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10th Sokol festival postcard 1938

Postcard commemorating the 10th Sokol festival in Prague. Year: 1938 Artist: Karel Minář Publisher: Česká obec sokolská (ČOS) Source: Dieuwertje Tromp

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Photographic postcard Avion cooperative block, Bratislava 1930-1

Photographic postcard of the Avion residential and commercial block in Bratislava. Year: 1930-31 Architect: Josef Marek Source: Rafael Cazorla

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Photographic postcard Green Frog Thermal Bath, Trenčianske Teplice 1936-7

Photographic postcard of the Green Frog thermal bath in Trenčianske Teplice, Slovakia. Year: 1936-7 Architect: Bohuslav Fuchs Photographer: Ludovít Absolon Source: Rafael Cazorla

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Photographic postcard Machnác Sanatorium, Trenčianske Teplice 1930-32

Photographic postcard of the Machnác Sanatorium in Trenčianske Teplice, Slovakia. Year: 1930-32 Architect: Jaromír Krejcar Source: Rafael Cazorla

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Photographic postcard Sokol building, Domažlice

Photographic postcard of the Sokol building in Domažlice. Year: c. 1930s Architect: Source: Rafael Cazorla

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Benvenuto Cellini´s Autobiography illustrated by Cyril Bouda 1936

Selections from Benvenuto Cellini´s Autobiography illustrated by Cyril Bouda. Year: 1936 Illustrator: Cyril Bouda Publisher: Source: Josef Škrhola

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Zetka brochure cover by František Kardaus 1935

Cover of 10th anniversary brochure for Zetka automobiles. Features illustrations of Zetka models 4, 5 and 6. Year: 1935 Designer: František Kardaus Publisher: Source: Flickr

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Child’s traditional costume (kroj) 1932

Czechoslovak traditional child’s costume (kroj) from the village of Malenovice. Date: c. 1932-3 Designer: Source: CJH Museum Collections

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Koh-i-noor snap fasteners packaging

Set of vintage Koh-i-noor snap-fasteners, made for the Dutch market by the Czechoslovak company Waldes (renamed Koh-i-noor in 1939 after it’s leading brand). Year: c. 1930s (?) Designer: Manufacturer: Koh-i-noor Source: Goran Patlejch

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