On this page are the 133 titles about glass that are available on our shelves at Ray Boas, Bookseller in Walpole, New Hampshire on July 25, 2016.  And here is how to order any of them. Thank you, RAY

1. CHINA & GLASSWARE 1925, Antiques Research Publ., Mentone, AL, 1968, B&W illustrations, 34pp, good, wraps (softcover), Pages reproduced from the pages of Butler Brother's Midwinter catalog of 1925. Catalog #2233., (Order No: 54297 ), $10.00

2. FRY'S ART GLASS (CATALOG NO. 12), H. C. Fry Glass Company, Rochester, PA, n.d. c1930s, B&W illustrations, 18pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Quality reprint of this catalogue., (Order No: 51407 ), $15.00

3. FENTON: THE THIRD 25 YEARS COMPREHENSIVE PRICE GUIDE, n.p., n.p., n.d. c1990, 56pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 51867 ), $6.50

4. LOAN EXHIBITION OF EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FURNITURE & GLASS - GIRL SCOUTS LOAN EXHIBITION CATALOGUE 1929, Hillman Printers (Frome Ltd), England, (1977) reprint, B&W illustrations, good+, light blue cloth (hardcover), ISBN 093008800X Reprint of the scarce "Girl Scouts Exhibition Catalog". This exhibit in 1929 included: "Examples of Lustre Ware, Lowestoft, and Toile de Jouy used in America during these periods. Portraits by Stuart, Peale and Others". This was a benefit exhibition at the American Art Galleries in New York City from September 25th to October 9th 1929. It is this exhibit that preciptated a collecting awareness for these periods., (Order No: 6355 ), $85.00

5. PERSONAL PATTERN GLASS INVENTORY BOOK, Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1982), very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 089145196X, (Order No: 62938 ), $6.00

6. STEUBEN CRYSTAL IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS, Steuben Glass, New York, (1985), B&W illustrations, fine, blue cloth (hardcover) with original acetate cover, A collection of Steuben Glass that has been created for unique gifts to royalty and to heads of state throughout the world., (Order No: 52403 ), $6.00

7. A. H. Heisey & Co., HEISEY'S GLASSWARE - PRESSED WARE CATALOGUE NO. 109, L-W Promotions, Gas City, IN, 1974, B&W illustrations, 152pp, very good, spiral bound wraps (softcover), Quality reprint of this catalogue, with reprint of the 6 page "Price Guide for Pressed Ware Catalogue No. 109" laid in., (Order No: 54642 ), $15.00

8. Bailey, Shirley R., BOTTLE TOWN - [MILLVILLE, NEW JERSEY] -- [BOTTLETOWN], published by the author, Millville, NJ, (1968) 3rd ptg, B&W illustrations, 100pp, good+, wraps (softcover), A history of New Jersey glass and bottle making with contents including: Basic Glassmaking Facts; Early New Jersey Glasshouses; Early Bottles; and, Grouping of Bottles., (Order No: 58770 ), $15.00

9. Barlow, Raymond E.; and Kaiser, Joan E. (edited by Lloyd C. Nickerson), A GUIDE TO SANDWICH GLASS WITCH BALLS, CONTAINERS AND TOYS - (WITH PRICE GUIDE BOUND IN), Schiffer Publishing Ltd., West Chester, PA, (1987) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, very good++, wraps (softcover) faint corner bump, ISBN 0887400833 FAINT CORNER BUMP, (Order No: 60059 ), $10.00

10. Barret, Richard Carter, BLOWN AND PRESSED AMERICAN GLASS, Bennington Museum, Bennington, VT, 1967 2nd ptg, 14 color plates, very good, stiff pages, spiral bound, First published in 1966. All items illustrated are from the famous Channing Hare-Mountfort Coolidge Collection and the extensive collection of May K. and Joseph W. Limric on display at The Bennington Museum. Page of text opposite each color plate., (Order No: 15369 ), $5.00

11. Beard, Geoffrey W. (foreword by E. Barrington Haynes), NINETEENTH CENTURY CAMEO GLASS, Ceramic Book Company, Monmouthshire, Eng., 1956 1st ed, 4 color plates, 94 B&W figs., 149pp, very good, orange cloth, teg (hardcover), First edition limited to 750 copies., (Order No: 1015 ), $40.00

12. Beard, Geoffrey, INTERNATIONAL MODERN GLASS, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, (1976) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 264pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) few closed tears on dj, ISBN 0684159341 The history of glass contains many notable landmarks and achievements. This book charts those of more recent times opening with the late 19th century., (Order No: 51591 ), $14.50

13. Becker, Vivienne (text by); principal photography by John Bigelow Taylor, SWAROVSKI: THE MAGIC OF CRYSTAL, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Pub., New York, (1995), 119 ill. incl. 82 in color, 158pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0810944545 In this lavishly illustrated book, jewelry historian Vivienne Becker traces the history of the company--from its earliest days as a pioneer in the production of mechanically cut and polished crystal stones, its entry into stylish Paris couture society in the 1920s and 1930s, when such fashion greats as Christian Dior and Elsa Schiaparelli came to Swarovski for advice (and gemstones), and on through the years, with special focus on the company's popular crystal menagerie, introduced in 1976 with a faceted crystal mouse, only one inch tall., (Order No: 19449 ), $8.50

14. Bedford, John, ENGLISH CRYSTAL GLASS - COLLECTORS' PIECES SERIES, Walker and Company, New York, (1967), B&W illustrations, 64pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 42579 ), $5.00

15. Bickerton, L. M., EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH DRINKING GLASSES: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK, (2000), B&W illustrations, 431pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1851493514 With a Bibliography of English Glass by D. Robert Elleray., (Order No: 63683 ), $475.00

16. Blumenstein, Lynn, BOTTLE RUSH U.S.A. - THE STORY OF OUR HISTORIC PAST THROUGH OLD TIME BOTTLES, Old Time Bottle Publ. Co., Salem, OR, (1966), B&W illustrations, 184pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 59003 ), $5.00

17. Boggess, Bill and Boggess, Louise, REFLECTIONS ON AMERICAN BRILLIANT CUT GLASS WITH VALUE GUIDE, Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA, (1995), B&W and color illustrations, 256pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) closed tear on dj, ISBN 0887407226, (Order No: 62994 ), $45.00

