If you have read my earliest posts on this 'blog, you will know I was able to save a fairly large quantity of ephemera from destruction when my father and mother were breaking up. My father was a self-employed auctioneer and evidently salvaged printed material from his acquisitions. He gave up claim to this stuff when my mother threw him out of the house, and as a child I recognized that this stuff was special and spirited it away before my mother could add it to the bonfire of my father's other belongings.
These three prints by Willy Pogany were in a large envelope and were part of my rescue. As a young boy I was already a pictorialist and had a crush on illustrative treasures. These are signed in pencil and may be artist's proofs for a print run. I've been told that they may have been part of a promotional campaign for one of Pogany's books.