Manual of Map Reading, Photo Reading and Field Sketching 1929

Reeves’ “Duraplast” (Registered) Modelling Paste“ DURAPLAST ”is anew modelling medium and one which is particularly suited for making raised maps and for demonstrating the general principles of map making. -c DURAPLAST ”is a paste with a consistency somewhat like butter but which hardens 24 to 48 hours after ex­posure to the air it can easily be softened down again, and a model commenced to-day can be completed in a day or a week or a month, or the model can be broken up and the material used again. c c DURAPLAST ”can be painted with ordinary water colours and only a coat of varnish is needed to turn the model into a permanent record. c c DURAPLAST ”can be used for all sorts of purposes, such as building model trench systems, gun emplace­ments, etc. We shall be very pleased to send you a sample tin. REEVES &SONS, Ltd., Dalston, London, E.8
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