18. Bones, Francis, COLLECTIBLES OF THE DEPRESSION, Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, IA, 1971, B&W illustrations, 96pp, good+, wraps (softcover), Essentially a presentation of glassware and some chinaware from the depression era., (Order No: 43866 ), $5.00

19. Brahmer, Bonnie J. (signed by the author), CUSTARD GLASS, published by the author, Springfield, MO, (1967) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 63pp, good+, spiral bound wraps (softcover), First printed in 1966., (Order No: 28401 ), $6.00

20. Bredehoft, Neila and Bredehoft, Tom, HOBBS, BROCKUNIER & CO., GLASS - IDENTIFICATION AND VALUE GUIDE, Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1997), B&W and color illustrations, 173pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0891457801 Contents include: The History of Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.; The People; The Colors; Color List and Descriptions; The Evolution of Color and Decorations; Extracts from William Leighton's Color Notes; The Patterns; The Lighting; Chandeliers; Candlesticks; Lamps; Globes and Shades; Miscellaneous; Confusing Patterns and Pieces; and, Bibliography., (Order No: 51336 ), $15.00

21. Bredehoft, Neila, HEISEY ROSE, Heisey Collectors of America, Newark, OH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 24pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Complete Listing of Pieces - Profusely Illustrated - History of the Etching - History of the Heisey Co., (Order No: 52457 ), $10.00

22. Bredehoft, Neila and Bredehoft, Tom, VICTORIAN NOVELTIES & FIGURALS - GEO. DUNCAN & SONS, Cherry Hill Publications, St. Louisville, OH, (1989), B&W illustrations, 51pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Contents include: Duncan Novelties; Duncan Colords; History of Geo. Duncan & Sons; Novelties; Figural From Major Patterns; Patents. Laid in is a price guide sheet for the glass items illustrated., (Order No: 60056 ), $20.00

23. Brooks, Robin, THE PORTLAND VASE: THE EXTRAORDINARY ODYSSEY OF A MYSTERIOUS ROMAN TREASURE, HarperCollins Publishers, New York, (2004), B&W illustrations, 250pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0060510994 A great romp through history with this fragile, enigmatic vessel, which has touched the lives of an array of compelling characters., (Order No: 48005 ), $5.00

24. Bucovala, M., VASE ANTICE DE STICLA LA TOMIS - [ANTIQUE GLASS DISHES AT TOMIS], Muzeul de Archeologie, Constanta, (1968), B&W illustrations, 174pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 60161 ), $20.00

25. Burkholder, John R., and O'Connor D. Thomas, KEMPLE GLASS 1945-1970, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, 1997, B&W and color illustrations, 160pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) small bump to top corner, ISBN 157080009X SMALL BUMP TOP CORNER - Contents include: the Kemple Story; Mannington Art Glass Purchases; The Tuska Purchases; New Life for McKee Molds; Kemple in Color; Miscellaneious Mold Purchases; The Wheaton Story; and Catalog Page Reprints., (Order No: 51381 ), $8.50

26. Burns, Charles, GLASS CUP PLATES: A GUIDE TO COLLECTORS, Burns Antique Shop, Philadelphia, PA, 1921, B&W illustrations, 16pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63258 ), $12.50

27. Charon, Mural K. and Mareska, John C. (photography by), LUDWIG (LUDVIK) MOSER, KING OF GLASS: A TREASURE CHEST OF PHOTOGRAPHS AND HISTORY - LUDWIG MOSER, Charon/Ferguson, Hillsdale, MI, (1984), B&W and color illustrations, 111pp, very good++, pictorial boards (hardcover) inscribed by author, ISBN 0917231007 Fully illustrated in color, including glass colors, signatures, dimensions, and designs. With 1988 Price Guide laid in., (Order No: 45632 ), $30.00

28. Cohen, Wilfred R. (foreword by), THE C. F. MONROE CO. MANUFACTURERS OF RICH CUT GLASS - WAVE CREST GEMS - WEDDING & HOLIDAY NOVELTIES, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (1999), B&W illustrations, 176pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800715 A quality reprint of the 1902-1903 catalog., (Order No: 64975 ), $7.50

29. Compiled by the Editors of the Pyne Press for the American Historical Catalog Collection, PENNSYLVANIA GLASSWARE, 1870-1904, The Pyne Press, Princeton, NJ, (1972 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 156pp, very good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0878610235 Brought together in one volume are the original illustrations of hundreds of representative glass items manufactured in Pennsylvania. Examples are from the following company catalogs: Cascade Glass Works, 1870, Phoenix Glass Co., 1893, The Agnew Co., 1984, T.B. Clark & Co., 1896, United States Glass Co., 1904., (Order No: 1779 ), $20.00

30. Courter, J. W., ALLADIN COLLECTORS MANUAL & PRICE GUIDE #19, published by the author, Kevil, KY, 2000, B&W illustrations, 52pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 09992919205, (Order No: 52456 ), $20.00

31. Daniel, Dorothy, CUT AND ENGRAVED GLASS 1771-1905: THE COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO AMERICAN WARES, M. Barrows and Co., Inc., New York, (1971) 8th ptg, 163 B&W plates, 441pp, good+ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 1014 ), $6.00

32. Davis, Frank, CONTINENTAL GLASS - FROM ROMAN TO MODERN TIMES, Praeger Publishers, New York, (1972), B&W illustrations, 125pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), One hundred and fifty delectable photographs enhance this history of European glass manufacture from imperial Rome to modern times., (Order No: 50970 ), $7.00

33. Deboni, Franco (introduction by Dan Klein), VENINI GLASS [ON DUSTJACKET] - VENINI GLASSWARE [ON TITLE PAGE], Umberto Allemandi & C., n.p., n.d., B&W and color illustrations, 296pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 884220613X Venini is recognized throughout the world as the foremost name in Venetian glass of the twentieth century., (Order No: 60035 ), $85.00

34. Devner, Kay, AT THE SIGN OF THE MORTAR, Published by the author, Tucson, AZ, 1970, B&W illustrations, 80pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) owner's inscription, Essentially a glass and bottle container guide, with contents including: History of Drug Shops; Druggist Supply Companies; Druggists' Ware and Apparatus; Soda Fountains; Mineral Spring Waters; Wine and Spirits; Perfume and Cosmetics; Photography; Tobacco; Patent Medicines and Home Remedies; and more., (Order No: 47144 ), $20.00

