by Gene Florence
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Hardcover - 240 pages 14th edition (August
Since the first edition was released in 1972, Collector's Encyclopedia of
Depression Glassware has been America's #1 bestselling book on the subject.
Dealing primarily with the glass made from the 1920s through the end of the
1930s, this complete reference to the collectible patterns of Depression glass
includes updated values, accurate prices, and a special section on reissues and
fakes. Color photos.
This completely revised, enlarged edition of America's #1 bestselling book on
Depression glass deals primarily with the glass made from the 1920s through
the end of the '30s. With the assistance of several nationally-known dealers, the
book illustrates, as well as realistically prices, those items most in demand.
this 14th edition is a must for every collector
Reviewer: email@example.com from Wallingford, Connecticut August
The 14th edition has a new color column system that makes the price guide
even easier to read. Whether you're a serious investor or have a casual interest
in the beautiful depression era glassware, this is the book you will turn to first,
and probably most often. Many patterns, nice descriptions, accurate market
values, Mr Florence is considered THE EXPERT among the depression glass
community in my area. A fine reference which is a visual pleasure. If you are
considering investing in depression glass, invest in this book first. You will make
the purchase price back: probably with your first transaction.
I have found this reference an INDISPENSIBLE tool.
Reviewer: Tom Campo/Owner (InternetAntiques@Yahoo.com) from
New York, USA July 7, 1999
I can't say enough about this reference. The pictures are Awesome, the prices
are right on the mark and the patterns are WELL represented. I have used this
book EVERY day since it arrived in my mailbox over a year ago. If you purchase
only one book on the subject this is the one to buy.
One of his best! Don't miss books by this author!
Reviewer: A reader from Florida, USA May 9, 1999
I think this is the book I like the most from Gene Florence. Lots of pictures. Well
done. My collectibles library would be incomplete without this book. You will
thumb through it time after time once you have read it cover to cover.
Excellant tool for Depression Glass novice or collector
Reviewer: A reader from Wisconsin,USA January 3, 1999
I am really impressed with the easy to read and understand profiles of each
pattern & items. The book is very thorough, including what items, colors, sizes,
prices and general availability. A must have for anyone with any interest in
Depression Glass. Pictures are well displayed, so that patterns are recognizable
when out looking. I especially reviewed the repro section which is very