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Good, Better, Best: Trade Secrets for…

Good, Better, Best: Trade Secrets for Spotting a "Find"

by Carol Prisant

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"Entertaining and accessible, 'Good, Better, Best' coaches novices and devotees in choosing the highest quality items. It does this by featuring three photographs of a good, better, and best example of hundreds of antiques that, together, show the antiquer exactly how to distinguish the treasure from the not a treasure. Packed with more than two hundred full-color photographs, this ingenious handbook is broad in scope and covers everything from brass doorsteps and porcelain plates to silver napkin rings and coffee tables from America and Europe..."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)



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