Many new photos and new discoveries and information make Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years indispensable to all glass collectors and dealers. More than 5,000 items are showcased in beautiful professional color photos with descriptions and values. Many new finds and exceptionally rare pieces have been added. The highly collectible glass from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s fills the nearly 300 pages, in addition to the ever-popular Fire King glassware. This comprehensive encyclopedia provides an easy to use format, showing items by color, shapes, or patterns. The collector will enjoy the pages of glass, from colorful juice reamers, shakers, rare and unusual glass knives, to the mixing bowls and baking dishes we still find in our kitchen cupboards. The price guide has been revised to reflect the current collector market. 8.5 x 11. 272 pages. 2005 values.