Rosamond B. Loring

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Decorated Book Papers: Being an Account of Their Designs and FashionsDecorated Book Papers: Being an Account of Their Designs and FashionsLoring, Rosamond B.
Mayo, Hope
HARDCOVER04/30/2008$50.00
Cover: Marbled and Paste Papers: Rosamond Loring’s Recipe Book, Facsimile EditionMarbled and Paste Papers: Rosamond Loring’s Recipe Book, Facsimile EditionLoring, Rosamond B.
Mayo, Hope
PAPERBACK10/15/2007$25.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Decorated Book Papers: Being an Account of Their Designs and Fashions, Second EditionDecorated Book Papers: Being an Account of Their Designs and Fashions, Second EditionLoring, Rosamond B.
Hofer, Philip
E-DITION01/01/1952$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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