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APA Citation

Willshire, William Hughes.  (1874).  An introduction to the study & collection of ancient prints.  London :  Ellis and White

MLA Citation

Willshire, William Hughes.  An introduction to the study & collection of ancient prints / by William Hughes Willshire  Ellis and White London  1874

Australian/Harvard Citation

Willshire, William Hughes.  1874,  An introduction to the study & collection of ancient prints / by William Hughes Willshire  Ellis and White London

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