Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Hazel-Atlas Glass Identification Value Guide Second Edition by Gene Florence, Cathy Florence: Book Review

Hazel-Atlas Glass Identification and Value Guide Second Edition by Gene Florence, Cathy Florence
Another wonderful book by Gene and Cathy Florence.. Kitchen collectibles enthusiasts... you will love this book! Wait to you find out how many kitchenwares, dishes, glassware you adore were made by Hazel Atlas. This 256 page hard cover book is exciting, colorful, packed and extremely well organized . A real treat......loved it.

Description: http://www.collectorbooks.com/
The Hazel-Atlas Company was established in Washington, Pennsylvania, in 1902 as a result of the merger of the Hazel Glass Company and the neighboring Atlas Glass and Metal Company. Though its corporate offices were located in Wheeling, West Virginia, Hazel-Atlas factories produced machine-made pressed glass throughout the U.S., including Oakland, California; Buffalo, New York; and Ada, Oklahoma. Cathy and Gene Florence, America s leading glassware authorities, have produced a second edition of their popular title devoted to Hazel-Atlas glass. Loaded with hundreds of new pieces and color photographs, the book still retains its organization by categories (children's dishes, tumblers, food containers, patterns, mugs, bowls, plates, syrups), making it easy for readers to locate items. A handy index is a nice new addition to the book.
Book Details:

10-digit ISBN #: 1-57432-605-8
13-digit ISBN #: 978-1-57432-605-5
Number of Pages: 256
Number of Illustrations: 1107

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