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Martin Kolář: Českomoravská heraldika  :s:cs:Index:Martin Kolář, August Sedláček - Českomoravská heraldika - I. část všeobecná - 1902.pdf  (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
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Martin Kolář: Českomoravská heraldika
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August Sedláček
Title
Českomoravská heraldika
Subtitle I. část všeobecná
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Nákladem České akademie cís. Františka Josefa pro vědy, slovesnost a umění.
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Tiskem Aloisa Wiesnera v Praze, knihtiskaře České akademie císaře Františka Josefa pro vědy, slovesnost a umění.
Language Czech
Publication date 1902
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Place of publication Prague
Source http://www.historie.hranet.cz/heraldika/pdf/cmh1.pdf
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