Cu-Cut! Vol. I, no. 1 (2 January 1902) through Vol. XI, no. 518 (25 April 1912) (all published)
A complete run, bound in 11 variously paginated volumes, of the Catalan satirical journal devoted to the arts, politics, social issues, etc., with contributions by a wide range of cultural figures, presenting articles, verse, reviews, and thousands of illustrations after drawings, mostly caricatures and satirical images (many in color), by noted artists, several supplements bound in. 4to. Bound in leather-backed boards, Vol. I with original publisher's decorated boards, orig. wrpps. covers bound in, spines rubbed, some minor soiling to boards. Barcelona (Marian Galve) 1902-1912. Lacking additional supplements. The rare periodical provides valuable insight into Catalan society at the beginning of the 20th century, and Catalonia's relationship with the central government in Spain. At times, the Spanish government tried to suppress its publication, citing its satirically subversive nature, and in fact, an issue of a related publication, "Garba", was published as an attempt to disguise Cu-Cut, and it in turn was banned. Very rarely is this serial found complete. (Inventory #: 41903)
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