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Two hundred years of American blown glass.

McKearin, Helen; & George S. McKearin.

Published by Crown Publishers, New York, 1958
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Ninth printing. First edition published in 1949. Illustrated throughout. "This beautifully designed book traces the development of blown glassmaking from colonial days to the modern industry it is today" (from the front flap). The then definitive work on the subject. 4to. xvi, [2 (1 blank)], 382 pp.; illus. Publisher's quarter cloth over paper boards. With a dust jacket, lightly foxed and with one short tear. Light foxing to paper edges. Old newspaper and magazine articles about American blown glass, laid in. Very good, in a very good dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 5077

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Title: Two hundred years of American blown glass.

Publisher: Crown Publishers, New York

Publication Date: 1958

Edition: 1st Edition

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