2 edition of British standard glossary of colour terms used in science and industry. found in the catalog.
British standard glossary of colour terms used in science and industry.
British Standards Institution.
1953 by BSI .
Written in English
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A universal ready-reference for all whose jobs or recreations involve colour, it now includes names of colours used by British paint manufacturers and colours traditionally associated with the printing ink industry, thus shedding light on the whole field of colour in art and science." - from dust jacket of a later edition (not included).
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