In total, the 27 Book Lovers published 8 books and 2 sheet publications. Even though some of them had design flaws, they still stood out from Lithuanian high print run books of the 1930s by their artistic quality and became standards of exemplary publishing. They represent the first Lithuanian bibliophilic publications (numbered, small print run, some printed on better-quality paper). Two publications displayed at the 1937 Exhibition of Modern Art and Technology in Paris received highest awards. The society was awarded a diploma for publishing these books. Other Lithuanian publishers of those times became influenced by the society’s aspirations to foster book culture. The publishing pursuits of the 27 Book Lovers had a clear impact on the later development of Lithuanian book art.

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