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Número de Cartel: PP 899
Tamaño: Please inquire
Tipo de cartel: Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1961
Información sobre los editores: Editor V. Rukavishnikov; Technical Editor A. Soboleva
Información técnica: Submitted March 23, 1960. Publication No. 1-404. 1 large sheet. Order No. 1363. Price 1 ruble. Printed in Leningrad, 9 Kronverkskaia Embankment
Número de Glavlit: A-01290
Información en el catálogo: PP 899 Youth
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