Chartwell Books, 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 224 pages
Readers learn how to identify bakelite and other plastics, as well as how to discern the value of individual bakelite products, such as jewelry, radios, lamps, and many other novelties that are now considered to be collectibles.
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