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Offline mslovjoy

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« on: February 25, 2012, 07:21:00 PM »
We cornered the market on Opal Open, early, late, small, large, even one milkglass. We would like to contribute pictures (we haven't taken yet) to a research project. Also would like to get rid of most of them and other old Northwood pieces. We also have the baskets that look like they are from the same form and one carnival glass one that we want to keep. Hate to sell them one by one before someone catalogs them for a museum or a book.

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Re: Opal Open
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2012, 04:54:03 AM »
Hi mslovjoy and welcome to the board. Your collection sounds interesting. We do have a separate gallery (a part of the board but needing a separate signup/login as it's hosted on a different server) which you are very welcome to use to catalogue your pieces into. It's here: and has a full help file / walk through to get you started: but do give me a shout if you get stuck with using either the gallery or the board.

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