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FATHER & SONS Jacob de Vos Wzn (1774-1844) and the journals he drew for his children

Koolhaas-Grosfeld, Eveline

ISBN 10: 9065501827 / ISBN 13: 9789065501820
Published by Verloren, Hilversum, 2001
New Condition New Hardcover
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Hilversum,2001. Sm.Quarto. 264 150 illustr. all in color.text in Dutch and English.Orig. stiff boards Weight:750 grams. Clean unmarked copy. Bookseller Inventory # 0003302

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Title: FATHER & SONS Jacob de Vos Wzn (1774-1844) ...

Publisher: Verloren, Hilversum

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Edition: 1st Edition

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