Verzeichnis der Werke lebender Künstler welche fur die Kunstaustellung in den Sälen des Königl. Akademie-Gebäudes zu Berlin 1860 angemeldet worden. XLII Kunstaustellung ...

Berlin, Hofbuchdruckerei, 1860.

12mo, pp. xv, [1], 152, bound in contemporary marbled boards.

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