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Artists of the Tudor Court: The Portrait Miniature Rediscovered, 1520-1620 9 July-6 November 1983, the Victoria & Albert Museum by  V. J  Roy C.;Murrell - Paperback - First  Edition - 1983 - from Michael Diesman and Biblio.com

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Artists of the Tudor Court: The Portrait Miniature Rediscovered, 1520-1620 9 July-6 November 1983, the Victoria & Albert Museum

by Strong, Roy C.;Murrell, V. J

Condition: Near Fine


Victoria & Albert Museum, 1983. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Plates.
  • Bookseller: Michael Diesman US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 046679
  • Title: Artists of the Tudor Court: The Portrait Miniature Rediscovered, 1520-1620 9 July-6 November 1983, the Victoria & Albert Museum
  • Author: Strong, Roy C.;Murrell, V. J
  • Illustrator:b/w Plates
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:0905209346
  • ISBN 13:9780905209340
  • Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
  • Place: London
  • Date published: 1983


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