English centrepiece bindings, ca. 1560-1640, in Manchester libraries.
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English centrepiece bindings, ca. 1560-1640, in Manchester libraries. by Pearson, David

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  • John Rylands University Library of Manchester.,
  • Chetham"s Library.

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