A HISTORY OF PRINTED TEXTILES, Block, Roller, Screen, Design, Dyes, Fibres, Discharge, Resist, Further Sources for Research,

By: Stuart Robinson

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A HISTORY OF PRINTED TEXTILES, Block, Roller, Screen, Design, Dyes, Fibres, Discharge, Resist, Further Sources for Research, by Stuart Robinson
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Studio Vista, London - first UK edition, 1969. Hardcover, 10¼" x 6¾", in wrapper. Binding is sound. Ours is an ex-library copy with usual stamps, stickers, barcode and pocket, etc. Original bookseller's label to inside front cover. GOOD book in GOOD dust jacket. Purple cloth-bound boards with silver type to spine, 3 maps, 90 b&w photographs, some line drawings (diagrams), further reading (10 pages), and index. This book is intended both as an outline history of printed textiles and as a comprehensive source book for the further study of this topic. NOTE: This copy has an improvised jacket (not the original) under transparent covering.

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