Das Buch der Bilder / Rainer Maria Rilke.
3. sehr verm. Ausg.
Berlin : A. Juncker
Colophon: Von diesem Buch wurden zwanzig numerierte Exemplare auf besonderem Papier abgezogen und in Wildleder gebunden, die zum Preise von zwölf Mark vom Verlag zu beziehen sind. Druck der Druckerei für Bibliophilen in Berlin nach Unordnung von Lucian Bernhard, Berlin.
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