I.A. Krylov Basni
Krylov, Ivan Andreevich
This looks to me like a standard Krylov edition from the Communist era. The paper is cheap, and the black-and-white illustrations rather sketchily printed. The good news is that the illustrations occupy a full page and occur every three to five pages. A representative example of the art is The Elephant and the Pug on 88. A frontispiece portrait of Krylov is done on slicker paper. The cover includes a small printer's design in gold. One finds both an AI and a T of C at the back.