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    • Page 475.

    • Is part of: Iter extaticum coeleste, quo mundi opificium ... nova hypothesi exponitur ad veritatem, interlocutoribus Cosmiele et Theodidacto; hac secunda editione praelusionibus & scholiis illustratum, ac schematismis necessariis, qui deerant,...
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    • Is part of: On aniline and its derivatives : a treatise upon the manufacture of aniline and aniline colours / by M. Reimann ; to which is added in an appendix, The Report on the coloring matters derived from coal tar, shown at the French exhibition...
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    • Page 25.

    • Is part of: Jubilee of the discovery of mauve and of the foundation of the coal-tar colour industry by Sir W. H. Perkin / Edited by Raphael Meldola, Arthur G. Green, John Cannell Cain.
    • Meldola, Raphael, 1849-1915.
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    • Is part of: Jubilee of the discovery of mauve and of the foundation of the coal-tar colour industry by Sir W. H. Perkin / Edited by Raphael Meldola, Arthur G. Green, John Cannell Cain.
    • Meldola, Raphael, 1849-1915.
    • Page 56.

    • Is part of: Jubilee of the discovery of mauve and of the foundation of the coal-tar colour industry by Sir W. H. Perkin / Edited by Raphael Meldola, Arthur G. Green, John Cannell Cain.
    • Meldola, Raphael, 1849-1915.
    • Page 173.

    • Is part of: A practical handbook of dyeing and calico-printing. With eleven page-plates, forty-seven specimens of dyed and printed fabrics, and thirty-eight woodcuts, by William Crookes.
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    • Replacement page 21.

    • Is part of: Color standards and color nomenclature, by Robert Ridgway, Curator of the Division of Birds, United States National Museum. With fifty-three colored plates and eleven hundred and fifteen named colors.
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    • Replacement page 22.

    • Is part of: Color standards and color nomenclature, by Robert Ridgway, Curator of the Division of Birds, United States National Museum. With fifty-three colored plates and eleven hundred and fifteen named colors.
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