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Nihon no dentō shikisai / Nagasaki Seiki cho
日本の傳統色彩 / 長崎盛輝著
Bib ID 2046008
Format BookBook
Author
Nagasaki, Seiki, 1912-
長崎盛輝, 1912-
 
Edition Shohan. 
初版. 
Description Kyōto-shi : Kyōto Shoin, Shōwa 63 [1988] 
京都市 : 京都書院, 昭和 63 [1988] 
243 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 4763630776
Notes

Names of colors also in English.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Dyes and dyeing -- Textile fibers.  |  Color in the textile industries.  |  Color -- Japan.

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