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Download Epub Format é Collector's Guide to Trolls: Identification & Values PDF by é Pat Peterson very helpful, strongly recomend book,only thing was some trolls didnt have a value listed, only discription, but let you know were sought after.
very helpful, strongly recomend book,only thing was some trolls didnt have a value listed, only discription, but let you know were sought after.
Best Book, Collector S Guide To Trolls Identification Values Author Pat Peterson This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Collector S Guide To Trolls Identification Values, Essay By Pat Peterson Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You This along with Debra Clark s TROLL book make troll collecting and selling a snap This is good for all around general information.
This book is frustrating The reader must look in four different sections to find Dam Norfin trolls vintage Dam trolls, Norfins which are Dam products, after all , animal trolls, and seasonable special occasion trolls There are brief mentions of Scandia House Enterprises but none are pictured Oh, and the author misspells Scandia as Skandia There was one place in which she got it right but in the next sentence and every one thereafter she misspelled it.
I was disappointed that there was such a paucity of information on rare Dam trolls For example, one of the most irritating deficiencies in this book is the paucity of information on tailed Dam trolls There s a discussion on tailed trolls but only pictures of the 6.
5 doll The author made no mention that there are two other sizes of tailed trolls that are even hard to find than the large 6.
5 troll the 3.
5 and 2.
5 dolls They re vintage They were around when this book was written And pray tell why is there a picture of a filthy 1960s Dam troll on page 43 Yes, condition is everything but it does little good to show a troll in such poor shape It is also confusing All too often, people don t actually read books on collectibles and they look only at the pictures Upon seeing this picture, a novice collector might be convinced that even trolls in the worst possible shape are collector s items as is Trust me on this I ve collected Barbie and was amazed at how many people thought a green eared Barbie with fingers missing and torn out hair are worth thousands.
Perhaps my bias is showing but I don t get why there was so much emphasis on Wishniks and Russ trolls The story behind Wishniks is fascinating, especially since they re made from Dam molds due to copyright issues and I liked the addition of catalog pictures and such But why was there no mention of Dam advertising I was also amused at the author saying that Wishniks had pleasant smiles than Dams, which is surprising since they were made from Dam molds And the Russ trolls sorry, they aren t collectable, at least right now Perhaps someday but the lack of diversity in the face molds makes me think they will never be as collectable as Dam or even Wishnik.
The saving grace in this book was the section on Norwegian trolls, specifically Nyforms I also liked the descriptions of troll folklore in different Scandinavian countries For those inclusions, I give this book two stars.
Love my troll book Very helpful to get my eBay listings accurate Great photos I find it very accurate.
Seriously, people gave this book 5 stars The first page I opened to had a Wishnik improperly labeled as a marked Dam one of many mistakes I found All of the smaller trolls were classified as 3, there was no differentiation between 2 1 4 up to 3 Scandia was improperly spelled as Skandia and the list goes on Type troll into your web browser and you will get a whole lot VALID information Hell you can find just scrolling through Ebay listings Now I want to return it and it s going to cost me 5.
00 to send back grrrr

This along with Debra Clark s TROLL book make troll collecting and selling a snap This is good for all around general information.
This book is frustrating The reader must look in four different sections to find Dam Norfin trolls vintage Dam trolls, Norfins which are Dam products, after all , animal trolls, and seasonable special occasion trolls There are brief mentions of Scandia House Enterprises but none are pictured Oh, and the author misspells Scandia as Skandia There was one place in which she got it right but in the next sentence and every one thereafter she misspelled it.
I was disappointed that there was such a paucity of information on rare Dam trolls For example, one of the most irritating deficiencies in this book is the paucity of information on tailed Dam trolls There s a discussion on tailed trolls but only pictures of the 6.
5 doll The author made no mention that there are two other sizes of tailed trolls that are even hard to find than the large 6.
5 troll the 3.
5 and 2.
5 dolls They re vintage They were around when this book was written And pray tell why is there a picture of a filthy 1960s Dam troll on page 43 Yes, condition is everything but it does little good to show a troll in such poor shape It is also confusing All too often, people don t actually read books on collectibles and they look only at the pictures Upon seeing this picture, a novice collector might be convinced that even trolls in the worst possible shape are collector s items as is Trust me on this I ve collected Barbie and was amazed at how many people thought a green eared Barbie with fingers missing and torn out hair are worth thousands.
Perhaps my bias is showing but I don t get why there was so much emphasis on Wishniks and Russ trolls The story behind Wishniks is fascinating, especially since they re made from Dam molds due to copyright issues and I liked the addition of catalog pictures and such But why was there no mention of Dam advertising I was also amused at the author saying that Wishniks had pleasant smiles than Dams, which is surprising since they were made from Dam molds And the Russ trolls sorry, they aren t collectable, at least right now Perhaps someday but the lack of diversity in the face molds makes me think they will never be as collectable as Dam or even Wishnik.
The saving grace in this book was the section on Norwegian trolls, specifically Nyforms I also liked the descriptions of troll folklore in different Scandinavian countries For those inclusions, I give this book two stars.
Seriously, people gave this book 5 stars The first page I opened to had a Wishnik improperly labeled as a marked Dam one of many mistakes I found All of the smaller trolls were classified as 3, there was no differentiation between 2 1 4 up to 3 Scandia was improperly spelled as Skandia and the list goes on Type troll into your web browser and you will get a whole lot VALID information Hell you can find just scrolling through Ebay listings Now I want to return it and it s going to cost me 5.
00 to send back grrrr