This all-new identification and value guide is a companion book to David Wilson s first book because there are no repeated items. It features more than 500 gorgeous color photos of store fixtures, showcases, advertising items, patent medicines, dye cabinets, coffee mills, and much more from the shelves, counters, and walls of the old general store. The informative historical text is paired with period photos of actual stores showing displays, storekeepers, and customers. This is a fascinating look at part of America s history and the resulting collectible field. 1998 values. AUTHORBIO: David Wilson has collected country store Americana for more than 34 years. He has been an antique dealer and appraiser, an has operated a museum in California s gold discovery site, Coloma. He has been a member of the Tin Container Collector s Association, Antique Advertising Association of America, and the Oregon State Historical Society. REVIEW: This book saves collectors untold hours of research trying to identify things in their inventory. Hundreds of glass patterns are shown in detail for easy reference.
This is a must-have guide for the serious collector of Halloween memorabilia, and anyone who would like to price a piece found at a flea market or in an attic. The detailed captioning is unmatched in any other Halloween price guide. Every piece is photographed, and every piece is captioned with basic information.&break;&break;Over 700 photographs&break;Every entry is accompanies by a photograph&break;Price is given for the condition shown&break;Tabbed to make it easy to find the section you re looking for
TV Guide: The Official Collectors Guide is the ultimate price guide for collectors, as well as a history of TV as seen through the pages of TV Guide® magazine. The book contains almost 38,000 covers – all in color, as well as the values of every issue starting from the 1950s. It profiles the history of TV programs by decades and tells collectors where and how to find back issues. The book is 8 ½ x 11 inches, perfect bound, and has 315 full-color pages. This is the first time every TV Guide digest-size cover has been printed in one publication. Dr. Stephen H. Hofer, a professor of communications at Chicago State University and curator of the Philo T. Farnsworth Television History Center in Auburn, Indiana, is the Editor.
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