A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bookplates Designed and Etched by George W. Eve, R.E.: With a Brief Notice of His Career as an Artist and a Few Comments Upon Some of His Other Work

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American Bookplate Society, 1916 - Book-plates - 93 pages
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