Michael J. Kelly If you see the Golden Arches, you know exactly what they mean. McDonald s restaurants have been around since 1955, and have served cheeseburgers, french fries, and other happy meals to billions of people around the world. Besides its popularity for their fast food, McDonald s has also become well-known for pouring its beverages into hundreds of different glasses, cups, mugs, and other drinkware. These various containers have become highly collectible, and have been around since the 1970s. Michael J. Kelly, co-author of the popular Collectible Drinking Glasses, has focused this time specifically on McDonald s drinkware and produced the most comprehensive identification and value guide on this subject. Over 1,600 items, both domestic and foreign, are listed and pictured in almost 300 color photographs. It s the only book to list and price glass, ceramic, pottery, plastic, acrylic, and paper drinkware. Glasses and cups commemorating grand openings, anniversaries, conventions, Hamburger University, Ronald McDonald House, sports, and NASCAR are all featured in this book. There is extensive coverage of convention stemware, paper cups, travel mugs, sports bottles, and sports glassware. Plus it features rare McDonald s managers issues, prototypes, and error glasses never before seen in any publication.
The many 19th and 20th century American Indian collectibles showcased in this book especially embrace authentic weapons and weapon cases, horse gear, tools, stone pipes, and ceremonial items. Actual old trade goods, such as Hudson s Bay collectibles, trade beads, trade cloth, and trade blankets, are also featured. Contemporary replicas of traditional Indian art appear, including clothing, ornamented blankets, pouches and bags, parfleches, and more. Extensive text provides valuable information for collectors on identifying old and new artifacts, plus fascinating background on Indian "hobbyists" around the world. The range of items in each category is comprehensive, and detailed descriptions will be useful for both sellers and collectors. The values reflect actual auction estimates and results. The authors companion volume, The New Four Winds Guide to American Indian Artifacts, has more Indian-made items of both old and new vintage.
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Get ready for adventure as ghost town expert Philip Varney takes you on a tour of the Pacific Northwest’s most fascinating historic ghost towns, mining camps, fishing villages, lumber towns, and historic forts of Oregon, Washington, and southern British Columbia. With intriguing anecdotes, current travel information, maps, and outstanding color and historical photographs, this thoroughly practical book serves as both a fascinating history of the Northwest and British Columbia and a trustworthy travel guide to the region’s ghost towns. If you’re an armchair traveler, you’ll appreciate the rich color photographs and descriptive text that bring the region to life. With chapters arranged geographically and featuring detailed maps, this pictorial guide makes traveling the area a breeze. About the Author and Photographers: Long-time ghost-town hunter Philip Varney is the author of Voyageur Press’s "Ghost Towns of Colorado" and "Ghost Towns of Northern California." He regularly contributes to "Arizona Highways" magazine and frequently leads travel groups on ghost-town tours. John and Susan Drew’s work has been published worldwide in calendars, magazines, and books, including Voyageur Press’s "Ghost Towns of Colorado" and "Ghost Towns of Northern California."
Bargain Books are non-returnable. Imagine visiting the greatest works of Maybeck, Morris, Frank Lloyd Wright, Green and Green. Across the country, there are hundreds of places to see classic examples of Arts and Crafts architecture, furniture, and art. The first guidebook of its kind, Arts & Crafts Design in America leads the way to the best of them. Including 250 detailed entries and illustrated with photographs throughout, this unique travel companion describes bungalows and other sites open to the public, noteworthy Arts and Crafts buildings that can be toured or viewed from the street, and museum collections of whole-room interiors and exceptional objects. In addition to listings helpfully organized by state, the authors offer a useful resources section and a general introduction for newcomers to the movement. For enthusiasts, travelers, and collectors, Arts & Crafts Design in America is a captivating tour of this enduring style born abroad but embraced throughout the country.
A comprehensive, cohesive look at criminal evidence Criminal Evidence provides a comprehensive legal framework of the rules of evidence, highlights key law enforcement issues in the field, and uses current, newsworthy headline cases to illustrate major points and generate student interest. While comprehensive-coverage spans the historical evolution of American jurisprudence from inception to contemporary courts-potentially complicated concepts are presented in a clear, reader-friendly manner. The text is organized to reinforce foundational concepts discussed in introductory courses prior to the presentation of sophisticated legal constructs The Second Edition is completely updated and significantly expanded with nearly 40% more content than the previous edition, five new pedagogical tools per chapter, and the complete text of the Federal Rules of Evidence, Magna Carta, and the Bill of Rights.
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The spirit of Colorado’s land is mirrored in all who prize its wildness and seek its preservation. Its sublime mountains, sun-dazzled plains, rugged canyons, wildflower-splashed meadows, and crystalline waters have long inspired people from diverse walks of life to strive to preserve it--in words, on canvas, in song. And, in its most imperative sense, many have also sought literally to preserve it. Colorado’s natural heritage is a legacy to be cherished and protected for generations to come. It will take the mind, spirit, and will of the Colorado people to succeed, but there is a driving, urgent imperative among its committed to save these special places that will be lost forever if the challenge goes unheeded. "Colorado Wild: Preserving the Spirit and Beauty of Our Land," a collaboration between naturalist writer Judith Sellers, well-known for her conservation efforts, and photographer Willard Clay, is a striking artistic photographic tour of Colorado’s wilderness with large-format photography and text highlighting past, recent, and current conservation efforts. Filled with the natural treasures of the state, "Colorado Wild" is a call to the challenge of preserving our land.