Here Wallace Nutting, the most renowned authority in the field, gives everyone the opportunity to profit by his own experiences throughout a long life devoted to American antiques. He tells the reader where and what to collect, analyzes the special problems of the small collector, lists twenty-one precautions for the beginner. He recounts some delightful collectors' yarns, and describes his own experiences in acquiring historic antiques--most of which are now in museums.
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