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Glass Books

Elegant Glass with Corn Flower: Imperial Candlewick, Heisey, Tiffin & More by Walter T. Lemiski

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The Newest Corn Flower book with over 500 color images. Working on some of the finest elegant glass of the depression era, W.J. Hughes added his own creativity by cutting it with his
popular Corn Flower pattern. Depression Glass and Elegant Glass dealers and collectors finally have the full color, indispensable identification and price guide for Corn Flower. Over double the
previously identified companies who supplied Hughes are documented in this volume. They include Cambridge, Duncan Miller, Fostoria, Heisey, Imperial, Indiana, Jeannette, Lancaster,
New Martinsville, Paden City, Tiffin, and more. This invaluable volume provides the first major appraisal of the Candlewick-Corn Flower connection, complete with original documentation.
Also included is the entire 1938 Corn Flower catalog and images of W.J. Hughes creating the Corn Flower cut. Lovely to look at and interesting to read, this book is worthy of inclusion in any
library of collectible vintage glassware. $29.95 U.S./$39 CDN + Post
Email: walt@waltztime.com for your signed copy from the author.


Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, Gene Florence

3,4,5,6 or 7th editions $29


Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, Gene Florence

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8,9,10 or 11th editions $25


Pocket Guide to Depression Glass, Gene Florence

6,7,8th editions $15


Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era

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1st, 3rd, 4th or 6th editions $25


Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years, Gene Florence

3rd or 4th editions $29


Glass Animals of the Depression Era, Gene Florence

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A tough book to locate. Very worthwhile coverage.
Now out of print. $35


Depression Glass, Stout

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1st, 2nd or 3rd edition $22 each


Glassware from the 40s 50s 60s, Gene Florence

1st edition $29


Art Glass Nouveau, Lee Grover

in original slip box $75


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