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Colour and lighting in factories and offices.

British Colour Council.

Colour and lighting in factories and offices.

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Published by British Colour Council in London .
Written in English


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Two booklets "Range of colours for gloss and matt paints; and "Colour Schemes for the interior decoration of factories and offices", in folder.

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Pagination1 varoius pagings :
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14 pamphlets, some duplicates; stapled, folding or folders; all housed in original card mailing box. The majority of the pamphlets have several colour swatches and schemes.

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