Russie d'Aujourd'hui. Russia Today. Organ of the Association of Friends of the Soviet Union. 63 issues from 1933 (including first issue) through 1939. Journal of French origin in the French language. Large format (14 x 10 1/2") and the most lavish of the domestically published Soviet journals. Articles covering all the contemporary events, issues and personalities from the Soviet Union, replete with photo illustrations throughout. 16 pp. $3,750 for the group.
Leningradskie tekstilya. Leningrad textiles. Organ of the Leningrad regional branch of the Union of Textile Workers. The magazine was published from 1926-1930 in large format 12 x 10-1/2". In this group, there are 32 issues in 38 numbers. $2,250.
Spartak. Published in Leningrad from May, 1924 to August, 1932. Offered here is a run of 42 issues (48 numbers). This magazine was superseded on August 24, 1932 with a new, newspaper format of the same title. Issues measure 11 x 8". $3,750 for the group.
Stenberg Brothers. Sversky, A. I. The Complete Works of A.I. Sversky, 1865-1942, a relatively minor Russian prose writer. Here are six (6) of the ten (10) volumes in the group (nos. 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 10). Each cover is a unique, multi-color graphic by the Stenberg Brothers, and each is a dramatic “mini-poster graphic” in its own right. ZIF. Moscow-Leningrad. 1928-1930. 7-3/4 x 5-3/4”. $3,750 for the group. 
Samolet. Airplane. A popular science magazine first published in August, 1923 in Moscow. Available here are 8 issues in 9 numbers from the year 1925. The issues measure 13-3/4 x 10-1/2"and were printed on heavy paper. Published by ODVF SSSR. More than 70 photographs in each issue shows the development of aeronautics and plane building. The editorial team conducted an active correspondence with engineers, professionals and enthusiasts. $1,500 for the group.