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Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 0802023622. Cover is dark mustard colored with black lettering on spine. Black endpapers. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Illustrated with 12 color photos. This book provides the most complete survey of the scattered literature on dyestuffs from Canada, the US, and England. It is a commonsense and straightforward guide to contemporary and traditional dyeing methods. Also contains a comprehensive alphabetical listing and description of 150 plant and lichen species which can be used to make textile dyes. Has four indices which include the common and botanical names of the plants; and six tables. For those interested in traditional crafts, a type of living history, this is an invaluable resource.; Color Photographs; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 249 pages; Cover has very slight bumping; embossed round stamp on bottom of pp. 81/82. DJ has light edge wear, some light rubbing/scuffing; in a mylar cover.
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