ANTIQUE GLASS BOOK FOR PLEASURE INVESTMENT
GEOFFREY WILLS, 1972
Old :;English Glass is as good an investment as any other antique -indeed, its value is even greater here in the United States -and is found by many people to give great pleasure to the collector and large profits to the dealer. Of course, in order to receive the best value from antique glass, it is necessary to have some knowledge of this subject, and this pook provides a sound body of basic information on antique glass from England. Armed with the knowledge gained from this book, the readel:-w”iUbe abl~ to discriminate between the good, mediocre, and bad, and will thus be able to form a worthwhile collection. Great care has been taken to ensure that the illustrations, including virtually all of the color and black and white photographs, have not been p:reviously published any- where. Both its lucid and informative text and the many striking illustrations make this book a perfect addition to the libraries of all who are interested in glass.
EX LIBRARY WITH EXPECTED MARKINGS, NO RIPS, NO TEARS, BINDING TIGHT, SOME SHELF WEAR, DUSTJACKET IS COVERED WITH MYLAR