Bennington Pottery and Porcelain, by Richard Carter Barret – Curator of the Bennington Museum, 1958, First Edition. Published by Bonanza Books, New York. 342 pages with over 2000 illustration. Hardcover
From the summary – "This is the first complete book on the dozen or more types of ceramic wares made in Bennington, Vermont, during the nineteenth century, and for collectors who have long sought a reliable aid to identification of the ceramic articles known as "Bennington ware", this is a comprehensive and unique handbook."
This book very good condition with the dust jacket intact and the book pages secure and the binding tight. The dust jacket shows some shelf wear on the surface and around the edges where some small chips/nicks are apparent. The jacket is otherwise free repairs save a small tear at the top of the dust jacket spine and upper and lower corners on the front. The original owners bookplate is fixed on the inside cover along with another name handwritten in ink.
This is a nice clean copy in very good condition. The book weighs 2 pounds 9.2 ounces, measures 8 by 10 ¾ and 1-¼ inches thick.
A great addition to any collector's library!
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