Warman's Depression Glass, 5th Ed by: Ellen Schroy (Identification & Prices)
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Warman's Depression Glass, 5th edition not only provides you with the tools you need to identify and make smart buying and selling decisions, it gives you an inside look at the history of this timeless style of collectible glass.
In this expanded fifth edition, you'll find:More than 550 color photos Glass from 170 different patterns Current values for each listing Line drawings of each pattern illustrating intricate details Thumbnail pattern guide for quick identification Special section on Depression glass fakes and reproductions by Mark Chervenka, renowned reproductions expert Tip sheets including company and color time lines, collector club information, glossary of glass terminology, and an index of patterns
Once a popular prize found in oatmeal boxes, and used by movie houses and gas stations as a free gift with purchase, the history of Depression glass is as diverse as the pieces themselves. Take the time to celebrate this classic collectible and its rich history with Warman's Depression Glass, 5th Edition.
Our Notes: Some of the makers covered in this guide include:Candlewick (Imperial) Federal Fenton Fire King Fostoria Hazel Atlas Hazel Ware Hocking Imperial Indiana Glass Jeanette L.E. Smith Lancaster Liberty Macbeth Evans McKee Morgantown New Martinsville Paden City U.S. Glass Westmoreland ..... Copyright 2009, Collector Bookstore 2009
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- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 11.25 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 3.56 pounds
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