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Antiques and Collectibles:Glass and Glassware:Depression Glass

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1 Cambridge Glass Co., Cambridge, OH. PAIR OF CAMBRIDGE GLASS DECAGON GREEN CUPS & SAUCERS.
Late 1920s - 1930s. 
Late 1920s - 1930s. Both cups & saucers signed with the Cambridge's C in a triangle logo. Fine, i.e. no defects. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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2 Federal Glass Co., Columbus, OH. DEPRESSION GLASS OPTIC PANELED SUGAR.
C. 1930. 
Green. Open. 3 5/8 h. x 3 1/2 d. across rim. Federal Glass Co., Columbus, OH. C. 1930. Optic Paneled was named by Weatherman in her Colored Glass of the Depression Era, Book 1, 187 & shown in Book 2, p. 97). Fine. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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3 Fenton Art Glass Co., Williamstown, WV. FENTON SWAN BON BON BOWL.
1930s. 
Green. Oval shaped. 7 5/8 x 7 across swan handles. Fenton Art Glass Co., Williamstown, WV. 1930s. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 22.50 USD
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4 Fenton Art Glass Co., Williamstown, WV. FENTON SWAN BON BON BOWL.
1930s. 
Green. Oval-shaped. 7 5/8 x 7 across swan handles. Fenton Art Glass Co., Williamstown, WV. 1930s. Very small chip-like, in-the-making imperfection on the rim o/w Fine.. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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5 Hocking Glass Co., Lancaster OH. DEPRESSION GLASS: FORTUNE Water Tumbler.
1937 - 38. 
Pink. 4 1/4 h. 9 Oz. Hocking Glass Co., Lancaster OH. 1937 - 38. Fine. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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6 Hocking Glass Co., Lancaster, OH. GREEN CAMEO BALLERINA WINE GOBLETS (4).
1930-34. 
4h. 3 oz. Perfect condition. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above the 4.00 added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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7 Indiana Glass Co, Dunkirk, IN. DEPRESSION GLASS: TEA ROOM PINK VASE.
1926-1931 
10 5/8 h. Straight, unruffled rim. Indiana Glass Co, Dunkirk, IN. 1926-1931. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 195.00 USD
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8 Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA DEPRESSION GLASS CIGARETTE JAR/ HOLDER
1930s. 
8 sided. Green. 3 x 3. Tin lid. Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA, No. 207 in 1934 catalog. See Weatherman Book 2, p. 203. Jar - Fine (no defects). Lid has corrosion & scratches. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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9 Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA, JEANNETTE GREEN DEPRESSION GLASS RELISH DISH WITH METAL CARRIER.
1930s. 
3 compartments. Reticulated, nickel-plated steel carrier with handle. Dish is 5 d. x 1 1/2 h. 4 1/2 h. to the top of the handle. Handle folds downpermitting the dish to be removed. Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. 1930s. Glass & metal both Fine (No defects). 
Price: 17.50 USD
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10 Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. FLORAL POINSETTIA CANDLESTICKS (Pair).
1931-1935. 
Green. 4 h. Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. 1931-1935. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 45.00 USD
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11 Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. JEANETTE GLASS DELPHITE BLUE BASKETWEAVE RANGE PEPPER SHAKER.
Introduced 1936. 
6 1/4 h. with lid. Aluminum lid. Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. Introduced 1936. Shaker & lid Fine (no defects). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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12 Jeannette Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. JENNYWARE SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS.
1936 - 1938. 
Ultramarine. 4 1/4 h. with lid x 2 1/2 d. bases. Original aluminum lids. Glass is in FINE condition and the lids show careful usewith no dents or other significant defects. 
Price: 22.50 USD
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13 Macbeth-Evans Glass Co., Pittsburgh, PA. AMERICAN SWEETHEART MONAX PEPPER SHAKER.
Mid 1930s. 
Original lid with a few small dents. Shaker is Fine (No defects). 
Price: 190.00 USD
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14 McKee Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. MCKEE GLASS COMPORT WITH WHEEL CUT DECORATIONS.
1930s. 
Green. Slightly rolled, octagonal rim with wheel cut (light cut) decorations. The cutting consists of 4 sets of 5 bands each of which cut across the rim. Each of the sets are separated by a cutting of a 6-petaled flower on a 2-leafed stem. Round foot. 10 d. x 3 1/4 h. The blank used for this comport was the same one (No. 155) used by McKee in its Gold Encrusted No. 3 Line produced around during the 1920s (See Stout The Complete Book of McKee Glass, page 106 or Depression Glass III, Plate 21). The cutting is very typical of those used by McKee, but it is not shown in any books on McKee. McKee Glass Co., Jeannette, PA. 1930s. Fine, i.e. no defects. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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15 Unknown. DUCHESS SHERBETS IN METAL HOLDERS (4).
1930s. 
Crystal with embossed Duchess pattern, so named by Weatherman, Book 2, p. 391. Cone-shaped in original footed nickelplated steel holders. 3 7/8 d. x 3 1/2 h. in holders. Maker unknown, but the pattern is very similar to Anchor Hocking's Philbe used on Fire King and Hocking's Cameo. C. 1930s. Glass is Fine, i.e. no defects. Holders Near Fine, i.e. minimal signs of use with no significant defects. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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16 Unknown. RUBY GLASS TUMBLERS WITH GOLD BANDS.
1930s. 
Pair. 9 Oz. Plain, straight sides tapering from 2d. base to 2 3/4 d. rim. 4 5/8h. 1/8 gold band at the rim & another thin band 5/16 below. Mold blown. These are not part of Anchor Hocking's Royal Ruby tableware. Anchor Hocking did make 2 gold band tumblers in this shape & size, but both bands are below the rim. Some scattered minor wear on the gold bands.o/w Fine. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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