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RESERVED DORFLINGER Americas Finest Glass, 1852-1921 A Reference Book by John Feller

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DORFLINGER Americas Finest Glass 1852-1921 is a quality reference book written and thoroughly researched by John Feller. It is a must-have reference for anyone interested in Dorflinger glass. It contains a complete history of the company along with over 500 individual patterns reproduced from company catalogs. Heavily illustrated with B&W (mostly) and color on nearly every page along with 40 pages of line drawings which are particularly informative, given how difficult it can be to photograph uncolored cut glass.

This book is a 9 by 11 1/4 hard cover, 374 pages and in very good, used condition with no missing or torn pages. A close examination revealed a couple phrases underlined in red ink. The book itself is like new, with the heavy dust jacket showing some slight use. This is a heavy book, weighing 4 pounds unwrapped. I will be mailing this using Media Mail, which is slower, but more cost effective. If you wish me to priority mail it, just let me know and I'll give you a new shipping quote.

I have over 200 reference books on glassware, and over 100 on china/pottery. I am going to start selling them as I will be moving to a smaller home. If you are looking for a specific reference book, please ask.

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RESERVED DORFLINGER Americas Finest Glass, 1852-1921 A Reference Book by John Feller


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: Dorflinger glass reference book
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