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Publisher: Collector Books
Alden, Aimee N., Long, Karen
Presenting a splendidly organized and illustrated book to simplify the identification of and search for heirloom sets of Noritake china. It consists of four sections showing some 700 patterns (1891-1953) with their backmarks, names and numbers, and hundreds of color photos. Offering several newly discovered patterns and adding significantly to the study of Oriental porcelains, this book will be a great relief to the owners, collectors, and dealers who must cope with the many mysteries related to early Noritake china. 2000 values.Alden, Aimee N. is the author of 'Collector's Encyclopedia of Early Noritake' with ISBN 9780891456377 and ISBN 0891456376.
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