Print-based books on antiques and collectibles are becoming harder and harder to come by with more publishers making the move toward e-books. If you value having paper books on your favorite collecting topics, now's the time to purchase them. Here are a few favorites covering a variety of collecting genres.
Since Depression-era glass has skyrocketed in price, newer patterns from the 40s, 50s and 60s are becoming more popular. Whether you're looking for an inexpensive type of glassware to collect or know a friend with a collection who needs values, this book definitely fits the bill.
This book is a staple for Depression glass lovers. Whether you want to learn more before beginning a collection or obtain current values for glass you already own, this book will serve you well.
This popular tableware has more fans than ever. A must for beginners and experienced collectors branching out into this colorful area of collecting.
This book covers R.S. Prussia porcelain wares from the era most sought by collectors. Even if you have one or more other titles on this topic, you'll still enjoy adding this reference to your library.
A wonderful resource for toy collectors and general pickers alike. Includes antique to modern toys with more than 20,000 listings and current values.