Five copies of Internationale Frisierkunst und Mode. Issues are June 1925, September 1925, June 1926, October 1931, and May 1932.
Lovely examples of the Viennese magazine for hair and design published between 1914 and 1937, and known for its Art Deco illustrations of the latest styles in fashion and beauty styling of its day. The magazine was a platform for young Art Deco artists early in their career, such as French artists like Marcel Fromenti and Jean Claude, and Austrian artists like Helly Eichhorn and Franz Löwy. Scarce - these are the only individual copies I have ever seen for sale beyond ex-library bound volumes.
Each measures approx. 11.75" H x 9.2" W x 0.2" D, and range in page number between 18-30 pgs. Good condition, with light toning to page, minor marks and wear to covers, some fold lines and creasing pages. Currently placed in plastic covers for protection. See images for reference, and feel free to email for more information.