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Series: Warman's Identification and Price Guides

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Warman's Identification and Price Guide: American Records by Chuck Miller
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Arts & Crafts Furniture by Mark Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Carnival Glass by Ellen Schroy
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Children's Books by Steve Santi
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Civil War Collectibles by Russell E. Lewis
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Coca-Cola Collectibles by Allan Petretti
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Coins and Paper Money by Allen G. Berman
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Cookie Jars by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Costume Jewelry Figurals by Kathy Flood
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Depression Glass by Ellen T. Schroy
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Dolls by Mark Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Duck Decoys by Russell Lewis
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Fenton Glass by Mark Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Fiesta Ware by Mark Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Glass by Ellen T. Schroy
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Hull Pottery by David Doyle
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Jewelry by Christie Romero
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Lalique by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Little Golden Books by Steve Santi
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Majolica by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: McCoy Pottery by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Modern U.S. Coins by Arlyn Sieber
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Modernism Furniture & Accessories by Noah Fleisher
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: North American Indian Artifacts by Russell Lewis
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Pattern Glass by Ellen T. Schroy
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Political Collectibles by Dr Enoch L Nappen
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Red Wing Pottery by Mark Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Rookwood Pottery by Denise Rago
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Roseville Pottery by Denise Rago
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Sports Collectibles by Tom Mortenson
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Sterling Silver Flatware by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Tobacco Collectibles by Mark F. Moran
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Vintage Jewelry by Leigh Leshner
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Vintage Quilts by Maggi McCormick Gordon
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: Weller Pottery by Denise Rago
Warman's Identification and Price Guide: World War II Collectibles by Michael E. Haskew

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  3. Illustrated Mission Furniture Catalog, 1912-13 by Come-Packt Furniture Co. (1991)
  4. Destination Tokyo: A Pictorial History of Doolittle's Tokyo Raid, April 18, 1942 by Stan Cohen (1983)
  5. Brothers One and All: Esprit de Corps in a Civil War Regiment (Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War) by Mark H. Dunkelman (2004)
  6. Collecting Rhinestone & Colored Jewelry by Maryanne Dolan (1989)
  7. The Official Blackbook Price Guide to U.S. Postage Stamps 2006, Edition #28 (Official Blackbook Price Guide to United St by Thomas E. Hudgeons Jr. (2003)
  8. American Antique Quilts: Antique Quilts from the Private Collection of Kinuko Fujii and Margaret Cavigga by Kinuko Fujii (1990)
  9. A History of the Dollar by Arthur Nussbaum
  10. Mission Furniture: How to Make It by Henry Haven Windsor (1909)
  11. Kennesaw Mountain June 1864: Bitter Standoff at the Gibralter of Georgia by Richard A. Baumgartner (1998)
  12. Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by Gene Florence (1977)
  13. Unsigned Beauties of Costume Jewelry: Identification and Values by Marcia Sparkles Brown (2000)
  14. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Knives, Daggers & Bayonets: An authoritative history and visual directory of sharp-edged weapons and blades from ... with over 600 stunning color photographs by Tobias Capwell (2009)
  15. Texas Quilts and Quilters: A Lone Star Legacy (Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest) (Grover E. Murrray St by Marcia Kaylakie (2007)

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