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Antique silver and silver collecting

Author: John Culme; John G Strang
Publisher: London, New York, Hamlyn, 1973.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'Our aim, ' say the authors, 'has been to impart the knowledge which will allow a collector to rely more confidently on his own judgment' The emphasis throughout the book is on good taste and good design, and while the first chapters deal with the marvelous English and American silver of the 18th century, highly prized for its fine craftsmanship, the largest part of the book is devoted to the long-neglected and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Culme; John G Strang
ISBN: 0600380238 9780600380238
OCLC Number: 766184
Description: 96 pages illustrations (some color), color portrait 30 cm
Responsibility: [by] John Culme [and] John G. Strang.

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'Our aim, ' say the authors, 'has been to impart the knowledge which will allow a collector to rely more confidently on his own judgment' The emphasis throughout the book is on good taste and good design, and while the first chapters deal with the marvelous English and American silver of the 18th century, highly prized for its fine craftsmanship, the largest part of the book is devoted to the long-neglected and underrated 19th century which is now becoming so popular.

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