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|Publisher:||Litog[rafia] Nueva, C[all]e Caballero de Gracia 22 y Cedaceros 10, Madrid|
|Description:||Legend: ... they were responsible for collecting taxes on various consumer articles. They depended...on the councils and later on the civil tax office bosses. During the early years of the war when there were barracks and fortified towns in the interior of the country, these blocked...led by subordinate officers... Numbering of the engraving in the album: plate. 9. Autographed|
|Physical description:||1 15 x 22 cm engraving on a 23 x 31 cm page|
|Publication:||Museo Zumalakarregi Museoa|
|Appears in Collections:||Prints XIX century album|
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