Country Living Innovation and Design

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Random House Information Group, 2007 - Antiques & Collectibles - 194 pages
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From the pages of Country Living magazine's most popular column, "What Is It? What Is It Worth?," comes an exciting introduction to a new world of collectibles. In Innovation and Design, professional antiques appraisers Joe Rosson and Helaine Fendelman explore the fascinating histories and market values of a wide range of mechanical, electrical, and functional items that have caught the attention of modern collectors. From electric fans, radios, and sewing machines to toasters, typewriters, and televisions, this book showcases the highlights of household design and technology of the twentieth century.

Every item featured in full-color
This book offers a unique history of the most important twentieth century innovators and designers
A helpful glossary of technical terms

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About the author (2007)

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.

Helaine Fendelman and Joe L. Rosson are the co-hosts of the popular television series "Treasures in Your Attic," and together they authored the companion book to the series as well as a nationally syndicated " Treasures in Your Attic" newspaper column. Separately, Helaine Fendelman writes the column " What Is It? What Is It Worth?" for "Country Living" magazine, and Joe Rosson is the antiques columnist for the "Knoxville News-Sentinel,

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