Lirica Mexicana

Fine leather binding, inscribed at the Cafe Maria Cristina, Madrid, 1928 for the Fiesta de la Raza




Jimenez & Molina, Madrid, 1919
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Printing Details

First edition, rebound in beautiful patterned leather boards, the spine with titling and gilt floral decoration. Original card covers bound in. Spanish text. 19 × 12.5cm, 327pp.

Full title: Lirica Mexicana: Antologia Publicada por La Legacion de Mexio con Motivo de la Fiesta de la Raza.12 de Octubre de 1919.

This copy has been signed by Mexican writer Ruben Salido Orcillo, "Para mi ? amigo Aurelio Garzon com todo el afecto de un Mexicano, Ruben Salido Orcillo, Madrid, 1928 en il Cafe Maria Cristina"

A collection of Mexican poetry from the eighteenth century to the (then) present day, published to celebrate the Fiesta de Raza (The Day of Race) which remembers the discovery of America by Columbus in 1492. The inscription in the book is from 1928, which was the year the fiesta was first officially recognised.


This copy is in very good condition. The pages are clean and the binding is tight. There is some light rubbing to the edges but otherwise the leather is in good order too.



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