Go-to Guides for On-the-Go Collectors



We’ve all been there, you’re scouting out the items at a show, shop or estate sale and you are trying to determine the year that make of pottery was issued, if sunburst yellow is an authentic color used on that piece of glass, or if Duke Ellington really did appear on a U.S. stamp.

Even with a life-time of antiques expertise and collecting knowledge you may not have the answers to every question you’ll encounter in your collecting adventures, and that’s where the Warman’s Field Guides come in handy. The Warman’s Field Guide series features handy price and identification guides for everything from handbags and Hot Wheels to buttons and fishing lures. Each guide fits nicely in one hand, slips easily into a tote or bag, and even slides into a jacket pocket and some back pants pockets. Inside these portable, colorful and affordable books you’ll find:

Warman's US Stamps Field Guide
warman's watches field guide
warman's depression glass field guide
warman's lunch boxes field guide
warman's fishing lures field guide

? Several hundred color photos
? Current prices
? Concise descriptions
? Historical details
? Collecting tips and hints

The latest additions to the Warman’s Field Guide family include:

Warman’s World Coins – Features coins from Canadian, European, African, Asian/Pacific and American regions; 500+ detailed photos; details about mintmarks, counterfeits, grading, errors, handling and storing coins

Warman’s PEZ – Features 550 photos of PEZ dispensers; covers PEZ from A to Z; concise descriptions; updated value ranges

Warman’s Handbags – 475 detailed photos; covers everything evening bags, exotic and iconic purses, novelty and timeless types of handbags; features dimensions and range of recent values received through auction

Simply put, these guides go where you go, to bring you the collectible details you need to know. Now when you order any of the Warman’s Field Guides from Shop.Collect.com, using Promo Code ATRBART21910, by February 21 you’ll Save 10% and receive FREE SHIPPING! That’s on top of already reduced prices. *Free shipping is available to U.S. addresses only.



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Warman's Handbags Field Guide. Available at shop.collect.com.
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Warman's PEZ Field Guide. Available at shop.collect.com.
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Warman's World Coins Field Guide. Available at shop.collect.com.
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Part of the regular-issue series of U.S. stamps issued between 1922 and 1931 these stamps were designed to be tout the educational and intrigue of stamps. They were also among the last group to be printed on flat-plate presses. Today, one of these Lincoln, Roosevelt and Martha Washington stamps, unused, is worth about $33, while a Garfield stamp can bring in $55.

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