This book highlights chocolate molds, and particularly focuses on the designs made by the Anton Reiche Company. The histories of chocolate making, the chocolate mold, and the Anton Reiche Factory are provided, and more than 900 color photographs with information, ephemera, and catalog pages fill the massive photo gallery. Rare interior factory photographs, an interview with the great-granddaughter of master mold maker Anton Reiche, and chocolate-related memorabilia fill the pages of this collector's guide. After reading this book, collectors will appreciate chocolate molds not only for their monetary value, but as heirloom objects of art. 2004 values. REVIEW: This book is a companion to the Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass, 9th Edition, but can also stand alone as a handy reference guide to take along on your glass searches. Thousands of patterns, from Absentee Dragon to Zip Zip, are included, with all available colors and values listed.
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