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    • Title: A group of twenty-four paintings of the French, Spanish, German and American schools, selected from the Cottier Gallery...
      • Author: Cottier Gallery.
      • Description: 24 l., 3 pl. illus. 4°.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries.
      • Imprint: New York [Chasmar-Winchell Press, 1910?].
      • Date: 1910
      • Call Number: N133 C82
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