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1958 - 1982 Fostoria #1372 / 531 Coin Crystal Large 9 Oz Cruet - Minty For Sale
1958 - 1982 FOSTORIA #1372 / 531FROSTED COIN GLASS PATTERNCRYSTAL LARGE 9 oz CRUET6 1/4" H to top of stopper5 1/8" to top of spout x 3 1/4" D
Thank you for looking at my sale and hope you enjoy what is being offered for sale. We search estate sales, sales, garage sales and pick in search of items to bring to you. Fostoria Coin Glass Line# 1372- (1958-1982) Fostoria's Coin Glass pattern was based on earlier coin patterns produced in the 1880s. The pattern was immediately accepted and sold well. This explains its long production period. Lancaster Colony purchased the Fostoria molds but their coin glass used clear coins not the Fostoria frosted ones. THE CONDITION IS MINTY USED COND - NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS, BEAUTIFUL SPARKLING GLASS. Please study the photographs and email me if you have any questions Check out my other sales of collectables. Happy offerding! INSURANCE IS INCLUDED IN PRICE! NOTE: FLORIDA RESIDENTS MUST PAY 6.5% SALES TAX! The Fostoria Glass Company was established in 1887 in Fostoria, Ohio. The factory was built in this location because of the large quantities of natural gas that were supposed to be available in the area. Four years later when the company began having trouble with fuel supplies they moved to Moundsville, West Virginia and remained at that plant until their closing in 1986. From the beginning, Fostoria's founders recognized what was important to the American public. In the early years they recognized the need for decorative oil lamps, and as a result these lamps became one of the Fostoria's best selling products. As the company expanded, in the early 1900s Fostoria started making glassware for home use. Because of innovative techniques and excellent craftsmen, Fostoria was well on the way to becoming one of the largest glass houses in the country. Fostoria's most popular and best known table ware pattern (American) was created about this time. Fostoria produced American until the company closed in 1986. After Fostoria closed , Lancaster Colony acquired many of the molds, and some pieces are still being made today. In 1924 Fostoria introduced color to its glassware. The company advertised nationwide. They were the first company to offer complete glass lines of dinner ware in colors. By 1925 the company had expanded to include 5 furnaces, and employed 650 workers. Fostoria was a household name. Brides and homemakers everywhere wanted to own a set of Fostoria. By 1940 the Fostoria Glass Company was the largest manufacturer of household glassware in the United States.The Fostoria Glass Company continued to prosper and grow for the next few decades. It finally closed its operation in 1986.My preferred payment method is PayPal. Item is sold as-is, please study the description and photograph carefully before offerding.Multiple purchases get reduced combined shipping as long as they fit in one box. Please don't pay till I pack them and send you a combined invoice. Shipping charges are the fairest rate possible using the US Postal Services (USPS) rate chart, based on your ZIP Code or Country, as provided by 's built-in postal rate system.
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1958 - 1982 Fostoria #1372 / 531 Coin Crystal Large 9 Oz Cruet - Minty: $35