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Wir sahen Seine Herrlichkeit! Das Leben Jesu in Bild und Wort

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New York and Baden: Druck und Verlag von Ernst Kaufmann Lahr, n.y.. Hardcover. Small 4to. Brown cloth spine and brown paper over boards with large color pictorial plate to front board. (Ca. 75pp). Numerous full-page color illustrations. Very good. A tight and nice edition, entirely in German, of this slim and beautifully pictorial life of Jesus whose title translates: "We Have Seen His Glory! The Life of Jesus in Pictures and Words." Apparently published without a title page. Undated, but ownership signature on inside front board is dated 1893. The chromolithographic plates are superb and bright.


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