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Dansk: Stregtegning af en tuba
English: Tuba
Norsk bokmål: Strektegning av en tuba
Suomi: Tuuba
Date 1913
Source From en.wikipedia
Author Public domain image from Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia, 1913 (Transparent background added October 23, 2006)
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