35. Elville, E.M., PAPERWEIGHTS AND OTHER GLASS CURIOSITIES, Spring Books, London, (1967), B&W illustrations, 115pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1954., (Order No: 534 ), $5.00

36. Elville, E. M., THE COLLECTOR'S DICTIONARY OF GLASS, Country Life Limited, London, (1967), B&W ill., color frontis, 192pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1961. Arranged by subject in alphabetical order, this dictionary surveys the entire field of glass-making and collecting from Roman times to the present., (Order No: 51594 ), $10.00

37. Ericson, Eric E., A GUIDE TO COLORED STEUBEN GLASS 1903-1933: BOOK ONE AND BOOK TWO - TWO VOLUME SET, The Lithographic Press, Loveland, CO, B&W illustrations, good, wraps (softcover), Book One, (1963) 4th ptg, 114pp; and Book Two, (1965) 3rd ptg, 164pp, some occassional pencil notes in Book Two., (Order No: 52576 ), $20.00

38. Fauster, Carl U., LIBBEY GLASS SINCE 1818: PICTORIAL HISTORY & COLLECTOR'S GUIDE, Len Beach Press, Toledo, OH, (1979), B&W ill., 71 color plates, 415pp, very good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover), For the first time, this compilation of the history and noteworthy wares of Libbey Glass, records the heritage of a factory whose prestigious accomplishments often escape the recognition it deserves. Over 1,300 collectible items are shown., (Order No: 3897 ), $30.00

39. Felt, Tom and O'Grady, Bob (assisted by Jack Metcalf), HEISEY CANDLESTICKS, CANDELABRA, AND LAMPS, Heisey Collectors of America, Newark, OH, 1984 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 436pp, very good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), With 1984-1985 Price Trends For Heisey Candlesticks, Candelabra, And LampsLaid In. This is the definitive book on the subject, drawing on original factory records and extensive research in early trade journals and other sources., (Order No: 51556 ), $15.00

40. Ferraro, Pat and Ferraro, Bob, THE PAST IN GLASS, published by the authors, Lovelock, NV, (1968) 5th ptg, B&W illustrations, 95pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 59836 ), $5.00

41. Ferson, Regis F., and Ferson, Mary Fleming, TODAY'S PRICES FOR YESTERDAY'S MILK GLASS, published by the authors, Pittsburgh, PA, (1985), B&W and color illustrations, 36pp, very good, spiral bound card covers (softcover), ISBN 0961400617, (Order No: 51284 ), $30.00

42. Florence, Gene, COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DEPRESSION GLASS - ELEVENTH EDITION (11TH EDITION), Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1994), color illustrations, 224pp, very good+, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 089145554X, (Order No: 2268 ), $6.00

43. Forsythe, Ruth A., MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Richardson Printing Corp., Marietta, OH, (1982), 763 pieces ill. in color, 72pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "An Addenda of Pottery, Porcelain and Semi-Porcelain.", (Order No: 16900 ), $7.50

44. Geo. Duncan and Sons, Pittsburgh, PA, REPRINT OF GEO. DUNCAN AND SONS CATALOG OF FINE FLINT GLASSWARE CIRCA 1890, George A. Fogg, Boston, MA, 1984, B&W illustrations, 79pp, very good, wraps (softcover) faint corner bumps, (Order No: 62775 ), $35.00

45. Gerling, Robert L., and Cook, Albert C., SANDWICH GLASS, Sandwich Historical Society, Sandwich, MA, 1981, B&W and color illustrations, 40pp, very good, wraps (softcover), A chronicle of Sandwich glassmaking and the various types., (Order No: 51405 ), $5.00

46. Hammond, Dorothy, CONFUSING COLLECTIBLES: A GUIDE TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF CONTEMPORARY OBJECTS - REVISED, Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, IA, (1979) rev. ed, B&W and color illustrations, 208pp, very good, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0870692429 Includes: Art Glass; Pressed Glass; Potter and Porcelain; Milk Glass; Lamps; Paperweights; Furniture; Cast Iron Banks and Toys; Metalware; Woodenware; and, much more., (Order No: 51641 ), $6.00

47. Hand, Sherman, CARNIVAL THE WONDER GLASS (COLORS IN CARNIVAL GLASS) WITH PRICE GUIDE BY JOHN F. HOTCHKISS, published by the author, Rochester, NY, (1967) 2nd ptg, color illustrations, 100pp, good, softcover, spiral bound, signed by the author, (Order No: 32314 ), $8.50

48. Hardy, Roger and Hardy, Claudia, AKRO AGATE PRICE GUIDE - REVISED 2ND EDITION - FEATURING THE COMPLETE LINE MARBLER - GENERAL LINE - CHILD'S DISHES -- 1998, published by the authors, (1998), B&W and color illustrations, 69pp, very good, wraps (softcover) faint corner bumps, ISBN 0966174712, (Order No: 62773 ), $14.50

49. Hartung, Marion T., OPALESCENT PATTERN GLASS, Wallace-Homestead Co., Des Moines, IA, (1971) 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 112pp, very good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), Presented in orderly form, named, and pictured for the first time, are some 100 patterns in one of America's most collectable categories of glass. Show in color are some 60 pieces in many of the shapes in which the glass was made., (Order No: 2756 ), $5.00

50. Hartung, Marion T., CARNIVAL GLASS - ONE HUNDRED PATTERNS - TEN VOLUME SET WITH 1981-1982 PRICE GUIDE, published by the author, 1960 to 1973, B&W illustrations, good, spiral bound wraps (softcover) some wear, Complete set of ten books, each with one hundred patterns illustrated. An excellent reference resource. The comb bindings have an occasional broken comb piece. Overall a good set., (Order No: 5912 ), $35.00

51. Heacock William; Elmore, JoAnn (revised by), OPALESCENT GLASS FROM A-Z -- REVISED EDITION OF WILLIAM HEACOCK'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VICTORIAN PATTERN GLASS BOOKS 2 AND 9, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (2000), B&W and color illustrations, 224pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800758, (Order No: 64973 ), $7.50

