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5 edition of Collector"s guide to bookends found in the catalog.

Collector"s guide to bookends

identification and values

by Louis Kuritzky

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Published by Collector Books in Paducah, KY .
Written in

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Bookends -- Collectors and collecting -- United States.,
    • Bookends -- United States -- Catalogs.,
    • Art metal-work -- Collectors and collecting -- United States.,
    • Art metal-work -- United States -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementLouis Kuritzky.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ684 .K84 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination222 p. :
      Number of Pages222
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL422068M
      ISBN 101574320068
      LC Control Number98126953
      OCLC/WorldCa38164076

      Stock-Up Sale Ends Soon • FreeLeaf Paper from $20 • Shop Now. Home / BOOKS / Bookends Collection Guide. Shop By Category. Since the publication of the Collector's Guide to Bookends by Louis Kuritzky and Charles De Costa, first published by Collector Books in , knowledge about bookend sculptors, founders, and subject matter has continued to grow. This single volume is by far the most detailed and authoritative text published on the topic to date.

      Bookend Revue (19th & 20th Century Book Ends) by: Robert Seecof, Donna Lee Seecof, Louis Kuritzky. Book Title: Bookend Revue With Values. This is a pioneering study of bookends. Information is provided about the sculptors who designed bookends, and about the foundries that produced their Rating: % positive. McBride, Gerald Collectors Guide to Cast Metal Bookends. Atglen, Pa. Schiffer Kuritzky, Louis and Charles De Costa Collectors Encyclopedia of Bookends: Identity & Values. Collector Books Futurama General Motors Corporation Society of Beaux-Arts Architects. Year Book of the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects and of the Beaux Arts Institute of.

      However, a cat fancier and collector, who goes by the moniker, Kait-Kat, contacted The Bookend Collector regarding her geometric Cat bookends. The photos of her Cat bookends are remarkably similar to our Geometric Dogs. The Maker’s Mark, “Made In Japan”, on her bookends is quite clear and most probably dates from the ’s. It contains illustrations of many different bookends. Other books to read are "A Collector's Guide to Cast Metal Bookends" by Gerald McBride and "The Collector's Encyclopedia of Bookends" by Louis Kuritzky & Charles De Costa. Both these books give interesting insight into the fascinating world of bookend collectors.


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An illustrated, full-color value guide covering a wide range of bookend types and styles, with a detailed look at the three main processes used to create cast-metal bookends, a tour through the history of manufacturers who pioneered this art form, a special chapter on cast metal bookracks, sample pages from actual company catalogs, and more than 40 photographs of company identification marks /5(5).

About this Item: Collector Books, Paducah, Kentucky, Oversized Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. 8 1/2" x 11", pp. Well-illustrated compendium of collectible bookends, with sharp color photographs and descriptions of each, original manufacturer catalog pages with photographs, and a section on the manufacturers themselves.

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Several Western bookends feature covered wagons. Hubley made at least 2 different versions, one of which is shown below. W.H. Howell’s contribution to the genre is documented in the BOOKEND REVUE, Fig.Seecof & Seecof, and in Gerald P.

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