Hans Meschendorfer. Sigerus, Emil. Folk Cross-Stitch Design: 195 Enchanting Patterns in Colour with an Illustrated Introduction to Their Origin and the Role of the Mediaeval Saxon Colonists of Transylvania. Kiewe, Heinz Edgar. Munich: Hans Meschendorfer, 1964. 40 plates, 14pp. Illustrated. Folio. Signed by author. Book condition: Very good with front board bowed and faint soiling, wraps have two tiny stains on front near spine fold, and first few plates have a light bump to bottom left corner. Includes two loose leaves illustrated with promotional material, as well as a bag containing a press release for a British Embroidery Exhibition in 1966, promotions for other books, and three textile sample cards signed by H.E. Kiewe. Wrap is signed and dated by Heinz Edgar Kiewe in green marker on last leaf. . Very Good. 1964. (Inventory #: RSIGFOL00MEL)
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