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Hieroglyphic Bibles, their origin and history; a hitherto unwritten chapter of bibliography, with facsimile illustrations.

Author: W A Clouston; Frederick A Laing
Publisher: Glasgow, David Bryce and Son, 1894.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W A Clouston; Frederick A Laing
OCLC Number: 638965
Notes: Following the 316 p. of text are 25 boards on which are mounted miniature pages of Laing's "Hieroglyphic Bible: Old Testament stories" (p. numbered 3-94)--and "New Testament stories" (p. numbered 97-184).
Red-lined borders in both sections.
Description: [i]-xvi [1]-316 pages, 26 leaves frontispiece, illustrations, facsimiles 24.9 cm
Other Titles: Bible.
Responsibility: And a new hieroglyphic Bible told in stories by Frederick A. Laing.

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