52. Heacock, William, FENTON GLASS: THE SECOND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, O-Val Advertising Corp., Marietta, OH, (1980), B&W and color illustrations, 156pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), "A history of the production of The Fenton Art Glass of Williamstown, West Virginia from 1931 through 1955.", (Order No: 15490 ), $10.00

53. Heacock, William, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VICTORIAN COLORED PATTERN GLASS, BOOK 4, CUSTARD GLASS FROM A TO Z - 1992-93 VALUE & RARITY GUIDE LAID IN, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1976), B&W and color illustrations, 68pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410087 Featuring the collection of Mr. & Mrs. Dean L. Murray. This book is the fourth in a series on colored pattern glass made between the years 1885 to 1910, with each volume devoted to a specific subject., (Order No: 22847 ), $7.50

54. Heacock, William; Measell, James; and, Wiggins, Berry, HARRY NORTHWOOD: THE WHEELING YEARS, 1901-1925 -- 1992-93 VALUE GUIDE LAID IN, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1991), B&W and color illustrations, 207pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410745 Contents include: Publisher's Introduction; Introduction and Acknowledgements; Harry Northwood: The Early Years; A Triumphant Return; Regaining Stride: The First Five Years; Northwood's Carnival Glass; Lighting Goods and Luna Glass; Innovation and Tragedy, 1914-1919; Struggle and Demise; Bibliography; Index., (Order No: 51521 ), $20.00

55. Heacock, William; Measell, James; and, Wiggins, Berry, HARRY NORTHWOOD: THE EARLY YEARS, 1881-1900 -- 1990-91 VALUE GUIDE LAID IN, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1990), B&W and color illustrations, 151pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410397 Contents include: Publisher's Introduction; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Learning The Trade, 1881-1887; The Northwood Glass Company At Martins Ferry; The Northwood Plant At Ellwood City; Notes On Color Illustrations; Harry Takes Hold At Indiana, PA; Bibliography; Index., (Order No: 51522 ), $12.50

56. Heacock, William, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VICTORIAN COLORED PATTERN GLASS - BOOK 7 RUBY-STAINED GLASS FROM A TO Z, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1986), B&W and color illustrations, 247pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410192 With 1993-94 Value & Rarity Guide laid in., (Order No: 51652 ), $12.50

57. Heacock, William; Measell, James; and, Wiggins, Berry, DUGAN/DIAMOND - THE STORY OF INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA, GLASS, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1993), B&W and color illustrations, 205pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410915 With 1993-94 Value Guide laid in., (Order No: 52053 ), $8.50

58. Heller, Douglas (introduction by), AMERICAN GLASS ART: EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION, Morris Museum of Art & Sci., Convent, NJ, 1982, color illustrations, fine, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of an exhibit organized by the Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences, Morristown, NJ from April 3 to May 30, 1982., (Order No: 63244 ), $25.00

59. Hemminger, Ruth; Goshe, Ed; and, Pina, Leslie (preface by John Bing), TIFFIN GLASS 1940-1980: FIGURALS, PAPERWEIGHTS, PRESSED WARE, Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA, (2001), color illustrations, 160pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 076431422X, (Order No: 65142 ), $25.00

60. House, Caurtman G., COMPARATIVE VALUES OF PATTERNED GLASS, Caurtman House, Medina, NY, (1936) 5th ed, 153pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover), "A Check List with Prices Covering More than Six Thousand Forms In the Two Hundred Most Popular Patterns of American Pressed Glass.", (Order No: 29170 ), $5.00

61. Hunter, Frederick William, STIEGEL GLASS, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA, 1914, 159 B&W ill, 12 color ill., 272pp, good, tan cloth (hardcover), Vivid picture of a Colonial private enterprise. Franklin 4350. One of 420 copies., (Order No: 548 ), $35.00

62. Irwin, Frederick T., THE STORY OF SANDWICH GLASS AND GLASS WORKERS, Granite State Press, Manchester, NH, (1926), B&W illustrations, 99pp, good, blue buckram cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB some cover wear, EXLIB copy with usual marks, and some wear to blue buckram covers., (Order No: 65019 ), $20.00

63. Jokelson, Paul, SULPHIDES: THE ART OF CAMEO INCRUSTATION, Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York, (1968), B&W and color illustrations, 159pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) no slipcase, (Order No: 1530 ), $5.00

64. Kamm, Minnie Watson, A FOURTH PITCHER BOOK, published by the author, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, (1950) 2nd ed, B&W drawings by the author, 160pp, good, softcover w/plastic spiral binding (softcover), Author continues her series with another two hundred pattern glass pitchers described and illustrated., (Order No: 24776 ), $5.00

65. Klamkin, Marian, THE COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO DEPRESSION GLASS, Hawthorn Books, Inc., New York, (1973), B&W illustrations, 225pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0801513995 Marian Klamkin clearly defines depression glass and explains how it was made, colored, and molded. She covers all of the individual itmes that were made by the depression glass companies in America., (Order No: 4947 ), $5.00

66. Kovacek, Regine and Kovacek, Michael - [Glass Gallery Michael Kovacek Vienna], PAPERWEIGHTS - GLASS GALLERY MICHAEL KOVACEK VIENNA - [WITH PRICE LIST LAID IN], published by the author, Vienna, 1987, color illustrations, 167pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 3900605033, (Order No: 63632 ), $40.00

67. Kovar, Lorraine, WESTMORELAND GLASS 1950-1984 VOLUME II -- [WITH REVISED 1998 VALUE AND RARITY GUIDE LAID IN], Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1991), B&W and color illustrations, 120pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 091541080X, (Order No: 64974 ), $7.50

68. Lee, Ruth Webb & Rose, James H., AMERICAN GLASS CUP PLATES: THE FIRST CLASSIFIED CHECK LIST AND HISTORICAL TREATISE ON THE SUBJECT, published by the author, Northborough, MA, (1948) 2nd ed, B&W illustrations, 445pp, good+, blue cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket owner's bookplate, First published in 1948. NO DUSTJACKET., (Order No: 453 ), $15.00

