Will you write a review, Astrid?
Well, I can do a mini review now... For a full review, I'd have to actually read the text as well, right? Not that my German isn't up to it, but I'm usually impatiently comparing pictures to see if I turn up something new and put off reading the text until I am painstakingly trying to find more. I'd hoped to find my blue vase with protrusions as a possible Corona piece, but it doesn't quite match, even though it has style similarities.
It's definitely a good-looking and useful book to have, and well worth buying for people who like German glass from that period. In quality, it's quite similar to the Wiesenthalhütte book. It gives a good overview of different types of glass from different designers (Baumann, Wiedmann, Habermeier, Stadl, etc) in different periods, both from Leichlingen and from Gral-glashütte. And just as with the Wiesenthalhütte book, it comes with a CD ROM that I still have to explore, hopefully it's full of catalogues...
Here is the link at Amazon Germany, which contains some more info:http://www.amazon.de/gralglas-Deutsches-1930-1981-Xenia-Riemann/dp/3422070133/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1300310484&sr=1-2