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The Knopf Collector's Guide to American Antiques: Furniture: Volume One - Chairs, Tables, Sofas & Beds (The Knopf Collectors' Guides to American . New York Times Book of Antiques.
The Knopf Collector's Guide to American Antiques: Furniture: Volume One - Chairs, Tables, Sofas & Beds (The Knopf Collectors' Guides to American Antiques). Nineteenth-Century America: Furniture and Other Decorative Arts. Berry B. Tracy, Suzanne Boorsch, Marilynn Johnson, Marvin D. Schwartz. American Interiors 1675-1885.
Home Collector Tips Antique and Vintage Jewelry Maker’s Marks: A.Silver purity marks also specify metal content (for reference, sterling silver is 9. percent pure silver).
Home Collector Tips Antique and Vintage Jewelry Maker’s Marks: A Collector’s Guide. Antique and Vintage Jewelry Maker’s Marks: A Collector’s Guide. Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes. In 1961, the American government also mandated that jewelry manufacturers include a maker’s mark, which indicates the producer of a piece of jewelry. Hallmarking in Great Britain has had a long history, dating back to the 14th century. Therefore, for sterling silver, look for marks that include 925, STERLING, STG, or STER.
Antique silver - books and catalogs. This is the 'small' library of a 'small' collector of antique silver. Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufactures. created by Giorgio B. owner of ww. ilvercollection. My first purchase of silver was made in 1996, when at an antique fair I bought a briar-wood case with a silver cover. Silver was hallmarked with the "Fascio" mark. So I understood it was made in Italy, around 1935/1940. Soon I discovered that collecting silver is an expensive business and that the best way to catch bargains is to have a great knowledge about silver, its hallmarks, its workmanship technique and its history.
Xvii, 174 pages : 21 cm. Reprint. Originally published: 1st ed. New York : Doubleday, 1975
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2 Dear Collector, Coins reflect the culture and the times in which they were produced, and the United States silver dollar follows America s story from the nation s founding to the present
2 Dear Collector, Coins reflect the culture and the times in which they were produced, and the United States silver dollar follows America s story from the nation s founding to the present. Step back to the days of the American Revolution, and you ll find that the colonists used a variety of silver coins. Yet, the principal coin was the Spanish dollar, or 8 Reales, forerunner to America s dollars. David M. Sundman, A legacy of our nation s past! LCC President In 1792, Congress authorized a silver dollar, and in, America s first silver dollars the Flowing Hair were struck.
Collector's Guides to American Antiques. Once A Classic; Always A Classic. If someone told me I could only have one book in my library about furniture, this would be the one I would choose. how to spot fakes, all elements of construction, hardware,etc. It's out of print, now, so the best way to get a reasonably priced copy is to shop on E-Bay. This item doesn't belong on this page.