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Fac-similé du Petit Larousse illustré 1905 by Claude Augé1905
Nouveau Petit Larousse by Unknown1962
Petit Larousse 1965 by Librairie Larousse1965
Petit Larousse 1967 by Larousse1967
Nouveau Petit Larousse 1968. by P Larousse1968
Le Petit Larousse Illustré 1973 by Colléctif1973
Petit Larousse illustré 1974 by Larousse1974
Petit larousse illustre : 19801980
Larousse Encyclopedia of Modern History by Larousse Bilingual Dictionaries1981
Petit Larousse Illustre 19811981
Petit Larousse Illustre 1982 by Larousse1982
Petit Larousse Illustre 19821982
Petit Larousse illustré 1983 : 75 700 articles, 4 180 ill., 245 cartes, 54 p. en coul., dont 22 h.t. cartographiques et1983
Petit Larousse Illustre 1984 (dictionary encyclopedia) by Librairie Larousse1984
Petit Larousse illustré 1985 : Dictionnaire encyclopédique pour tous by Larousse1985
Le Petit Larousse illustré 1986 by Larousse1986
Petit Larousse illustré by Larousse1988
Petit Larousse Illustre 19891989
LA Petit Larousse Illustre1990
Le Petit Larousse illustré 1991 by Larousse1991
le Petit Larousse illustre 19921992
Le Petit Larousse illustre 1993 by Larousse1993
Le Petit Larousse Illustre, 19941994
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 1995 by Editors of Larousse1995
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 1996 by Collectif1996
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 1997 (French Edition)1997
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 19981998
Petit Larousse Illustre 1999-French by International Book Dist1999
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 2000 (Le Petit Larousse Illustre, 2000) (French Edition) by International Book Dist2000
Le Petit Larousse illustré 2001 by Collectif2001
Petit Larousse illustré 2002 by Collectif2002
Le Petit Larousse Illustré : 1852 - 2002 Cent Cinquantenaire Larousse by Michel Legrain1852-2002
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 2004 by Editors of Larousse2004
Le Petit Larousse Ilustre 2005 (Dictionary) (French Edition) by Editors of Larousse2005
Le Petit Larousse illustre 2006 by Editors of Larousse2006
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 2007 (Le Petit Larousse Illustre) by Larousse2007
Le Petit Larousse Dictionnaire Illustre 2008: En Couleurs (Le Petit Larousse Illustre) (French Edition) by Larousse Bilingual Dictionaries2008
Le Petit Larousse Illustre 2009 by Collective2009
Petit Larousse Illustre 2010 (French Edition) by Collectif2010
Petit Larousse illustre 2010 avec CD/ROM by Collectif2010
Petit Larousse grand format 2011 by Collectif2011
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