69. Lee, Ruth Webb, PRICE GUIDE TO PATTERN GLASS, M. Barrows and Co., New York, 1963 3rd ed, B&W illustrations, 331pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1949., (Order No: 460 ), $5.00

70. Lee, Ruth Webb, EARLY AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS - ENGLARGED AND REVISED, published by the author, Northboro, MA, (1946) 24th ed, B&W illustrations, 666pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket) signed by author, First published in 1931. 'A Classification of Patterns Collectible in Sets Together with Individual Pieces for Table Decorations.', (Order No: 775 ), $6.00

71. Lehner, Lois, OHIO POTTERY AND GLASS MARKS AND MANUFACTURERS, Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, IA, (1978), B&W illustrations, 113pp, good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0870691686 This book is for everyone. Go to the cupboard, get a plate, even an ordinary one. If the plate is china you will more than likely find the name of a factory or city or both. If you start with the factory, look in the factory listing which will give you the name of the city in which the factory is located. Turn to that city (the cities are in alphabetical order throughout the book) and find the factory which is listed in alphabetical order. If the plate has only a city name, read about the products of various plants in that city and perhaps you may get a lead as to which factory made your plate. Graduate to the china cupboard and go! Mark dates! Have fun!, (Order No: 40376 ), $10.00

72. Linn, Alan, THE FENTON STORY OF GLASS MAKING, published by the author, n.p., 1969, 12 full page color plates, 24pp of text, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 15491 ), $5.00

73. Littrell, Mary Lou (designed by), THE ART OF STEUBEN - VOLUME II - - WITH AUTUMN 1974 PRICE LIST LAID IN, Steuben Glass, New York, (1974), 36 B&W illustrations, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 50074 ), $6.00

74. Lokay, Joe, HEISEY'S FANDANGO #1201 PATTERN - VALUE GUIDE LAID IN, Heisey Collectors of America, Newark, OH, (1992), B&W illustrations, 24pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 46021 ), $20.00

75. Lucas, Robert Irwin, TARENTUM PATTERN GLASS, published by the author, Tarentum, PA, (1981), B&W illustrations, 422pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), A concise history of three very well known pattern glass factories situated at Tarentum, PA. that for thirty-five years (1884-1918) produced numerous patterns that have become collectible over the years., (Order No: 60537 ), $95.00

76. Majot, Tulla (with Paul W. Heimel), COUDERSPORT GLASS 1900-1904, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (1999), B&W and color illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800677, (Order No: 48545 ), $17.50

77. Martin, John H. (editor), JOURNAL OF GLASS STUDIES: VOLUME 21 - 1979, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, 1979, B&W illustrations, 174pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0872900215 Contents include: Glass Core Pendants Found in the Mediterranean Area; A Roman Glass Bowl from Komorowo, Poland; A Study of the Weathering Behavior of Medieval Glass from York Minster; and, much more., (Order No: 56512 ), $12.50

78. Martin, John H. (editor), JOURNAL OF GLASS STUDIES: VOLUME 24 - 1982, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, 1982, color frontis, B&W ill., 175pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 087290024X Articles include: Cosmetic Glass Palettes from the Eighth-Seventh Centuries BC; Glass Replicas of the Portland Vase; The Excise Tax and Cut Glass in England and Ireland, 1800-1830; and much more., (Order No: 58101 ), $15.00

79. Martin, John H. (editor), JOURNAL OF GLASS STUDIES - VOLUME 20 - 1978, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, 1978, B&W illustrations, 162pp, very good, wraps (softcover) faint stain top of a couple paes, ISBN 0872900207 Contents include: Glass Furnaces Through the Ages; A Gold and Enamel Box in the Form of a Glass Furnace; Lampengeblasenes Glas des Historismus; and, The Use of Equilibrated Silica Gel for the Protection of Glass with Incipient Crizzling., (Order No: 58488 ), $15.00

80. McKearin, Helen and George, TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS - LIMITED SIGNED EDITION, Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, (1950) 1st ed, 105 B&W plates, 10pp color, 382pp, very good+ green cloth, teg (hardcover) in very good slipcase, First published in 1950. Traces the development of blown glassmaking from colonial days. Definitive. Franklin 4388. Offered is copy 407 of 500 copies signed by the authors., (Order No: 465 ), $25.00

81. McKearin, Helen & George S., AMERICAN GLASS - LIMITED AUTOGRAPHED EDITION, Crown Publishers, New York, (1941), 2000 photos, 1000 drawings, 622pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket), "The Fine Art of Glassmaking in America.", (Order No: 4200 ), $75.00

82. McLean, Virginia, THE HEISEY DISPATCH - HEISEY'S GLASSWARE, published by the author, Fairfax, VA, 1967, B&W illustrations, 121pp, very good, spiral bound wraps (softcover) signed by author, Author wrote extensively about the A. H. Heisey Company. In this publication she reproduces advertising sheets illustration many patterns of both Pressed Glassware and Blown Glassware. A very useful identification resource., (Order No: 54643 ), $35.00

83. Measell, James and Wiggins, Berry, GREAT AMERICAN GLASS OF THE ROARING 20S & DEPRESSION ERA - BOOK 2, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (2000), B&W and color illustrations, p211-p416, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800634 2000-2001 Value Guide Laid in., (Order No: 51358 ), $8.00

84. Measell, James and Roetteis, W. C. "Red", THE L. G. WRIGHT GLASS COMPANY - 1997-1998 VALUE GUIDE LAID IN, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (1997), B&W and color illustrations, 192pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800308 This is the complete history of the company which for about six decades conducted business from the small town of New Martinsville, West Virginia., (Order No: 51466 ), $10.00

85. Measell, James (edited by), FENTON GLASS: THE 1980S DECADE, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (1996), B&W and color illustrations, 176pp, very good, wraps (softcover) - faint cover bump, ISBN 1570800197 "It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." Charles Dickens' words in TALE OF TWO CITIES capture the history of the Fenton Art Glass Company between 1980 and 1990. A poor general economy and pressure from imported giftwares dominated the early years, and the mid-1980s saw Fenton marketing a diversity of giftware products as well as glassware. By 1989, Fenton had rebounded, emphasizing traditional designs in glass while adding innovative colors and distinctive decorations., (Order No: 51516 ), $15.00

