Bibliography of Indian textiles. by Victoria and Albert Museum. Indian Section.

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Published by Victoria and Albert Museum, Indian Section in [South Kensington, Eng.] .

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  • Textile industry -- India -- Bibliography.,
  • Textile fabrics -- India -- Bibliography.

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LC ClassificationsZ7914.T3 V46 1975, TS1403 V46 1975
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Pagination31 p. ;
Number of Pages31
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Open LibraryOL4601057M
LC Control Number77364003

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