Early this January, Stepan received a package from a Dutch bookseller, from whom he had already bought some stuff related to Soviet ex libris. This time, the package contained a gift — an invitation to visit a Soviet antique books shops in Moscow and Leningrad. What’s even more interesting, this invitation was printed in English, German, and French.
This made us start an investigation to find when this invitation was printed and what’s the story behind it. We are ready to share some of our findings with you during our regular live stream
Besides that, Pavel recently visited some more exhibitions. And we prepared some bookish news to discuss as well.
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