Basic book of antiques & collectibles
Begin your search for quality antiques right here as you learn all the basics of the antiques hobby: where to look, how to identify true antiques, how to recognize reproductions, and how to care for your finds. Protect your time and investments with this comprehensive introduction to the hobby.
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Antiques Roadshow Primer: The Introductory Guide to Antiques and ...
Limited preview - 1999
Chapter One Furniture
American Style Periods
Federal Hepplewhite Duncan Phyfe
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