Early American Prescut Glassware by Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation has reached the Age of Antiquity!
The 700 Line Star Pattern, aka 'Star of David', began production in 1960 and in 2010 has officially reached the 50 Year Old Antique status.
What does that mean for this EAPC Collector? Owner of the Second Rarest EAPC Piece...The Oil Lamp!
It means...good thing I found and purchased the Oil Lamp when it was just a Hard to Find Old Oil Lamp ten years ago when it was valued at $295.
With it's newly acquired Antique Status I wonder...
Has the demand for EAPC Glassware gone through the Antique Barn Roof?
Could I get Book Value or more for the second, third and even fourth duplicates of the NotSoRare pieces?
Probably not...yet! Someone will have to point out the EAPC Antique Status and it will have to make Brad and Anjelina's must have's.
I doubt I could get book value for even the Rare Pieces I'd be willing to sell.
The cost of selling....well, ya'll know about that!
Nope, I think I'll just keep what I've got.
Gift what I don't want.
Photograph and Blog alot!
Will I continue to Thrift Shop EAPC?
Of course! I might come across another Lazy Susan Rack for a dollar. I need one to put together another Lazy Susan Set!
Oh! And I'm still lookin' for the Number ONE Rarest Piece....A 5 inch Footed Bud Vase. I kid you not! I've never even seen a picture of one and apparently neither has anyone else. It is LISTED in the 2004 Edition of Collectible Glassware from 40's, 50's, 60's at....are Ya'll ready...$595.00....and yes, I do have my decimal in the right place.
The EAPC Lazy Susan Rack....Thanks Linda @ AlaCarte for suggesting a picture!
On the SideBar is a Photo Strip of all the
Pieces it takes to put together a Lazy Susan!
Happy Lazy Susan Pieces Hunting!