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    Boehm's Birds: The Porcelain Art of Edward Marshall Boehm by Cosentino, Frank J

    New York: Frederick Fell Publishers, 1960. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very good. Hardcover in dust jacket. First edition. Near fine in very good unclipped dust jacket. Gift message on half-title page. Illustrated with pictures of Boehm's porcelain birds. Color and black-and-white photos. 206 pp. In protective Mylar,



    Norman Rockwell Art and Collectibles by Lucky, Carl F

    Alabama: Books Americana. Very Good. 1981. First Edition; First Printing. Trade Paperback. 9780896890213 . Size : 5 by 8 inches Pages: 301 Condition : This great Rockwell reference book is in very good condition with light soiling to the covers , light edge wear and readers creases. The binding is tight and the text and illustrations clean. ; A classic Identification and value guide with 100's of black and white and color photographs. This is a in-depth look at How , what and where to collect Norman Rockwell memorabilia and collectibles. The contents include sections with various chapters, Section 1 is about the artist , section 2 is a collectors guide with chapters on Care , display and storage of your collection, Some pitfalls you may encounter, A list of useful reference works, sources for your collection, The Anatomy of your collection. Reproductions, and more . Section 3 is The figurines listed by makers which include Gorham, Franklin porcelain, Goebel Art, Danbury mint just to name a few, Section 4 is China , Porcelain and Crystal Plates once again by makers with sizes and markings , Section 5 lists Metal plates, Plaques and crystal Plates, Section 6 lists Bells, Section 7 is Medals and Ingots, Section 8 lists Miscellaneous Collectibles such as Boxes, Bowls , Cups, mugs Steins, Greeting cards, Music Boxes, paperweights, Spoons , Trays, Thimbles, and much more, Section 9 is The prints, Section 10 is magazine cover Illustrations and last is section 11 listing story features and advertising Illustrations. A very comprehensive book that can make you money as a dealer or save you money as a collector. I know because I own a copy myself. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 301 pages .



    Heraldic Miniature Knights by Greenhill, Peter

    Sussex, England: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 1991. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Hardcover in dust jacket. 4to. First printing. Book and dust jacket are As New, crisp, clean, unblemished, unworn. Gilt on boards is bright, corners are sharp. Color plates throughout of heraldic miniature knights. Gift-giving condition. 176 pp. including index. In protective Mylar. Heavy--may require additional postage if shipped other than domestic media mail.



    An Illustrated Dictionary of Ceramics by Savage, George and Harold Newman

    London: Thames and Hudson, 1992. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 9.75 x 6.5 x 1 inches; 2 pounds; 320 p. Includes an introductory list of principal European factories and their marks compiled by John Cushion, formerly of the Department of Ceramic, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. With 604 black & white illustrations.  Book is near fine with minor edge wear, but there are two small, faint stains on the front cover, one at the upper edge and one at the lower. The picture is a scan of the actual book.



    Carrousel Art Featuring the Lion [a]: Number 7 by Swenson, Marge

    Garden Grove, CA: Carrousel Art, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Softcover in illustrated stapled wraps. First edition. October 1979 issue of Carrousel Magazine, devoted entirely to the Lion. Book is crisp and clean, with very light wear to wraps and a few spots on rear panel. All photos in black and white. Oblong 4to. 56 pp.

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