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Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide 2010-2011 by Judith Miller2010-11
Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide 2010-2011 (UK Edition) by Judith MillerUK Edition - 2010-11
Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide 2012-2013 by Judith Miller2012-13
Miller's Antiques Handbook & Price Guide 2014-2015 by Judith Miller2014-15
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1980 by Martin Miller1980
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1981 by Judith Miller1981
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1982 by Judith Miller1982
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1983 by Martin Miller1983
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1984 by Martin Miller1984
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1985 by Judith H. Miller1985
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1986 by Judith Miller1986
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1987 by Judith Miller1987
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1988 by Judith Miller1988
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1988 by Judith H. Miller1988
Miller's Antique Price Guide, 1990 by Martin Miller1990
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1990 by Martin Miller1990
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1991 by Judith Miller1991
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1992 by Judith Miller1992
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1993 by Martin Miller1993
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1994 by Martin Miller1994
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1995 by Judith H. Miller1995
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1996 by Judith Miller1996
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1998 by Judith Miller1998
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1999 by Judith Miller1999
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2000 by Lisa Norfolk2000
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2003 by Judith Miller2003
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2004 by Judith Miller2004
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2005 by Judith Miller2005
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2006 by Judith Miller2006
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2007 by Judith Miller2007
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2008 by Jonty Hearnden2008
Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2009 by Judith Miller2009
Miller's Antiques Price Guide by Judith H. Millerunknown

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Recommendations

  1. Miller's International Antiques Price Guide 2000 by Elizabeth Norfolk (1999)
  2. Miller's Collectables Price Guide 2009 by Judith Miller (1993)
  3. Miller's Antiques Encyclopedia by Judith Miller (1998)
  4. Kovels' Complete Antiques Price List by Ralph M. Kovel (1969)
  5. Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2002 by Lisa Norfolk (2001)
  6. Wallace-Homestead Price Guide to Antiques and Pattern Glass by Robert W. Miller (1975)
  7. Miller's Is It Genuine? by John Bly (1986)
  8. Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide, 17th ed., 1999 by Sharon Huxford (1999)
  9. Antiques Roadshow Primer: The Introductory Guide to Antiques and Collectibles from the Most-Watched Series on PBS by Carol Prisant (1999)
  10. Wallace-Homestead Price Guide to Antiques by Robert W. Miller (1984)
  11. Train and Transport: A Collector's Guide by Janice Anderson (1989)
  12. Obsessions: Collectors and Their Passions (Mitchell Beazley Interiors) by Stephen Calloway (2004)
  13. Miller's Antiques Source Book 2000-2001 by Martin Miller (2000)
  14. Kovels' Dictionary of Marks: Pottery & Porcelain 1850 to Present by Ralph M. Kovel (1986)
  15. Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2005 by Kyle Husfloen (2004)

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