Thanks Karen. Willing to share information with group when I can.
I have a fairly good library of reference books. Have the two Kerr
books on Fostoria which are pretty good and have a new Fostoria Value
Guide by Milbra Long & Emily Seate. The Value Guide does not provide
as much general information, but is very extensive in values and
gives drawings of the etchings.
Let me know the title of the book you mentioned.
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, "Karen" <suburan65@y...>
> Welcome Dan. I also have a farm. Bout 100 acres thou. In Middle
> Ohio, above Cambridge(Great Glass area!!!) We viist Florida ever
> March. The Carolinas are beautiful. I sell alot of Fostoria's
> glasses. From the mid 70 - mid 80's.
> I'll get you the name of a great Fostoria glass book I get from my
> library. The best one I've seen.
> Please everyone remember to add your eBay ID name. So we can see
> interesting things you have to offer.
> I'm working on a newsletter to put out thru Tias.com (where I added
> glass store). Working pretty ok for now. If anyone has any input on
> nice & info newsletter, please let me know. If the group doesn't
> mind, when it's ready, I'll try it out here first. I'd love to hear
> what you folks would like in a newsletter about glass or any
> collectible. I'm kicking around some ideas. Let's hear from you
> Anyone in the Marietta, Ohio area, hope ya'll come to the
> fev. Sept. 10 -12.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dan" <greencreekfarm@y...>
> > Greetings to Everyone!
> > Found the group lising and as I am always looking for ways to
> > as well as share, thought I would join the list.
> > My name is Dan, I live in rolling hills of beautiful Western
> > Carolina just out of the edge of the mountains. I am married to
> > lovely lady whom I found in Florida some years back and when we
> > both tired of heat, humidity, and way too many people, we got the
> > chance to transfer here, close to where I am orginally from and
> > it. Now if I didn't have to work, I would do glass full time.
> > is life!
> > Yes, we bought the farm too, small, 15 acres, but it's our little
> > slice of heaven. Thus the name Green Creek Farm.
> > I have been collecting and selling depression and elegant
> > for a little over 20 years. Wish I had started earlier, but
> > hind site. Our tastes have turned to Cambridge primarily for
> > collecting, Imperial Hunt Scene and Gloria, as well as Morgan by
> > Central Glass. Have lots of other depression patterns that I put
> > together as well over the years.
> > Started selling on eBay in August ow 1997, so I guess I am
> > more of an oldtimer there. Been through all the changes and
> > I have had some aggreviations occassionally with eBay, I still
> > it is a great place to sell and buy. It helps me support the
> > habit!
> > I am farily knowlegeable on general DG, as well as Cambridge and
> > Fostoria.
> > Will post some pix of some of my prize pieces along.
> > Have some things I will post that I need help in indentifying
> > Look forward the association. Will try to contribute when I can.
> > Dan