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antique boxes • breweriana, wine & spirits antiques
Antique Boxes: 1760-1880.
Antigone Clarke
& Joseph O’Kelly. Covers antique boxes and tea
caddies, along with the people who inspired,
made, and used them. Featured are wooden,
tortoiseshell, ivory, papier mâché, lacquer, Pen-
work, Straw work, Tunbridge ware boxes, and
many more. Captions include complete descrip-
tions, values, and circa dates. An indispensable
companion for box collectors.
Size:9"x12"•887colorphotos,18b/w illus.
Price Guide/Index • 304 pp.
Antique Enamels for Collectors.
Joachim F.
Richter. Beautiful enameled art presented with
informative text and 190+ color photos. All enam-
eling techniques are explained to allow collectors
and dealers to organize their treasures correctly. A
history covers origins, art history variations, styles,
greatartists,andmakes relationshipsclear.
Lacquered Boxes.
Detlev Richter. History of
the styles and over 350 illustrations of antique,
exquisitely painted papier-mâché and lacquer
boxes, many made to hold snuff in the 18th
and 19th centuries. Informative text explains
the European manufacturing and artistic pro-
cesses, important makers and their signatures,
various uses, leading collections, and evolving
traditions of the boxes.
Size:81/2’’x11’’•Over350 illustrations• Index•
breweriana, wine & spirits antiques
Vintage Anheuser-Busch®: An Unautho-
rized Collector’s Guide.
Donna Baker. The
early years of Anheuser-Busch, today’s leader
in the brewing industry. Over 400 color photos
trace the company’s colorful advertising from
the late 1800s through the mid-20th century
on lithographed prints, signs, trays, calendars,
corkscrews, jewelry, and much more. Features
Budweiser, Faust, Malt-Nutrine, Bevo, and
other brands.
Collectible Beer Trays.
Gary Straub. With
over 600 color photographs of different beer
companies’ advertising trays and an engaging
text, the reader follows the rise and fall of the
lithographed tin beer tray from its 1890s intro-
duction, through its golden years, and eventual
post-World War II decline. Manufacturers of
the trays, their artwork, and their marks are
described in detail.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
Beer Signs for the Collector.
Scott Faragher.
From Alpenbrau to Zima, this ultimate collector’s
book on beer signs features more than 450 color
photos of early wood and cardboard signs, ani-
mated, hanging, and wall-mounted signs, electric
lanterns, and clocks—all in alphabetical order
according to brand of beer. Includes information
on dates, sizes, values, manufacturers, and
manufacturing techniques.A treat foraficionados
of breweriana and advertising alike!
Size:81/2"x11"•459colorphotos •Price Guide •
160 pp. • ISBN:0-7643-1279-0•softcover•$29.95
Beer Advertising: Knives, Letter Openers,
Ice Picks, Cigar Cutters, and More.
A. Bull. Informative, and truly entertaining, this
book illustrates the finer points of beer adver-
tising in over 500 color photographs of many
sharp or pointed objects associated with beer
advertising. Information about the breweries
and brands advertised, the makers, a price
guide, and a detailed index make it a sharp
beer reference.
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
Vintage Beer Tap Markers: Ball Knobs,
George Baley. More than 2000
highlycollectible“ball”style tapmarkers,used to
identify the names of beers being dispensed from
tapsor faucets.Theknobs represent1000brands
of beer manufactured by over 675 breweries.
Includes a special section on imported beers,
the history of ball knobs, dates, grading, pricing,
manufacturers, and a detailed index of breweries.
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
Back Bar Beer Figurines.
George Baley.
Showcases back bar advertising figurines and
shelf signs used by American breweries, including
some of the rarest items known. Descriptions
provide height, material, dates of use, and
current value. Includes information on major
manufacturers, grading, pricing, repairing, and
reproductions. A valuable reference for beer
statue collectors and breweriana buffs.
Price Guide • 176 pp.
New England Breweriana.
G. Cushman,
R. Hammer, D. Lang, H. & H. R. McMurtery,
K. Ostrow, D. Purvis, and E. & G. Theberge.
Advertising legacy from over 200 New England
breweries. Featured are a multitude of exquisite
lithographs, trays, signs of all types, cans and
bottles, foam scrapers, tap knobs, and more.
Includes background information on companies,
values, and a foreword by noted breweriana
author Will Anderson.
Size:81/2"x11"•770colorphotos •Price Guide •
176 pp. •ISBN:0-7643-1358-4•softcover•$29.95
Canned! Artwork of the Modern
American Beer Can.
Russ Phillips.
