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All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1960 item #1234336 (stock #LA100357)
Packrats Plunders
I am offering a beautiful punch bowl set as described in above title. It is as near mint as I have seen, with no noted wear or damage. Like most of these it probably spends most of its life tucked away just awaiting that special occasion. It will ship in a 19”x12”x12” box so shipping will be a consideration. We are a non-smoking, pet-free home, however, these were brought to us used from elsewhere a short time ago, so cannot attest to all their history...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1950 item #1178012 (stock #LA100292)
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Princess Footed Candy with lid in Glow-in-the-dark-green. Stands about 8 ¼” high to top of finial on lid and is just as nice as the day it came from the factory. I find no damage, of any type on this beautiful candy dish or it’s lid. Made by Anchor Hocking from 1931-1935. Thank you very much for looking & please feel free to ask any questions that arise. This item will also be on display at Lincoln Antique Mall, Lincoln Mo. So please check with me regarding availability if interested.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1950 item #1178009 (stock #LA100291)
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Manhattan Stemmed Wine glass, OR possibly a wannabe, but they are continuously sold as the real things by others, and fit in very well anyway if not actually the real thing. I have found them listed as both, so really do not know. There are 4 of them and all are in near mint condition with no damage of any type noted, or any wear showing. They stand nearly exactly 4” tall and are 2 ¾” diameter at the top rim. Manhattan was produced from about 1938 until 1941 by Anchor Hocking Glass Co...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1970 item #1059255 (stock #B100012)
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Anchor Hocking?? Probably, but not 100% positive!! Pitcher with ice lip, plus 8 tumblers. Beautiful red, white, and black oriental scene on each item, depicting a man pulling a lady in a rickshaw, with a pagoda and trees in the background. The pitcher also has a man poling a gondola along as well. The graphics are sharp, clear, and bright on all 9 pieces. The pitcher measures just under 9 ½” tall, and the tumblers each are nearly exactly 5 ½” tall...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1940 item #917326 (stock #LA100032AB)
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$3.00--PRICE REDUCED, 4-9-12
Anchor Hocking Vitrock 5 1/8” rimmed bowl. Marked only, “VITROCK”, on the bottom of each piece. Virtually factory perfect with no utensil marks, chips, cracks, or other damage. The books call out a 5 ½” rim soup bowl and also a 4” berry bowl. It really looks like the berry bowl to me due to it’s appearance, however it measures well over 4”. Again it just looks smaller than a rim soup should, but measures closer to it...
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