At the sign of the dial
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At the sign of the dial Charles Haslewood Shannon & his circle.

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Published by Usher Gallery in Lincoln .
Written in English


  • Shannon, Charles.,
  • Art, Victorian -- England -- Exhibitions.,
  • Art, English -- Exhibitions.,
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- England -- Exhibitions.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsUsher Gallery (Lincoln, England)
LC ClassificationsN6767
The Physical Object
Pagination48p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20131768M
ISBN 100861111311

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