Colored Glassware of the Depression Era Bk. 2 by Hazel M. Weatherman (1977, Hardcover)
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- flowerscentsApr 6, 2014by
If you want information on Depression Glass, "This is the book you want."
This is by far the most informative book on Depression Glass I have purchased so far. Their is a wealth of information along with many great photos. I will enjoy this book for years to come and have used it to identify many pieces of glass.
- tonibagleyNov 4, 2008by
A "must-have bible" for serious glassware folks
This is the absolute definitive encyclopedia of American Depression-Era glassware. I bought it because it came highly recommended by a fellow e-Bayer. This is a heavy tome, meticulously detailed, but alas - no major color photo entries! Nonetheless, it is worth more than 10 times whatever you pay for it. You will probably wear it out with sleuthing usage! Dare I say, it is the glassware "bible". No respectable Depression Glass book collection should be without it. Among these types of expensive (and oftentimes "fluffy") books, this is the one you will never regret having bought.
- oldlady871May 28, 2009by
Colored Glassware of the DEpression Era/Book 2
I was at a Depression Glass Show, asking questions. They directed me to this book and told me it was "THE" book for Depression Glassware. I own other books on depression glass and have read many more. I find this book lists more patterns and makers than any other that I have read. The narrative is informative. This book is a great one to just browse.
- lariat-roundupMay 21, 2007by
Weatherman still a great source.
It's a great basic Depression Era glass book. Even after 30 years (first edition 1974) it is the only source for some of the information it contains -- especially information on small companies that have been passed over by other researchers.<br><br>Combined it Book One and later Price Watches that had additional and correction information, it makes for a sorce that is hard to match.<br><br>We have two copies in our glass club library and they are constantly in use at meetings or checked out.