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Anecdotes typographiques : où l'on voit la description des coutumes, moeurs et usages singuliers des compagnons imprimeurs

Author: Nicolas Contat; Bertrand Dufresne; Giles Gaudard Barber
Publisher: Oxford : Bibliographical Society, 1980.
Series: Oxford bibliographical Society Publication.New series, 20
Edition/Format:   Book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: [document]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolas Contat; Bertrand Dufresne; Giles Gaudard Barber
OCLC Number: 417447679
Notes: Dufresne (1710). Le Brun (1762).
Description: VIII - 163 p. - 6 f. de pl. : Ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Oxford bibliographical Society Publication.New series, 20
Responsibility: Nicolas Contat dit le Brun, Dufresne ; éditeur sci. Giles Barber.

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