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Glass Tumblers 1860s to 1920s Identification & value Guide

Glass Tumblers 1860s to 1920s Identification & value Guide


More than 800 opalescent, imitation cut, 'Daisy & Button,' figural, hobnail, opaque, iridized, smoot

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Artikelcode: 5771

 

Glass Tumblers 1860s to 1920s Identification & value Guide
288 pages
color photos
Hard cover
28 x 22 cm
English

This book helps readers gain an understanding of the different techniques of manufacture and gives a feel for the variety of tumblers produced. Both pressed and blown tumblers are examined, and those made between the close of the Civil War and the beginning of World War I are the major focus of the book. A brief history of tumblers is provided along with the origin of the name 'tumbler.' More than 800 opalescent, imitation cut, 'Daisy & Button,' figural, hobnail, opaque, iridized, smooth, multicolored and single colored, polka dot, and many more types of tumblers appear in full-color photographs in this indispensable resource. There are even a helpful glossary, index, and appendices featuring factories that made glass and glass combines and their members.