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BUCKLEY, WILFRED. Aert Schouman and the Glasses that he engraved. With a supplcmentary note on Glasses engraved by Frans Greenwood. London. 1931.

BUCKLEY, WILFRED. D. Wolff and the Glasses that he engraved. With a supplementary note on a Glass engraved by Frans Greenwood. London. 1935.

GARNIER, ÉDOUARD. Histoire de la Verrerie et l'Émaillerie. Tours. 1886.

HARTSHORNE, ALBERT. Old English Glasses. London and New York. 1897.

HUDIG, FERRAND W. Das Glas. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Sammlung im Nederlandsch Museum voor Geschiedenis en Kunst in Amsterdam. Wien. 1923.

HUDIG, FERRNAD W. European Glass by Wilfred Buckley. With a Foreword by Bernard Rackham and with an Essay on Dutch Glass Engravers by Dr. Ferrand Hudig . London. 1926.

SCIVUIDT, ROBERT. Das Glas. Berlin. 1912. ( 2nd edition, 1922.)

SCHMIDT, ROBERT. Die gerissenen und punktierten holländischen Gläser. (Der Cicerone. 1911. P. 817 ff.)

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Note 8
  • Italian Glass 9
  • Contents 9
  • Bibliography 10
  • Spanish Glass 23
  • Contents 23
  • Bibliography 24
  • French Glass 31
  • Contents 31
  • Bibliography 32
  • German Glass Including Austrian, Bohemian, and Silesian 49
  • Contents 49
  • Rhenish and Netherland Glass 65
  • Contents 65
  • Bibliography 66
  • English Glass 75
  • Contents 75
  • Bibliography 76
  • The Plates 87
  • Errata 88
  • Catalogue of the Wilfred Buckley Collection of Glass 235
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