Lafite-Rothschild, La fei Luo si chai er de jiu zhuang (Version Chinoise)
Format
Relié
EAN13
9782841053063
ISBN
978-2-84105-306-3
Éditeur
Éditions du Regard
Date de publication
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PHOTOGRAPHIE
Séries
Lafite-Rothschild
Nombre de pages
336
Dimensions
27,9 x 23 x 3,5 cm
Poids
1900 g
Langue
français
Langue d'origine
français
Code dewey
641.220944714
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