Large square 8vo, pp. 51, , with 7 full-page colour illustrations by José Moreno Villa; light waterstain to lower edge of the title, but still a very good copy in the original printed wrappers.
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First edition, one of 300 copies on papel Manchester Ledger.
With a signed presentation inscription on the half-title to the Cuban symbolist poet Armand Godoy (1880–1964): ‘Este libro, al fin, salió muy humilde pero no va con menos gusto en busca del querido poeta Armando Godoy. Alfonso Reyes’.
Not in the British Library catalogue.
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