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    Pearls from the Instrument Collection of Paul de Wit, Leipzig (Saxony). Leipzig: Verlag von Paul de Wit, [1892]. First edition. Sixteen chromolithographic plates by Emil Pinkau. Rebound in red velvet with decorative brackets and a cut out to reveal the original cover illustration. Very good.

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    Perlen aus der Instrument-Sammlung von Paul de Wit, Leipzig. Pearls from the Instrument Collection of Paul de Wit, Leipzig (Saxony). Perles de la Collection D'Instruments de Paul de Wit à Leipzig (Saxe). Leipzig: Verlag von Paul de Wit, [1892].  

    First edition. Oblong folio. Fourteen pages, Sixteen chromolithographic plates by Emil Pinkau.

    Rebound with new endpapers and hard binding from the original soft covers. Very minor foxing to title page and slight toning throughout. Very good condition.

    Text in German, French and English.



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