Der Lithograph.

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Erste Ausgabe. * Deutsche Ausgabe. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3001 33/25,7 cm. 208,4 S. OLeinen mit minimal gebrauchtem Schutzumschlag (Farblithographie). Band IV: 1969-1972. Vorwort: Nicolas und Elena Calas. Mit 6 farbigen Lithographien, eine davon der Schutzumschlag, sowie sehr zahlreichen, farbigen Abbildungen nach Werken. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Der Lithograph.
Publisher: Genf, Weber, (1982).
Publication Date: 1982

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