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File:Milkau Bücherschrank mit angekettetem Buch aus der Bibliothek von Cesena 109-2.jpg


Deutsch: Bücherschrank mit angekettetem Buch aus der Bibliothek von Cesena
English: Press with chained book in the Library of Cesena, Italy; original drawing has caption "part of a bookcase at Cesena to shew the system of chaining"
Date 1901
Source Fritz-Milkau-Dia-Sammlung, erstellt in der Photographischen Werkstatt der Preußischen Staatsbibliothek von 1926-1933 originally from The Care of Books by John Willis Clark ( Fig 94, p132)
Author engraving:
photo:Fritz Milkau


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