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(n.p.). c. 1960s (?). 1st Printing. Loose leaf. Illustrated upper wrappers. Die-cut like a cowboys head. Card stock loose leaf, printed recto and verso, cut outs for nose and eyes (to wear as a mask). Now housed in a mylar sleeve.
Mexico City: Imprenta de Antonio Vanegas, Calle de Santa Teresa núm. 1, . 1st Printing. Broadsheet, 2 columns of text each side, with broad single-rule border. Large, quarter-page Posada woodcut to recto top left, depicting a crowd, peering up at telegraph/telephone lines, on a street corner, with buildings in the.....