Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide

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Collector Books, Aug 31, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 602 pages
Antique dealers and collectors are quite aware that bargains are getting harder and harder to come by each and every day. Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide is still a real bargain at $12.95. Collectors, dealers, and our customers continue to ask how we can produce this huge 612-page book each year for such a low price. It's simple -- we do it by numbers. It's no secret with publishing that the more you print, the less expensive each book is. So, thanks to all our loyal customers who continue to buy our #1 bestselling title, we are able to keep the retail price low without sacrificing one bit of quality. That is why you get the best for less. In August 1999 we will begin shipping the 18th edition of America's top antiques price guide. Once again we have included over 50,000 listings, each one from all-new sources and carefully checked by an authority on each particular subject. These 600+ expert advisors make sure only the best and most accurate information remains. No one person could possibly be an authority on the over 600 categories that fill this reference, but Bob and Sharon Huxford and their highly respected team of advisors work year-round to make this the most respected, up-to-date guide in the field of antiques and collectibles. Hundreds of sharp original photographs illustrate not only the rare and unusual, but also the common collectibles -- not postage-stamp photographs, but large, close-up shots that show important details clearly. Each subject is presented with history and other background information. Our editors keep abreast of newly developing trends, often adding several new categories a year. If it merits the interest of today's collector, you'll find it inSchroeder's. You can feel confident that the information we publish is up to the minute and accura

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Contents

Section 1
129
Section 2
173
Section 3
256
Copyright

About the author (1999)

After writing their first book, The Story of Fiesta, published in 1974, the Huxfords became pottery editors for Collector Books and in that capacity wrote several other books on various Ohio potteries: Roseville Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Brush-McCoy Pottery, Weller Pottery, and Roseville Pottery, Volume II. Since 1982 they have been editors of Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide; Schroeder's Collectible Toys; Antique to Modern; Garage Sale & Flea Market Annual; and Wanted to Buy.

After writing their first book, The Story of Fiesta, published in 1974, the Huxfords became pottery editors for Collector Books and in that capacity wrote several other books on various Ohio potteries: Roseville Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Brush-McCoy Pottery, Weller Pottery, and Roseville Pottery, Volume II. Since 1982 they have been editors of Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide; Schroeder's Collectible Toys; Antique to Modern; Garage Sale & Flea Market Annual; and Wanted to Buy.

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