86. Measell, James (edited by) (written by members of the National Imperial Glass Collectors' Society), IMPERIAL GLASS ENCYCLOPEDIA, VOLUME III M-Z, The Glass Press, Inc., Marietta, OH, (1999), B&W and color illustrations, 672pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1570800650 This volume is part of an encyclopedic series which discusses Imperial glass from A to Z. This is the third and final segment. The first, covering A-CANE, and the second, covering CAPE COD-L, were published by The Glass Press/Antique Publications in 1995 and 1997, respectively., (Order No: 51547 ), $20.00

87. Melvin, Jean Sutherland, AMERICAN GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS AND THEIR MAKERS, Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York, (1967), over 200 B&W ill., 192pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) in good+ slipcase, "A Story of glass-paperweight craftsmen of the United States, their processes, and their products.", (Order No: 833 ), $7.50

88. Mergl, Jan and Pankova, Lenka, MOSER 1857-1997, Moser, Karlovy Vary, Czech, 1997, B&W and color illustrations, 351pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), Published on the occassion of the 140th anniversary of the Moser Glass Company. Details its history and showcases its fine glass objects and glassware., (Order No: 57787 ), $285.00

89. Miles, Dori and Miller, Robert W., PRICE GUIDE TO PATTERN GLASS - ELEVENTH EDITION, Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Lombard, IL, (1986) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 296pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0870694421 Concise information on each pattern, latest on reproductions, rarities and confusing patterns, and much more., (Order No: 51476 ), $5.00

90. Millard, S. T., GOBLETS II, Gossip, Printers & Publ., Holton, KS, 1940 2nd ed, 165 B&W plates, good, red cloth (hardcover), A companion volume to "Goblets" which was published during 1938., (Order No: 52794 ), $7.50

91. Murray, Melvin L., FOSTORIA, OHIO GLASS II, published by the author, Fostoria, OH, (1992), B&W and color illustrations, 184pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), A history of the various glass companies that were located in Fostoria. With 1997 Price Guide laid in., (Order No: 51276 ), $15.00

92. National Cambridge Collectors, Inc., COLORS IN CAMBRIDGE GLASS - WITH PRICE GUIDE LAID IN, Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1984), color illustrations, 128pp, very good, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0891452702 With price guide. Although the book primarily addresses Cambridge colors, some of the color plates present decorative treatments which affect the color appearance (such as carnival) or affect the color name as used by Cambridge. Several plates have been included near the back of the book which present similar colors side by side so that differences can be more clearly illustrated. The final plates show typical examples of the variety of colors which can be accumulated in selective collections., (Order No: 51551 ), $6.00

93. Nelson, Arthur; LeClair, Ian P. (compiled and edited by), OVER THE HILL TO YESTERDAY: SHORT STORIES BY ARTHUR NELSON, Published by FLS, 1992, 116pp, good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, Most of the stories included in this volume were originally published in the YANKEE BOTTLE CLUB'S newsletter, "Yankee Chatter.", (Order No: 60002 ), $20.00

94. New, Lloyd Kiva, CHIHULY TAOS PUEBLO, Portland Press, Seattle, WA, (1999) 1st ed, color illustrations, 93pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1576840123 The art glass of Dale Chihuly and his teachings to the Native Americans of New Mexico., (Order No: 51309 ), $8.50

95. Newell, Clarence A., OLD GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS OF SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: AN AMERICAN FOLK ART, Papier Presse, Phoenix, AZ, (1989), B&W and color ill., 83pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) owner's address label, ISBN 0961954701 This book is the first concerning glass paperweights as folk art. It focuses on paperweights made in southern New Jersey, an area rich in glass history and the single area which has produced the most and the finest of American folk-art glass paperweights., (Order No: 27630 ), $32.50

96. Novaro, Jean-Claude; Craft, Jennifer (contributing writer); Koss, Phillips A. (publisher and editor), NOVARO: THE KING OF GLASS, American Fine Art Editions, Scottsdale, AZ, (1996), color illustrations, 215pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), With over 320 color photographs that give the readere an overall picture that tells the complete story of the artist and his work., (Order No: 60571 ), $125.00

97. Odell, John (compiled and edited by), DIGGER ODELL'S OFFICIAL ANTIQUE BOTTLE AND GLASS COLLECTOR MAGAZINE PRICE GUIDE: VOLUME 2 - BITTERS BOTTLES, 1995, B&W illustrations, 83pp, fine, spiral bound wraps (softcover), (Order No: 61348 ), $40.00

98. Padgett, Leonard E. and Heissenbuttel, Orva, PAIRPOINT GLASS CUP PLATES - THE FIRST FIFTY, Pairpoint Books, Clinton, MD, 1978 2nd ed, B&W illustrations, 28pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 51402 ), $25.00

99. Paquette, Jack K., BLOWPIPES: NORTHWEST OHIO GLASSMAKING IN THE GAS BOOM OF THE 1880S, Xlibris, (2002), 559pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1401047912, (Order No: 65093 ), $60.00

100. Pina, Leslie, DEPRESSION ERA GLASS BY DUNCAN, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, PA, (1999), color illustrations, 176pp, very good++, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0764309285 The Duncan & Miller Glass Company was one of the glass giants in the tri-state area of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Contents divided into three parts: The Early Years; Popular Pressed Patterns; and, Tableware and Decorations., (Order No: 51377 ), $20.00

101. Pina, Leslie,, CIRCA FIFTIES GLASS FROM EUROPE & AMERICA, Schiffer Publishing Ltd, Atglen, PA, (1997), B&W and color illustrations, 224pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0764302299 This colorful and highly collectible glass is presented in nearly 500 full color and black and white photographs, plus never-before-published catalog pages, with detailed information on 88 designers and makers, design lists for Barovier & Toso and for Venini, glossary, bibliography, index, and value guide., (Order No: 51553 ), $15.00

102. Pollard, Gordon, BOTTLES AND BUSINESS IN PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK - 100 YEARS OF EMBOSSED BOTTLES AS HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS, Clinton County Hist. Assn., Plattsburgh, NY, 1993, B&W illustrations, 370pp, fine, wraps (softcover), An interesting study of Plattsburg as an economic center for northeastern New York as seen through the embossed bottles of the area. Contents include: Plattsburgh Bottling Companies: Beer, Whiskey, and Soft Drinks; Plattsburgh Drugstores: Soda to Pharmaceuticals; Plattsburgh Dairies and Creameries: Milk; Manufacturers of Plattsburgh Bottles, and more., (Order No: 46703 ), $65.00

