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London bookbinding trade from craft to industry by Esther Potter

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Written in English


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Revised version of the eighth Graham Pollard Memorial Lecture given to the Bibliographical Society on 21 January 1992.

Other titlesGraham Pollard Memorial Lecture.
Statementby Esther Potter.
ContributionsBibliographical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20994693M

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