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L'Office de L'Etoile. Traduit du Latin

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L'Office de L'Etoile. Traduit du Latin

by [CLOSSON, Hermann, trans.]

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1946. [CLOSSON, Hermann, trans.]. L'Office de L'Etoile. Traduit du Latin d'un Manuscrit Provenant de L'Abbaye de Munsterbilsen (Linbourg) et Conserve dans la Bibliotheque des Bollandistes a Bruxelles. Original printed wrappers. Haarlem: Joh. Enschede en Zonen, 1946. Small bookplate, else fine.

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Bookseller
George S. MacManus Company US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
71298
Title
L'Office de L'Etoile. Traduit du Latin
Author
[CLOSSON, Hermann, trans.]
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Date published
1946
Keywords
CHRISTMAS, PRESS BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, LITX

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About George S. MacManus Company

Our inventory of over 45,000 catalogued titles focuses primarily on 18th and 19th century Americana with specialities such as Voyages and Travels, Local Histories, Indians and the West and the Civil War. Also included in our collection are English and American literary first editions, Limited Edition Club selections and Books about Books.

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