Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

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Whitehall and American Whitehall PDF Report – NEW!  This is my most requested report by far.  It will provide you with information on how to tell the difference between a Whitehall and/or American Whitehall item and that of Fostoria American.  Noticeable differences can vary from one piece to the other.  One should not apply a blanket rule for all products, as that theory will eventually fail.  My sincere hope is that you find the information extremely helpful.

Drinkware Category PDF – NEW!  This information is a good resource for those enthusiasts that want to catalog and/or print out all the pieces in the Fostoria American Drinkware category.  The PDF will show a photo of each piece that was produced – along with its official name and approximate dimensions – including an item number that I have assigned to each piece.  In addition, each photo’s official description includes an active hyperlink that will take you to the informational website page for the item in question.

What’s the Difference between Footed and Unfooted 3-Toed Bowls? – This report will be a good resource for those collectors that want to know the difference between a footed and unfooted variation of the 3-Toed Bowl.  Over the past few months, I have received numerous requests for assistance on what a footed bowl looks like, versus an unfooted bowl.  It was obvious that it was time to publish a few photos with detailed information on this very subject.

1915 Catalog Supplement – This catalog supplement is a great resource for those enthusiasts wanting to know the specific items that were launched in the original debut of the American pattern.  It also is validation of what pieces in the line could possibly be quite old, since the items listed were presented to the public over 100 years ago.

1961 Catalog & Price List – This catalog and price list would be a good resource for those enthusiasts that wanted to know what items were being produced during the early 1960’s.  The catalog shows a drawing of each piece that was produced, along with its name and approximate dimensions – including the retail prices at that time.

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