russian theater's production
New Spectator Novyi Zritel #21 1926
Original vintage weekly magazine "Novyi Zritel'" ["The New Spectator"], dated 25 May 1926, printed in a run of 7000 copies and published in Moscow. The publication contains essays and reviews from all-Moscow theatres. Occasional short literature-related texts are also included, as are numerous photographs and satirical drawings. The playbill includes upcoming performances in Moscow theatres and cinemas, as well as librettos.
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Intourist Travel Collection including Posters, Brochures, Luggage Labels etc.
In The News: pick up a copy of this week's Antiques Trade Gazette to read all about original vintage art exhibition posters + our Intourist collection of 521 travel posters, magazines, brochures and luggage labels https://www.antiquestradegazette.com/print-edition/2024/may/2643/ More info: https://www.antikbar.co.uk/foreign_tourism_to_the_ussr_19291980s_intourist_collection/ + Firsts London fair info and tickets (17-19 May): https://www.antikbar.co.uk/news_and_events/detail/?nId=300 Featured exhibition posters: • Picasso (1968) https://www.antikbar.co.uk/original_vintage_posters/advertising_posters/picasso_drawings_galerie_louise_leiris/PA3358/ • Farbe (1928) https://www.antikbar.co.uk/original_vintage_posters/advertising_posters/farbe_exhibition_campendonk_kandinsky_picasso/PA1560/