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    • Title: La bijouterie française au XIXe siécle (1800-1900)
      • Author: Vever, Henri, 1854-1942.
      • Description: 3v. illus., plates, ports. 29 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries
      • Imprint: Paris, H. Floury, 1906-08
      • Date: 1906-08
      • Call Number: NK7349 V64
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