The Common Commercial Timbers of India, and their uses.
Calcutta: Government of India, Central Publication Branch, 1929. Hardcover. ii, 153p., illustrated with b&w photographs, diagrams and tables, hardbound in 9x5.5 inch green cloth boards gilt. Covers bear splotchy discolorations, front hinge opens strangely but is holding well enough, find a loopy ownership signature on front free endpaper (repeated at p.100), a peculiar but rather compelling treatment; does India still have forests? Some of the binding threads are a little loose but on the whole a sufficiently handleable copy to be termed "good"
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