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The clocks and watches of the Victoria and Albert Museum / by F. A. B. Ward
Bib ID 36219
Format BookBook
Author
Ward, F. A. B. (Francis Alan Burnett)
 
Description Ramsgate : Antiquarian Horological Society, 1978 
74 p. ; 25 cm. 
Series

Monograph (Antiquarian Horological Society) ; 17

Subjects Victoria and Albert Museum.  |  Clocks and watches.
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100 1 |aWard, F. A. B.|q(Francis Alan Burnett)
245 1 4 |aThe clocks and watches of the Victoria and Albert Museum /|cby F. A. B. Ward.
260 |aRamsgate :|bAntiquarian Horological Society,|c1978.
300 |a74 p. ;|c25 cm.
490 1 |aMonograph / Antiquarian Horological Society ;|vno. 17
610 2 0 |aVictoria and Albert Museum.
650 0 |aClocks and watches.
830 0 |aMonograph (Antiquarian Horological Society) ;|v17
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