Collecting American Dinnerware

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RANDOM HOUSE, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 168 pages
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Learn to think, talk, buy, and sell like an expert!
-A concise look at American everyday dinnerware and its makers, designs, marks, colors, form, and collectibility.
- Illuminating the most popular collectible dinnerware from the 1920s to today--including Hall China, Red Wing Pottery, Roseville, Stangl, and Vernon Pottery.
- Features today's market trends, a complete resource guide, a guide to buying and selling, and much more!

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Joe L. Rosson and Helaine Fendelman are the host of the popular television show seen on PBS stations nationwide "Treasures in the Attic." Helaine writes the "What is it? What is it worth?" column for "Country Living" magazine and Joe is the antiques columnist for the "Knoxville News-Sentinel." They both write Scripts Howard weekly newspaper column "Treasures in the attic.

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