Glass Paints, Varnishes and Brushes: History, Manufacture and Use, 1923, VG

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Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. Glass Paints, Varnishes and Brushes: Their History, Manufacture and Use (Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, 1923).
English, Very Good, HC, 4to, 11" x 9," Pages 1-207, 1-178, [i]-xxii (Indices to Glass Section and Paint Section).

Brown cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering on front and spine. Small gilt-accented illustration on front. Covers have slight wear to extremities and light rubbing to front and back, else clean and intact. Pages have occasional foxing, foxing on edges of text block, and light age toning, else clean and intact. Replete with illustrations, most in black-and-white, a few in color. A few illustrations come with gilt decorations. Beautiful catalog of different glass-decorating products manufactured by the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. The book is divided into a "Glass Section" and "Paint Section," within which are the company's catalog of products. This catalog discusses the glass-making industry; how the company's products are made; the history of glass; and the applications of glass in architecture, mirrors, automobiles, and storefronts; and histories of glass paints, varnishes, and brushes. The "Glass Section," "Paint Section," and Indices of the book are divided by separate paginations.