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The file contains: ; a) an autograph letter of four pages written in Paris on 25 March 1779 to Giovanni Fabbroni, written together with Hilaire Marin Rouelle concerning the methods of Bryan Higgins and experiments of Bergman with diamonds. ; b) Extrait des Registres de l'academie Royale des Sciences du 17 mars 1787: a handwritten text of 25 pages describing the black dyeing method of Dimo Stephanopoli, signed at the Louvre by Cadet, Cornette, Beaumé, and D'Arcet. This handwritten copy was approved on 9 May 1788.

Title Jean D'Arcet.
Co-Author Jean d' Arcet 1725-1801
Creation Date 1779-1788
Notes File Record
Catalog of the Sidney M. Edelstein Collection (1981) no: 2554
Detailed description in Moshe Ron: Bibliotheca Tinctoria. Catalog of the Sidney M. Edelstein Collection (1991), no 1152
Jean D'Arcet (1724-1801), French chemist, and director of the porcelain works at Sèvres.
Host Item Sidney M. Edelstein Autographs and Documents Collection
Language French
Call Number ARC. 4* 1982 1 37
System Number 990039023890205171
Links Jean D'Arcet.

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