Very good. Very good. Black cloth with silver decoration of factory on front. Bright, clean, tight. No dust jacket. B&w photo illustrations. Light discoloration to endpapers. Re: production of solvents, methanol, alcohol fermenters, etc.
Very good in fair dust jacket. Price clipped. This copy is in very good condition showing no internal marking, clean beautiful boards, and tight binding. The price clipped dust jacket shows wear to the edges with tears, folds and chipping. 103p. : ill.s.
Good in black boards with silver stamping in a fair only dust jacket with significant edgewear, creasing and chipping, sunning to the spine.. HC 1st ed-An account of the development and growth of the Commercial Solvents Corporation in the early twentieth century, in the years after World War I, and how "waste" products were able to be used as solvents, lacquers (fast drying and durable automobile paint) and to produce resin products, among other things. Notable for the 17 strking industrial black and white photographs by Margaret Bourke-White, including some double-page spreads. 104 pp.
Very good in illustrated boards in a very good jacket, with considerable sunning to the spine, moderate edgewear, and a few chips and closed tears along the edges of the front and back covers. First Edition. Octavo. Overview of the development and growth of the Commercial Solvents Corporation in the early twentieth century. With seventeen black-and-white plates by Margaret Bourke-White.
Very Good. No objectionable defects; average condition for its age. No underlining; no highlighting; no internal markings. Some wear to edges, corners and covers, fore and bottom edges uncut. 6th Edition. 1936 Hardcover no dj.
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