Hand-made Duncan : the loveliest glassware in America.

Hand-made Duncan : the loveliest glassware in America.

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United States Glass Company. Duncan & Miller Div., Tiffin, OH, USA.
Columbus, Ohio : Warner P. Simpson Co., [n.d., between 1955-1959].
56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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TP868.D91 ca. 1955x
Cover title.
Includes table glass, milk glass, early American Sandwich glass pattern, punch bowls, stemware.
Photocopy. [S.l. : s.n., n.d.] Lacks p. 11-14, 43. Pages 33-34 are in reverse order.
Inserted before p. 35: copy of a handwritten note on Mobay Chemical Corporation paper by an unknown author questioning "who" was responsible for creating this catalog; was it "made up by Tiffin after they recieved [sic] the old molds - or - it was Duncan's last catalog & Tiffin used it til they could make their own. But I just don't beleive [sic] Duncan pulled those old molds out & made them in milk thier [sic] last year. All their old catalogs show full pages (full lines) not just special pieces like Tiffin would have made."
For fiche, use F-2992T.
Catalog ; no. 93