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Creator:
Wakefield, Hugh, 1915-
Title(s):

Nineteenth century British glass.

Published/Created:
London : Faber and Faber, [1961]
Physical Description:
64 pages : illustrations, 100 plates (4 color) ; 26 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
NK5143 .W3 1961 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (page 61. Bibliographical footnotes).
Subject Terms:
Glassware, British -- History.
Form/Genre:
History.
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