On a related topic, web site visitor Alice Evans write about a coin glass dish similar to one we discussed in an earlier article.
I was searching the Internet for information
about a dish I was going to give my grandson for graduation.
It is from his great grandfather's
collection. It is a clear seated liberty 1892 coin sauce dish.
I identified it from your recent article about one discovered next to a
pickle jar! That one looks like it was clear on a blue back ground. I
inherited mine from my father-in-law's American glass collection.
How would I go about confirming its age and value? The coins protrude on the
outside of the dish and the coin ridges are also observable. My father-in-law collected from 20s to 60s.
Can anyone help?
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
A LIBERTY SEATED QUARTER COIN GLASS SAUCE DISH
Wayne Homren, Editor
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