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        StatementJensen
        PublishersJensen
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsMarch 1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 139 p. :
        Number of Pages66
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100752904167
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The National Bottle Museum in Ballston Spa, New York, celebrates the history of the bottle-making industry.

A beginner's guide to buying antiques

However, exactly how old an object is dictates whether it can correctly be called an antique. One might not think that these tiny glass balls can hold much value, but you would be surprised what some have sold for. Use the general databases listed above, but a few others to try include:• These patterned canes can create a multitude of designs and commonly feature botanical themes.

Susan Tobier Rogove, coauthor with Marcia Buan Steinhauer of Pyrex by Corning, A Collector's Guide, identify nearly four hundred different pieces by year or item number. Today the scarce find proves that one era's trash is another's treasure.