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Rudolph Ackermann & the Regency World ~ by John Ford This long-awaited, authoritative biography of German émigré, Rudolph Ackermann, reveals the remarkable range of his influence as designer, inventor, publisher, and promoter of style and fashion in the Regency period, and his unique role as a cultural conduit between England and both Germany and the newly independent countries of Latin.
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