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"Antique Trader" Pottery and Porcelain Ceramics Price Guide (Antique Trader's Pottery & Porcelain Ceramics Price Guide) Paperback – 1 Feb 2003
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29 May 2001
This a very interesting book, covering a wide range of American and European porcelain marks and manufacturers, from France to Austria and Hungary. The book has many information for youngsters starting-out, such as pictures (including a full colour section), a glossary of terms, and even an apendix on how to read English registry marks of the 19th century. It also has more detailed information for professional matters. Overall, a great book to add to your library.
3 June 2001
I bought this book as an amateur wanting to know more about pottery and porcelain and the price guide. This book is pretty useless for amateurs. It only gave the tiniest bit of information about each piece and a lot of that was abbreiviated. It was also badly laid out...
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3rd Edition of A Classic Pottery & Porcelain Ceramics Guide
24 August 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
35 people found this helpful.
Updated version of the useful guidebook, containing 390 pages, with more than 1,200 black and white photos and a 16 page full color section. There are 125 sketches of markings, for reference. Year 2000 pricing is provided, along with collecting guidelines, and a glossary of terms. The book is completely indexed for easy reference. Topics range from Austrian, Doulton, Harker, to UHL, Warwick and Zsolnay. Each topic is described. The volume is an easy to use reference work. With its handy size, you'll want to keep it with you when you antique. Add it to your library.
Personally, I shouldn't have bothered
25 April 2002 - Published on Amazon.com
6 people found this helpful.
I found this book to be very limited and incomplete. Of the dozen or so items I looked up, it had listed two. Even such catagories as well documented as Royal Doulton were incomplete, leaving me guessing as to the value of my pieces. I really wouldnt recommend this to anyone.
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