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Collector's Encyclopedia of American Dinnerware
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0891451994, Hardcover)Hundreds of pieces of American dinnerware are illustrated with color photos and many more in black and white. Includes backstamps, advertising, company information, and values for every piece. 1998 values. AUTHORBIO: Jo Cunningham resides in Springfield, Missouri, with her family. She has been active in collecting for many years and is a member of several national organizations pertaining to collecting. She has authored several books, The Collector's Encyclopedia of American Dinneware, The Autumn Leaf Story, and Hall China Price Guide, as well as several articles on collectibles for leading trade papers. REVIEW: This book is a compilation of dinnerware pieces and pieces of information gained from letters, trade publications, and conversations with pottery people. It is intended to generally acquaint readers with pottery terms and production methods as well as gain insight into the major dinnerware companies in America. The pieces shown for each company represent only a small portion of what was available from the company.
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