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Nan taegam : Hanʾguk nan Chungguk nan Ilbon nan Sŏyang nan taegam / kamsu Yi Chak ; Nan, Hwahwe Wŏnye Yŏnʾguhoe pʻyŏn
蘭大鑑 : 韓國蘭中國蘭日本蘭西洋蘭大鑑 / 李[작] ; 蘭花卉園藝硏究會編
Bib ID 907310
Format BookBook
Description Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Sejong Munhwawŏn, 1986 
서울특별시 : 世宗文化院, 1986 
327 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 38 cm. 
Subjects Orchids.
Other authors/contributors Yi, Chak  |  Nan, Hwahwe Wŏnye Yŏnʾguhoe (Korea)
李[작]  |  蘭花卉園藝硏究會 (Korea)

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