Dutch Color Standard

Dutch Color Standard

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The Dutch Sugar Standard consisted of a set of glass jars, each containing a different sugar, that could be used to determine where a sample stood on the continuum from raw to refined. These two jars are No. 9 and No. 10 from the series of 1882.
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color standard
color standards
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National Museum of American History
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