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A Diderot Pictoral Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry, Volume 1

by Denis Diderot

Other authors: Charles Coulston Gillispie (Editor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486274284, Paperback)

First paperbound edition of 485 remarkable plates (over 2,000 illustrations) that accompanied landmark work of the Enlightenment. Sharply detailed royalty-free images depict agriculture, military science, metalwork, mining, textile manufacture, masonry, carpentry, much more. Invaluable resource for art and craft use. Introduction and detailed captions by Charles C. Gillispie. Bibliography.

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