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A catalogue of the old Chinese books in the Bodleian Library
Bib ID 1029684
Format BookBook
Author
Bodleian Library
 
Description Oxford : The Library, 1983-<1985> 
v. <1-2> ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0900177896
Invalid ISBN 0851240004
Incomplete contents v. 1. The Backhouse Collection / by David Helliwell. v. 2. Alexander's Wylie's books / by David Helliwell. 
Notes

Text in Chinese characters.

Chu Ying wen zuo xu wai nei wen quan shi Zhong wen.

除英文作序外內文全是中文.

Subjects Bodleian Library -- Catalogs.  |  Chinese imprints -- Catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Helliwell, David
Also Titled

Niujin da xue zhong wen jiu ji shu mu

牛津大學中文舊籍書目.

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