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Shū Kan ihō, Tōkyō Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan
周漢遺寶, 東京國立博物館
Bib ID 641872
Format BookBook
Author
Tōkyō Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan
東京國立博物館
 
Description Tōkyō, Ōtsuka Kōgeisha, Shōwa 7 [1932] 
東京, 大塚巧藝社, 昭和7 [1932] 
14 p., 75 plates. illus. 37 cm. 
Notes

Preliminary matter and explanatory notes on guard sheets accompanying plates in Japanese and English; added t.p.: Relics of Han and pre-Han dynasties; catalogue of the exhibition held in May, 1932.

Teishitsu Hakubutsukan [Tōkyō Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan] zōhan.

帝室博物館[東京國立博物館]藏版.

Subjects Art objects, Chinese -- Exhibitions.  |  China -- Antiquities.
Also Titled

Relics of Han and pre-Han dynasties.

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