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American Dyestuff Reporter No. 4: January-June 1919

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Johnson Reprint Company, 1965. reprint. Hardcover. VG+/No dustjacket. 8vo. Blue cloth. A fascinating historical glance at the dyer’s trade in the early 20th century. Light edgewear, small spot on lower board.


Dyer’s Instructor: Comprising Practical Instructions in the Art of Dyeing Silk, Cotton, Wool, and Worsted and Woollen Goods, as Single and Two-Colored Damasks, Moreens, Camlets, Lastings, Shot Cobourgs, Silk Striped Orleans, Plain Orleans from White and Colored Warps, Merinos, Woollens, Yarns, Etc.

By Smith, David

Henry Carey Baird & Co. , 1900. 4th ed.. Hardcover. Good+/No dustjacket. Light foxing, front and rear hinge starting, corners and tail bumped, spotting on front and rear boards. Overall a solid copy with several small flaws.