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Huang Ming mo zao lu / [Jin Zhong bian ji ; Tong Ben xiao ding]
皇明末造录 / [金鐘編輯 ; 童本削定]
Bib ID 1211455
Format BookBook
Author
Jin, Zhong, 17th/18cent
金鐘, 17th/18cent
 
Description [Peking] : Beijing shi Zhongguo shu dian : Beijing shi xin hua shu dian fa xing, [1987?] 
[Peking] : 北京市中国书店 : 北京市新华书店发行, [1987?] 
42, 26 leaves ; 29 cm. 
Notes

Colophon title.

Reprint.

On double leaves, oriental style.

Subjects China -- History -- Ming dynasty, 1368-1644.
Other authors/contributors Tong, Ben, 17th/18cent
童本, 17th/18cent

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