Seventeen Books on Antique Glass
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2631B
- Date / Time :
- January 12, 2013 10:00AM
Seventeen Books on Antique Glass, Chats on Old Glass, by R.A. Robertson, 1969; Glass from the Antiques and their Values series, compiled by Tony Curtis, 1978; The Observer's Book of Glass, by Mary and Geoffrey Payton, 1976; Antique Glass for Pleasure and Investment, by Geoffrey Wills, 1972; The Hallmarks of Antique Glass, by R. Wilkinson, 1968; Le Soufflage du Verre: Art Perdu et Retrouve, by Jean Vallieres, 1979; The Country Life Book of Glass, by Frank Davis, 1966; The Encyclopedia of Glass, edited by Phoebe Phillips, 1981; The Collector's Dictionary of Glass, by E.M. Elville, 1961; Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass, by Helen and George S. McKearin, 1966; Glass, by Geoffrey Wills, 1975; Old Glass European and American, by N. Hudson Moore, 1924; The Book of Wine Antiques, by Robin Butler and Gillian Walkling, 1986; Phaidon Guide to Glass, by Felice Mehlman, 1982; An Illustrated Dictionary of Glass, by Harold Newman, 1977; Old Glass and How To Collect It, by J. Sydney Lewis, 1928; American Glass, edited by Marvin D. Schwartz and Robert E. DiBartolomeo, 1972.
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