Series: Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology

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Care and Conservation of Geological Material: Minerals, Rocks, Meteorites and Lunar Finds (Butterworth - Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by Frank Howie
Conservation and Exhibitions: Packing, Transport, Storage, and Environmental Considerations (Butterworth - Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by Nathan Stolow
The Conservation and Restoration of Ceramics (Butterworth - Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by Susan Buys
Conservation of Furniture (Butterworth - Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by Shayne Rivers
Conservation of Ruins (Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology) by John Ashurst
Materials for Conservation (Butterworths Series in Conservation and Museology) by C V Horie
The museum environment by Garry Thomson
The Organic Chemistry of Museum Objects by John S. Mills
Safety in museums and galleries by F. Howie
Textile Conservation: Advances in Practice by Frances Lennard
The Textile Conservator's Manual by Sheila Landi

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