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Great reference book filled with color, black and white photos and vintage catalog illustrations
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Imagine two friends antiquing at a local glass show, stopping at every table in their quest for rare 1920s and Depression era memorabilia. At the days end, they come together to tally their finds. One friend has a milk glass covered candy jardecorated and resting on a square basebut laments that it isnt mentioned in any reference guides to Depression glass. The other friend reveals an inscrutably plain sandwich traywith a center handle and a footbut remarks that this piece, also, has eluded the Depression glass authors. Disappointed, the two friends leave the show with their mysterious new finds safely tucked away. How could they know the makers of this rare glass before the dawning of a new book entitled Great American Glass? Adding to the historic work of Florence and Weatherman, this book will expand anyones knowledge of U.S. made glassware from the 1920s and 30s. Arranged alphabetically by company name, not only does the book feature the products of over 30 different glassmaking firms, each section discusses patterns, colors and decorations that were prevalent in glassware from this exciting and vivid time. Imagine that! Complete with 1998 price guide.About the Author:
James Measell began collecting Greentown glass when he was in graduate school in the late 1960s. His interest in research and his wifes knack for finding rare pieces made them quite a team. He has authored or edited several books on glass and glass history, and written many articles for the Glass Collectors Digest since 1987. A name associated with glass research for many years, Jim continues his book-a-year pace with the release of Great American Glass.
Berry Wiggins has co-authored several books pertaining to glass research. His presence has been known in he glass collecting field for many years, as a participant in various glass clubs, an advisor on glass books and a diligent researcher. His specialty is digging through trade journals and factory records, photocopying old advertisements and other historical data to file away for future reference. As a result, his work has produced a wealth of information. His endless curiosity and determination give him the reputation of a solid authority on Depression era glassware.
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Book Description Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, 1998. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st. 1998-1999 Value Guide laid-in. Seller Inventory # 27075
Book Description Antique Publishers, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1570800499
Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Shows some edge/corner wear from shelving/storage. Includes separate Value Guide insert. Unstated Book 1. 1998 Copyright Date, 208 pages, 8.5 x 11 in size, Paperback. Out-of-Print. Nice Color and Black/White Photos! From a bookseller's unsold backstock. Minimal wear from shelving/storage. Inside pages are in Unused Condition with no tears and with no notations (no pencil marks, no underlining, no highlighting, etc.) EXCEPT as noted. Price sticker at barcode area on back cover. Seller Inventory # GS - UPD40
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