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Die Deutsche Buchmalerei in ihren stilistischen Entrwicklungsphasen

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Die Deutsche Buchmalerei in ihren stilistischen Entrwicklungsphasen

by Jacobi, Franz

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München, Bruckmann, 1923. 136 pp., 64 ills, 6 colour plates chronological overview from Carolingean era to the 19th century; LIKE NEW condition

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Bookseller
Pallas Books Antiquarian Booksellers NL (NL)
Bookseller Inventory #
9193
Title
Die Deutsche Buchmalerei in ihren stilistischen Entrwicklungsphasen
Author
Jacobi, Franz
Book condition
Used
Publisher
München, Bruckmann, 1923
Keywords
Buchmalerei, illustration

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