[Batch book no. 8].

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Louis Heidt & Son.
177 pages ; 20 cm
Other Authors: 
Walter, Jean Nicolas.
Heidt, Louis, 1835-1901.
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Range 12, Bay 2, Shelf 3, Louis Heidt collection, Box 2
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Batch book.
Journal with black cover has small label on upper right corner with "no. 8" written in red ink. Pages 4-6, 32-49, 53-173 are blank.
This item is part of the Louis Heidt collection.
Louis Heidt collection
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2015.
This batch book includes many recipes transcribed from Batch book no. 4 (CMGL BIB 144831).
Compositions of white glasses and glassworks of all hues and varieties of color and good recipes by Jean Nicolas Walter (3 p.) --
Here are different compositions of ordinary glasses: no. 1 ; No. 2, for drugstore phials --
No. 4 , ordinary glass, common glass for lamps and bottoms --
White ; Heavy blue ; Sky blue ; Green --
Blue ; Lilac blue ; Amber --
Amber ; Black ; Purple ; Green --
Another green ; Green ; Double green (for doublet) --
Blue sapphire ; Double blue (for doublet, for coating ware #I); Blue to make twists in vases and pharmacy jars ; Sky blue ; Yellow amber --
Jaspite (marble color) ; Copper red ; Yellow glass --
Gold red ; Green, sea water ; Amythest or purple lilac --
Paris red --
Brown or brick color ; Ordinary crystal for moulding and cutting --
Another composition for crystal done at South Ferry for moulding ; The best quality of crystal --
Crystal for doublets --
Ordinary soda crystal ; Ordinary glass without lead --
Ordinary glass for chimneys and lamps ; Ordinary crystal for lamp glasses --
Canary, beautiful yellow color ; White glass, opaque --
Tender white opal --
Opaque blue ; Alabaster (rice paste) --
Alabaster clear blue ; Alabaster green orient ; Blue opal ; Red opal --
Other opal ; Ordinary amethyst ; Beautiful green color --
Ordinary green ; French enameled white --
Turquoise color of birds eggs ; Another turquoise ; Golden ruby, fine color for doublet --
White opal ; For yellow canary --
No. I ivory cane small pot (date stamped Nov 11 1912) ; Strong cobalt blue cane (small pot) (date stamped Nov 11 1912) ; Greenwald brown spall pot (date stamped Nov 20 1912) --
Wenatland ivory canes small pot (date stamped Nov 20 1912) --
Glass receipts tried at Mr. Bachs house for jewels. This is our original ruby batch (2 p., dated July 15, 17 and July 26, 17) --
Golden ruby taken from Walters receipts ; Sea green or green sea water composition #4 from Walters receipt --
Owe Sacks 3 hundred dollars --
Owe Sacks on wages frome September --
Ancient & new weights used in this book.
Glass recipe books