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Summary

English: Colour lithographic poster for Hauptmann's play "Die Weber" (The weavers) by Emil Orlik, 1897

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current12:21, 27 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 12:21, 27 November 2005571 × 400 (29 KB)Svencb{{en|Colour lithographic poster for Hauptmann's play "Die Weber" ''(The weavers)'' by Emil Orlik, 1897}} * Author: Emil Orlik (1870-1932) * Date: 1897 * License: PD due to age * Source: http://www.orlikprints.com/images/m/127.jpg
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