Catalogue of Works on the Fine Arts: The Galleries, Books of Costume, Old Engravings, Portraits, Ornament, Early Woodcuts, Illustrated Books of the 18th and 19th Centuries; Architecture, and a Splendid Series of Books in Historical and Remarkable Bindings, Illustrating the History of the Art of Bookbinding from the IXth to the XIXth Century; on Sale by Bernard Quaritch

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B. Quaritch, 1883 - 572 pages
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