Series: C. G. Boerner Neue Lagerliste

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Die Dürer-Sammlung Richard Leendertz : eine Ausstellung im hundertfünfzigsten Jahr von C. G. Boerner mit einem weiteren Beitrag in Düsseldorf vom 1.-20. April 1976 by Albrecht Dürer66
RICHARD GESSNER: Frühe Druckgraphik, 1913-1924. (Neue Lagerliste Nr. 94.) by Düsseldorf. C. G. Boerner.94
Neue Lagerliste 112 (1999) Eine Auswahl Aus Unseren Mappen Europaische Graphik Des 16. Bis 20. Jahrhunderts by C.G. Boerner112
Neue Lagerliste 115 (2001); Ausgewahlte Druckgraphik Von Ferrara Bis Barbizon by C.G. Boerner115
C. G. Boerner French Prints ( Cataogue 118 ) by Eric Gillis118
Ausgewahlte Druckgraphik von der Gotik bis zum Expressionismus / (Neue Lagerliste 119) by C. G. Boerner GmbH119
Aus Unseren Mappen - A Selection From Our Stock (Neue Lagerliste 125) by C.G. Boerner125

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