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Antiques Roadshow Primer: The Introductory…

Antiques Roadshow Primer: The Introductory Guide to Antiques and…

by Carol Prisant

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Tells how to investigate the history of furniture, silver, jewelry, clocks, toys, and books, and how to select an appraiser.



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Great photos, and once-over-lightly on many of the main divisions of antiques: furniture, paintings, glass, ceramics, books, toys, jewelry, etc. Not much depth, and nothing on values, but as I said, great photos. ( )
  MerryMary | Oct 29, 2007 |
OK, this is decent at explaining different eras and styles, but pretty lightweight. It basically skims each topic, but doesn't go into depth on anything. I wasn't too impressed, although I still have the book. It has nice photographs! ( )
  nevusmom | Nov 15, 2006 |
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