Paint Manufacture [Incorporating Varnish Lacquer Enamel and Colour] / Nine Volumes
London, 1933 to 1941. Leather Bound. 4to. Uniformly bound in 3/4 calf over cloth boards. Black & white photos, illustrations. All volumes show wear and rubbing, especially to corners, but are otherwise tight. Some volumes have a stamp on the endpapers from the Michael Nairn & Co. Ltd. Laboratory. The contents are uniformly clean. These are larger books and, taken as a lot, quite heavy. Please consult with us as to costs and options to ship. A complete run of monthly issues from January, 1933 (vol. III) to December, 1941 (vol. XI): 254 to 370 pages in each volume. Each volume contains a wealth of intersting, albeit technical, articles on the various aspects of research into, or the manufacture of, or the applications of paint, and related substances. Each volume is preceded by a comprehensive Index. Sample articles include: 'Coloured Printing Inks'; 'Some Problems of the Oxydation of Drying Oils'; 'Colour Measurement of Oils and Resins'; 'The Indian Lac Industry'; 'Some Vagaries of Mineral Pigments'; 'Modern Cellulose Finishes'; 'Shellac - A Survey of the Indian Industry'; 'Industrial Requirements for Insulating Varnishes'; 'Petroleum as a Source of Paint Materials'; 'Fish Oils..their Use in Paints and Varnishes'; 'Leather Finishes - Their Manufacture and Application..with special reference to pigmented finishes', etc. etc. Each monthly issue also contains Correspondence, Information and Advice, New Companies, Trade Notes, New Patents, New Trade Marks, and an Editorial.
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USD 500.00 [Appr.: EURO 451.75 | CHF 495.5]
Sonstige Stichworte: Paints; Lacquers; Enamels;