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Antique sealed bottles 1640-1900: and the families who owned them

Antique sealed bottles 1640-1900: and the families who owned them 2008 before he could see the magnificent published results of the research. Arts It is not often that I use the word “magnificent” in relation to a reference book, but it is appropriate here both for the content and for its presentation. From start to finish it RR 2016/197 is furnished with innumerable colour Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900: and illustrations – photographs of the bottles and the Families who Owned Them their details both of seals and of construction and design and contemporary prints David Burton, with research by Christopher Mortimer illustrating social and other aspects of Antique Collectors’ Club consumption throughout the period covered. Woodbridge That period runs from the mid-seventeenth century to the end of the nineteenth. 3 vols. Both the research and its presentation are ISBN 978 1 85149 755 3 meticulous and comprehensive and here presented in suitable detail in three clearly £250 $495 structured volumes. Volume 1, History and Issued as a case set; limited edition of 1,500 copies Social Context deals with the background and Keywords Bottles, Collecting, History with general themes. The opening chapter, Review DOI 10.1108/RR-04-2016-0102 What is a Sealed Bottle? takes 90 pages to cover that introductory subject alone. Two http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

Antique sealed bottles 1640-1900: and the families who owned them

Reference Reviews , Volume 30 (6): 2 – Aug 15, 2016

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2008 before he could see the magnificent published results of the research. Arts It is not often that I use the word “magnificent” in relation to a reference book, but it is appropriate here both for the content and for its presentation. From start to finish it RR 2016/197 is furnished with innumerable colour Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900: and illustrations – photographs of the bottles and the Families who Owned Them their details both of seals and of construction and design and contemporary prints David Burton, with research by Christopher Mortimer illustrating social and other aspects of Antique Collectors’ Club consumption throughout the period covered. Woodbridge That period runs from the mid-seventeenth century to the end of the nineteenth. 3 vols. Both the research and its presentation are ISBN 978 1 85149 755 3 meticulous and comprehensive and here presented in suitable detail in three clearly £250 $495 structured volumes. Volume 1, History and Issued as a case set; limited edition of 1,500 copies Social Context deals with the background and Keywords Bottles, Collecting, History with general themes. The opening chapter, Review DOI 10.1108/RR-04-2016-0102 What is a Sealed Bottle? takes 90 pages to cover that introductory subject alone. Two

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Reference ReviewsEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 15, 2016

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