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I have a nice selection of Depression Glass knives. These are getting hard to find. (You can only drop these once.)

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Hires Root Beer Advertising Sign/Tray

"Say Hires, The Honest Root Beer". A great old Hires Root Beer tin advertising sign or serving tray. It measures 16 1/2 tall and 13 3/4 wide. Considering its age it is in good shape. There are a few blemishes and a minor ding at about 1 o'clock. These are highly collectible and this one is from c. 1904.

Charles E Hires (1851 to 1937), a Philadelphia druggist, became "The Father of Root Beer" in the early 1870's when he concocted a medicinal drink recipe that mixed roots and herbs. He sold the syrup at his drugstore, at soda fountains and at grocery stores for home use. And he advertised his soft drink through everything from mugs, signs and trays to dispensers, watch fobs and trade cards. Some of the best early pieces feature the "Hires Boy" sometimes dubbed the "Ugly Kid." The boy was illustrated wearing a dress from 1891 to 1906, a bathrobe from 1907 to 1914, and a dinner jacket from 1915 to 1926. Hires Root Beer Collectibles are featured in Kovels Newsletter Aug 2007. ID=ANTQ20


Lovely Anchor Hocking Grill Plate - Green Depression

Anchor Hocking grill plate, green depression glass, stunning and mint. The pattern is called Colonial Knife & Fork. Measures 9 1/2" across, with scalloped wide pleats around and large star burst center. Divided into three sections. Clear and sparkling green, no chips or cracks. Pattern is smooth on top of plate and cut out on the bottom. This is really pretty and rare. ID-ANTQ44



This is a very nice piece of Depression Glass from the 1930's. It is a pink 10" Colonial Pattern, also called "Knife and Fork" pattern, made by The Anchor Hocking Glass Company. This is a very beautiful piece of depression glass. It has some very light scratches to the top of the dividers, though this is very minimal. There is one very tiny chip on the rim that you can feel with your finger, but it is barely noticeable to the eye. There is no other damage, no chips, cracks, or scratches. Overall this is a very nice plate in excellent condition and would make a nice addition to any pink Depression glass or plate collection. ID-ANTQ29


Cameo Green Depression Grill Plate

This is a three section Cameo 10 1/2" grill plate. There are no chips or scratches and it is green in color. It was made by Hocking Glass from 1930-34. ID=ANTQ30


"Czech Glass was only made between 1918 and 1938 after that the country was to become known as The Czech Republic." Glass works that are signed made in Czechoslovakia were only made during that era.

Jeweled metal frame with colored salt trays

Four richly colored intaglio salt trays nest in the arms of this jeweled and gilded metal basket made in Czechoslovakia in the 1920's. Such a large holder is not commonly found today, and all the its jewels are present. The colored glass trays have the classical motifs usual to Czech intaglios of this period, and are easily identifiable by their brilliant colors. Two of the trays may be replacements, as they are of different scenes, but the presentation is very colorful and desirable. The basket measures 4" to the top of its jeweled handle, and 5-1/2" at the widest. Some slight waves may be seen in the handle's loop and tray holders, but there are no distracting distortions and no cracks or repairs. The base is marked with worn letters "Made in Czechoslovakia" as pictured.. The glass trays have no chips or cracks, and no apparent grinding. They are 2-1/4"x1-1/2"x1/2". This makes a very showy presentation and is highly desirable as collectible early Czech artisanship. ID=ANTQ24

Pretty Light Blue 9 1/4" Glass Knife Star Pattern

"From the mid-1920's through to the 1940's glass knives were part and parcel of most complete kitchens. It was an era in which most everything imaginable was made out of glass -- from mail boxes to tableware to floor lamps to serving trays to dresses! Ranging in size from about 7-1/2 to 9-1/2" these glass knives were most commonly made in crystal [the Depression Glass collector term for transparent uncolored glass], but were also available in amber, blue, green, pink, and white. Now, why would one ever want a knife made out of glass you may ask? The best answer comes from an original advertisement for the "DUR-X GLASS FRUIT and CAKE KNIFE" a gadget designed and patented by a certain John Didio of Buffalo, New York in November 1938"

A very neat 9 1/4" glass knife. It is a light blue and has stars down the handle. The blade is rough, it could be ground smooth pretty easy. There is a small nick on the end of the handle. Made in the U.S.A. and has pat, pend. on the blade. A really neat glass knife ID=ANTQ25


