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Zlatko Čondić, a fellow collector, asked me to open this topic about a new book by Mr. Branko Bogdanović. 
The book is written in Russian and English and it was published recently. It contains many excellent photos and information unavailable to the most of us. 
The author gave his permission to upload couple of pages as an illustration.
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The book promotion will take place at the Moscow Book Fair on December 2nd.
Large format, 260 pages, hardcover, 200 images in full color, price around 60 euros.

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Greetings,

Zlatko asked me to post news in this topic so here goes:

"Dear colleagues !!!

I just got the information that a reprint of these two exceptional books has come out. Considering that, due to the great interest, the first edition was completely sold out, the publisher decided to reprint it. You can order the book directly from the author by e-mail - bogdanovicu@gmail.com, at a price of 20 Euros." 

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