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Deutsch: Beschreibung siehe Bildname.
Emil Brass (Rauchwarenhändler, Konsul, *1856; +1938): Aus dem Reiche der Pelze. Verlag Neue Pelzwaren-Zeitung, Berlin 1911. 709 Seiten, Leinen. 17,5 x 26 cm.
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Emil Brass: Im Reiche der Pelze
English: Emil Brass (German fur trader, consul, *1856; +1938): Aus dem Reiche der Pelze (From the Empire of Furs). Publisher: Neue Pelzwaren-Zeitung, Berlin 1911. 709 pages, cloth cover. 17,5 x 26 cm.
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