Since the first edition of Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass was released in 1972, it has been America's #1 bestselling glass book. Gene and Cathy Florence now present this completely revised seventeenth edition with 156 patterns and almost 400 beautiful color photographs. With the assistance of several nationally known dealers, this ...
Since the first edition of Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass was released in 1972, it has been America's #1 bestselling glass book. Gene and Cathy Florence now present this completely revised seventeenth edition with 156 patterns and almost 400 beautiful color photographs. With the assistance of several nationally known dealers, this book illustrates, as well as realistically prices, items in demand. Dealing primarily with the glass made from the 1920s through the end of the 1930s, this beautiful reference book contains stunning color photographs, vintage catalog pages, updated values, and a special section on reissues and fakes. In addition, for the first time all the pieces in the photographs are identified and cross-referenced with their listings. This dependable information comes from years of research, experience, fellow dealers and collectors, and millions of miles traveled by full-time glass dealers Gene and Cathy Florence, America's leading glassware authorities. 2006 values.
Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "Depression Glass as defined in this book is the colored glassware made primarily during the Depression years in the colors of amber, blue, black, crystal, grren, pink, red, yellow and white. There are other colors and some glass made before, as well as after, this time, but primarily, the glass within this book was made from the 1920's through the end of the 1930's. This book is mostly concerned with the inexpensively made dinnerware turned out by machine in quantity and sold smaller stores or given away as promotional or premium items for other products of that time. " This book has 223 pages and is profusely illustrated.
Book was in new condition; would buy from this seller again.
Jun 1, 2007
A Wonderful Guide
Everyone seems to think they know all about Depression Glass because they saw things their grandmother had around the kitchen, but Gene Florence puts it in perspective with this book. He has highlighted the more common patterns and makers and provided a "must have" book for anyone who buys, sells or collects!
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