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The story of Ceylon tea / Maxwell Fernando
Bib ID 4984253
Format BookBook
Author
Fernando, Maxwell
 
Description Colombo : Mlesna (Ceylon), 2000 
197 p. : chiefly col. ill., maps ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 9558479004
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 194) and index.

Donated by Manfred Hans Claasz.

Subjects Tea -- Sri Lanka.  |  Tea trade -- Sri Lanka.
Also Titled

Ceylon tea

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