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Characteristic works

Lancaster Glass Company, 1908-1937: Identification & Value Guid4e (Identification & Values (Collector Books)) by John P. Zastowney (8), Colored Glassware of the Depression Era, Book 2 by Hazel Marie Weatherman (9), Fenton Glass The First Twenty-Five Years by William Heacock (7), Imperial Glass Co. - 1904-1938 Catalogs: 104F, 101D, Reprint Catalogue by Douglas Archer (6), Cambridge Glass Catalogue 1930-1934 by Cambridge Collectors of America (7), Vaseline Glass: Canary to Contemporary- The Comprehensive Guide to Yellow-Green Pattern Glass, Art Glass and Novelties from 1840 to the Present by David A. Peterson (6), Fenton Glass: The Third 25 Years by William Heacock (6), Fenton Glass the Second 25 Years by William Heacock (6), Crystal Stemware Identification Guide by Bob Page (6), Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass: Identification & Values by Bill Edwards (5), Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume 3, M-Z by Edited by James Measell National Glass Collectors (5), Field Guide to Pattern Glass by Mollie Helen McCain (5), Fostoria: Its First Fifty Years by Hazel Marie Weatherman (5), Heisey Glass: The Early Years : 1896-1924 by Shirley Dunbar (5), Encyclopedia of Paden City Glass: Identification and Values by Carrie Domitz (5), Elegant glassware of the Depression era by Gene Florence (8), Collectible Glassware from the 40S, 50S, and 60s: An Illustrated Value Guide (Collectible Glassware from the Forties, Fifties and Sixties, 6th ed) by Gene Florence (8), Fenton Art Glass 1907-1939: Identification & Value Guide (2nd Edition) by Margaret Whitmyer (5), Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years by Gene Florence (7), The L. G. Wright Glass Company by James Measell (4), Evers' Standard Cut Glass Value Guide by Jo Evers (4), Opalescent Glass from A to Z by William Heacock (4), Tiffin glass, 1914-1940 by Leslie A. PiƱa (4), Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book II : Opalescent Glass from A to Z/With Price Guide by William Heacock (4), Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by Gene Florence (9)

Most-held works

Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by Gene Florence (9), Colored Glassware of the Depression Era, Book 2 by Hazel Marie Weatherman (9), Cambridge Glass Catalogue 1930-1934 by Cambridge Collectors of America (8), Collectible Glassware from the 40S, 50S, and 60s: An Illustrated Value Guide (Collectible Glassware from the Forties, Fifties and Sixties, 6th ed) by Gene Florence (8), Lancaster Glass Company, 1908-1937: Identification & Value Guid4e (Identification & Values (Collector Books)) by John P. Zastowney (8), Elegant glassware of the Depression era by Gene Florence (8), Fenton Glass The First Twenty-Five Years by William Heacock (7), Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years by Gene Florence (7), Imperial Glass Co. - 1904-1938 Catalogs: 104F, 101D, Reprint Catalogue by Douglas Archer (6), Vaseline Glass: Canary to Contemporary- The Comprehensive Guide to Yellow-Green Pattern Glass, Art Glass and Novelties from 1840 to the Present by David A. Peterson (6), Fenton Glass: The Third 25 Years by William Heacock (6), Fenton Glass the Second 25 Years by William Heacock (6), Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass by Bill Edwards (6), Heisey Glass: The Early Years : 1896-1924 by Shirley Dunbar (6), Crystal Stemware Identification Guide by Bob Page (6), Fenton Art Glass 1907-1939: Identification & Value Guide (2nd Edition) by Margaret Whitmyer (5), Florence's Glassware Pattern Identification Guide: Easy Identification for Glassware from the 1920s Through the 1960s by Gene Florence (5), Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Vol. 2, Cape Cod-L by James Measell (5), Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume 3, M-Z by Edited by James Measell National Glass Collectors (5), Fostoria: Its First Fifty Years by Hazel Marie Weatherman (5), Field Guide to Pattern Glass by Mollie Helen McCain (5), L.E. Smith Glass Company: The First One Hundred Years: History, Identification And Value Guide by Tom Felt (5), Encyclopedia of Paden City Glass: Identification and Values by Carrie Domitz (5), Anchor Hocking's Fire-King and More: Identification and Value Guide Including Early American Prescot and Wexford (Anchor by Gene Florence (5), Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass: Identification & Values by Bill Edwards (5)