new fourth edition is an indispensable resource for anyone who finds themselves captivated by these delightful little creatures. It features approximately 2,900 bisque figurines, including 250 new pieces. Many new Disney items have been added along with one of a kind pieces from several presidential libraries including those of George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Each figurine is pictured in color and includes item number, date of issue, availability, and current market value. Space is still provided to record the purchase price and date for each piece. This book remains the most comprehensive guide on the market to these darling collectibles.
Item #8052 € ISBN: 978-1-57432-640-6
8 x 11 € 336 Pgs. € PB € $24.95
Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass (12th Edition) by Mike Carwile
The twelfth edition of Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass introduces nearly 100 new patterns and 300 replacement photographs, bringing this edition’s total to over 2,000 colorful patterns. Grading information as well as a section on base/feet identification are included, plus, an all-new section on miniatures. The bound-in price guide includes virtually every piece of carnival glass ever made with prices given for various colors in each pattern. A multitude of both American and foreign companies are represented, and brief histories of companies such as Dugan, Fenton, Imperial, Northwood, Cambridge, Westmoreland, Fostoria, Heisey, McKee, Jeannette, and the U.S. Glass Company are included.
Item #8047 € ISBN: 978-1-57432-635-2
8 x 11 € 416 Pgs. € Hb € $29.95
Collecting Costume Jewelry 202 The Basics of Dating Jewelry, (2nd Edition) by Julia C. Carroll
More than just a fresh new cover, this updated edition is bursting with material not seen before. The charts listing the design patent numbers have been replaced by over 2,300 selected design patent drawings organized in easy-to-reference groups. Over 200 new and updated photographs have been added, including an expanded section on Boucher jewelry. Some of the mystery about Regency Jewels is revealed through an interesting and informative interview with the nephew of Raymond Albertieri who managed every aspect of Regency Jewels from the late 1940s through 1972. Already packed with 160 vintage advertisements, this new edition includes a dozen additional ads for makers like Ciner, Boucher, Haskell, Bogoff, Trifari, Mazer, Castlecliff, Whiting and Davis, and Judy Lee. Every value in the book has been reviewed and updated.
Item #8050 € ISBN: 978-1-57432-638-3
8 x 11 € 480 Pgs. € pb € $24.95
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