The Bewick Collector: A Supplement to a Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Thomas and John Bewick : Consisting of Additions to the Various Divisions of Cuts, Wood Blocks, Etc. ...

L. Reeve, 1868 - 353 páginas

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