Forty Centuries of Ink

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Echo Library, May 1, 2007 - 220 pages
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A chronological narrative concerning ink and its backgrounds introducing incidental observations and deductions, parallels of time and color phenomena, bibliography, chemistry, poetical effusions, citations, anecdotes and curiosa together with some evidence respecting the evanescent character of most inks of to-day and an epitome of chemico-legal ink.

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User Review  - Karrie Higgins - Goodreads

I make my own inks, and this book has been an invaluable resource for reasons stated in the previous review by Teri Anderson. The rich history of ink in this book has also been a source of inspiration ... Read full review

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