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  • Virginia R. Scott
    Hi Connie and Group: The question in Digest 1644 about finding 400/120 Crescent Salad plates and the answer that they were rather hard to find sent me to the
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 5, 2007
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      Crescent Salad  Plates
          Hi Connie and Group:
            
            The question in Digest 1644 about finding 400/120 Crescent Salad plates and the
            answer that they were rather hard to find sent me to the original Candlewck
            catalogs and Price Lists to get the real story.  Here is what I found:

                400/120 Crescent Salad Plates

                Shown in Catalog B, page 7
                Listed on 1942 Price List
                Shown in 1943 Ad Folder-- no prices
                 Listed on 1943 Price List--$9.00 Dozen; 75 cents each
                 Not on 1944 Candlewick Wartime List
                 Not on 1946 Price List
                 Shown in Catalogs C, page 2
                 Listed on 1948 Price List---$18.00 Dozen, $1.50 each
                 Listed on 1950 Price List --$18.00 Dozen, $1/50 each
                 Not on 1951 Price List. Not in Catalog D.

                  So, the above tells us that Crescent plates were offered for sale by Imperial
                 for about 5 years.
                
                  Digest 1641:  Dalzell Reproductions.  Tthe 1999 Edition of my book "The
                  Collector's Guide to Imperial Candlewick" has an Appendix about
                  Candlewick Reproductions. It discusses what happened to the original
                  Candlewick Moulds, what companies have made reproductions and what
                  pieces and colors have been made. Dalzell production is discussed.  A loose
                   inserted sheet  lists items and colors that Mosser Glass made for Rosso
                  Wholesale Glass, PA. in 1999 and early 2000s.  Collectors will find that
                  that this  little book contains a great deal of needed basic and helpful
                  information arranged in easy-to-find-and-use form.  The book answers many   
                  of the questions new Candlewick collectors, in particular, have.  Purse and
                   Tote Bag size.  170 pages.
                   Close-out price $10.00 +2.00 p&h.

                       Order From:
                        Virginia Scott
                        275 Milledge Terrace
                        Athens, GA 30606

       
    • Skkyeviolet@aol.com
      This is one book I ve got to get. Check will be in the mail, Virginia. Thank you. Kathy Ann
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 5, 2007
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        This is one book I've got to get.  Check will be in the mail, Virginia.  Thank you.  Kathy Ann
      • Connie Lott
        Many thanks, I m going to order the book. Connie _____ From: CandlewickCollector@yahoogroups.com [mailto:CandlewickCollector@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 6, 2007
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          Many thanks, I’m going to order the book.

          Connie

           

           


          From: CandlewickCollector@yahoogroups.com [mailto: CandlewickCollector@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Virginia R. Scott
          Sent: Monday, February 05, 2007 4:03 PM
          To: CandlewickCollector@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [CandlewickCollector] Crescent Salad Plates

           


             
           Hi Connie and Group:
                
                The question in Digest 1644 about finding 400/120 Crescent Salad plates and the
                answer that they were rather hard to find sent me to the original Candlewck
                catalogs and Price Lists to get the real story.  Here is what I found:

                    400/120 Crescent Salad Plates

                    Shown in Catalog B, page 7
                    Listed on 1942 Price List
                    Shown in 1943 Ad Folder-- no prices
                     Listed on 1943 Price List--$9.00 Dozen; 75 cents each
                     Not on 1944 Candlewick Wartime List
                     Not on 1946 Price List
                     Shown in Catalogs C, page 2
                     Listed on 1948 Price List---$18.00 Dozen, $1.50 each
                     Listed on 1950 Price List --$18.00 Dozen, $1/50 each
                     Not on 1951 Price List. Not in Catalog D.

                      So, the above tells us that Crescent plates were offered for sale by Imperial
                     for about 5 years.
                    
                      Digest 1641:  Dalzell Reproductions.  Tthe 1999 Edition of my book "The
                      Collector's Guide to Imperial Candlewick" has an Appendix about
                      Candlewick Reproductions. It discusses what happened to the original
                      Candlewick Moulds, what companies have made reproductions and what
                      pieces and colors have been made. Dalzell production is discussed.  A loose
                       inserted sheet  lists items and colors that Mosser Glass made for Rosso
                      Wholesale Glass, PA. in 1999 and early 2000s.  Collectors will find that
                      that this  little book contains a great deal of needed basic and helpful
                      information arranged in easy-to-find- and-use form.  The book answers many   
                      of the questions new Candlewick collectors, in particular, have.  Purse and
                       Tote Bag size.  170 pages.
                       Close-out price $10.00 +2.00 p&h.

                           Order From:
                            Virginia Scott
                            275 Milledge Terrace
                             Athens , GA 30606

           

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