103. Quattlebaum, W. Dan, EARLY AMERICAN GLASS - INFORMAL SKETCHES WITH SPECIAL NOTES ON AMELUNG - ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE AUTHOR'S COLLECTION, published by the author, Pasadena, CA, (1939), B&W illustrations, 18pp, good+, wraps (softcover), Copy 32 of two hundred copies., (Order No: 63243 ), $60.00

104. Ramsey, L. G. G. (editor), THE CONNOISSEUR NEW GUIDE TO ANTIQUE ENGLISH POTTERY, PORCELAIN AND GLASS, E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, (1961), 64pp photos, line drawings, 128pp text, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 6565 ), $5.00

105. Redinger, Carolyn S., THE ELUSIVE POWDER BOWL, published by the author, Smith Center, KS, 1978, B&W illustrations, 33 B&W plates, very good, wraps (softcover), "A near multitude of powder bowls were produced by the various glass companies during the first half of the 20th century. The following illustrated list represents only part of the designs available to collectors. Where possible, we have identified the company which produced a particular design and the dates when it was sold.", (Order No: 54645 ), $20.00

106. Revi, Albert C., NINETEENTH CENTURY GLASS: ITS GENESIS AND DEVELOPMENT - REVISED EDITION, Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York, (1967), B&W illustrations, 301pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 463 ), $7.00

107. Rice, Ferill J. (edited by) (assisted by LaVeria McMichael), CAUGHT IN THE BUTTERFLY NET, Fenton Art Glass Collectors, Williamstown, WVA, (1991), B&W and color illustrations, 140pp, very good, wraps (softcover), A REPRINT OF THE BEST ARTICLES AND NOTES FOUND IN THE NEWSLETTER, "THE BUTTERFLY NET" OVER THE LAST 15 YEARS. A publication of the Fenton Art Glass Collectors of America, Inc., (Order No: 51511 ), $10.00

108. Schwartz, Marvin D. & DiBartolomeo, Robert E. (editors), AMERICAN GLASS - FROM THE PAGES OF ANTIQUES, TWO VOLUMES IN ONE - VOLUME I: BLOWN AND MOLDED; VOLUME II: PRESSED AND CUT, Weathervane Books, New York, 1st pub 1974, B&W illustrations, 437pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0517184362 Volume I - Blown and Molded, Volume II - Pressed and Cut. Collection of articles published in the Magazine ANTIQUES., (Order No: 5187 ), $7.00

109. Selman, Lawrence H., SONGS WITHOUT WORDS: THE ART OF THE PAPERWEIGHT - RICK AYOTTE, Paperweight Press, Santa Cruz, CA, (1997), color illustrations, 152pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) owner's name, ISBN 0933756232 With exhibit catalogue laid in., (Order No: 60606 ), $15.00

110. Shuman, John A., THE COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN ART GLASS - A VIVID COLOR GUIDE TO NUMEROUS ART GLASS TYPES - VALUES UPDATED TO 1991, Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1991), B&W and color ill., 336pp, very good+, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0891453555 First published in 1988. "The general purposes of this book are to inform in an interesting, educational and appealing way; to emphasize the quality of hand craftsmanship; and to strive toward an understanding of the artistic ability and experience required to fabricate glass.", (Order No: 29030 ), $7.00

111. Skelley, Leloise Davis, MODERN FINE GLASS, Garden City Publishing Co., New York, (1942), B&W illustrations, 144pp, good+, gray cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, A display of glass from around the world., (Order No: 51391 ), $7.50

112. Smith, Ray Winfield, THE ART OF GLASS: A MASTERSON JUNIOR GALLERY EXHIBITION, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, 1970, B&W and color illustrations, 48pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of the exhibition held September 19 to November 15, 1970., (Order No: 52454 ), $7.50

113. Solverson, John F., THOSE FASCINATING LITTLE LAMPS: MINIATURE LAMPS AND THEIR VALUES, Antique Publications, Marietta, OH, (1988), color illustrations, 112pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0915410427 Contents include: Lamp Production; Lamps "by size;" "by burner type;" "Stem" lamps; "Finger" lamps; and much more., (Order No: 30987 ), $6.00

114. Spillman, Jane Shadel, GLASSMAKING: AMERICA'S FIRST INDUSTRY, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, (1976), B&W and color illustrations, 36pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0872900622 Nice informative overview, bibliography., (Order No: 38510 ), $4.00

115. Spillman, Jane Shadel, AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PRESSED GLASS IN THE CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, 1981, B&W and color illustrations, 404pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0872901033 Written by Jane Shadel Spillman in whose care the collection has flourished over the past fifteen years, this book records 1,536 pieces pressed between 1825 and 1940., (Order No: 45420 ), $20.00

116. Steuben Glass, A SELECTION OF ENGRAVED CRYSTAL BY STEUBEN GLASS, Steuben Glass, New York, (1961), 39 B&W plates, good++ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), This book illustrates, in fine gravure black and white reproductions, a selection of the many major engraved pieces produced by Steuben Glass during recent years., (Order No: 461 ), $8.00

117. Teal, Ron; Graban, Tarez Samra (edited by); Richardson, David (photography by), ALBANY GLASS - MODEL FLINT GLASS COMPANY OF ALBANY, INDIANA, The Glass Press, Marietta, OH, (1997), B&W and color illustrations, 176pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) SMALL BUMP TOP CORNER, ISBN 1570800324 SMALL BUMP TOP CORNER. Eight page 1997-1998 Value Guide bound in., (Order No: 51356 ), $12.00

118. The Cambridge Glass Company, CATALOGUE OF TABLE GLASSWARE, LAMPS, BARWARE AND NOVELTIES - THE CAMBRIDGE GLASS COMPANY - PRESSED AND BLOWN GLASS WARE 1903, Harold and Judy Bennett, Cambridge, OH, 1976 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 106pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Quality reprint of the 1903 catalogue., (Order No: 50306 ), $15.00

