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Empire wines, South African wines, Australian wines
Bib ID 6489561
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Printer Newcastle-On-Tyne : Easey & Best
Description Newcastle-On-Tyne : W. Glendenning & Sons, Ltd., Wine Merchants, [1929] 
11 pages ; 14 cm 
Notes

Cover title.

Published and printed in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, for the North East Coast Exhibition, which ran from May to October 1929.

Printed in red ink.

Subjects Wine and wine making -- South Africa.  |  Wine and wine making -- Australia.  |  Wine industry -- South Africa.  |  Wine industry -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors W. Glendenning & Sons Ltd., issuing body
Also Titled

South African wines, Australian wines.

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