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e-Book Depression Glass for Collectors epub download

Author: Robert Brenner
ISBN: 0764306707
Pages: 176 pages
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Ltd (September 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Size ePUB: 1724 kb
Size Fb2: 1840 kb
Size DJVU: 1805 kb
Rating: 4.1
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e-Book Depression Glass for Collectors epub download

by Robert Brenner



Depression Glass for Collectors Hardcover – September 1, 1998. While Bob Brenner has been a leading authority on holiday collectibles, he long ago started collecting Depression glass as well.

Depression Glass for Collectors Hardcover – September 1, 1998. by. Robert Brenner (Author). Recognizing its beauty in both pattern and color, Bob started seeking more information about this elegant tableware. While his main devotion was to Christmas, he amassed thousands of pieces to be displayed in his home in the months when the Brenners were not decorated for holidays. Of course, Royal Ruby is displayed every Christmas and Valentine's Day.

Depression Glass for Collectors book. Once given as a premium for purchasing a product or given.

Depression Glass for Collectors. Hundreds of glass pieces photographed in full color are accompanied by a price guide to help the collector determine the current value for these colorful and elegant pieces. Anyone who has ever found a piece of Depression glass in a relative’s house, seen pieces at an antique show, or been attracted by its design and color, will find this book fascinating.

Recently hailed as one of the top collectibles sought on the Internet, Depression Glass has attracted the interest of many young enthusiasts.

Depression Glass: A Collector's Guide The Depression Glass Collectors Price Guide Marian Klamkin 1974 Vintage PB Book. DEPRESSION GLASS FOR COLLECTORS by Robert Brenner.

Depression Glass: A Collector's Guide. Customs services and international tracking provided. New listing The Collectors Guide To Depression Glass Klamkin 1973. The Depression Glass Collectors Price Guide Marian Klamkin 1974 Vintage PB Book.

Depression glass is clear or colored translucent machine made glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, in the United States and Canada around the time of the Great Depression. Depression glass is called such because collectors generally associate mass-produced glassware found in pink, yellow, crystal, or green with the years surrounding the Great Depression in America. Robert Brenner is an American professor and lecturer, as well as a writer. Recently hailed as one of the top collectibles sought on the Internet, Depression Glass has attracted the interest of many young enthusiasts.

DEPRESSION GLASS FOR COLLECTORS by Robert Brenner. ESTATE FIND Collector's Guide DEPRESSION GLASS BOOK.

Depression Glass Collectors has 10,606 members. We would love to find a great home for all of this. This group is for lovers of Depression Glass, Early American Pressed Glass and Cut Glass. Us kids have taken in the pieces that are sentimental with us and there are still hundreds left! There are some nice collections such as Shirley Temple glasses and pitchers and sailboats. Not having dealt with this before we have no idea of the value and he would like to sell it as a lot if he could rather than piece by piece. Any recommendations as to what our next steps could be?

Once given as a premium for purchasing a product or given as a gift for buying a movie ticket during the harsh years of the Depression, this colored glassware of green, yellow, pink, blue, and other hues is now avidly collected by countless Americans. Recently hailed as one of the top collectibles sought on the Internet, Depression Glass has attracted the interest of many young enthusiasts. From Adam to Windsor, readers of this book will soon become familiar with these pattern names as well as gain a richer appreciation of this tableware's history and its value today. Very inexpensive when first produced, Depression Glassware was America's early experimentation with the mold-etched method for producing pattern glass. Today collectors recognize the beauty and creativity of the glass artisans during this period. Whether a beginning or a veteran collector, some very exciting discoveries await the reader as the pages are turned. Hundreds of glass pieces photographed in full color are accompanied by a price guide to help the collector determine the current value for these colorful and elegant pieces. Anyone who has ever found a piece of Depression glass in a relative's house, seen pieces at an antique show, or been attracted by its design and color, will find this book fascinating.
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The book was returned but never received my refund. I kept the used one and I do like the book. I dopn't need to.
Fog
After looking over this book, I find that the author does not show a grasp of the patterns he is writing about. His pictures do not agree with the pattern he is writing about. See the picture for Jubilee. (it is not Jubilee) Should have rechecked before book was printed.