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Title: Flue Covers Collector's Value Guide
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Flue covers were designed to conceal the unattractive hole that remained when a heating stove was taken out of a home during warm weather. They were usually a colorful litho print with various subjects, sandwiched between a piece of glass and a piece of cardboard, held together by a narrow metal rim made of such materials as tin or brass. They were found in nearly every home from the 1890s through 1930s, and could be purchased in dime stores. There has been a great need for a resource that will educate dealers and collectors. Flue Covers - Collector's Value Guide is here to meet this need. With chapters on angels, animals, cherubs, children, flowers, fruit, and much more, this book will be of great interest in many areas of collecting. There is even a helpful section showing other items that are often confused with flue covers. Nearly 300 sharp color pictures are accompanied by a number, size, current collector value, and other important information.1998 values. REVIEW: Lawrence Tully has been studying Indian artifacts for over 50 years and he put all this knowledge into his books. This is the second of his books to be published, and it's a handy pocket guide for collectors. Hundreds of black and white photographs fill the pages of this quick reference.
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