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2 Book Set: Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Vol 1 & 3 by James Measell

2 Book Set: Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Vol 1 & 3
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3 Volume Set - Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Vol. 1, 2 & 3 by: James Measell
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Author: James Measell
Binding: Soft Cover
Copyright: 1995
Pages: 493
Size: 8.5 x 11 in.


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Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry.

NOTE: This a set of two books, Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volumes one and three. Two volumes packed with information and photos featuring art glass, animal figurines, covered dishes, and patterns. Patterns A - Cane and M - Z. This series is out of print. Quantities are limited to our "on hand" stock in this title.

Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume 1 A- Cane

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Imperial Glass produced millions of items, many un-attributed by collectors today. Imperial did it all -- blowing, pressing, cutting, etching, and more.

This first volume is packed with information and photos featuring art glass, animal figurines, covered dishes, and patterns whose names begin with A, B, and C (through Cane, including Candlewick). About 1,000 pieces are shown in color (including ad/catalog reprints), plus hundreds of other items in black and white.

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Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume 3 M-Z

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Six years after collectors expanded their knowledge of Imperial glass with Volume II, Imperial Glass Encyclopedia, Volume III will encompass all remaining information. Readers will find the massively researched and documented third volume a must to complete their Imperial glass library.

Imperial Glass Corporation, (1901-1984), had a long and prolific reign. Exactly 1,236 pieces of Imperial glass are pictured in color in this volume alone; the entire set displays more than 3,150 in color as well as many more in black and white.

A cumulative index for all three volumes is included. Subjects are arranged alphabetically, so researchers will be able to locate their favorite type or piece easily, from Mint Green Satin to White Carnival Glass. Collectors may also focus on topics which receive special attention, such as Milk Glass and Slag Glass and items made for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This book has 267 pages; they are numbered 495-762, as part of the three volume set.

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