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Ernst Gotthelf Gersdorf (also known as Ernst Gotthelf von Gersdorf or Karl Gotthelf) (2 November 1804 – 5 January 1874) was a German librarian, most notable for his work at the Leipzig University Library. He wrote under the pseudonym Woldemar Egg.