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739 Paint Questions Answered: A Reference Encyclopedia

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739 Paint Questions Answered: A Reference Encyclopedia

Publisher: National painters magazine
ISBN/ASIN: 1110217994
Number of pages: 391

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A reference encyclopedia answering knotty problems that confront the painter, decorator, and paint manufacturer in their everyday work, with complete topical index. It is hoped that this book will meet with the approval of the craft at large, and it is hereby dedicated to the painters and decorators throughout the entire Country.

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