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Algérie, Tunisie : . Par Prosper Ricard. Remise à jour par Magdelaine Parisot. Préface par Francis Ambrière by Prosper Ricard
Alsace by Guide Bleu
Alsace Lorraine by Guide bleu
Belgique - Luxembourg
Bretagne Sud by Guide Bleu
Bruxelles et ses environs by Guide bleu
Canada. alaska. bermudes. by Guide Bleu
Crète et Rhodes 1998 by Aude Bracquemond
Danemark : guide bleu
Egypte by Guide Bleu
Etats-Unis - Est et Sud by Guide Bleu
Etats-Unis, Centre et Ouest by Guide Bleu
GRECE by Guides Bleus
Grèce. 1935 et 1932. by Guide Bleu
Guide Bleu Évasion : Berlin by Collectif
Guide Bleu Évasion : Malte by Catherine Bourzat
Guide Bleu Évasion : Sicile by Jean Taverne
Guide Bleu : Bretagne nord by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Bruxelles et la Wallonie by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Chine, de Pékin à Hong Kong by Guide Bleu
Guide Bleu : Espagne du Sud by Guide bleu
Guide Bleu : Espagne, Centre et Nord by Collectif
Guide Bleu : France by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Inde du Sud by Jackie Assayag
Guide Bleu : Maroc by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Mexique by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Musées de Paris by Collectif
Guide Bleu : Portugal by Guide Bleu
Guide Bleu : Thaïlande by Christine Routier-Le Diraison
Guide Bleu Italy, English Series: Italian Touring Club(616 pgs, 14 maps & 52 plans) by G. R. Martineau
Guide bleu Languedoc-Roussillon (Les Guides bleus) (French Edition)
Guide Bleu Midi-Pyrénées
Guide bleu Paris by Guide Bleu
Guide Bleu Rome by Collectif
Guide Bleu Évasion : Croatie by Serge Bathendier
Guide Bleu Évasion : Egypte - Vallée du Nil by Serge Bathendier
Guide Bleu Évasion : Quebec by Monic Robillard
Guide Bleu Évasion : Toscane
Guide Bleu Évasion : Tunisie by Gilda Spizzichino
Guide Bleu Évasion : Îles Grecques by Nicolas Nahmias
Guide Bleu: France (French edition) by Georges Monmarché
Inde du Sud by Guide Bleu
Italie du nord et du centre by Margarete Stillger
Italie du Sud: Rome, Sicile, Sardaigne by Adelaide Barbey
Italy. Hachette world guides under the directions of Francis ambrière by Magdelaine Parisot
Lebanon by Robert Boulanger
Londres 1999 by Guide Bleu Evasion
Malte 1999 by Guide Bleu Evasion
Maroc by Guide Bleu
Maroc by Robert Boulanger, 1926 - , editor
Mexique by Guide Bleu
Monaco Monte-Carlo - Plan Guide Bleu & Or by Editions Grafocarte
Normandie (Guides bleus) by Guide Bleu
Pays de la Loire by Collectif
Poitou-Charentes by Collectif
Portugal, Madère, Açores by Magdelaine Parisot
Prague et Brno by Guide Bleu
Promenades en Irlande by Guide bleu
Provence, Alpes, Côte d'Azur by Adélaïde Barbey
Périgord, Quercy (Guides bleus) by Marie-Pascale Rauzier
Réunion et Île Maurice 1998 by Guide Bleu Evasion
Rajasthan et Gujarat - L'Inde des caravanes by A.A.D.D.
Sri-Lanka 2001 by Guide Bleu Evasion
Turquie by Guide Bleu
Turquie (Les Guides bleus) by Robert Boulanger
Venise et la Vénétie
Vienne, guide bleu
Île-de-France (Guides bleus) by Collectif

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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