Allgemeine Schriftenkunde der gesammten Wappenwissenschaft: mit beurtheilenden, und andern zur Bücher- und Gelehrtengeschichte gehörenden Bemerkungen und Nachweisungen
Im Besorge von Jo. Aug. Gottl. Weigel, 1835 - Classification - 425 pages
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