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Titre : History and Description of TWO MASTER PIECES...
Éditeur : Emil Herrmann, Berlin/new York ca: 1900
Date d'édition : 1900
Reliure : 1/4 Leather
Etat du livre : Very Good Minus
Edition : First Edition.
Type de livre : 4to
From the colophon: This work was produced in the Graphic Institute 'Ganymed', Berlin. Both a German and an English Edition of 200 copies were printed. This is number 106 of the English edition." The number presented on a staff, is initialed "EH". 6 color plates of the violins with other illustrations and facsimiles. Some wear and spotting on the boards, some repair to the plain spine, 2 small pieces of tape reinforcement at the inner hinges. The text and plates are quite fine. Ultra Scarce. See Picture. N° de réf. du libraire he.2011
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