119. The H. C. Fry Glass Society, THE COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FRY GLASSWARE - CUT GLASS, OVEN WARE, ART GLASS, KITCHEN WARE, Collector Books, Paducah, KY, (1990), B&W and color illustrations, 208pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0891453954 The H.C. Fry Glass Society of Beaver County, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1983 for the sole purpose of learning everything possible about Fry Glass., (Order No: 51373 ), $15.00

120. The Handel Company, HANDEL LAMPS AND FIXTURES - WITH VALUE-PRICE GUIDE LAID IN, The Gilded Age Press, Washington Mills, NY, n.d., B&W illustrations, 16pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Reprint of the ca. 1905 Handel catalogue with price guide laid in. Prices are averaage dealer/auction retail prices and keyed to the Lamp Number in the catalogue., (Order No: 51346 ), $35.00

121. The National Glass Budget (compiled by), GLASS FACTORY DIRECTORY 1956, National Glass Budget, Pittsburgh, PA, 1956, B&W illustrations, 192pp, good, wraps (softcover), Nice vest-pocket size directory., (Order No: 65408 ), $20.00

122. The Yankee Bottle Club History Committee, YANKEE GLASS - A HISTORY OF GLASSMAKING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 1790-1886 WITH A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE YANKEE BOTTLE CLUB, The Yankee Bottle Club, Keene, NH, (1990), B&W and color illustrations, 76pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), The Yankee Bottle Club, formed in 1968 to commemorate the famous glass produced in New Hampshire, published this brief account of the state's early glass industry. It reveals why the industry came into existence in the Granite State and the reason for its demise. Includes chapters on: the Temple Glassworks, Franklin Glass Company, Glassworks of Keene, Glasshouses of Stoddard, and Lyndeborough Glass Company., (Order No: 44814 ), $20.00

123. Toulouse, Julian Harrison, BOTTLE MAKERS AND THEIR MARKS, Thomas Nelson, Inc., New York, (1971) 1st ptg, over 1200 marks ill. in B&W, 624pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0840743181 First published in 1971. Alphabetical listing of company histories and their marks. A highly desireable and scarce book., (Order No: 485 ), $50.00

124. U.S. Glass Company, U.S. GLASS COMPANY - PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 1937 -- [REPRINT OF CATALOG PAGES], B&W illustrations, fine, stappled wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62774 ), $22.50

125. Umbraco, Kitty and Umbraco, Russell, IRIDESCENT STRETCH GLASS, Cembura and Avery Publishers, Berkeley, CA, 1972, B&W and color illustrations, 62pp, good+, black plastic comb spiral binding (softcover), ISBN 09124540607, (Order No: 25038 ), $8.50

126. Wallace-Dunlop, M. A., GLASS IN THE OLD WORLD, Field & Tuer, London, [1882], 2 chromoliths, B&W plates, 272pp, very good, brown cloth (hardcover), Nice clean and tight copy. Pages largely unopened. Franklin 4203., (Order No: 16711 ), $20.00

127. Weatherman, Hazel Marie, COLORED GLASSWARE OF THE DEPRESSION ERA, published by the author, Springfield, MO, (1970) 6th ptg, over 300 patterns ill., 239pp, good+, green cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, First published in 1970. 78 major patterns fully pictured and discussed with piece listings. 21 full pages of color, and 321 additional patterns pictured and summarized for quick, easy, identification., (Order No: 5412 ), $5.00

128. Welker, John and Welker, Elizabeth, PRESSED GLASS IN AMERICA: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS, 1825-1925 -- LIMITED FIRST EDITION, Antique Acres Press, Ivyland, PA, (1985) Ltd 1st, B&W and color illustrations, 495pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0961586109 Limited First Edition 1500 Copies -- December 1985, Book No. 115. Over 400 Illustrations; 16 In-Depth Chapters; Listing of Approximately 6,800 Pattern Names; Glossary Defining Over 150 Terms; Extensive Annotated Bibliography., (Order No: 45439 ), $75.00

129. Westropp, M. S. Dudley, IRISH GLASS: AN ACCOUNT OF GLASS-MAKING IN IRELAND FROM THE XVITH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT DAY, J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1921, B&W illustrations, 206pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover) light fade to spine, Contents include: Glass-Making In Ireland Prior To The End Of The 17th Century; Dublin Glass-Houses; The Gurteens And Waterford Glass-Houses; Drumrea And Belfast Glass-Houses; Cork Glass-Houses; Newry, Ballycastle, And Londonderry Glass-Houses; Irish Glass In General., (Order No: 45411 ), $35.00

130. Whitehouse, David B. (editor), JOURNAL OF GLASS STUDIES - VOLUME 33 - 1991, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, 1991, B&W illustrations, 193pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0872900339 Contents include: Scientific Investigations of Some Glasses from Sedeinga; Glass Bowl from the Mithraeum in the Legionary Fort at Acquincum; The Glass from Farfa Abbey; Fench Enameled Glass of the Renaissance; Producing Cage Cup Replicas; and, more., (Order No: 56503 ), $12.50

131. Wiggins, Berry, STRETCH IN COLOR - BOOK 1 -- WITH PRICE GUIDE NO. 1, published by the author, Orange, VA, 1972 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 48pp, good+, spiral bound wraps (softcover) EX-LIB, How to identify Stretch glass, and examples by the various companies that produced it. EX-LIB iwht minimal marks., (Order No: 51404 ), $10.00

132. Wilson, Kenneth M., NEW ENGLAND GLASS & GLASSMAKING: AN OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE BOOK, Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York, (1972) 1st ptg, over B&W 400 ill., 401pp, good w/lightly chipped and worn dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0690580754 Comprehensive history of New England glass showing the development of styles over a period of four centuries, from the founding in 1639 of the region's first glasshouse, a bottle factory, in Salem, Mass., to the opening in 1970 of a new factory in Sagamore, Mass., by the Pairpoint Glass Company, Inc., (Order No: 5212 ), $20.00

133. Winter, Henry, AN APPRECIATION OF TIFFANY FAVRILE GLASS, Byron House, Boston, MA, (1964), 27pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the author, With informative letter by the author laid in. Author's brother was an artist and colorist with the Tiffany Studios., (Order No: 36683 ), $65.00

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