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Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes

David Friedman Antiques

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Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
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Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes
Goldfish & Aquarium Fishes

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; condition of cover shows wear and staining, wear to side binding
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
9.25" L x 6" W
Color/Finish:
green/gold

Why We Love This

Goldfish Varieties and Tropical Aquarium Fishes: A Guide to Aquaria and Related Subjects by William T. Innes, former President of the Aquarium Society. Philadelphia: Innes and Sons, 1931. Hardcover. 316 pages. Photos in color and black and white. The interior front and rear covers are lined in a green print of tropical fish. It is worn at the binding as shown in the photos, but otherwise the interior pages are in very good condition, as are the photographs.
As described by David Friedman Antiques

About David Friedman Antiques

Silversmith, antiquarian, and Southern California native David Friedman blends his artistic aesthetic and more than 40 years of finely honed skills to create his collection of one-of-a-kind restored vintage and antique accents. His Beverly Hills shop drew a clientele of celebrities, Hollywood agents, interior designers, and even former presidents. His studio is now located in beautiful Bellingham, WA, where he personally prepares and restores each carefully selected item.