Book: «Juedischer Almanach»

Juedischer Almanach

Серия: "Juedischer Almanach"

Берлин, 1904 год. Juedischer Verlag. Издательский переплет. Сохранность хорошая. Сохранена оригинальная обложка. Предлагаем вашему вниманию издание "Juedischer Almanach" . На немецком языке. Содержит большое количество иллюстраций. Издание не подлежит вывозу за пределы Российской Федерации.

Издательство: "Juedischer Verlag" (1904)

Формат: 200x225, 318 стр.

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