Sotheby's Concise Encyclopedia of Glass, David Battie and Simon Cottle General Editors, 1991. Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Toronto, London, First U. S. Edition. 208 pages. Hardcover. ISBN 0-316-08374-7
From the dust jacket: "Sotheby's Concise Encyclopedia of Glass is indispensable for anyone interested in glass, from the savviest collector to the mere enthusiast. The encyclopedia surveys the subject from its beginnings over 4,000 years ago in Bronze Age Mesopotamia to the present tracing its development in major centers of production throughout the ages."
This book is in very good condition with the book pages secure and the binding tight. The dust jacket is intact with no tears or repairs, protected by a light plastic over jacket and just a touch of shelf wear to the plastic. The book boards are in excellent condition with no blunting at the corners or spine.
This is a nice clean copy in excellent condition. The book weighs 2 pounds 14.6 ounces, measures 9 ¾ by 11 ¼ and about ¾ inch thick.
A fabulous addition to any collector's library!
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