Series: Warman's Field Guides

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Collecting Rocks, Gems & Minerals: Easy Identification - Values - Lapidary Uses by Patti Polk
Warman's Field Guide: Action Figures by Mark Bellomo
Warman's Field Guide: American Clocks by Harriett Swedberg
Warman's Field Guide: Antique Jewelry by C. Jeanenne Bell
Warman's Field Guide: Barbie Doll by Sharon Verbeten
Warman's Field Guide: Baseball Card by Bob Lemke
Warman's Field Guide: Bean Plush by Dan Brownell
Warman's Field Guide: Beatles by Tim Neely
Warman's Field Guide: Bobbing Head by Lou Criscione
Warman's Field Guide: Bottles by Michael Polak
Warman's Field Guide: Buttons by Jill Gorski
Warman's Field Guide: Civil War Collectibles by John F. Graf
Warman's Field Guide: Comic Book by John Jackson Miller
Warman's Field Guide: Depression Glass by Ellen T. Schroy
Warman's Field Guide: Disney Collectibles by Ken Farrell
Warman's Field Guide: Dolls by Dawn Herlocher
Warman's Field Guide: Elvis by Paul Kennedy
Warman's Field Guide: Fishing Lures by Rob Pavey
Warman's Field Guide: Hot Wheels by Michael Zarnock
Warman's Field Guide: Hummel by Carl F. Luckey
Warman's Field Guide: Jewelry by Leigh Leshner
Warman's Field Guide: Kitschy Kitchen Collectibles by Brian Alexander
Warman's Field Guide: Lionel Train by David Doyle
Warman's Field Guide: Little Golden Books by Steve Santi
Warman's Field Guide: Matchbox by Tom Larson
Warman's Field Guide: Muscle Cars by John Gunnell
Warman's Field Guide: Pepsi by Bob Stoddard
Warman's Field Guide: PEZ by Shawn Peterson
Warman's Field Guide: Precious Moments by Mary Sieber
Warman's Field Guide: Records by Tim Neely
Warman's Field Guide: Shoes by Caroline Ashleigh
Warman's Field Guide: Star Wars by Stuart W. Wells
Warman's Field Guide: Tools by Clarence Blanchard
Warman's Field Guide: Toys by Karen O'Brien
Warman's Field Guide: Transformers by Mark Bellomo
Warman's Field Guide: U.S. Coins & Currency by Arlyn G. Sieber
Warman's Field Guide: U.S. Stamps by Maurice Wozniak
Warman's Field Guide: Vintage Guitars by Dave Rogers
Warman's Field Guide: Watches by Dean Judy
Warman's Field Guide: Zippo Lighters by Robin Baumgartner

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  1. Warman's Companion: U.S. Coins & Currency by Allen G. Berman (2006)
  2. Warman's U.S. Coin Collecting by Alan Herbert (2010)
  3. An Identification & Value Guide to Depression Era Glassware by Carl F. Luckey (1983)
  4. The Rockhound's Handbook by James R. Mitchell (1996)
  5. Gems and Gemstones: Timeless Natural Beauty of the Mineral World by Lance Grande (2009)
  6. Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by Gene Florence (1977)
  7. Circle of Friends Cookbook 25 Dip & Spread Recipes by Gooseberry Patch (2011)
  8. Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years by Gene Florence (1981)
  9. Smithsonian Handbooks: Rocks & Minerals (Smithsonian Handbooks) by Chris Pellant (1990)
  10. Every Stamp Tells a Story: The National Philatelic Collection (Smithsonian Contribution to Knowledge) by Cheryl Ganz (2014)
  11. Harry Potter Collector's Handbook by William Silvester (2010)
  12. Pumpkin Cookbook by Gooseberry Patch (2011)
  13. Handbook of United States Coins with premium list (1961, 18th Edition) by R. S. Yeoman (1960)
  14. Gem Hunters Guide by Russell Patterson MacFall (1975)
  15. Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Depression Glass by Ellen T. Schroy (1997)

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