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History of Engraving: From Its Inception to the Time of Thomas Bewick.

by Austin, Stanley

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London: T. Werner Laurie, [1908]. Octavo. ix, 199 pages. First edition. Green cloth. Illustrated with 16 plates and textual illustrations. Fine..




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