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The book of signs, which contains all manner of symbols used from the earliest times to the middle ages by primitive peoples and early Christians,

Author: Rudolf Koch; Vyvyan Beresford Holland; First Edition Club (London, England)
Publisher: London, The First edition club, 1930.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf Koch; Vyvyan Beresford Holland; First Edition Club (London, England)
OCLC Number: 3521845
Notes: "Of this, the sixteenth book issued by the First edition club, five hundred copies have been printed in Professor Rudolf Koch's magere deutsche type."
Translation of Das Zeichenbuch.
Description: 4 preliminary leaves, 104 pages illustrations
Responsibility: collected, drawn and explained by Rudolf Koch, translated from the German by Vyvyan Holland.

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