Federal Glass Patrician Spoke Amber Grill Plate 10.5"

This divided plate in amber depression glass was a product of Federal Glass and was produced between 1933 and 1937. The color is also known as “Golden Glow” and the plate measures 10.5”. The condition is excellent - no chips or cracks. There are some tiny bubbles and straw marks from the manufacturing process that is common in all depression glass. To the best of my knowledge this pattern has never been reproduced and this is a vintage piece. ID=ANTQ32



The pattern is Cameo, Ballerina, circa 1900-1939 by Anchor Hocking. Very good condition. ID=ANTQ33

Normandie Depression Glass Iridescent 11" Grill Plate

Normandie Pattern, Depression Glass, Iridescent 11 Inch Grill Plate in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, etc. Please note the plate measures 11 inches in diameter. ID=ANTQ36


Vintage Cherry Red Bakelite Dinnerware Set

Vintage Art Deco looking Bakelite Dinnerware set for six with a butter knife and olive spoon. 26 pieces in all looks to have never been used. There is some storage wear on the box but not bad. Cherry Red. ID=ANTQ4


These are three 8 inch pink Depression glass luncheon plates in the Dogwood pattern by the Mac Beth-Evans Glass Company. The pattern is also known as Apple Blossom or While Rose. They were produced from 1929 to 1932, I am not and expert on this pattern so I do not know why but one plate has a more scalloped edge than the others. They are in excellent condition with no nicks chips or cracks. ID=ANTQ48


2 Depression Pink Dogwood Cereal Berry Bowls

2 hard to find Depression Pink Cereal Bowls. These are the DOGWOOD or APPLE BLOSSOM pattern. Measuring 5 1/2" in excellent chips or cracks.
Manufactured by MacBeth-Evans Glass Co. from 1929 to 1932. ID=ANTQ58


Depression Glass "S" Pattern Stippled Rose Dinnerware

Depression Glass S Pattern, Stippled Rose Band Dinnerware

Manufactured by Macbeth-Evans Glass Company, Charleroi, PA from 1930 to 1933.
"S" pattern - Stippled Rose Band
S-Pattern Stippled Rose Band dinnerware - 37 light yellow

Overall good to very good condition
Normal use
Working condition
Limited use

8 Sherbet Plates - 6 1/4 inch - 1 has a small chip on the face otherwise normal/minimal wear
7 Saucers - 6 inch - normal/minimal wear
7 Grill plates - 10 1/4 inch - good condition, used and there are imperfections in the glass itself
8 Tumblers - 10 oz. 4 3/4 inch tall - normal use, very good condition
7 Thin Cups - 2 1/2 inches tall, 3 5/8 inch diameter - very good condition normal wear

Made in amber, crystal, crystal with amber, blue, green, pink, or silver trims, fired on red, green, light yellow and Monax. We have the light yellow dinner wear.

Macbeth-Evans Glass Company produced a crystal Depression glass pattern that goes by two names. S Pattern or Stippled Rose Band. Produced from 1930-1933.

The MacBeth-Evans Glass Company is another well-known maker of Depression Glass. Although not as large a producer of this glass as some of the other companies, they made some very well known and popular patterns including American Sweetheart, Chinex Classic, Cremax, Dogwood, Petalware, "S" Pattern and Thistle. Most of their patterns have pieces that are not as readily available today other than very basic luncheon sets. Formed in 1895 from a merger of MacBeth Glass and Evans Glass, they were bought out in 1937 by the Corning Glass Works. They still operated under the MacBeth-Evans name through the late 1940's before being phased out by Corning. ID=ANTQ60 $325.00

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6 Green Depression Glass 3 Compartment Grill Plates

Set of Six Green Depression Glass Divided Grill Plates. Each Plate measures 9" diam. Transparent Green color that appears to "glow" in the sunlight. Three compartment plate with a tiny stippled band pattern under the outer rim. All are in Excellent Clean Condition with No chips or cracks. Very few scratches that are not readily noticable or distracting. No marks from utensils. These have had very little if any use & the few scratches look to be more from storage than dining. These could have been made by Hazel Atlas, Anchor Hocking, Jeannette or McKee glass. I am not sure of the exact manufacturer. A Great Addition to your Depression Glass Table Setting. ID=ANTQ61



EARLY Mark of DAVID-ANDERSEN in Oslo Norway prior to 1930, most likely early 1900's,

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