Until 2002, it was all but impossible to
find beer in a can that wasn’t produced
by one of America’s large industrial
brewers. Since then craft breweries
have turned canning beer into an art
form. Get to know the story behind the
can designs of Sierra Nevada, Midnight
Sun, Maui, Oskar Blues, New Belgium
and nearly 200 more breweries.
JimBeamFigural Bottles: An Unauthorized
Collector’s Guide.
Revised 2nd Edition
Molly Higgins. The reference guide Beamers
have been waiting for! 100s of decanters or-
ganized by series, including Famous People,
Sports, Wheel, Opera, Regal China, and many
others, all shown in color with current market
values and helpful information for the collector.
Both ceramic and glass decanters, along with
convention giveaways.
Figural Whiskey Bottles by Hoffman, Li-
onstone, McCormick, Ski Country, and
Melissa Cardona & Ginny Parfitt. Over
1600figuralwhiskeybottles in fullcolor, including
complete collections of Ski Country, Ezra Brooks,
and McCormick bottles. Also Wild Turkey, Dugs,
Lionstone, Potters, Kontinental, Daviess County,
Poncho Villa, and Louis and Clark. 600+ photos
aid in identifying and pricing.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
Wine Antiques and Collectibles.
Donald A.
Bull and Joseph C. Paradi. Over 2100 photos and
text cover the vast array of wine memorabilia
available. Antiques and collectibles take readers
from the vineyards and stores to the cellars
and the tables. Included are tools for growing,
harvesting, and producing wine; cork removers
and serving devices; games, signs, and tokens for
sales; and museum pieces from Spain.
Champagne Collectibles.
Donald A. Bull
& Joseph C. Paradi. Well-known corkscrew
collectors, Don Bull and Joe Paradi, uncork the
excitement flowing from an array of Champagne
memorabilia. This detailed book for collectors
has more than 1250 photographs depicting
over 1800 items, many from collections around
the world, and offers a thorough review of
Champagne memories and tools.
Size:9"x12"•1260+colorandb/w images•Price
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3721-5 • hard cover • $79.99
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Figural Corkscrews.
Donald Bull. A wide
range of figural corkscrews in over 900 splen-
did photographs, ranging from an airplane
to zebras with details and value ranges. The
“museum” alone offers the reader a fascinating
visit to the world of corkscrew barrels, jugs, bells,
bottles, faucets, insects, keys, pipes, and more.
Corkscrew designs by Alessi, Colombo, Gemelli.
Size: 9" x 12" • 952 color photos • Price Guide
The Ultimate Corkscrew Book.
Donald A.
Bull. An guide to corkscrews from around the
world with over 700 color photos and 3600
illustrated and documented examples. It show-
cases diversity and creativity in corkscrews over
several hundred years. Author Donald A. Bull
displays categorical examples of eclectic and
figural corkscrews and knives along with current
market values and amusing text enticing all to
explore this twisted hobby.
Price Guide • 320 pp.
Bull’s Pocket Guide to Corkscrews.
Donald A.
Bull. Explore hundreds of remarkable corkscrews
from figurals and eclectics to knives: rare and novelty
varieties are well represented. For easy reference, all
corkscrews are classified by category with current
values. A handy companion to The Ultimate Corkscew
Book, this is an up-to-date reference that corkscrew
addicts can not do without.
Size:6"x9"•228colorphotos•Price Guide • 192 pp.
Boxes Full of Corkscrews.
Donald A. Bull.
In 836 color photographs, this book provides
the reader with a survey of hundreds of cork-
screws, both old and new, all accompanied by
their original packaging. Information about the
manufacturers, their trademarks, and copyrights,
in many cases gleaned from the containers, is
also provided. Current values are included.
Price Guide • 256 pp.
Corkscrews: 1000 PatentedWays to Open
a Bottle.
Fred O’Leary. Over 500 photos of
corkscrews, with 1000 U.S. patent drawings
dating from 1851 to 1994. The book shows the
evolution of designs, from common to unique,
frommetals to plastics, and from inexpensive to
priceless. A unique blend of thorough research
and visual excitement.
Price Guide • 340 pp.
Screwpull: Creation and History of a High-
tech Corkscrew.
Donald Minzenmayer. This is
the story of the development and realization of
one of the best devices in the world for removing
a cork from a wine bottle, the Screwpull, and
its inventor, Herbert Allen. Alongside hundreds
of examples of experimental prototypes, patent
drawings,andmanyproductionmodels, thestory
unfolds to revealAllen’sconceptualizationofhow
the Screwpull should work and how imitation
knockoffs affected his market.
Size:9"x12"•417b/w&color images•176pp.
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