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[Marco Polo's invitation]
Bib ID 1039327
Format BookBook
Description [Beijing : s.n., 18--?] 
1 sheet ; 15 x 15 cm. 
Notes

"Marco Polo cordially invites you to an Exhibition of ancient Chinese excavated textiles and robes to be held on 15th, 16th and 17th September. Madame Dan Pao Tchao (Princess Shou Shan Yu) will act as our Hostess."

The invitation is printed on a pillow end made from a hand blocked glazed peasant cloth.

Subjects Invitation cards -- China.
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