Glassware produced in the United States since the 1820s remains a top field of collecting interest. This new edition covers all the major categories ... Show synopsis Glassware produced in the United States since the 1820s remains a top field of collecting interest. This new edition covers all the major categories of American glass with in-depth listings for top categories such as Carnival glass, Depression glass and Pattern glass. In addition, dozens of other categories provide detailed listings for a myriad of glasswares from dozens of companies. Detailed and well-illustrated listings cover a spectrum of glass. Early wares to the widely popular collectible glass produced during the past 60 years are all represented. All collectors and dealers will find this guide indispensable. Its compact size and comprehensive content make it a handy resource for all glass lovers. Features: 304 pages of price listings, drawings of typical glass forms and a helpful glossary of terms and appendices; 600 black-and-white photographs highlighting the 9,000 entries; special 16-page colour section with 50 colour photographs; detailed descriptions of each item listed; Comprehensive index, carefully cross-referenced for easy use.