The Chapbooks and Broadsides of James Chalmers III, Printer in Aberdeen: Some Re-discoveries and Initial Observations on His Woodcuts

Iain Beavan

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Pages (from-to)29-86
Number of pages58
JournalJournal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society
Volume10 (2015)
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2016

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