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Nicholas Kis: A Hungarian punch-cutter and printer, 1650-1702 by Gyorgy Haiman ISBN 13: 9780910760126

ISBN 10: 0910760128

Hardcover; San Francisco / Budapest: J.w. Stauffacher/greenwood Press In Association With J. Howell-books, 1983; ISBN-13: 978-0910760126

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Nicholas Kis: A Hungarian Punch-Cutter and Printer, 1650-1702 (SIGNED)

by Haiman, Gyorgy; Soltesz, Elizabeth (bibliography)

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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780910760126
ISBN 10
0910760128
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San Francisco, CA: Jack W. Stauffacher / The Greenwood Press, in Association with John Howell-Books, 1983. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 451 pages, 8vo. No DJ. SIGNED by the author Gyorgy Haiman and the publisher Jack W. Stauffacher on copyright page. All enclosures present in rear. Minor shelfwear. Tightly bound, no marks. Volume is in Near Fine condition..
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